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5 Stylish and Newly Opened Hotels in Tokyo

There are as many hotels in Tokyo as there are stars in the sky. Longtime favorites and tasteful, old-fashioned hotels can be very appealing, but this article will introduce 5 of Tokyo's newest hotels!

1. Book And Bed Tokyo Shinjuku (Shinjuku)

With its opening in May 2018, this innovative hotel introduced the concept of a “bookstore hotel” – guest rooms are found among the long rows of bookshelves, and the lobby is a cozy space to enjoy a good read and relax. The are four types of room categorized by size: Single, Comfort Single, Double, and Superior Room. Toilets and shower rooms are shared with other guests. The hotel has free Wi-Fi coverage, as well as English speaking staff.

1. Book And Bed Tokyo Shinjuku (Shinjuku)

APM Bldg. 8F, 1-27-5 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

2. HOTEL 1899 TOKYO (Shimbashi)

HOTEL 1899 TOKYO was opened in December 2018. The concept behind this hotel is to offer guests the opportunity to acquaint themselves with Japanese culture and tea tradition. At the deli & bar inside, you can enjoy dishes and drinks made using Japanese tea. The hotel has a great variety of accommodations, including standard double rooms and spacious twin rooms. Colors inspired by Japanese tea can be observed in the details of the rooms, creating the relaxing atmosphere of a tearoom. Every room has teacups and a teapot, so you can have a relaxing cup of tea in your room. The hotel has full Wi-Fi coverage, as well as English speaking staff.

2. HOTEL 1899 TOKYO (Shimbashi)

6-4-1 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

3. Hotel KOE Tokyo (Shibuya)

The popular lifestyle brand, koé, opened this multi-complex building in February 2018. They bring together a variety of functions based on the following keywords: stay, fashion, music, and food. The hotel presents a modern outlook of traditional elements of a Japanese tearoom, one of the most emblematic symbols of the Japanese culture. There's also an apparel shop that sells lifestyle goods, a bakery restaurant produced by a famous chef, and a space dedicated to DJs and music events. The building has free Wi-Fi, as well as staff who speak English, Chinese, Russian, and Tagalog.

3. Hotel KOE Tokyo (Shibuya)

3-7 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

4. Hoshino Resorts OMO5 Tokyo Otsuka (Otsuka)

The Hoshino Resorts Group has been developing hotels of different concepts all around Japan, and this particular hotel, which opened in May 2015, is no different. Located in the nostalgic area of Otsuka, OMO5 is a mere 1-minute walk away from JR Otsuka Station. It’s in a very convenient location since you can reach Shinjuku, Shibuya and Shinagawa – all major terminal stations – without having to change trains. The guest rooms, which are based around a wooden interior design, are very pleasant to stay in, with a comfortable, laid-back atmosphere. You’ll also find communal spaces, such as the cafe and lounge, where you can interact with other guests. The hotel has Wi-Fi, as well as English speaking staff.

4. Hoshino Resorts OMO5 Tokyo Otsuka (Otsuka)

2-26-1 Kita-Otsuka, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

5. Nohga Hotel Ueno (Ueno)

Opened in November 2018, this hotel is situated in Tokyo's cultural area of Ueno, where old traditions still thrive and a great number of museums are located. Nohga’s guest rooms provide a very Japanese experience, combining refinement and tranquility in one single space. The hotel has a wide range of amenities at your disposal, including a multi-purpose restaurant that can be used as a cafe, dining, and bar, a spacious terrace, a gallery displaying modern artwork procured from both within and outside of Japan, and a 24-hour fitness room for guests. The hotel has full Wi-Fi coverage.

5. Nohga Hotel Ueno (Ueno)

2-21-10 Higashi-Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo

These 5 stylish and new hotels are bound to make your trip even more memorable. Be sure to make use of this article if you’re planning on visiting Tokyo!

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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