The 14 Best Family Hotels in Tokyo, Japan (Updated 2024)

Last Updated: April 12th, 2024

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From its traditional shrines to its modern gardens, parks, and skyscrapers, Tokyo is one of those few travel destinations that genuinely offers something for everybody, including families.

Despite it being one of the planet’s largest and busiest cities, Tokyo is remarkably child-friendly, making it a favorite spot for families of all ages. What’s more, the city even features a great selection of attractions and activities specifically for young families, such as Disneyland Tokyo, the Legoland Discovery Centre, and the Ueno Zoological Gardens.

Here are the very best family hotels in Tokyo to help you and your family get the stress-free Japanese holiday experience you deserve.

The Top Family Hotels in Tokyo, Japan

1. Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

City Center of Tokyo

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This high-end hotel in a modern-day fairy-tale tower is 11 km from the Tokyo Imperial Palace and only a 9-minute walk from Shinjuku Station.

Boasting over 1,400 rooms, 20 restaurants and bars, and two rooftop pools (one for kids), the upscale Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is a mega facility spanning two high-rise towers in the center city.

All rooms have modern amenities, including air purifiers and humidifiers, minibars, WiFI, and flat-screen TVs. Dining options are endless, with nearly two dozen restaurants to choose from, ranging from traditional Japanese restaurants, in stone and bamboo settings, to international buffets and live show cooking.

The facilities house a parking garage, spa, gym, shopping mall, arcade, convenience store, and more. More than enough to keep your entire family engaged for your vacation in Japan.

Room service is also available, of course. The hotel’s rooms (especially the upgraded ones) also offer some of the best panoramic views of Tokyo.

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2. Hilton Tokyo Bay

An Official Disney franchise Hotel

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The Hilton Tokyo Bay is an official Disney franchise hotel, a perfect lodging option for families with young children. It hosts a large outdoor pool, an indoor pool, and fitness equipment. This hotel also features huge family rooms accommodating up to seven guests, making it a great selection for larger families.

The Hotel Tokyo Bay is highly accommodative for kids, offers plenty of entertainment options, and is located at the epicenter of Tokyo. Most of Tokyo’s districts are easily accessible from the hotel via subway and public transit.

Featuring Japanese, fairy tale, or pastel themes, these impressive rooms have all modern amenities, including flat-screen TVs and DVD players. Furthermore, suites come with living rooms and separate themed kids’ bedrooms.

If you travel to Tokyo with children under five, you’ll be glad to know that they’ll stay for free thanks to the Disney policy. You can’t beat that!

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3. Ginza Grand Hotel

4 Minutes Walk From Shimbashi Station

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The Ginza Grand Hotel is another family-friendly mega hotel near Tokyo’s Shimbashi Station.

From its kid-friendly room themes, such as Hello Kitty decor, to babysitting services, complimentary breakfast for kids under six, a children’s pool, and even a bowling alley, there are few lodging options as kid-friendly in Tokyo.

But, the Ginza Grand Hotel is also excellent for adulting as well. There are plenty of sites and things to do within walking distance of the hotel.

For example, less than a five-minute walking distance lies the Tsukiji fish market and the famous Tokyo Tower. And, for the ladies and little princesses of the family, there is also a beauty parlor on the premises.

Rooms are plush, with all the everyday comforts you’d expect from an upscale hotel (and then some). Getting around Tokyo is also easy from this location, only five minutes walking distance from one of Tokyo’s central public transit hubs, Shimbashi Station.

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4. Imperial Hotel Tokyo

Hibiya District of Tokyo

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The 931-room Imperial Hotel Tokyo is another of Tokyo’s massive and upscale lodging options, this one located in Hibiya. Housed in an original structure that dates back to around 1890, the hotel hosts all modern amenities, including an indoor pool, spa, salon, and dining options.

Sushi, Chinese, fine French cuisine, international buffets, and traditional Japanese restaurants are for dinner while lodging at Imperial Hotel Tokyo (unless you prefer to eat off the premises). You can also experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony at the hotel if you so wish.

