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Tokyo's Ueno neighbourhood is best known for Ueno Park, a sprawling green space that draws over 10 million visitors a year. Established in 1873, it ranks among the oldest public parks in Japan, and while it's home to a few museums and a lake, its most celebrated feature is the sea of cherry blossoms come springtime. You can choose from several lodging options in Ueno, ranging from no-frills capsule pods to casual 3-star hotels. If you want to save on accommodation, note that room rates in this area are likely to increase around Christmas and New Year, during Japanese holidays such as Golden Week, and in the spring when the cherry blossoms in Ueno Park are in full bloom.

What are the Top Hotels in Ueno

At Centurion Hotel Ueno, you can stay in simply decorated rooms or opt for Japanese-style lodging with tatami mats and futon beds. There's a restaurant, and guests enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi. A 10-minute walk from both Ueno Park and the University of Tokyo, Hotel Graphy Nezu provides laid-back accommodation with shared or private bathrooms. Amenities include a restaurant, a bar, and free Wi-Fi. You can enjoy city views from the rooftop terrace, or rent a bicycle and explore the neighbourhood on two wheels. HOTEL MYSTAYS Ueno East features a restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and casual rooms. It is 20 minutes' walk from the historic Sensoji Temple.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Ueno?

There are a few hotels along the perimeter of the massive Ueno Park, including a couple of venues near Keisei Ueno railway station, but most of the accommodations in Ueno are located south or east of the park. There's a smattering of hotels east of Ueno railway station, a major transport hub that began operations in 1883. Ueno Station is the stop for Ueno Park and the museums inside it, such as Tokyo National Museum and The National Musuem of Western Art. You can also choose from a few hotels near Ueno-okachimachi subway station, which is surrounded by shops, dining establishments, and convenience stores.

What are Hotels like in Ueno?

Backpackers and budget-conscious tourists can consider staying in a capsule hotel, or in a hostel that provides either unfussy dorms or compact private rooms with shared bathrooms. Alternatively, you can book a ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) for an extra dose of culture. Rooms in ryokans have tatami floors and futon beds, and bathing facilities are communal. A large majority of the lodging options in Ueno consists of mid-range hotels, which offer rooms as small as 10 square metres, and limited amenities apart from complimentary Wi-Fi. Hotels with restaurants are the outliers in this neighbourhood, and they tend to be the fancier venues.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Ueno?

Pods in capsule hotels start at S$50 a night, while rooms in traditional ryokans cost an average of S$75 per night. Budget about S$60 to S$90 for a small private room in a hostel, or around S$100 for laid-back digs in a mid-range hotel. You can expect to pay around S$200 on average for the most sophisticated hotels in the Ueno area – note that these are 3- and 3.5-star properties – although there are a few venues that charge between S$225 and S$275 a night. Keep a lookout for great rates and special deals on Hotels.com, which can significantly reduce the cost of your lodging in Ueno.

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