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  • Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu

    Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu

    3.5-star
    VIP

    Dogenzaka0.1 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating9.0.Superb910 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
  • Shibuya Tobu Hotel

    Shibuya Tobu Hotel

    3-star

    Udagawacho0.4 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.4.Very good283 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Shibuya Tobu Hotel
  • JR-EAST HOTEL METS SHIBUYA

    JR-EAST HOTEL METS SHIBUYA

    3.5-star

    Sakuragaokacho0.5 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous708 Hotels.com guest reviews
    JR-EAST HOTEL METS SHIBUYA
  • Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

    Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

    4.5-star
    VIP

    Sakuragaokacho0.3 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional1,010 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel
  • Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya Jingumae Hot Spring

    Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya Jingumae Hot Spring

    3-star

    Udagawacho0.7 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous485 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya Jingumae Hot Spring
  • The Millennials Shibuya

    The Millennials Shibuya

    2.5-star

    Udagawacho0.3 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating9.2.Superb341 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Millennials Shibuya
  • APA Hotel Shibuya-Dogenzaka-Ue

    APA Hotel Shibuya-Dogenzaka-Ue

    3-star

    Shinsencho0.6 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.0.Very good561 Hotels.com guest reviews
    APA Hotel Shibuya-Dogenzaka-Ue
  • sequence MIYASHITA PARK

    sequence MIYASHITA PARK

    3-star

    Udagawacho0.3 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.4.Very good59 Hotels.com guest reviews
    sequence MIYASHITA PARK
  • Shibuya Granbell hotel

    Shibuya Granbell hotel

    3.5-star

    Sakuragaokacho0.4 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.2.Very good323 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Shibuya Granbell hotel
  • Shibuya Hotel En

    Shibuya Hotel En

    3-star

    Dogenzaka0.5 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous313 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Shibuya Hotel En
  • SHIBUYA STREAM EXCEL HOTEL TOKYU

    SHIBUYA STREAM EXCEL HOTEL TOKYU

    3.5-star

    Sakuragaokacho0.4 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating9.2.Superb388 Hotels.com guest reviews
    SHIBUYA STREAM EXCEL HOTEL TOKYU
  • Tokyu Stay Shibuya

    Tokyu Stay Shibuya

    3-star

    Shinsencho0.8 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous346 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Tokyu Stay Shibuya
  • Hotel Wing International Premium Shibuya

    Hotel Wing International Premium Shibuya

    3.5-star

    Udagawacho0.4 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous33 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Wing International Premium Shibuya
  • Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel

    Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel

    3-star

    Dogenzaka0.2 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.4.Very good390 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel
  • Tokyu Stay Shibuya Shin-minamiguchi

    Tokyu Stay Shibuya Shin-minamiguchi

    3-star

    Uguisudanicho0.7 kilometer to Shibuya Crossing

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous304 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Tokyu Stay Shibuya Shin-minamiguchi
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Shibuya Crossing Hotels

With its dazzling neon lights, blaring video screens, and frenetic ambience, Shibuya Crossing is to Tokyo what Times Square is to New York. One of the world’s busiest pedestrian crossings, it has over the years established itself as the city’s most iconic sight, thanks to its appearance in countless Japanese TV shows and music videos, and international films such as Lost in Translation and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. No visit to Tokyo is complete until you’ve hurried across what locals refer to as the Shibuya ‘scramble’.

Things to see

It’s estimated that around 500,000 people use Shibuya Crossing each day, and the mad dash that ensues every time the traffic lights change is a mesmerising sight to behold. One of the best places from which to observe the ordered chaos is the Starbucks in the nearby Tsutaya building. The floor-to-ceiling windows of the second floor seating area look directly over the intersection – little wonder it’s one of the busiest branches of the coffee house chain on the planet.

Once you’ve had your fill of this particular sensory overload, more amazing spectacle awaits at nearby Shibuya 109. This sprawling, 10-storery shopping complex is the spiritual home of youth fashion in Tokyo, and has over the years played a key role in the emergence of uniquely Japanese subcultures such as gyaru – a long-standing trend among young women for wearing garish make-up and dressing ultra-girlishly. For a drastic change of pace, head to idyllic Yoyogi Park. With lush forest glades, elegant fountains, and colourful flowerbeds galore, it’s one of Tokyo’s loveliest urban oases.

Hotels in Shibuya Crossing

There’s a great selection of hotels in Shibuya Crossing to choose from. You’ll find outstanding 4-5 star hotels housed in soaring skyscrapers, boasting luxurious facilities like full-service health spas, heated indoor pools, chic cocktail bars, and restaurants serving gourmet international cuisine. Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu and Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel are highly recommended. Your room may come with a breath-taking view of the Tokyo skyline, plus decadent features like premium bedding, a deep soaking bath tub, and free designer toiletries. If your budget won’t stretch to such self-indulgence, there are also plenty of appealing mid-range options, offering great perks like free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and a lavish hotel buffet to tempt you out of bed each morning.

Where to stay

As the epicentre of Tokyo youth culture, Shibuya Crossing is one of the city’s most enthralling and energetic locations. The nightlife around here is legendary, with sleek subterranean superclubs, effortlessly elegant cocktail bars, and raucous karaoke bars all vying for your attention. When it comes to eating out, you’ll find that all bases are covered. The area boasts some of Tokyo’s most prestigious Michelin star restaurants, serving expertly prepared delicacies like mouth-watering, top grade Wagyu beef, and succulent steamed abalone. If you’re after something a little less flashy, you’ll also find plenty of cosy, family-run eateries, offering irresistible Japanese staples like warming ramen noodle soup and crispy tempura prawns.

How to get to Shibuya Crossing

If you’re travelling from overseas, you’ll most likely arrive in Tokyo via either Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport. From Haneda, you can reach Shibuya in around 35 minutes by train – take the Keikyu-Kuko to Shinagawa station, and from here take the Yamanote line to Shibuya station. A taxi may take under 25 minutes without traffic, but could take you up to an hour at peak times. From Narita, you can get there in around 70 minutes by train – take the Skyliner to Nippori station, then the Yamanote line to Shibuya station. A taxi may take up to 90 minutes in traffic, while you should allow up to 2 hours if you’re travelling by Airport Limousine bus.

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