The hotel’s rooms are modern, comfortable, and spacious. Each room comes with a large bathroom. Some rooms even have Bluetooth speakers and an intelligent console to control curtains, lights, TV, and air conditioning.

In addition, if you have younger kids in the family, there is an on-site daycare center, with specially trained staff who you can trust your children with.

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5. Hotel East 21 Tokyo

City Center of Tokyo

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The East 21 Tokyo Hotel is a large, lively lodging establishment east of Tokyo’s primary metropolitan center. It’s very close to Tokyo Disney as well.

The high-rise hotel has three magnificent pools to choose from. The two bigger outdoor pools even have private walkways and gardens but come with an extra access fee.

The 396 rooms are sleek and modern and host simple yet classy decor. They come with all the amenities you are used to in a good hotel, such as free Wi-Fi, free flat-screen TVs, coffee maker, AC, and much more.

The facility also houses a gym, parking garage, 24-hour-a-day help desk, and eight bars and restaurants. Everything from steak to sushi as well as room service (which is available 24 hours a day) is on the menu.

Whether you’re looking for a hotel with a family-friendly pub where you can relax (with a drink) after exploring Tokyo or want the ability to order food delivered to your room (regardless of the time or day – with minimal wait), the Hotel East 21 Tokyo is one to consider.

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6. The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda

Haneda International Terminal

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The upscale Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda is not only conveniently located inside the Haneda International Terminal but also the only one. This makes it perhaps the most convenient hotel for families visiting Tokyo (let alone travelers taking overnight trips or on a long layover).

The 313 rooms include a spacious family room with four beds, sofas, armchairs, and bathrooms with wet room showers and tubs.

This makes perfect sense for families who plan to stick around for a few days and want to feel at home. Furthermore, all rooms are carefully designed for traveler convenience and come equipped with all modern amenities.

If you are after one of the most convenient and comfortable lodging experiences in Tokyo for families, look no further than The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda. Few hotels make it so easy for families to spend time together and to get around Tokyo so conveniently.

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7. Shinagawa Prince Hotel Tokyo

Next to Shinagawa Station

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The Shinagawa Prince Hotel is a vast mid-range complex offering 3679 rooms spread over four high-rise towers.

If you and the whole family want to experience Tokyo in style, this hotel is definitely an impressive one to lodge at. The hotel offers everything your family could need during the trip and is within walking distance of most of Tokyo’s tourist sites and popular attractions.

The hotel rooms are more than family-functional (and comfortable). They come with everything from mini-fridges and flat-screen TVs to modern bathrooms, AC, WiFi, and more. That said, some of the older rooms may not have as many options.

The hotel’s complex includes two swimming pools, more than a dozen food and beverage options, tennis courts, a shopping center, a cinema, an arcade, a bowling alley, and an on-site aquarium.

Another plus is that the hotel sits directly beside JR Shinagawa station.

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8. Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi

2 km From Tokyo Imperial Palace

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Four Seasons is a well-known and trusted lodging option around the world. Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi features large family-sized rooms and welcomes kids. The staff speaks English and Japanese and is extremely knowledgeable about the area.

Furthermore, the staff is very kid-friendly, unlike many hotels. That said, kids have a welcoming cookie gift to look forward to upon arrival (and kid-sized slippers are also available).

However, there are no pets allowed on the property. So, if you have four-legged friends, you’ll have to leave them at home, find them a kennel, or skip this lodging option altogether.

The rooms are all modern and plush and offer great views of the main Tokyo Station. Plenty of tourist attractions, shops, restaurants, and museums are within a five to ten-minute walk from the hotel.

Room service is also available so you can order from the on-site restaurant.

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9. Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku

Shinjuku District of Tokyo

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If you want to experience the middle of Tokyo’s Shinjuku District, the Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku Hotel is a popular lodging choice for the area, attracting families, couples, large groups of tourists, solo travelers, and businessmen.

The modern upper-range chain hotel has an on-site chic Italian restaurant, cocktail bar, hot tubs, fitness center, and more. It is also within walking distance of numerous additional restaurants, cafes, and shops.

