Hotels near Haneda airport in Tokyo, Japan

Haneda International airport -along with Narita International- serves the main urban area of Tokyo in Japan, and is conveniently located just 14 kilometres away from the central Tokyo Station. It consists of three terminals: Terminal 1 of HND is home to the flagship carrier Japan Airlines, Terminal 2 is the operational base of All Nippon Airways, and the rest of international operations are handled from Terminal 3. While T3 stays open 24 hours a day, the other two buildings remain closed between 22:30 and 5:00.

Should you need to transfer between terminals, know that you can walk from T1 to T2 in Haneda through an underground walkway, and regular shuttle services are run from the two domestic terminals towards T3 al throughout the day. Likewise, there is a variety of transport options available if you want to commute from Haneda to downtown Tokyo, namely express trains, the monorail network and the limousine buses, a fleet of coaches with free WiFi and additional luggage storage space that will take you straight from the terminals to the main stations in the city.

Where to sleep in Haneda airport: finding hotels close to the terminals of HND in Japan

If you are taking a short business trip to Tokyo after which you will be catching a flight to another city in Japan or back home, and looking at the fact that travelling to the city centre from the airport only implies a smooth and quick journey, we strongly recommend staying in a hotel near Haneda airport. Every suggested accommodation close to Tokyo Haneda you will find below provides pick-up services to passengers upon arrival in the terminals and drop-off services on the day of departure.

Mystays hotel close to Haneda airport

If you are one of those travellers who cannot do without the comfort of a home away from home, especially if you spend long periods of time abroad, this place might be just the perfect choice for you, as it features both guest rooms and fully-equipped apartments with free WiFi, comfortable beds, safes, TV set, bathtub, toiletries, kitchen with appliances and trouser press. Besides, this hotel in Tokyo offers additional amenities like an onsite cafe, left-luggage, room service, massages, payment parking and meeting spaces. Airport transfers are available upon request at no extra charge and it takes 10 minutes to reach the terminals by car from this location. Shibuya Station is only 12,5 km away.

Hotels near Haneda airport: Jal City

This recommended accommodation in Japan features rooms with complimentary WiFi connection, fridge, satellite TV, ironing facilities and private bathroom; their occupancy ranges from individual to triple. There is a restaurant specialising in Italian cuisine inside the premises but, if you prefer, you can walk to the nearby convenience stores and supermarkets to do some grocery shopping. Also a 10-minute drive away from the airport approximately, the Jal City Haneda hotel in Tokyo provides shuttle services to and from the terminals to confirmed guests at an extra charge. Among other amenities offered by the staff at the front desk, who speak both Japanese and English, we count a launderette, luggage storage, safety deposit boxes and currency exchange. Iconic landmarks like the Tokyo Tower lie less than 12 kilometres away.

Accommodation close to Tokyo Haneda International airport

Provided that you land at any of the two domestic terminals, you will be within short walking distance of this hospitality establishment, and it will take you just an eight-minute bus ride from the international terminal to arrive in case you are flying into Tokyo from a destination overseas. The Excel Tokyu hotel near Haneda airport has well-appointed guest rooms featuring complimentary WiFi, air conditioning, satellite TV, in-room safes, mini fridges, tea and coffee facilities and a private bathroom. With the aim of catering to the needs of business travellers in Japan, it also offers meeting spaces, work stations, an onsite restaurant and massages. From the airport area you can easily commute to Ginza, Yokohama Station or the Tokyo Disney Resort by car, train or bus.

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A trip to Sapporo in Hokkaido, Japan

Travellers touring Japan often refuse to miss out on the chance to take a trip to the second largest island in the country, Hokkaido. Aside from being a paradise for ski lovers and the cradle of the popular Sapporo beer (which takes its name from the main city), this destination appeals to both national and foreign tourists with its striking yet delicious local gastronomy, its annual winter festival boasting whimsical ice castles and sculptures and some fabulous ski resorts in the outskirts of the capital.

