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No matter your destination or travel style, the three brands of the Tokyu Hotel chain stand ready to accommodate your needs.
Airbnb will hopefully encourage you to book rooms hosted by local Japanese residents in Kyoto instead of staying in luxurious hotels. Airbnb is cheaper but still with the same 5-star customer service offered by hotels.
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Hotel Nikko Tokyo in Odaiba offers a luxurious and relaxing stay on the waterfront. Not only does each room boast a private balcony with stunning panoramic views of Tokyo skyline, the hotel offers fantastic amenities and dining options that will appeal to all senses.
This hostel does not feel like a traditional Kyoto Merchant house. There are no macha green noren curtains or the smell of a fresh tatami mat, characteristics that are more in abundance at Roujiya or even some of the rooms at Hana Hostel. Instead it has a glampacking hostel feel, with minimalist black and white lights and concrete walls like a contemporary art gallery, a bit like Khaosan Hostel meets the Hotel Anteroom just down the road in Kujo. On the other hand, if you are prepared to spend a bit more for a private luxury room, but keep the contemporary art feel, check in at the Hotel Kanra near Gojo Station.

An ancient paradise beyond memory, Sasayuri-Ann in Nara Prefecture is the perfect combination of Japaneses style and luxurious accommodation. This antique home stay true to its Japanese heritage yet contains every modern convenience and luxury necessary for the perfect getaway. 

Ryokan Kato on Mt. Yoshino in Nar is a historic Japanese Inn that far exceeds the expectations one imagines when planning their Japan travels

Oakhouse Kamata 260 is a 260-room sharehouse located just a 4-min walk from Zoshiki Stn and a 15-min train ride from both Haneda Airport and Shinagawa Stn in Tokyo.