Need Cheap Hotel In Tokyo? This is my cheap Hotel In Tokyo list.
Ace Inn Shinjuku (5-3 Katamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN)
Located in the heart of city, Ace Inn Shinjuku is the perfect place for you to stay on your visit to Tokyo.
Aizuya Inn ( 2-17-2 Kiyokawa, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture 111-0022, Japan)
We had a great stay at the Aizuya inn, they are really helpfully and offer plenty of advises, the rooms are quite and air con is ok. They had a nice Japanese food dinner when we were there which gave us an opportunity to talk to other travelers.
Asasuka Hostel Toukaisou
Asakusa Toukaisou is located in Asakusa and is also very close to Ueno. The location has quick and easy access to Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Tower, Roppongi, Tokyo Sky Tree, Akihabara, Ginza, Kabukiza, Shibuya, Tsujiki and more, mostly within a half hour by train and subway.
Backpacker Hostel KS House Tokyo (20-10, kuramae 3-chome, taitou-ku,Tokyo 111-0051, Japan)
big, busy hostel, but ultra clean and pretty much guaranteed to find some friends to hang out with here. no shower/bathrooom issues like at some other hostels, theres pleanty of both.
This place completely disregards the safety of their customers, and plus their attitude was horrible. By all means, do not stay here, especially if you are female!!!
JGH Tokyo (Nishikawaguchi, 2-11-5)
In ten years of travel this has to be one of the worst places I have ever been at. WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT STAY HERE.
Jimbocho Sakura Hotel (2-21-4 Kanda-Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,101-0051, Tokyo, Japan )
It was a great place to stay for a few nights. Make sure when you arrive, to ask for a view from your window.
Juyoh Hotel (2-15-3 Kiyokawa, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture 111-0022, Japan)
Charming, this hotel is not really. It looks more like a business hotel with no soul for the common areas (almost 10 floors). Located in Minamisenju, a north-east Tokyo borough where many homeless live (however they do never bother you). Here are the only negative points.
Kayabacho Pearl Hotel (1-2-5, Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)
Kayabacho Pearl Hotel offers good value for budget-conscious travellers in a convenient central location. Guest rooms are functional and compact, simply furnished with standard amenities and writing desk.
Khaosan Tokyo ( 2-1-5 Kaminarimon, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture 111-0034, Japan )
not so easy to find hotel in Tokyo specially if you travelling in budget conditions. Khaosan Tokyo Original actually was not my first choice but since Khaosan Kabuki full so I had choosen this hostel rather than other Khaosan hostel ( I think they have more than 4 hostel ) This hotel near the Asakusa station ( Toei Line ) and only walking distance to Asakusa Temple and the nice nakamise shopping street.Some restaurant also available near this hostel.
Khaosan Tokyo Asakusa Annex (2-2-5 Higashikomagata Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
Easy access to everywhere but not many restaurant and bars around at night so not that great to eat out! Otherwise, it was fine!
Khaosan Tokyo Ninja (103-0002 Tokyo, Chuo-ku Bakurocho Nihombashi 2-5-1)
Only 100 metres from Bakurocho Train Station, Khaosan Tokyo Ninja features a stylish shared kitchen and free-use internet terminals. The air-conditioned rooms have bunk beds and free Wi-Fi access.
Khaosan Tokyo Smile (2-2-6 Higashikomagata Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
Khaosan Tokyo Smile provides tourists with a variety of safe and affordable accommodation options in the heart of charming Asakusa. Surrounded by traditional Japanese buildings like Sensouji Temple and the Kaminarimon, we offer warm hospitality, good service and the opportunity to meet like-minded travelers from around the world.
The rooms were small, only one bed, which means if you have a buddy with you, one of you is sleeping on the floor like I did. There are three rooms which share a common area (shower, dining area, etc.) so you may be staying with someone you don't even know. But that's part of traveling and being cheap. Our room was dirty but I think primarily due to that fact that the other attendees were long time residents
A stylish apartment-style hotel, with a small kitchen in some rooms, it is conveniently located just a 4 minute walk away from the JR Hamamatsucho Station.
Sakura Hostel Asakusa
During my Japan trip, i stayed 3 nights Sakura Asakusa, i had really nice time there, very friendly and helpful staff. hostel was very clean and nothing to complain! :) its located a really nice area, close to metro stations and a lot of interesting sights to see on surroundings. also many restaurants and convenience store.