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Forget morning commutes and long meetings. This holiday, you’re going to rise above it all—literally. All you need are Tokyo Prefecture hotels with balconies. There’s no better way to kick back, relax, and take in the Tokyo Prefecture sights. Once you’ve soaked it in, plan your next move, or just re-enact the famous scene from “Romeo and Juliet.” We won’t judge. It’s your balcony, your rules.
Take it all in from Tokyo Prefecture balconies
Rooms with balconies in Tokyo Prefecture give you your own private slice of the great outdoors, with the convenience of the indoors. You could stay out there all day, people-watching and admiring the sunset (or sunrise, if you’re a morning person). Need another drink? Take three steps and grab one—in fact, just grab the whole bottle, and bring the cheese plate while you’re at it. Balconies were made for chilled wine and chilling out.
Solo travelling? Tokyo Prefecture hotels with a balcony were made for you, too. There’s nothing better than your morning caffeine, except when you drink it on your balcony. Read up on the news or just perform your sun salutations. It’s going to be a good day in Tokyo Prefecture, and your balcony starts you off right.
Go above and beyond with Wotif
Listen, you know Tokyo Prefecture is going to be epic no matter what. Hotels with balconies just add that touch of luxe you crave. Go the extra mile and bag a top deal right here on Wotif, and you won’t just be the most relaxed traveller around—you’ll be the smartest, too.
Hotels with Balconies in Tokyo Prefecture
Total number of hotels in Tokyo Prefecture
|Palace Hotel Tokyo, Hilton Tokyo Odaiba, Ryogoku View Hotel, Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo, Dormy Inn Express Asakusa Hot Spring, ARTIST HOTEL - BnA HOTEL Koenji, Castle Apartment Nezu, Concieria Shimbashi Crossia, G'inns guest house - Hostel, Haneda Mingei Hotel, Hotel Livemax Budget Fuchu|