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Frequently asked questions
What should a history enthusiast expect from a trip to Tokyo?
Historians and history buffs alike may want to visit the notable monuments and prominent temples while in Tokyo. Be sure to check out the array of shops and fascinating museums while you’re here. And also relish a stop at the seafood restaurants in this culturally rich area.
What's the best place to stay in Tokyo to be near historical sites?
Based on our travel expertise, Imperial Hotel is a top 5-star hotel for history seekers booking on Expedia, and it offers 12 restaurants and free WiFi. Tokyo Imperial Palace is a short 15-minute walk away. Other choices close to historic sites include The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic and Via Inn Asakusa.
How many historical hotels are located in Tokyo?
In Tokyo, there are 4056 hotels and other lodging options bookable on Expedia, including 475 designated as historic hotels or close to historic sites.
What are the top historical places and other sights in Tokyo?
Tokyo is notable for its temples and monuments, and landmarks include Tokyo Imperial Palace, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, and Sensō-ji Temple. Known for its museums, cultural venues include Zepp Tokyo, Ghibli Museum, and Imperial Garden Theatre. Other popular sights include Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Dome.
What is a historic hotel like in Tokyo?
Guests who choose a historic hotel can stay in a building that has an official historic designation. A castle, a palace or even a pub or an old police station can be identified as a historic hotel provided that it’s of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features are typically found in the public spaces and guestrooms of historic hotels in Tokyo, giving a real sense of character.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
“Heritage hotel” is more common in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is more common in the U.S. though overall the terms are quite similar. The physical building and architecture of a historic hotel is generally the most significant aspect. For a heritage hotel, often it’s the cultural value as well as how it shaped the community.
Do historic hotels in Tokyo have modern facilities?
Hotels have the safety features and modern conveniences you’ve come to expect, though efforts have been made to preserve treasured traditions and historic facades. Smart TVs, WiFi, updated bathroom facilities, and the popular amenities found in any hotel will be available in a historic hotel. Rest assured that when you select a historic hotel in Tokyo, you won’t find a place that’s uncomfortable for guests or simply rundown.