Hotels Tokyo Christmas Market
Are you planning to stay in Tokyo during the Christmas market? We have created the latest guide for Tokyo to help you find a restaurant, an activity, a guided tour and best hotels close to the Tokyo Hibiya Park – Tokyo Christmas Market for the Winter of 2021!
The Singapore Christmas Market known as Tokyo Christmas Market 2021 – A taste of Europe in Tokyo is a magical place that comes to life in the heart of Tokyo, a few weeks before Christmas.
This year the market runs from 10th December 2021 to 25th December 2021. The Singapore Christmas Market is located on Hibiya Park, Tokyo downtown. The other popular Christmas Market in Tokyo are the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Christmas Market, Ebisu Garden Place Christmas Market, Roppongi Hills Christmas Market,Roppongi Tokyo Midtown Winter Moments,Tokyo Skytree Town Christmas, Akasaka Ark Hills Christmas,. Ikebukuro Christmas Market
How is the weather in Tokyo in December?
The average temperature in December is about 12° / 4° (low) and light rain is possible as well. A warm, waterproof coat or jacket is a must during the winter in Tokyo and Japan if you plan to visit during the Christmas period!
Best Restaurants in Tokyo for the perfect Christmas Dinner
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Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital, mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. The opulent Meiji Shinto Shrine is known for its towering gate and surrounding woods. The Imperial Palace sits amid large public gardens. The city’s many museums offer exhibits ranging from classical art (in the Tokyo National Museum) to a reconstructed kabuki theater (in the Edo-Tokyo Museum).
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1. Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo 4* – Hotels Near Tokyo Christmas Market
Located just a 5-minute walk from the popular Ginza area, Daiichi Hotel Tokyo offers spacious modern rooms with free WiFi. Guests can request for relaxing massages after a workout at the fitness centre or a swim at the indoor pool. It also boast 10 dining options with various cuisines.
JR Shimbashi Station is only a 2-minute walk away, and the Imperial Palace can be reached within a 20-minute walk. The Odaiba area is a 20-minute train ride away. Famous Tsukiji Fish Market is 7 minutes away by car or taxi. Direct airport limousine buses to/from both Narita and Haneda airports are available from the hotel.
The air-conditioned rooms have warm lighting and carpeted floors. Each includes a flat-screen TV, a minibar, and an electric kettle with green tea bags. All rooms feature a Simmons mattress and memory foam pillows to ensure a good night’s rest.
In the commercial Shimbashi district, this high-end hotel is 4 minutes’ walk from Shimbashi metro station, 2 km from the Tokyo Tower and 5 km from Tokyo Imperial Palace.
Elegant rooms provide desks, flat-screen TVs and DVD players, plus free Wi-Fi and loaner smartphones. Many offer city views; suites add living areas. In-room massages and room service are available.
There are 11 restaurants and bars, including a French-inspired eatery, a sushi bar and a teppanyaki grill, as well as a chic bar overlooking the city. Breakfast is offered for an extra charge.
Very good value (helpful to have a genius discount on Booking.com). Very comfortable and large size rooms and in very good location in the middle of ginza near Shimbashi station. Room service fairly average but overall worth the expense.
Perfect location for visits to Ginza by foot and direct access to Shimbashi station with JR, Yamanote line and the subway. Very friendly and service minded personnel. Good Wifi included in the price.
Both Japanese and Western breakfast available.
Two convenient stores right next door where you can buy any foods or drinks as alternative to hotel breakfast. A nice variety of restaurants in the hotel and endless options just outside.
Check out Corridor street Ginza. Many have English menus nowadays. You will not be disappointed at Dai Ichi Hotel.
How much does a room costs at Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo?
This twin room has a minibar, electric kettle and bathrobe.
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2. Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier 4* – Hotels Near Tokyo Christmas Market
Offering high-floor views of the city and Tokyo Bay, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier provides chic and stylish rooms that went through a renovation in March 2013. It is a 4-minute walk from Shinbashi Station and a 10-minute walk from the Ginza area. Free Wi-Fi is provided throughout the property.
Located above the 16th floor, all rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV on the wall, a fridge and an air purifier/humidifier. Guests can make coffee and tea, enjoy a soak in the private bath, or watch one of the video-on-demand movies available for purchase.
Tsukiji Fish Market is just an 8-minute walk from Ginza Premier Mitsui Garden Hotel, while Hama Rikyu Park is a 10-minute walk away.
This polished downtown high-rise hotel is 1 km from the Hama-rikyu Gardens, 3 km from the Tokyo Imperial Palace, and 4 km from the observatory and light shows at the Tokyo Tower.
Warm rooms with city views feature Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs, seating areas and minifridges, as well as tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms have tubs with skyline views; some include espresso machines, DVD players and Bose stereos.
Breakfast is available (fee). There’s also a modern Italian restaurant overlooking Tokyo, plus a lounge featuring live music and a bar made from a 600-year-old tree.
The Mitsui Garden is a rather curious mix of modest accommodation and a fairly upscale bar and restaurant. By “modest”, I mean that our room was inexpensive and very small (as we expected). The room had all the features of a typical hotel room, such as a desk and a wardrobe, but all arranged in a way that makes maximum use of available space. As a guest, you’ll need to be as ingenious as the interior designer if you want to find space to open your luggage.
