Let’s be real, hotels with late checkouts are the best. Whether it’s because you had a big night out or just suffering from some jetlag, sometimes you just need to sleep in. And with these hotels, you can do just that.
Read on for our recommendations for the best hotels in Tokyo with late check out times. But just how late is late? Every hotel on this list allows check out until at least 12 p.m. at no extra charge.
Remm Roppongi12 p.m. check out
The hotel itself isn’t much to write home about, but the rooms have everything you need to enjoy your stay. The views from rooms on the higher floors are excellent though, and who’s going to complain about a massage chair in their room?
Mitsui Garden Roppongi12 p.m. check out
Mitsui Garden is another Roppongi hotel, although it’s a bit less central than Remm. It makes up for this with a nice modern set up, and facilities that include a gym and a restaurant/bar on the 14th floor.
The rooms are spacious, stylish and — above all — comfortable. Higher rooms have a nice view, but if you can’t snag one of those the aforementioned restaurant has an excellent balcony for you to enjoy instead.
Hotel The Celestine12 p.m. check out
Hotel The Celestine is just a stone’s throw away from one of Tokyo’s most iconic landmarks — Tokyo Tower. However, it’s just far away enough that the area is quiet and not too touristy.
The hotel is fairly classy, with some great facilities like a gym and restaurant/bar. Rooms aren’t huge, but they’re reasonable and definitely comfortable. Higher floor rooms have outstanding views of the Tokyo skyline, and some even offer glimpses of other landmarks like the Rainbow Bridge.Book here
AC Hotel12 p.m. check out
The rooms are bright and spacious, and the beds are so comfy you’ll have no problem sleeping in. There isn’t much in the way of views, but the rooftop terrace more than makes up for that.
Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo12 p.m. check out
Those who like their accommodation with good transport connections will like Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo — located right by Ikebukuro Station. This place leans towards a sleek and modern vibe, and the location in the neighborhood of Ikebukuro means that you have lots of choices for food and entertainment.
The hotel itself has a fitness center and pool, as well as a restaurant and bar. Rooms are on the simpler side, but some do have nice views of the Tokyo skyline.Book here
Sequence Miyashita Park2 p.m. check out
Sequence Miyashita Park is something of a Cheapo favorite as it strikes a good balance between comfort and affordability. That, and its location in the area between Yoyogi Park and Shibuya Station is convenient but not too noisy.
The hotel keeps things simple, without too many flashy extras, but there is a bar where you can grab a drink and the rooms have good views. Want to know the best part though? The wonderfully late check-out time of 2 p.m.
Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel12 p.m. check out
If you prefer instead to be in the heart of the action, Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel is a great choice. This sleek upmarket hotel is just a 5 minute walk from Shibuya Station, giving easy access to great shopping, dining, and transport options. Facilities include a gym, a pool, eight restaurants and a bar on the top floor.
As for the rooms, they are spacious and modern but not too over the top — except for in a good way when it comes to the view. All of the rooms are on the 19th floor or higher so you’re guaranteed some superb cityscapes. If you’re especially lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of Mt Fuji.
Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba12 p.m. check out
Located on the manmade island of Odaiba, Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba is perfect for those wanting to make the most of the malls and entertainment options in the area. They have all the facilities you’d expect from a classy place like this, including a gym, pool, restaurant and bar.
The rooms are spacious and modern, with great views of Tokyo Bay. If you’d like city views instead opt for a room on the Rainbow Bridge side.Book here
The Okura Tokyo12 p.m. check out
This shiny and new version of The Okura Tokyo opened its doors in 2019. The old hotel was demolished to make way for it, but they tried to maintain the traditional atmosphere in the newer iteration. This is especially good news for James Bond fans, who might recognize the interior from You Only Live Twice. Located in the central Tokyo neighborhood of Toranomon, you could suggest that this claim to fame makes the hotel the main attraction in the area. And it’s kind of true.
If you can afford to stay here, you can enjoy spacious rooms that are simple and classy. And, if you book a room in the Heritage Wing you even get a complimentary welcome drink.