Nikko Hotels & Accommodations
Cheapest and best places to stay

Nikko Kanaya Hotel

Possibly the most conveniently located hotel in Nikko, the Kanaya rests just on the edge of the river where the shinkyo bridge crosses over to the Toshogo Shrine. This ideal location comes with a prices however, while the hotel itself is embaressingly modest it charges at the lowest $250 a night for a one bedroom (with other rooms reaching $550). Amenities are at a minum, you are paying soley for the location.

栃木県日光市上鉢石町1300, Japan
+81 288-54-0001
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Nikko Park Lodge Tobu Station

You won’t find much frill or polish in this hotel, it is rather stark. But what it lacks in style it makes up for convenience and location. The hotel is a five minute walk from the Tobu Nikko train station.

A double room comes in at $100, and a bunk bed in a mixed dormitory room comes in at a very affordable $30.

The has its own restaurant, bike rentals and free wifi.

321-1406 Tochigi, Nikko, Matsubara 11-6

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Annex Turtle Hotori-An

While not much to look at this modest hotel is affordable, clean, convenient and charming. The rooms are in the traditional Japanese style, with bamboo floors (tatami) and sliding doors.

Rooms with a single occupant are a very affordable $83.00 USD, while a room with two occupants comes to $158.00 USD.

321-1433 Tochigi, Nikko, Takumi-cho 8-28

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Nikko Station Hotel Classic

Located conveniently in the center of the city (a quick walk from the JR Nikko station) is the luxurious and modern Nikko Station Hotel Classic.

Rooms are equipped with large flat screen TVs and free wired internet. And to make you feel right at home the beds are large and have very comfortable mattresses.

It is not a surprise that this is one of the most expensive hotels in the area, (taking into consideration all the above) It is also one of the largest and in demand, with a total of 72 rooms. The most inexpensive room you’ll find is a double occupant room for $205.00 USD.

321-1413 Tochigi, Nikko, Aioicho 3-1

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