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03 May, 2008

tokyo accommodation research

I've been busy searching in the web for Tokyo accommodations. It's been quite known that most Tokyo hotel accommodations have smaller rooms unless you are paying for premier ones or suites but you can expect to pay alot more for those options. One other option is to book a serviced or furnished apartment which can be found quite easily via a few websites. For those who are keen, you can check out Oakwood apartments, Somerset, Tokyu Stays, PAREStudio, to name a few. The thing with these apartments is that they usually won't confirm your booking til 2-3 weeks before traveling time unless you are booking for a stay of more than a month, except the Somerset residences, which are opened for short stays too.

Accommodation hunting can be fun cos I love to check out the rooms, facilities, location and other travel features. I guess that's the passion of someone who loves to see the world :)

5 comments:

Sandra Prangenberg said...

Now-a-days it has become very easy to find about the accomodations as every thing is known on the net it self which saves our time and money too.

claudine said...

Do they have a key fee, or a huge deposit that you have to put down in order to rent an apartment. I read that some areas in the world have such a fee.

Cheap Hosting said...

Accomodation cost in tokyo is always mounting like anything.

BMS Travel said...

Accomodations in Tokyo have to be smaller due to the lack of spare land. As interesting as these places are it is sometimes alot better to explore the many delights of Europe.

Kess & her mama said...

Ditto. Busy doing the same for NY. Fun but takes time.