Not Hilton specific, though go here for discounted hotels and car hire in Japan (in English): http://www.tocoo.com/english/submenu/howtouse/index.htmlodoherty said:I am looking at staying at the Hilton Tokyo in a few weeks time.
Does anyone know of a good website where I might be able to get a discounted room?
Friday night anywhere in Tokyo will be expensive. Most local reservation sites for discounted premium hotels are usually in Japanese only. There are a couple of "asia-based" sites which could help. For eg. I've used the following site before with no problems, however only for bookings outside Japan.odoherty said:Arriving 30 September
Agree the Keio Plaza is good while Shinjuku is a great base in Tokyo. I also like Shibuya, as it's an easy walk to Omotesando, Harajuku, Aoyama... Roppongi is the other obvious choice. Was at the Conrad Saturday which is located opposite the Hamarikyu Garden in Shiodome. Great views of the Tokyo Bay skyline, and within easy walking to Ginza. I'd recommend walking from the Conrad through the Hamarikyu Garden (admission fee) to the ferry, and taking it up to Asakusa. You can then catch a subway from the station next to the ferry terminal. Great views along the river.shillard said:Tokyo Hilton ain't that good - unless you absolutely need to be in the thick of it, try the Keio Plaza hotel in Shinjuku (good range of Japanese & Western food from the 20+ restaurants in the towers). Right near Shinjuku station, too.
The Expo in Nagoya has been doing a roaring trade with attendance figures well over budget. As you probably know, the Nagoya Hilton has been booked solid for the last 6 months.shillard said:Hilton Nagoya would have to be my favourite in Japan, awesome Teppenyaki and the best breakfast in Asia.