Those staying in Sapporo -capital city of Hokkaido– for at least a few days, are also invited to enjoy many other attractions such as the Asahiyama and Odori parks, the observation deck at the top of the Sapporo TV Tower, the Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art and the iconic Clock Tower. Should you look for a bit of excitement and adventure during your trip to Sapporo, you may also consider purchasing tickets for a baseball match at the Dome (formerly a host venue for the FIFA World Cup 2002) or hiking up the Moiwayama Mountain to get breathtaking city views.

What is the best way to get to Sapporo?

Although some travellers choose to ride the bullet-train from Tokyo, the fastest way to arrive in Sapporo during a tour around Japan is by airplane. The main airport of Sapporo in Hokkaido is called New Chitose and also handles routes to and from international destinations. The city centre lies about fifty kilometres away, a distance that can be covered rather smoothly by bus or train upon landing.

All Nippon Airways, Peach and Japan airlines sell flights to Sapporo from the main airports in the country: Akita, Aomori, Fukuoka, Hakodate, Hiroshima, Kobe, Komatsu, Nagoya, Niigata, Okayama, Osaka Kansai, Rishiri, Sendai, Shizuoka, Tokyo Haneda and Tokyo Narita.

If you plan to fly to Sapporo from a city in Asia, some airline companies covering routes from Nagoya and Kuala Lumpur are Air Asia and Malindo Air; from Busan, Air Busan and Eastar Jet; Beijing, Air China; Seoul, Asiana and Korean Air; Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific and HK Airlines; Taipei, Eva Air and China Airlines; Shanghai, China Eastern; Hangzhou, Hainan Airlines; Manila, Philippine Airlines; Singapore, Scoot and Singapore Airlines; Bangkok, Thai Air Asia and Thai Airways and from Tianjin, Tianjin Airlines.

New international routes from Helsinki in Finland and Sydney in Australia to Sapporo in Japan will be operated by Finnair and Qantas Airways respectively from December 2019 onwards.

Transit hotel in New Chitose International airport of Hokkaido, Japan

New Chitose airport in Sapporo, Japan, features a modern airport hotel within easy reach from its domestic terminal building, in such a way that arriving passengers or those catching an early flight out of Hokkaido can walk from the arrivals area to the hotel reception or take the reverse journey. Furthermore, guests staying at the Air Terminal Hotel in New Chitose airport may benefit from amenities like onsite thermal baths, complimentary breakfast, WiFi and fine dining as well as from the opportunity of exploring Chitose if they have a few hours to spare during their layover.

Travelling from New Chitose airport to Sapporo

For a direct, fast commute to Sapporo city centre, collect your bags and head over to the New Chitose airport railway station to catch a Rapid service train belonging to the Chitose Line (Hokkaido Railway Company); it won’t take you longer than 40 minutes to be in central Sapporo.

Otherwise, you may opt for buying a ticket to ride an airport limousine bus dropping passengers off at some of the most important hotels in downtown Sapporo. Although this ground transport option is equally convenient, it takes a bit longer than the train, that is, over one hour, to get to your final destination.

A quick guide to Fukuoka airport (FUK) in Japan

Fukuoka airport serves the city of the same name in the island of Kyushu, and stands conveniently close to the centre –only three kilometers away- providing regular connections by subway, bus and taxi to the popular Hakata station. With just one runway, it handles the fourth highest air passenger traffic in the world, yet its exceptional proximity to the residential area of Fukuoka restricts its operations to the daily time frame between 7 am and 10 pm.

How to go from the domestic terminal in Fukuoka to the international one or take the reverse journey

To travel from one terminal to another in Fukuoka airport you must take a courtesy shuttle bus departing from well-signposted bus stops next to those of the city buses every 5-8 minutes. Going from the international terminal of Fukuoka airport to the domestic terminal is mandatory when you need to ride the subway towards Hakata station, and the journey takes no longer than 15 minutes, which you must add to the 5-minute subway ride in order to estimate the total travelling time after landing.

Buses from Fukuoka airport to Hakata station

To get to the city centre from FUK after claiming your baggage, head to Bus Stop 2 outside the 1F area of the International terminal (catch the free shuttle from the domestic terminal if needed). Travelling from the airport to Fukuoka by bus takes 15 minutes; you may also use the expressway bus service, ask the airport personnel for further information.

