Planning to travelling to Japan? Traveling to Japan sometime you need a good accommodation for a good rest and nice see sight. There a lot of hotels in Japan for you to choose when you travel to Japan whether you’re here on business or on vacation.
Although there are many hotel options in Japan, however, you should consider your budget and the location of the hotel. Choosing a hotel close to amenities such as a mini market, clinic, restaurant etc. is recommended to make it easier for you to stay there.
5 best hotels in japan
For those who seek unique and great experience in accommodations in Japan, we gathered some of our best findings and compile it up here just for you. From 5 star hotel to budget hotel, this is our 5 best hotels in japan.
1. Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto
Another hotel surrounded by beautiful mountains? Yep, Japan is really great at them. Just 20 minutes by train from the town center of Kyoto, this Grand Prince offers opinions of Takaragaike Park from all sides (if you’re visiting during winter it’s especially magical-it’s snowing during our stay).
The rooms are extremely spacious and breakfast is a balanced mix of Japanese and western. The building itself, however, is well worth a view.
2. Hotel Public Jam, Osaka
A classic experience in Japan is to stay in a lovely hotel-restaurants that rent rooms an hour or an evening in the mood, often with a multitude of subjects. They have traditionally been used by young couples in search of family home privacy, secret lovers or late-night hookups, but nowadays they are also common with visitors and even female solo travelers.
Osaka’s Hotel Public Jam is a fine instance of themed rooms, ranging from a wooden boat cabin to a room with a vehicle inside. When we went to Japan, we didn’t stay in one, but friends told us they weren’t half as seedy as they sound!
3. Keio Plaza Hotel, Tokyo
The Hotel Keio Plaza does not appear on this list at first glance, but underneath the elegant four-star hotel sheen is a set of Hello Plaza-themed rooms featuring a Hello Kitty parasol extravaganza. Kitsch anime cat fans are going to love it.
There is also a 7th floor rooftop swimming pool and a 47th floor karaoke parlor. And since the hotel is so big, most of the rooms offer some fantastic opinions across the town.
4. 9 Hours Capsule Hotel, Kyoto
Staying at the 9 Hours Capsule hotel in Kyoto is like staying in a spaceship of the future, and you will definitely never forget it. The 9 Hours Capsule Hotel is located a short walk from Downtown Kyoto’s Kawaramachi Train Station. They are intended to be extremely comfortable and spacious than expected by most customers.
The strong white structure involves lockers, showers and gender-specific toilets. Guests are welcome to spend up to 17 hours in the hotel, if desired, while they can stay in and out in nine hours.
5. Chapel Christmas Hotel, Tokyo and Osaka
365 days a year in the Chapel Christmas Hotel experience Christmas. Sanctuary, Santa Claus, baubles, Christmas trees and lights of festival. But don’t be wrong and believe this is a family-friendly hotel, in fact, a love hotel for adults alone.
There is a picture board with the various rooms in the reception region–it is lit up and it means it is accessible. In Osaka and Tokyo, near Narita airport there are Chapel Christmas hotels.
All of these hotel is available according to seasons. If you wish for reservations or booking, you can do so through online booking site or gamble your way by walk in to the hotel lobby and hope for a room. That is all for our 5 best hotel in Japan. We hope it would be helpful and enjoy your stay in Japan!