Hotels near Hibiya
Hibiya is a small neighborhood bordering the fashionable Ginza shopping district. The small district is known for its beautiful Hibiya Park with its open air concert halls. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Hibiya

Candeo Hotels Uenokoen
Candeo Hotels Uenokoen
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4.0
628 reviews
1-2-13 Negishi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
from $104
Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Grand Hyatt Tokyo
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4.0
1006 reviews
6-10-3 Roppongi Minato-Ku, Tokyo
from $335
Hotel Monterey Akasaka
Hotel Monterey Akasaka
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4.1
1005 reviews
4-9-24 Akasaka Minato-ku, Tokyo
from $130
Hotel Monterey Ginza
Hotel Monterey Ginza
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3.8
1729 reviews
2-10-2 Ginza, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo
from $90
Tokyo Green Palace
Tokyo Green Palace
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3.8
630 reviews
2, Niban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $83
Hilton Tokyo
Hilton Tokyo
6-6-2, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
from $192
Ginza Creston
Ginza Creston
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3.8
551 reviews
8 Akashi-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
from $122
HUNDRED STAY Tokyo Shinjuku
HUNDRED STAY Tokyo Shinjuku
2-27-7 Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
from $113
Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Ginza
Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Ginza
6-14-10 Ginza Chuo-ku, Tokyo
from $129
K's House Tokyo
K's House Tokyo
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4.1
137 reviews
Taito-ku, Kuramae 3-20-10, Tokio
from $24
More About Hotels near Hibiya...

To stay near Hibiya Park and the Imperial Gardens without emptying your wallet, try the Sotetsu Fresa Inn Shimbashi-Hibiyaguchi. For an upscale stay, the Marunouchi Hotel is a very short walk from both Hibiya and the Imperial Palace. The Dai Ichi Hotel Annex is in a great location, putting you close to your every Hibiya destination.

Enjoy Kilometers of Flora

Getting around Hibiya is easy on foot, and travelling to the rest of Tokyo is simple if you take the subway via the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line. Walk through 40 acres of picturesque Hibiya Park, one of the main draws of this neighborhood. It has beautiful flowers, a fountain, and multiple outdoor halls and venues. Stay at the Remm Hibiya to be steps away from the beautiful park.

The Imperial Palace is located directly to the northeast of Hibiya, with its gardens brushing against one edge of the neighborhood. It's hard to say whether the palace itself or the kilometers of surrounding gardens are more stunning; both are truly spectacular and worth a visit. 

Don't Visit in the Rainy Season

Since you'll probably spend a lot of time outside in the gardens when you visit Hibiya, avoid June and July, which is Japan's rainy season. If you don't want to spend a lot of money on travel and hotels or deal with other tourists, avoid New Year's, Golden Week (which happens at the end of April), and the O-Bon Festival (which occurs in the middle of August). Otherwise, check out the Toshi Center Hotel for good accommodations at a very reasonable price. 

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