Travelling by taxi from Fukuoka airport

Should you decide not to wait and travel comfortably with your bags in a taxi towards central Fukuoka, hop on an official taxi at one of the ranks outside either terminal building. This journey normally costs 1.400 yens (12 euros approximately).

Flights to and from Fukuoka airport in Japan

As stated above, Fukuoka airport in Japan handles both domestic and international operations from and to destinations in Asia and abroad. Among the busiest routes operated from this hub we count:

Kuala Lumpur (operated by Air Asia); Busan (Air Busan); Beijing Capital airport and Shanghai Pudong (Air China); Macau (Air Macau); Nagoya, Kansai and Sapporo (All Nippon Airways); Seoul Incheon (Asiana and Korean Air); Hong Kong International (Cathay Dragon and HK Express); Taipei Taoyuan (China Airlines); Helsinki seasonally (Finnair); Tokyo Haneda and Narita (Japan Airlines); Singapore (Singapore Airlines); Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (Thai Airways); Guam (United); Ho Chi Minh  City and Hanoi (Vietnam Airlines).

Passenger services in Fukuoka airport, Japan

Since many business travellers and international backpackers and tourists go through its terminals on a daily basis, Fukuoka airport wants to cater to the needs of passengers in transit especially with those who are far away from their homes and offices in mind. Amenities like bureau de change counters, ATMs, printers and fax machines, lockers or solutions to be able to use the internet while in Japan will surely come in handy.

While currency exchange offices are found in both terminals, the copy and fax machines are available at the 7-Eleven store of the domestic terminal and can be used at a charge. Baggage lockers are coin-operated and at the Internet Corner you can get WiFi, rent a mobile phone or a local SIM card.

Have you already found accommodation for your trip? If you still need to find the perfect place to stay close to Hakata station in Japan, take a look at our recommended hotels in central Fukuoka.

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The best hotels in Fukuoka, Japan

Fukuoka city, located in the northern shore of Kyushu island, is the capital of the Japanese prefecture of the same name as well as one of the most heavily populated areas in Japan. Travellers from all corners of the world have already fallen in love with colourful Fukuoka, and the figure of more than 2 million yearly incoming tourists (both local and foreign) proves that it is indeed worth visiting. Whatever your personal interests and preferences, there is plenty to do and see in Fukuoka all year round: museums, parks, zoos, beaches, cultural and music festivals and even a Buddhist temple. Although it is easily accessible by ferry boat or train and can be scheduled as an additional stop within your Japan tour, the city is served by Fukuoka International airport and you can also fly directly from overseas. Read our advice below to find out the best ways to travel from the airport to the city centre and book a hotel in Japan.

Travelling from Fukuoka airport in Japan

There are three options to commute from Fukuoka airport to the city: by bus, by subway and by taxi. If you choose the first one, you will need to catch either the Expressway bus or a regular line connecting the international terminal to the central Hakata station in just 30 minutes; should you prefer to save time and travel by subway, only two stops separate the airport from Fukuoka downtown, but you will need to ride the free shuttle bus from the international building to the domestic terminal for this purpose; lastly, authorised taxis outside the terminal will take you to the city in about 20 minutes, depending on the volume of traffic at the time of travelling.

Recommended hotels in Fukuoka, Japan

3-star hotel near Fukuoka tower: the New Gae Domemae

This hospitality establishment boasts an excellent location in a new building –construction works finished only three years ago- that in turn has a privileged situation close to the popular Fukuoka Tower and the area of the prefecture where most art galleries and museums are concentrated. Fifteen kilometres from the airport, it offers comfortable guest rooms with complimentary wireless internet access, flat-screen TV and private bathroom. Travellers staying in this hotel near Fukuoka tower also enjoy a breakfast buffet every morning, free daily maid service and laundry services for a surcharge. There is a restaurant on site serving meals that include international specialties along with Asian ones.

