Aside from being the largest in Japan with a population of 12 million, Tokyo is also its most attractive city. It is a fascinating city with many tourist attractions to offer world travellers of any type.
The Tsukiji Fish Market is a different kind of treat for tourists and so are the traditional Japanese baths of Azabu-Juban Onsen. But Japan being what it is, it is not exactly a cheap place for the working class tourist. For tourists who want to enjoy Japan on a budget, they can opt for budget hotels which abound in this region which is one of the most expensive in the world.
Shinjuku Prince Hotel
This is a hotel of 3-Star category with 571 air-conditioned and well-furnished guest rooms. It is close to Hanazono Shrine and the Japanese favorite rendezvous place which is Studio Alta with its gigantic TV screen. Among its amenities are free internet access at the public area, a restaurant and a bar. Guests get a good night’s sleep because the beds are very comfortable as the rooms are neat and tidy.
Tokyo Green Palace
A 3-Star hotel with well-formed rooms and a convenient location. Tourist attractions like the Akasaka Palace, the Tokyo Imperial Palace, and the Tokyo National Theater are within easy reach as so is the Kojimachi Station which is right beside it. There’s a TV with satellite channels in every room, makeup mirrors, dial-out phones and safes. By Tokyo standards, this building is huge with enough rooms and facilities that serve for banquets and meetings.
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
A 3-Star hotel right in the heart of Tokyo which is near the Sengakuji Temple, Tokyo Tower, and the Tsukiji Fish Market. It boasts of 3,679 guest rooms with a swimming pool and a tennis court. Female guests can make use of a spa and a beauty salon for their relaxation and beauty needs. One can have high speed internet access at the public area. There are secretarial services available as well as multi-function rooms for meeting, banquets, and similar other functions.
Tokyo lifestyle is pretty expensive by world standards and visitors are best advised to exercise due diligence by researching and comparing hotel prices first before booking for any length of stay.
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