Tokyo is the capital of Japan and attracts many tourists from abroad. It is also a popular destination for family vacations, as there are many places that can be enjoyed with children.
You can choose a destination that suits your children’s ages and preferences, such as Tokyo Skytree, KidZania Tokyo, Sanrio puroland tokyo, Sunshine Aquarium, Ghibli Museum, or Ueno Zoo.
Tokyo is also home to a variety of Japanese food restaurants, sweets, and famous shopping spots.
Choosing the right hotel for your children’s needs is important for a successful trip. Consider factors such as proximity to train stations, availability of Japanese-style rooms that are safe for babies, and rental options for baby equipment.
In this post, I am sharing some of my top recommendations for hotels in Tokyo for families traveling with children. I hope your trip to Japan will be a memorable and enjoyable experience for you and your family.
Recommended Family-Friendly Hotels in Tokyo
MIMARU TOKYO UENO EAST
Ueno Zoo” and “National Museum of Nature and Science” are located near the hotel.
The “Baby Plan” provides diapers, wipes, a baby bottle sterilization kit, and disposable aprons in your room. A step stool and dining chair are also available.
Pokemon Rooms are also available, where you can stay in a room surrounded by Pokemon.
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo
It is close to the station, making it easy to get around. Limousine buses are available from Narita and Haneda airports, and there is also a “Tokyo Disney Resort” free shuttle bus service.
Keio Plaza Hotel offers the “Baby Gokigen Plan,” which is available only for guests with children under 3 years old. Rooms for this plan have a bathroom with a washbasin.
The rooms are spacious, and there is plenty of room for a crib. The Sky Pool on the 7th floor has two types of pools: a circular pool for toddlers and a main pool, where small children can have fun with mom and dad!
Palace Hotel Tokyo
The hotel is close to Tokyo Station, making it a convenient base from which to go sightseeing. Located along the moat of the Imperial Palace, the hotel offers a spectacular night view of Tokyo. You can also place a crib, which you can rent for free, and still have a comfortable stay.
Children under 11 years old sleep free with their parents.
On the 5th floor of the Palace Hotel Tokyo, there is an indoor swimming pool available free of charge to hotel guests.
Anyone 5 years of age or older may use the pool accompanied by a parent.
Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba
Located in Odaiba, the hotel is surrounded by many commercial facilities, making it convenient for children. A terrace pool is available for use during the summer months.
There is also a children’s pool for children 3 years and older. This hotel is very convenient for spending time in Odaiba, a popular tourist destination.
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Located about a 2-minute walk from JR Shinagawa Station, the Shinagawa Prince Hotel has an aquarium, movie theater, bowling center, food court, and other facilities on the hotel grounds, allowing families to enjoy a fun time together even after returning to the hotel. The Shinagawa Prince Hotel offers childcare services. Qualified childcare staff are on duty, and there is a playroom equipped with educational toys and playground equipment.
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