The Century Art hotel near Hakata Station in Fukuoka

This 3-star hotel in Fukuoka city, Japan, is conveniently situated right by the busy Hakata station, thus making it really easy to travel to and from the airport by subway. A favourite for international backpackers and travellers, this good-value-for-money establishment provides guests with individual, double and triple rooms that have been fully equipped with tea/coffee maker, mini fridge and private bathroom with amenities. Furthermore, there is free WiFi for you to use all throughout the premises and, while staying in this hotel near Hakata station in Fukuoka, you will also get the chance to enjoy a daily continental breakfast, left-luggage and other reception services, a wide array of snacks is available in the onsite vending machines as well as both Japanese and Spanish meals served at the bar and restaurant inside the facilities.

Hilton hotel in Fukuoka, Japan

In case you are a loyal guest of the Hilton hotels chain, know that they have a good number of outstanding properties across Japan, the 5-star Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk hotel being one of them. Aside from exclusive airport transfers for confirmed guests and their usual signature amenities, it features stunning views, an outdoor swimming pool, a wellness centre, extra-large beds, panoramic suites, buffet-style breakfast and five restaurants on site. Other reception services are available to tourists and business travellers alike –some of them at an extra charge-, like express check-in and check-out, luggage storage, foreign currency exchange, safety deposit boxes, reserved parking and laundry.

Which other areas of Japan will you be visiting? If you will be flying to or from HND in Tokyo, see our recommended hotels near Haneda International airport.

How to get a prepaid SIM Card in Narita airport to use your phone in Japan

In order to use your mobile phone during your trip to Japan so that you can update your social media profiles, make voIP calls, surf the internet and stay in touch with your loved ones, the best thing you can do is get a local prepaid SIM Card that is compatible with the Japanese mobile phone networks. While they are available in many stores across Tokyo and other cities as well as in airports, we recommend that you find a data SIM Card Vending machine upon arrival in Narita International airport and start using it right away.

Among the perks of buying a SIM Card from a vending machine in Narita airport we count the immediateness and convenience of the transaction, the freedom of being able to use it in the prepaid modality for a limited period of time (normally during a 7-day or 14-day period) and the opportunity to purchase it without having to interact with sellers thus avoiding any possible language barriers.

There are three different companies offering their Japanese prepaid SIM cards for travellers to purchase at Narita International: NTT Communications, its vending machine being located on the 1st floor of the central building of Terminal 1; U-NEXT, with vending machines in the arrivals halls of both T1 and T2 and the main building at T3, and Sony Network – Telecomsquare, with SIM Card vending machines on basement 1 of Terminal 1 of Narita airport.

What are the specific conditions my mobile device must meet to use a prepaid SIM Card in Japan?

Generally, to make your prepaid Japanese SIM Card work, your mobile device should be unlocked and support frequencies of 2100MHz (Band 1), 800MHz (Band 19), 150MHz (Band 21) or 1800MHz (Band 3). Regardless of the fact that you normally use a regular SIM, a nano SIM or a micro SIM, the option “3 in 1” will allow you to adapt the size so that it fits perfectly into your phone.

What is the price of a prepaid Japanese SIM Card?

Prices in yens are equivalent to 28 euros or 32 US dollars, yet take into account that fares will depend on facts such as for how long you will be allowed to use the service. You will always be given the chance to choose among SIM Cards that will stay operational for one or two weeks; some prepaid SIM cards in Japan are rechargeable, which might come in handy if you plan to extend your stay in the country. Additionally, you may decide whether you want unlimited data or 100MB a day, a daily volume that will allow you to watch one hour of video, visit four hundred webpages and videophone your friends and family via your favourite apps for about six hours. Once you reach the daily limit, you will notice how the upload and download speed will decrease, but will still be able to use the service.

How to activate your prepaid SIM card in Japan

The steps of the activation process will vary from one supplier to another, although you will invariably need a valid e-mail address and WiFi (you can connect to the free wireless internet in Narita) to complete it. The package containing your new SIM card will come with instructions, so simply follow them and request help from staff in the unlikely event of experiencing trouble.

Sometimes you will need to visit the official website of the SIM provider and enter your assigned ID and serial number, then inserting the card in your phone; in other cases, inserting the SIM card first is mandatory in order to start the activation and download any necessary software.

The most important thing to remember is that the vending machines in Narita only have Data SIM cards, and so if you intend to make local phone calls while in Japan, it is advisable that you go to one of the physical stores at the airport. Be ready to make both card and cash payments, since some SIM card kiosks will only accept one of these two types. Pay close attention to what you are purchasing as refunds are rare.

