5 Tokyo Hotels a Little Different From the Rest

18.May.2018 | FEATURES / SPOT

Do you ever first yourself stuck for choice when it comes to choosing a hotel to stay at during your trip? Since you’re making the effort to travel, you want your hotel destination to be an enjoyable experience too, right?


We’ve compiled a list of hotels in Tokyo that are a little different from the rest and opened, or are set to open in 2018.


星野リゾートOMO5 東京大塚(オモファイブ)

Hoshino Resorts OMO5 Otsuka

At OMO, they focus on tourism, offering not simply rooms, but a travel experience. They focus on elevating the excitement of travel for its guests by giving them the chance to fully enjoy towns and cities and the tourist spots connected to them. The hotel offers a service that helps guests discover the entertaining opportunities available to them all within walking distance of the hotel, allowing a deepening of knowledge of the city.


Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/107128



Hoshino Resorts OMO5 Otsuka

Address: 2-26-1 Otsuka, Toshima, Tokyo

Price: From ¥7,000 (2 People Max. Per Room / Tax & Service Charge Included)

Access: 1-minute on foot from Otsuka Station via the JR Line

TEL: 0570-073-022 (Hoshino Resorts Booking Center 9:00-20:00)

Website: https://omo-hotels.com/otsuka/




Compared to existing capsule hotels, MAYU TOKYO HOTEL has simplified the administration process, reduced the noise level, and is committed to efficient operation. It has considered the current image of capsule hotels and changed the design process in order to increase the private atmosphere. To ensure that guests can enjoy peace of mind, their design changes started from the stairs. MAYU TOKYO HOTEL only employs female staff, which is a large change from the conventional style, and being a female-exclusive hotel,  also makes is a great option for women looking to stay somewhere.


Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/105495




Address: 1-12-10 Minato, Chuo, Tokyo, 104-0043

Access: 8-min walk from exit B2 of Hatchōbori Station (JR Keiyo Line) or 6-minute walk from exit A2 (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)

TEL: 03-5117-2018

Website: https://www.mayuhotel.jp


変なホテル 銀座

Henn-na Hotel Ginza

Henn-na Hotel in Ginza incorporates robots and the latest cutting-edge equipment around. Two humanoid robots are installed at the front desk. A bar is also situated on the first floor that serve 300 types of alcohol including the rum produced at Bar Lamp in Ginza. During the daytime, the bar transforms into a lounge where guests can chat casually. The hotel is very comfortable to stay in, offering equipment such as the iRemocon, ChromeCast and mobile devices, and the rooms are even cleaned by an auto cleaning machine. Why not experience the latest in technology with robots while in Tokyo?


Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/91425



Hennna Hotel Ginza

Address: 2-2-1, Tsukiji, Chuo, Tokyo

TEL: 050-5894-3771 (10:00-18:30)

Website: http://www.hennnahotel.com/ginza/




This hotel fuses retro tastes with modern elements. The reception area features an old 1926 Victrola Credenza gramophone by JVC USA, giving the room a nostalgic and retro feel. Rooms come with big bathrooms, high quality mattresses co-manufactured with Simmons that promise a peaceful sleep, beauty products, massage chairs and more. Consider this hotel―with its nostalgic atmosphere―if you’re looking for some real relaxation.


Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/89240




Address: 2-5-13 Jinbocho, Kanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo


Website: https://saku-ren.com/


ホテル1899 東京

Hotel 1899 Tokyo

This hotel is truly Japanese, with ‘tea’ as its core theme. Opening later this year, there will be four types of rooms to choose from, each of which are inspired by Japanese tea shops. The first floor will be home to a restaurant/delicatessen offering dishes and desserts made using tea. The second floor is where the reception will be, and the third floor upwards will be the guest rooms. At the front will be a counter where you can taste test teas, and there’l even be a shop selling tea-related products. The hotel is about a 20-minute taxi ride from Haneda Airport which is super convenient for when you land in Japan.


Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/79790



Hotel 1899 Tokyo

Address: 6-4 Shinbashi, Minato, Tokyo

Opening: December 1, 2018


9-minutes on foot from Shinbashi Station via JR Lines, Tokyo Metro Lines, Toei Lines, and Yurikamome

13-minutes on foot from Hamamatsucho Station via JR Lines and Tokyo Monorail

10-minutes on foot from Daimon Station via Toei Lines

6-minutes on foot from Onarimon Station via Toei Lines

20 minutes taxi ride from Haneda Airport / 60 minute taxi ride from Narita Airport

Website: http://1899.jp/hotels/tokyo/


We hope this list proves useful when considering your accommodation opens when travelling to Tokyo. Be sure to enjoy your Tokyo trip to the absolute fullest.