Discover the best capsule hotels in Tokyo that fit your needs. Ranging from cheap to premium Capsule Hotels, there is sure to be one that is perfect for your stay in Tokyo.
Guide to capsule hotels in Tokyo
New to capsule hotels? They are often an option for those who forgot to book a hotel or those who are tight on their budget during their travels.
Capsule hotel floors are often separated by gender. To help you save, extra services and facilities are optional. Capsule hotels are not recommended for people who have a fear of small, enclosed spaces.
Low priced for Early-Birds at Bay Hotel
The Nihonbashi Muromachi Bay Hotel is a well-maintained hotel with good security and safety system. The hotel is great for those who want to go to Ginza, Akihabara, Shibuya, Asakusa, all of which are accessible via the nearby train or bus.
It costs around RM130 per night. If you book with their early bird reservation via their website, you can save with even cheaper room rates, which is around 3,000 yen (~RM110).
- Place: Nihonbashi Muromachi Bay Hotel
- Address: 2-4-7 Nihombashi-honcho, Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan, 103-0023
- Access: The Mitsukoshimae subway station and JR Shin Nihonbashi station are within a 5 minutes walk from the hotel.
A quiet, relaxing stay at The Nell
If you’re looking for a convenient, quiet place to stay in Tokyo, you might want to check out The Nell Ueno Okachimachi. The capsule hotel is frequented by mostly soft spoken locals. Other places worth visiting near the hotel includes Sensoji Temple and Ameya Yokocho shopping street. Ameya Yokocho, which is shortened to Ameyoko (アメ横), is a great place to find bargains.
A night at this hotel costs around RM190.
- Spot name: The Nell Ueno Okachimachi
- Address: Taito-ku Higashi-Ueno 2-15-9, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan, 110-0015
- Access: 5 minutes on foot from Shinjuku Station
Designer capsule hotel
The capsule hotel called nine hours is open everyday, and you can save more with their early bird discount plan. Their recently renovated 9 hours capsule hotel is located in the north of Shinjuku. Those looking to rest somewhere stylish will be happy with the modern, contemporary interior design.
It costs around RM177 (~4,900yen) per night, but do check on their website because it depends on availability.
- Spot name: nine hours Shinjuku-North
- Address: 169-0073 Tokyo Prefecture, Shinjuku-ku, Hyakunin Cho 1-4-15 , Japan
- Access: A 2-minute walk from JR Shin-Okubo Station
The Millenial Capsule Experience
If you’re willing to fork out the money for some high-tech capsule accommodation, The Millennials Shibuya is where you want to be. The capsule hotel opened in March 2018, and has 20 colourful art pods that are individually designed. You can still opt for the cheaper standard rooms which are slightly cheaper. When you check in, you’ll be given an iPod to adjust your pod, access the elevator and other functions.
It costs around RM302 (8,400 yen) per night if you book extra early. Breakfast is included.
- Spot name: The Millennials Shibuya
- Address: 150-0041 Tokyo Prefecture, Shibuya-ku Jinnan, 1-20-13, Japan
- Access: 8 minute walk from Shibuya Station.
The capsule hotel for couples
If you’re travelling as a couple, the Tokyo Kiba Hotel is a capsule hotel that will cater to your needs. Each capsule room has double beds, and they allow mixed gender on each floor. The pods are wide and comfortable. By paying an extra 500 yen, you can access their spa.
There is also free-flow drink service available from their vending machine at 200 yen from 5.30am to 8.30am, remember to check with the front desk.
Rooms for couples are around RM152 (4,200 yen) per night.
- Spot name: Tokyo Kiba Hotel
- Address: 1-4-3, Kiba, Koto 135-0042, Tokyo Prefecture.
- Access: A 3-minute walk from Kiba subway station
The cost estimations for all capsule hotel mentioned in this article are rounded up and only serve to give an idea of the price range.