Have you already found accommodation for your trip to Tokyo? If you haven’t, take a look at our recommended hotels near the Shibuya Crossing for inspiration.

Transit hotels in Kansai International airport of Osaka, Japan

Are you having a layover in Osaka? For disambiguation purposes, we must clarify that Osaka airport is a domestic air terminal close to the city centre, while Kansai International is the main airport serving the Osaka prefecture in Japan and the main gateway into this area for travellers flying from overseas destinations. Despite being located on an artificial island in Osaka Bay, travellers can easily cover the distance between the terminals and the downtown by train, bus, ferry or taxi, the most frequently chosen means of transportation to go from Kansai airport to central Osaka.

Terminal 1 of Kansai airport – the world’s longest ever built- functions as a primary hub for All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines, and handles long-haul operations for a wide range of renowned carriers such as Air Asia, Air China, Air France, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, American Airlines and Finnair, to mention but a few. On the contrary, Terminal 2 is reserved for a limited number of check-in and domestic operations.

Transferring between terminals in Kansai airport (Osaka, Japan)

The two terminals of Kansai International airport in Japan are neither connected to one another nor linked to the airport railway station in any way. However, frequent free shuttle services run between the two buildings as well as towards the train station, the ferry station and the Kansai airport hotels area.

Where are the transit hotels in Kansai airport located?

In order to spend the night in one of the transit hotels of Kansai airport in Japan, you will need to go outside the terminals and walk through a bridge to the AeroPlaza or else ride the complimentary shuttle bus to the adjacent airport station. The AeroPlaza is an 11-storey building located to the west of the air complex and right next to the railway station; it stays open 24 hours a day and provides passenger services like conference rooms, souvenir shops, convenience stores, car rental offices, lockers, ATMs and car rental desks.

The two accommodation options available in Kansai International airport are the First Cabin capsule hotel, which can be booked by the hour, and the Nikko transit hotel, which occupies floors four to eleven inside the AeroPlaza building. Continue reading to find out more and choose the one that suits your travel needs best.

Capsule hotel in Kansai airport of Japan: the First Cabin rooms

This one is an alternative to those travelers who wish to experience what it is like to stay in a capsule hotel while in Japan, whose travel budget is tight or who will be spending only a few hours at the airport before catching their flight, as it gives them the chance to pay just for the time they will need. Nevertheless, in spite of costing considerably less than the other airport hotel in KIX, it has been designed in the style of aircraft business class cabins and equipped with WiFi, TV and amenities, its only inconvenience being that guests must use a shared bathroom outside. They are perfect to avoid having to rush to the departures area in the morning, since you will be just a short shuttle ride away of the check-in area. Besides, the reception can provide extras such as safety deposit boxes, laundry services and vending machines. If you are travelling on your own and have concerns about your privacy, know that the First Cabin hotel in Kansai airport features men-only and women-only standard and superior cabins.

Nikko hotel in Kansai airport

As stated above, the upper floors of the AeroPlaza in Kansai International airport of Japan accommodate the Nikko transit hotel, superbly situated just a short stroll from the airport railway station. This does not only make it easier for travellers to commute from the city and quickly get to their room, but also facilitates arriving to the departure gate in time for boarding. In this case, guests also enjoy complimentary WiFi all throughout, but the more spacious rooms do include a fully-equipped bathroom with toilet and shower inside. There are single and double ones, yet some units can be used by up to four people together. Furthermore, this hotel in Kansai airport has free parking spaces for guests and four restaurants on site specialising in Grill dishes and Chinese, Japanese and International cuisine.

Backpacking in Japan: hostels near Tokyo Station and the Shinkansen trains

The Shinkansen high-speed train network (also called bullet train) is the most efficient and fast means of transportation for those wanting to explore Japan. Travellers visiting Tokyo are lucky enough to be able to access most lines of the network that either depart from or stop at this point, while using the Japan Rail Pass to save money. The known as Tokyo Station is one of the main and busiest railway stations in the country, home to Shinkansen services such as the Tokaido line towards Yokohama, Kyoto and Osaka, the Tohoku one to Aomori and several others transporting commuters to the north.

