Omotesando is a popular place where people enjoy high class, luxurious shopping and stylish cafes. Read further to discover a few types of hotels which you can stay to explore this area.
Hotels In Omotesando,Tokyo
Hotels in Omotesando are very limited in number, and also likely to be on the expensive side of accomodations in Tokyo. However, if you have plans for viewing the beautiful night time illuminations in December or planning to shop till night, then finding a hotel in Omotesando would be ideal. Most hotels in Omotesando are luxury hotels or chain-brand business hotels. There are also youth hostels in Omotesando.
Trunk Hotel Omotesando
A sleek, designer hotel that fits right in with the overall feel of Omotesando, Trunk Hotel is a wonderful place for social people. There are areas in the hotel which are designed to facilitate social activities such as their lobby and lounge area. If you’re a backpacker looking to talk to locals or fellow travellers, this would be a great chance to make foreign friends. Events are also held quite often. There are events here almost every week such as lounge music with an invited DJ.
From 36,288 yen (around RM 1,330) a night, you can stay in their Standard Room which comes with a balcony. Beach sandals and the basics are provided. People who care for the environment will be glad to know most of the items in the hotel are made from organic or recycled materials.
- Spot name: Trunk Hotel Omotesando
- Street address: 5-31 Jingumae Shibuya-ku Tokyo, Japan 150-0001
- Access: A 10-minute walk from Harajuku Station, take the Exit 7 at the station. An 8-minute walk from Omotesando Station.
Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier
This middle-class hotel was recently renewed in early 2018. Offering three types of plans, Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier makes it easy for you to find a room no matter if you’re booking as a family member, couple or in Japan for business.
For restaurants nearby, the hotel is next to an Indian restaurant called AHLIYA, and the hotel’s European breakfast buffet on the 2nd floor restaurant "MONTE AZUL" is only 1,200 yen. On the first floor, you can find plenty of quaint stores to browse in the area called Passage Aoyama which has a South-European atmosphere.
For those who book 21 days early, they can enjoy cheaper room rates starting from 10,600 yen (around RM390) a night in their Moderate Room for a person. There are also room plans which give you a complimentary 24 hour travel with Tokyo Subway Ticket, make sure you pick the plan which suits you!
- Spot name: Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier
- Street address: 2-27-18 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062
- Access: 8 minutes of walk from Exit A4 of Omotesando Station.
Nippon Seinenkan Hotel Gaien Tokyo
A newly built youth hostel in Tokyo, the Nippon Seinenkan Hotel is a bit further from Omotesando station compared to the other two hotels we suggested, but the facilities are very new. It’s closer to the outer garden of Meiji Jingu. There are also gym and exercise facilities for sportspeople, a great variety of food served at the hotel restaurant and the accessibility of tourist spots from the hotel is also superb.
Prices for a single room starts from 8,550 yen (Around RM313) per night, and may vary according to availability and season. It is very affordable compared to hotels in the vicinity.
- Spot name: Nippon Seinenkan Hotel Gaien Tokyo
- Street address: 4-1 Kasumigaokamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, 160-0013
- Access: 14 minutes of walk from Omotesando Station.