The hotel’s 624 rooms are smaller than many of the rooms on our list, but they are comfortable and elegantly designed. Amenities include mini-fridges, flat-screen TVs, beautiful bathrooms, comfortable beds, and much more. And parents (or grandparents) with young children will also love that kids under six stay for free.

The facilities include a spa for the ladies and little girls and a conference space, an excellent solution for an on-site family reunion or birthday party.

Furthermore, the hotel is conveniently located near many tourist attractions and minutes from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and the Shinto Meiji Shrine.

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10. Onsen Ryokan Yuen Shinjuku

500 Meters From Taisan-Ji Temple

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If your family is looking for the best family hotel in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district, Onsen Ryokan Yuen Shinjuku is a real consideration. Only 500 meters from Taisan-Ji Temple, there is much to see and do for the family who loves to explore.

The hotel is in a friendly, quiet area, but only about 10 minutes walking distance from the hustle and bustle of the Shinjuku area.

The hotel’s rooftop offers a unique and fantastic view of Tokyo and gives the whole family a place to relax outside the room but away from the crowded Tokyo streets. The hotel rooms are all modern, very clean, and quite large for what is usually found in Tokyo (perfect for families). That said, no pets are allowed, and there is no parking, fitness center, or pools.

Additional noteworthy features of the Onsen Ryokan Yuen Shinjuku include a minimalist restaurant and an old-school open-air bathhouse with a whole natural hot spring water vibe.

The hotel could be considered pretty basic compared to others on our list. Regardless, it is more than suitable for your family’s visit to Japan.

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11. ICI HOTEL Asakusabashi

Taito District of Tokyo

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The Ici Hotel Asakusabashi by Relief enjoys a privileged location in the Taito district of Tokyo, 200 meters from Ichogaoka Hachiman Shrine, and only 300 meters from the city’s main conference center.

The location is strategic and very close to Akihabara. The hotel’s service is known to be top-notch, and the staff is very attentive and professional.

Kombini, bars, restaurants, tourist attractions, and kid-friendly establishments lie nearby. The Asakusabashi metro station is also five minutes from the hotel, making it more than quick and easy to further explore the city and all it offers.

Only two km from the hotel is the Edo-Tokyo Museum, and 3 km further is the famous Tsukiji Market boasting some of Japan’s best shopping and seafood selections. The rooms are sleekly designed and modern, with an industrial sort of vibe about them. All the rooms have standard amenities such as coffeemakers, mini-fridges, desks, TVs, WiFi, and more.

Set in a venerable district renowned for traditional doll, bead, and handicraft shops, this modern hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Asakusabashi metro station. It’s 2 km from the Edo-Tokyo Museum and 5 km from Tsukiji Outer Market, with shops and seafood restaurants.

One of the best things about Ici? If you want to travel with your dog, this hotel has rooms you can rent with your furry friend in mind!

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12. Hamacho Hotel Tokyo

2 km From Tokyo’s Museum of Contemporary Art

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A lovely, elegant hotel with comfortable and family-sized rooms, the 3-star Hamacho Hotel Tokyo offers air-conditioned accommodations with private bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, and more.

The building is modern and appealing, with trees and plants woven throughout its facade. The accommodations within are excellent for families, with comfortable beds and all the amenities you are used to getting in a good hotel.

The attached bar and restaurant are a nice touch when you want to stay with the family on those rainy days or enjoy a family meal at the end of the night. Set on a busy street, this modern hotel is just 2 km from the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.

Additionally, It’s only a 13-minute walk from the tranquil 19th-century Kiyosumi Garden and less than ten minutes walking distance from the Suitengu-Mae metro station.

Specific accommodations range from basically minimalist rooms with beds, a desk, and a chair, to fully upgraded rooms with wet bars, record players, sitting areas, and balconies with spectacular city views of Tokyo.

All rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs as well. The hotel also offers apartments, which are always an excellent choice for families with a bigger budget.

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13. Hotel Ueno Tokyo

5-Minute Walk From Shrine Shitaya

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Located 500 meters from the shrine Shitaya is another great family-friendly hotel option, the Nohga Ueno Tokyo Hotel. The hotel has family-sized rooms and a restaurant, private parking, a gym, a common lounge, and a 24-hr service desk with staff available around the clock.