Staying in a hotel near this railway station in central Tokyo comes with additional advantages like being within short walking distance of the Narita Express train services -linking the downtown with Narita International Airport all throughout the day-, the Marunouchi subway line, the Imperial Palace and Ginza district. Thus, if you wish to explore Tokyo and, at the same time, commute to different parts of Japan by riding the Shinkansen, we recommend you find budget accommodation near Tokyo Station.

Nihonbashi Bay hotel in Tokyo city centre

This 1-star hostel near Tokyo Station and the Nihonbashi underground line is conveniently situated in an area surrounded by restaurants and supermarkets that is well-connected to the Shinjuku and Shibuya districts by public transport. There is a communal kitchen where you can cook your own meals and you may leave your bags at the front desk at no extra charge any time of the day.

The rooms have capsule format and are classified into female and male categories, featuring free WiFi, TV, complimentary towel, toothbrush, shampoo and slippers. Each capsule comes with a personal locker to store your belongings as well.

Ladies-only hostel in the Tokyo Prefecture

This female-only accommodation in Japan receives the name Ginza hotel because it is located 450 metres from Ginza train station, and about 1 kilometre from Tokyo railway station. The facilities have shared bathrooms with toilet and shower for guests, WiFi internet access all throughout and amenities like slippers, toiletries and hairdryers.

The rooms are cleaned daily, and travellers may enjoy extra perks like using bikes to get around Tokyo at no extra cost. The personnel speak both Japanese and English, and will gladly provide directions for the trendiest shops and the Ginza Luxury Department Store.

Affordable hotel in Ginza, Japan

The Prime Pod Ginza was built over the Higashi-Ginza station and so offers beautiful views of the city. Shibuya station can be easily reached from this point by riding the Tokyo subway, and guests can commute to the Imperial Palace and the Tokyo Tower (2 kilometres away) or walk to Tokyo Station (1,3 kilometres away).

The pods or rooms in this establishment are also divided by gender (male only/female only), yet they present a striking variety: standard, superior, connecting, single or twin. Bathrooms are shared and laundry service may be ordered for a fee. Visitors may enjoy free Wifi, personal lockers and a hot breakfast every morning. The undeniable allure of this place, however, lies in the neighbourhood where it is nestled and its street market.

Sleeping in Narita airport, Japan: Nine Hours capsule hotel

The Nine Hours hotel at T2 of Narita International airport in Japan is a 1-star accommodation option offering international travellers a convenient solution to relax, sleep, work and refresh themselves either before departure or upon arrival at the terminal. If you sleep in a capsule hotel inside Narita airport, you will not only be within short walking distance to most restaurants and amenities for passengers in the facilities, but also right by the train station from which you can travel to Tokyo city centre in just forty minutes.

What is it like to sleep in a Japanese capsule hotel?

The space provided by this sort of accommodation is considerably reduced, yet comfortable and practical. The cabin or capsule allows for the utmost privacy and tranquillity, while creating a suitable ambience to get some work done, charge the battery of your phone and laptop or simply get some good rest before the next flight.

Is the capsule hotel in Narita open 24 hours a day?

The reception at the Nine Hours capsule hotel in Japan stays open round the clock and, after checking in, guests are given a WiFi password, breakfast coupons (accepted by a nearby café), towels, a toothbrush, toothpaste and pyjamas. Shared bathrooms are available, as well as lockers where two large bags can be stored. Both the capsules and the lockers are cleaned on a daily basis, and that is why you must check out and check in again in case you are staying more than one night.

Plan in advance: booking a capsule to sleep in Narita

Capsules are divided into female-only and male-only. You can book your sleeping cabin in Narita International airport and there is no need to make any payment in advance; however, once there you will need to pay the due amount before entering the capsule. Also, make sure you check whether your flight lands in Japan after 8p.m., if it does, you must let the hotel staff know so that your booked space is still waiting when you arrive.

