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If each of Tokyo's 23 districts has its own distinctive flavor, Shibuya is the one that's most closely associated with shopping, fashion, and youth culture. At the heart of Shibuya is its eponymous railway station, which ranks among the busiest in Tokyo. As soon as you step out of Shibuya Station, you'll be barraged with massive signages and electronic billboards, not to mention a throng of locals and tourists. After quickly snapping a photo on the so-called Shibuya Crossing, make your way to the shops and department stores that surround Shibuya Station, and don't forget to swing by the hip Harajuku area. There are hotels in Shibuya, but don't expect a large selection. Room rates in this area are likely to shoot up around Christmas and New Year, and on Japanese holidays.

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You can book one of the bright, laid-back rooms at Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel, which also offers a restaurant and free Wi-Fi. Elegant décor and dimly lit hallways lend a sophisticated air to Sakura Fleur Aoyama, an adults-only hotel with a restaurant. Rooms here are individually furnished and feature wrought iron beds, and the hotel is a 14-minute walk from Nezu Museum. At Tokyu Stay Shibuya Shin-minamiguchi, not only are the casual and contemporary digs more spacious than typical Japanese rooms, but they also come with kitchenettes and washers/dryers. This hotel is near the New South Gate of Shibuya Station, which is also a stop on the Narita Express trains to and from Narita Airport.

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Although you won't run out of boutiques, department stores, and malls to peruse, as well as restaurants and fast food chains to fuel you up for another round of shopping, Shibuya doesn't offer nearly as much variety when it comes to accommodations. Ideally, you'll want to be as close as possible to Shibuya Station and the shopping streets around it, but there are only a few hotels within this retail hub. Majority of Shibuya's hotels are situated west of Shibuya Station, closer to Shinsen Station. There are also a handful of hotels scattered in the Jinnan area, which lies between Shibuya and Harajuku Stations.

What are Hotels like in Shibuya?

Lodging options in Shibuya largely consist of 3-star hotels that usually offer restaurants, breakfast service, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Rooms tend to be on the compact side, sometimes as small as 11 square meters, and often feature contemporary yet laid-back interiors. If you want a more luxurious stay, you can also find upscale hotels, although they are the exceptions in this neighborhood, rather than the norm. Added amenities in these refined options typically include pools, health clubs, and multiple dining venues. They also have larger guestrooms, measuring around 35 square meters in size.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Shibuya?

Bear in mind that Shibuya isn't a cheap neighborhood to stay in, so if you want to make this your base while visiting Tokyo, be prepared to shell out a lot of cash. Hotel rates in Shibuya range from Php 5,500 to Php 12,000 – note that these are mostly 3-star venues – but you can keep an eye out for Hotels.com special deals that will make these hotels much more affordable. Generally speaking, hotels that are closer to Shibuya Station and the shopping streets are more expensive, although you'll also find upmarket or pricier options outside Shibuya's commercial center.

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