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Hotels We Use in Japan

If you want to know more about the hotels for your group tour, we provide a hotel list with the name, address, and contact information of the hotels. Compared to hotels in Western countries, Japanese hotel rooms are relatively smaller. For a 4 star hotel in Japan, the average size is about 22-29 meter sq (236 to 313 sq ft). It is important to understand this cultural difference to avoid any confusion or inconvenience in Japan. Our hotel choices are usually within 3.5 to 4 star rating. Occasionally, we do use 5 star hotels such as the Hilton Narita Hotel. Smoking is generally not allowed in the public area in Japan, however, for private property, owners can decide the permission to smoke. So, some of the restaurants and hotels do allow smoking. We will try our best to arrange a non-smoking room during your Japan trip for Non-smokers, but non-smoking room are usually not available for hot spring hotels. If you prefer a non-smoking room, please inform your agent in advance. Our group tour usually includes a one night stay in a hot spring hotel(Ryokan). Considering the preferences of our previous clients, we will arrange western style room instead of the traditional Japanese Tatami room. Most of the hotels in Hokkaido are hot spring hotels. Because hot spring hotels are unique to Japanese culture, it is hard to measure the experience with the generic criteria on the hotel. Traditional hot spring hotels are usually small and ancient, but we still keep them on the itinerary so you can have the most authentic taste of Japanese culture. Thus, your understanding and respect on the hot spring hotels are highly appreciated.
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Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport
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Grand Hilton Seoul
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Howard Johnson Incheon Airport
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Tokyo Toshi Center Hotel
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Tokyo Dome Hotel
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Shinjuku Granbell Hotel Tokyo
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Hyatt Regency Osaka
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Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka
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Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport
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Star Gate Hotel Kansai Airport
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Westin Miyako Hotel Kyoto
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Kyoto Crystal Hotel III
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Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto
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Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima
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The Hamanako Hotel Hamamatsu
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Sapporo Tokyu Rei Hotel
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New Akan Hotel Hokkaido
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Sounkyo Kankou Hotel Hokkaido
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Hanwha Resort Seorak Sorano
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Tokyo Prince Hotel
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Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Ariake
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Hotels We Use in Japan FAQ

  • Are Japan hotel rooms small?
    Japanese hotels are generally smaller compare with American and European type hotels. A typical room of 4-stars Japanese hotel is about 24 to 28 square meter (or 230 to 300 square foot).
  • Can I request a nonsmoking room in Japan?
    Most hotels in Japan do not have smoking restriction, especially hot spring hotels. However, we can try to arrange nonsmoking room upon request.
  • How are the hot spring hotels in Japan?
    If you want to stay in a traditional hot spring hotel, please inform your representative in advance and we will try to accommodate your need. Most of the hotels, especially those in Hokkaido, are long-established and traditional, thus are very hard to rate with standards.
  • Does every hotel provide breakfast and what foods are provided?
    All the breakfasts are included. The breakfasts are served with both Japanese and Western foods in buffet style. Hotel breakfast hours are usually from 7:00AM to 9:00AM. If you need to catch your flight and do not have time for breakfast on the last day, our tour guide can help to order a breakfast box to go.
  • Do I have to pay a single room supplement if I join in the tour group by myself?
    If you are traveling alone, single supplement fee will apply because you will have your own room. The single supplement fee is the additional charge to compensate for half of the room price. Because tourists are with different cultural backgrounds and habits, we do not pair up single travelers. If you do not want to pay the single supplement fee, you are welcome to invite a guest to travel with you.
  • If I pay for the single supplement fee, what type of room will I get?
    You will have your own single room if you pay the single supplement fee. However, the single rooms in Japan are usually smaller than the standard rooms. Thus, you will get a smaller single room even if single supplement fee is paid.
  • I need a nonsmoking room. Can it be arranged?
    In Japan, some hotels have certain floors and rooms dedicated to nonsmoking guests. However, some other hotels, like the hot spring hotels, do not offer nonsmoking rooms. We will try to arrange nonsmoking rooms for you. If you do not like a hotel room in Japan, you may ask the tour guide to assist you on switching to a different room.
  • Do all the hotels provide baggage service?
    In Japan, except for some five stars hotels, most three and four stars hotels do not provide baggage service. However, our tour guide can help you with the luggage. Most hotels in Japan are carefully designed and allow easy transfer of luggage to the rooms.
  • If three people share a room, what type of room will be provided?
    Most hotels in Japan offer triple rooms. However, if the hotel does not have triple rooms, we will arrange a larger room and add in an extra small bed. Given that hotels in Japan are generally smaller than other countries, you may also consider paying the single supplement fee to add an extra room.
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