This kind of hotel, already traditional in Asia and undeniably an inspiration for the many sleeping pods and cabins that are gradually being incorporated to European airports, has ended up as yet another tourist attraction, since world travellers and backpackers alike dream of spending the night in a genuine capsule hotel.

If you are taking a business trip to Japan, you may want to sleep in Narita airport; nevertheless, for longer stays, we recommend you find a hotel in Tokyo that suits your travel needs.

Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games: closest hotels to the New National Stadium (main venue)

Travellers coming from every corner of the globe will be visiting Japan in the summer 2021, taking this unique opportunity to attend the opening and closing ceremonies of the Tokyo Olympics, its football matches or the athletics competitions. All of them will be held in the same place: the rebuilt National Stadium which will serve as the official main venue for the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games.

The Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, is located in Kasumigaoka (Shinjuku) and will feature a capacity of 68.000 event attendees. During the 2020 Olympics, visitors will be able to access the National Stadium through specifically designated walking routes from Sendagaya Station, Shinanomachi Station, Aoyama-Itchome, Gaeinmae and Kokuritsu-Kyogijo. Notwithstanding that, if you wish to avoid the overcrowded metro system at that time, you may choose to stay in the surrounding area by booking a hotel near Tokyo 2021 Olympic Stadium.

Below, you will find recommended options that are situated within one kilometre or less of the main venue.

Closest hotels to the Olympic New National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo hotel near the subway and the Olympic Stadium

Hotel Wing International Premium Tokyo Yotsuya: this 3-star accommodation lies within short walking distance of the nearest Tokyo subway station and about 5 minutes from Shinjuku centre. Guests who choose to sleep close to the National Olympic Stadium in this hotel will also enjoy fully-equipped rooms with tea and coffee facilities, fridge, high-speed WiFi internet and private bathroom with toiletries. Other amenities offered by the front desk, which stays available around the clock, include private parking spaces for a small surcharge, coin-operated laundry, left luggage service and a buffet-style restaurant serving both breakfasts every morning and meals throughout the day. The rooms of the Wing International Hotel near Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games stadium fall into two main categories: standard and deluxe, and are ready to accommodate solo travellers, couples or groups. English, Japanese and Korean are spoken.

Hotel in Tokyo within walking distance of the Harajuku district

The Nihon Seinenkan Hotel is conveniently situated close to both subway and train stations in Tokyo, a 30-minute train ride away from Tokyo Tower and a 12-minute walk from Harajuku. There is free WiFi in the entire premises and guest rooms in the higher floors afford beautiful city views. Inside the rooms, travellers enjoy complimentary water and a well-appointed private bathroom with a wide range of amenities, while outside the rooms they can benefit from massage services, 24-hour luggage storage, an onsite Japanese restaurant also serving Western specialties and spa facilities with male-only and female-only designated areas. As an additional perk, the street where this hotel near Tokyo 2021 Olympics venue is located has various convenience stores and cafés.

Going from your hotel to the National Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on foot

Tokyo Stay Aoyama Premier hotel in Japan: guests staying in this 4-star hospitality establishment will be within short walking distance of the National Olympic Stadium as well as of the nearest Tokyo Subway station. Haneda airport lies 13,5 kilometres away from this point, while Narita International is 61,5 kilometres away. While the first two floors of the Stay Aoyama Premier hotel building are dedicated to shopping and dining outlets, the guest rooms are distributed among the upper floors, thus featuring stunning city views along with free WiFi, satellite TV, safes, in-room washing machine, kitchenette, appliances and private bathroom. Furthermore, travellers can enjoy a buffet-style breakfast daily and express check-in and check-out services.

Hotel in Tokyo to attend the Olympic Games

Mitsui Garden Hotel Jingugaien Tokyo Premier is a 4-star hotel near the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games venue (the New National Stadium). Travellers who stay here to attend the Olympics will be glad to know that the sports venue where the opening and closing ceremonies and the football matches are held is just 200 metres away, and that the Sendagaya subway station is 400 metres away. All rooms feature complimentary WiFi, private balcony, well-appointed bathroom, fridge and cable TV, while amount the general hotel amenities we count buffet breakfast at the onsite Italian/Asian restaurant, a fitness centre and a 24-hour front desk. English and Japanese are spoken.

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