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Frequently asked questions
What should a history enthusiast expect from a trip to Ikebukuro?
Significant historical sites in Ikebukuro are likely at the top of your travel itinerary. While you’re out exploring, you might want to check out the restaurants and cafés. During your trip to this family-friendly area, you also can spend time at the shops.
What's the best place to stay in Ikebukuro to be near historical sites?
Based on our travel expertise, Hotel Strix Tokyo is a top 3-star hotel for history buffs booking on Expedia, and it features a restaurant and a bar. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a short 15-minute drive away. A couple of other options near historic sites include APA Hotel Ikebukuro-Eki-Kitaguchi and House Ikebukuro – Hostel.
How many historically relevant hotels are there in Ikebukuro?
In Ikebukuro, you’ll find 76 lodging options bookable on Expedia though you won’t find many designated historic hotels.
What are the must-see historical sites and other places in Ikebukuro?
Notable places to visit in the wider area include Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, Tokyo Dome, and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. In the area, you’ll also find Nippon Budokan and Ueno Onshi Park.
What is a historic hotel like in Ikebukuro?
By booking a historic hotel, guests can stay in a building that has an official historic designation. A stately home, palace or even a lodge, old police station, or skyscraper can be identified as a historic hotel as long as it’s of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features can be admired within the guestrooms or public spaces of historic hotels in Ikebukuro, giving a real sense of character.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
You’ll often hear the term “heritage hotel” in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is a term often used in the U.S. but overall the terms are quite similar. The building and architecture of historic hotels are generally what’s most important. For a heritage hotel, mainly, it’s cultural value and how it influenced the community.
Do historic hotels in Ikebukuro have modern facilities?
Hotel interiors feature the modern conveniences and safety features you might expect, while every effort is made to preserve treasured traditions and historic facades. WiFi, heating and air conditioning, updated bathroom facilities, and the popular amenities found in any hotel will be available in a historic hotel. Rest assured that when you choose a historic hotel in Ikebukuro, you won’t be staying at a place that is rundown or uncomfortable.