When staying at the Mitsui Garden, we tended to use Shimbashi Station as our transport hub. It’s a short walk away and has good links to the main rail and subway lines of Tokyo.
Taxis were plentiful even at 5.00am and the market is a very short ride from the hotel. To top it off, the Mitsui Garden has great views of the Tokyo Tower. The lobby is a favourite spot for selfies with the tower in the background.
We decided not to have breakfast in the hotel restaurant. We never felt sufficiently hungry to justify the very considerable cost. There are numerous other nearby breakfast options, including of course Tsukiji Market.
How much does a room costs at Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier?
Prices start 100$/night for Moderate Room. The Superior Queen Room with Tokyo Tower View from Bath is 200$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This double room has air conditioning, sofa and electric kettle.
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3. The Peninsula Tokyo 5* – Hotels Near Tokyo Hibiya Station
The Peninsula Tokyo pampers its guests with a spa centre and a fitness club with a swimming pool and sun loungers, overlooking the Imperial Palace Gardens. It’s a 3-minute walk from Ginza shopping district, and offers concierge services. Tokyo Station is just a 5-minute drive away.
Featuring designs with traditional Japanese influences, luxurious rooms boast a living area with sofas and a wide-screen TV, a bedroom with bed-side curtain controls and a marble bathroom with built-in flat-screen TV. They come with a dressing area, mood lighting and free WiFi.
Guests can relax with a massage or beauty treatment, or unwind in a sauna or an aromatherapy shower.
Set in the upscale Marunouchi business district, this luxury, high-rise hotel is 2.7 km from the Tokyo Tower, and 3 km from the Tokyo Imperial Palace.
Contemporary rooms offer free Wi-Fi and city views, along with dressing rooms, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and sitting areas with flat-screens. Suites feature living rooms; an upgraded suite adds a grand piano, a balcony and a complimentary tea ceremony. There’s 24-hour room service.
There are 3 elegant restaurants, 1 offering sushi-making classes and another serving Cantonese fare. There’s also a chic bar and a cafe, a posh spa, an indoor pool and a fitness center.
The Peninsula Tokyo has been my haven in Tokyo for many years.
Most aspects both in terms of hardware and service are in the superlative range.
The location is also hard to beat with easy access to train and metro stations, Ginza shopping and dining areas, and enjoy a splendid view of Hibiya Park and Imperial ground from the hotel rooms, pool terrace and restaurants.
Location location location! The closest station is Hibiya, but Yurakucho (more convenient in how many places you can get to from there) is just 5 mins easy walk.
Under the train tracks there are many many small restaurants, so cool! Also it’s just a 5-10 min walk to Ginza, or Tokyo Station. Super convenient!
Also the big park across the road and Imperial Palace nearby. Unfortunately we didn’t get to those this visit because it was way too hot.
The room is large and comfortable, and has a separate lounge area, so it feels a bit like an apartment. Double sinks (our room at Park Hyatt only had one so we appreciated it!) in the bathroom, and the typical Peninsula lovely large dressing room with butler box. Also USB ports and wireless charger in bedside drawers was handy – this is one modernisation we really noticed and enjoyed.
To start with location, The Peninsula is in Hibiya which is on the other side of the tracks from the famed Ginza shopping district but just opposite Hibiya Park and the Imperial Gardens. That is all properly swank. The interesting bit is Yarukucho (which you could argue is the true location of the hotel). This is the bit between the hotel and the Japan Rail and Shinkansen train tracks. This area is more down market but in the best possible way. The arches under the tracks are packed with local restaurants including a German beer garden and a couple of surprisingly good Italian joints.
What this also means is the entire Tokyo subway and rail systems are right there. For transportation within Tokyo and beyond, the Peninsula is unbeatable.
The Peninsula Tokyo is built on a surprisingly small parcel of land but they get a lot of goodness into it. Our room was a standard king but it included a large closet and dressing room to the right as you’d walk in and large bathroom with individual his and hers vanities, a soaker tub and a shower opposite that. The room is big enough to have a sitting area in addition to the bed. And – as a personal first – the room included a combo printer, scanner, fax machine which we did actually use.
The hotel has a spa and indoor salt-water infinity pool. The pool is configured for doing laps and has a beautiful view of Hibiya Park and the Imperial Gardens. Like everywhere else is the hotel, the service is extremely attentive. And, similarly, the standards of upkeep are extremely high.
The Peninsula has afternoon tea in the lobby. It may not have the line of people waiting for a seat that you’d see in Hong Kong but it is still a nice selection of savoury and sweet. The only complaint is that it took about 45 from ordering to receiving our food.
The basement has one of the two restaurants that serves breakfast.
What’s really interesting downstairs is that you get to watch the bakers and the chocolatiers. The baked goods are very good and the chocolates – made from Valrhona and Callebaut chocolate – are exceptionally good.
Combine all of the above with Japanese hospitality and an unbeatable location, there is little to negative say about The Peninsula Tokyo.
How much does a room costs at Hotel The Peninsula Tokyo?
This corner deluxe suite room overlooks views of Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace with its large windows in the living room. Guests will also find a bedroom, a spacious dressing room, a marble bathroom and a powder room.
Where to book online -Hotel The Peninsula Tokyo
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