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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.
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.
The Park Hotel Tokyo is a modern luxury hotel in the center of Tokyo with fantastic views of the city. Located on the 25th floor of the Shiodome Media Tower, this ten-story boutique hotel is in short walking distance of Tsukiji Fish Market, the Hamarikyu Garden and the Ginza shopping district. This makes it a great access point for early morning trips to Tsukiji for breakfast or sightseeing. The surrounding Shiodome area is quiet despite the multitude of tall buildings and businesses.
The Inter-continental Hotel is a welcome addition to the luxury hotel circuit, and along with other 5 star hotels in the area, like the Ritz Carlton and St Regis, has put Osaka on the map for first class travel.

HOTEL MYSTAYS Nagoya-Sakae is a hotel among busy streets, so you are never far away from the buzz of Nagoya. Upon entering reception you are greeted with a stylish presence, this style not only exists here but rises like steam into every room. The staff are friendly and helpful, speaking a good level of English and Chinese. The rooms are well designed and modern, with many things done to improving a guest's level of comfort. The bath is a particular stand out and is great for relaxing in after visiting the wonder attractions of Nagoya. In-room massages are also a talent of this hotel allowing guests to pamper themselves.