The restaurant on-site offers a blend of local and foreign cuisine options and has a friendly staff that speaks English and Japanese. Set in the Ueno district of Japan, the hotel is only 2 km from Ueno Park, one of the main reasons it is on this list. The park is home to a beautiful lake and zoo.

And, even more, the Ueno train station is only a five-minute walk away, so getting around is a breeze. Shops, restaurants, plenty of kid-friendly activities, and tourist attractions are all within minutes of walking distance from the hotel.

Rooms include posh furniture, comfy bed, WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges, and more. Upgrades such as coffee machines, extra sofas, kitchenettes, and more are also available.

Another bonus point is that kids aged nine and under stay at no charge with an adult in existing beds.

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14. Mimaru Tokyo Nihombashi Suitengumae

Within 15-Minute Walk of Edo Tokyo Museum

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Setting just over a mile from some of Tokyo’s best family-type tourist attractions is our last family-friendly hotel suggestion, the Mimaru Tokyo Nihombashi Suitengumae hotel.

Modern and comfortable rooms are only one fantastic aspect. The hotel is close to the Tokyo Haneda International Airport (less than ten minutes by car), and even closer to the Kachidoki Bridge and the Imperial Palace (less than three km).

The Hotel offers free WIFI throughout the property; each unit has a flat-screen TV and a kitchen. All rooms also have a private bathroom, shower, hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries. Rooms also feature a convenient seating area.

No parking is available, and pets are not allowed on the premises either. However, the facility is safe and secure, monitored by CCTV, and the room doors operate via key card access, making it a good option for your family if security is a significant concern. Another downside is that the staff may not understand English best as they speak mainly Japanese and Russian.

It is still a great choice for families, especially Japanese-speaking families. Board games, puzzles, and other forms of family entertainment are also available.

There is a luggage storage space for leaving gear behind while exploring and a coin launderette and vending machines. For those who prefer, housekeeping and room service are also available daily for an extra charge.

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FAQs About Booking A Family-Friendly Hotel in Tokyo

What is there to do for families in Tokyo?

Tokyo is a great destination for families, promising a great variety of attractions and activities for you and your little ones. Some of the best things for families to do in Tokyo include visiting Disneyland Tokyo, the Legoland Discovery Centre, and the Samurai Museum.

Where is the best place for families to stay in Tokyo?

Tokyo Bay and Odaiba Island are the best areas in Tokyo for families. These popular areas promise plenty of tourist infrastructure and resort-style hotels within close proximity to popular beaches and attractions, with many hotels even offering free shuttle services to Tokyo Disney.

What is the best luxury hotel in Tokyo for families?

With over 20 onsite restaurants and bars, two rooftop pools, and plenty of modern amenities and facilities, the Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is the best luxury hotel, promising plenty of opulence for visiting families. The Royal Park Hotel and Hamacho Hotel Tokyo are great up-scale alternatives at slightly more affordable nightly rates.

What is the best family hotel in Tokyo near Disneyland Tokyo?

An officially franchised hotel within the Tokyo Disney Resort, the Hilton Tokyo Bay is the best hotel in the city near Disneyland park and is the perfect option for families visiting the park.

About The Author

Lewis Ogden is a UK-based entrepreneur, travel enthusiast, dad, husband, and the founder and owner of WayToStay. He started his blog to share his own travel experiences and provide free EPIC travel guides. He caught the travel bug back in 2009 on a trip to Italy with his wife and has visited many different countries each year since. In 2018 he took an island-hopping trip to Greece (who doesn't love Greek food!) and loved the experience which made him eager to explore the rest of Europe!

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Lewis Ogden

Lewis Ogden is a UK-based entrepreneur, travel enthusiast, dad, husband, and the founder and owner of WayToStay. He started his blog to share his own travel experiences and provide free EPIC travel guides. He caught the travel bug back in 2009 on a trip to Italy with his wife and has visited many different countries each year since. In 2018 he took an island-hopping trip to Greece (who doesn't love Greek food!) and loved the experience which made him eager to explore the rest of Europe!

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