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Four Star Tokyo hotels

Tokyo is a sprawling metropolis with huge variety and diversity that gives it an appeal as wide as its boundaries. Known for its buzzing energy, distinct fashion, and great food, the city also has beautiful parks, fantastic museums, peaceful shrines, and stunning Buddhist temples. With so many different activities and attractions, visitors to Japan’s capital are spoiled for choice. Find yourself navigating the shiny malls in search of the latest designer fashions, singing the night away at a karaoke bar, or dining on delectable Japanese cuisine in this stimulating city.

Things to see in Tokyo

Begin your vacation in Tokyo with a visit to the Nihonbashi area, home to Tokyo’s stock exchange, for a wander around its sleek department stores and many great restaurants. The world’s largest fish market, Tsukiji, is a must-see for any serious foodie, especially seafood lovers. If you’re motivated enough to arrive as early as 5 AM, you can catch live tuna auctions. The more casual visitor can stroll around later in the day to soak up the atmosphere and try some delicious fresh sushi. For a bird’s-eye view of the city, go to the top of Tokyo Tower. This iconic broadcasting structure allows for remarkable vistas of the bustling streets. Later, make your way to Ebisu and mingle with the locals at a standing bar or get cozy in an izakaya. These small establishments are casual after-work hangouts where drink and fresh food are served, giving you an insight into an authentic side of trendy Tokyo.

4-star hotels in Tokyo

If you’re looking for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo, you’ll be delighted with the wide range of excellent options available. This city has so much to offer and its 4-star accommodation is top of the range. You can expect Tokyo 4-star hotels to have good Internet facilities and most of them also serve delicious daily breakfasts. Many of these hotels boast great restaurants and bars, and some even have pools and spa facilities. Four-star accommodation in Tokyo often comes with handy little extra services like parking and shuttle bus transportation too.

Where to stay in Tokyo

Shinjuku is a lively quarter that encompasses business, shopping, and entertainment. It’s known chiefly as the site of the world’s busiest railway station, but there are also sleek skyscrapers, underground malls, great nightlife, and a beautiful park—this is a prime spot to source 4-star hotels in Tokyo. You’ll find an equally good choice in the Shinagawa neighborhood, another busy area full of stores and restaurants. Here you can visit the aquarium, as well as many shrines and temples. Ginza is Tokyo’s most famous upmarket area, with everything from department stores and art galleries to boutiques, nightclubs, cafés, and restaurants, right on the doorstep of your four-star hotel.

How to get to Tokyo

There are two main airports in Tokyo: Narita is used for international flights and Haneda is mostly used for domestic flights, though it does offer flights to some international cities. Flying into Haneda is convenient as the city is just a 15-minute train ride away. If arriving into Narita, you can hop in a cab or a limo bus. A more cost-efficient option is to take the train, which delivers you downtown in around 1 hour. Most people get around Tokyo via the efficient and enormous subway system—it’s one of the largest and most-used in the world.

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