Hotels near Marunouchi
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This is Japan's most significant business district and home of the Imperial Palace. General Douglas MacArthur commanded his occupation troops from a district office that still exists today. But in more recent history, Marunuchi has become the epicenter of the nation's economy, with more than 25 percent of Japan's GDP coming from the few square miles of this district. Japan's top brands are sold along Naka-dori, Marunuchi's cobblestone main street. From November to February, streets in the area are decorated with nearly 1 million festive lights.

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Hyatt Regency Tokyo
Hyatt Regency Tokyo
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3.8
2890 reviews
2-7-2 Nishi-Shinjuku Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo
from $2
Sunshine City Prince Hotel Ikebukuro Tokyo
Sunshine City Prince Hotel Ikebukuro Tokyo
3-1-5 Higashi-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
from $0
Remm Hibiya
Remm Hibiya
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4.0
1395 reviews
1-2-1 Yuraku-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $1
Tokyo Green Palace
Tokyo Green Palace
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3.5
712 reviews
2, Niban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $0
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
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4.1
292 reviews
1-11-1 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $6
Ginza Creston
Ginza Creston
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4.0
760 reviews
8 Akashi-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
from $1
Akihabara Washington Hotel
Akihabara Washington Hotel
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3.6
709 reviews
1-8-3 Sakumacho, Kanda Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $0
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi
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3.5
1377 reviews
2-11-1 Kyobashi Chuo-ku, Tokyo
from $1
APA Hotel Ginza-Takaracho
APA Hotel Ginza-Takaracho
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3.5
945 reviews
3-11-2 Kyobash Chuo-City, Tokyo
from $2
Hotel Park Side
Hotel Park Side
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4.0
249 reviews
2-11-18 Ueno Taito-ku, Tokyo
from $0
More About Hotels near Marunouchi...

This is Japan's most significant business district and home of the Imperial Palace. General Douglas MacArthur commanded his occupation troops from a district office that still exists today. But in more recent history, Marunuchi has become the epicenter of the nation's economy, with more than 25 percent of Japan's GDP coming from the few square miles of this district. Japan's top brands are sold along Naka-dori, Marunuchi's cobblestone main street. From November to February, streets in the area are decorated with nearly 1 million festive lights.

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