This post was last updated on January 17th, 2020 at 07:48 am
What are the best places to sleep during the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games? In which neighborhoods do you prefer to stay if the prime locations are already fully booked? Where do you certainly not want to stay during the Olympics? These are probably all questions to which you currently have no answer. We may be able to help you!
Top 10 Hotels in Tokyo for the 2020 Olympic Games
These are the top 10 hotel choices to stay at during the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. We have selected them on the basis of facilities but also looked at the location. In these spots you are close to most competitions!
- The Share Hotels Lyuro Tokyo Kiyosumi (8.9 based on 2063 reviews)
- Belken Hotel Tokyo (8.5 based on 3374 reviews)
- Hotel Risveglio Akasaka (8.9 based on 2244 reviews)
- Meitetsu Inn Hamamatsucho (8.4 based on 1012 reviews)
- APA hotel Shimbashi Onarimon (7.4 based on 1228 reviews)
- Shinagawa Tobu Hotel (8.1 based on 1926 reviews)
- Act Hotel Roppongi (8.4 based on 1792 reviews)
- Andaz Tokyo – A Concept by Hyatt (9.1 based on 296 reviews)
- Tokyu Stay Shimbashi (8.6 based on 734 reviews)
- Tokyo Prince Hotel (8.5 based on 1332)
Top 5 Budget Hotels in Tokyo for the 2020 Olympic Games
Looking for a budget option? Then it’s best to go for a hostel or a capsule hotel. These are available in abundance and often nice and cheap. These are the top 5 based on location and facilities.
- First Cabin Shinbashi Atagoyama (8.4 based on 1406 reviews)
- Tokyo Ginza BAY HOTEL (8.4 based on 6045 reviews)
- Nine Hours Akasaka (8.3 based on 3671 reviews)
- Imano Tokyo Ginza Hostel (8.7 based on 3176 reviews)
- &AND HOSTEL AKIHABARA (8.5 based on 1194 reviews)
Which Areas are the Best to Stay at?
Which areas are most conveniently located for the 2020 Olympic Games? This, of course, depends on which sports you want to visit. Take a look at our competition location map on which all locations of the Olympic competitions can be seen. As you can see, most games take place in Shibuya, Chuo, Shinjuku, Chiyoda and around Odaiba.
Of course, there are also some competitions being held outside the city. What we can recommend are the neighborhoods Minato (very cool area!), Chuo (nice neighborhood and mega central), Ginza (fancy area), Roppongi (party area) or of course Shibuya (party area) and Ueno (the old area of Tokyo). These areas are the perfect base for most Olympic sports and also offer the opportunity to do sightseeing thanks to their central location.