Best Party Hostels in Tokyo

Tokyo truly has it's own culture. It's a densely packed urban area that is driven by technology, wealth, history, and culture. The city lights up at night and comes to life in its own fascinating way. If you're headed to Tokyo to experience the nightlife, any of these hostels will help you make the most of your time there.

How much do hostels in Tokyo cost?

Average Dorm Price $30 ($15 to $76)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $86 ($7 to $408)
Dorm Bed: $19.43
Private Room: $20.32
Overall Rating: 84%
Khaosan Tokyo Ninja is a great option for visitors to Tokyo who are looking for a social place to stay. It's in a great location near two different JR Stations, and the neighborhood is very walkable, so if you go out in the surrounding neighborhood, you might be able to avoid an expensive taxi ride home. Do keep in mind that public transportation stops early in Tokyo so if you venture too far, you may be slapped with an unexpectedly expensive taxi ride to get home.

The hostel also offers a variety of amenities for guests. There is free luggage storage. The ambiance is a bit quirky, which only adds to the fun environment. You can request a late checkout if necessary, but there might be a slight charge. Inquire in advance if this is something you are interested in.
2-1-5 Kaminarimon Taito-ku, 111-0034 , Tokyo, Japan,
Dorm Bed: $1,400.00
Private Room: $1,650.00
Overall Rating: 60%
Tokyo Hostel prides itself in having a friendly and fun environment. If you're a solo traveler, this is a great place to meet other travelers. It's located in the areas of Asakusa and Ueno, where there is no shortage of things to do, you'll have no trouble finding interesting nightlife activities nearby.

Travelers arrive from all over the globe and stay at this hostel. There's a great common area that is a fun place to chill out after a long day of sightseeing. There's also a DVD player and a Playstation for guests to use.

Wi-fi is available in the lobby and there's an outdoor space that includes a pool table, darts, and more. Guests have access to the full kitchen and there are secure lockers to keep your valuables save. This hostel offers the perfect combination of comfort, socializing, and affordability for budget travelers.
3-12-5 Ryusen Taito-ku , Tokyo, Japan,
Dorm Bed: $3,600.00
Private Room: $4,500.00
Overall Rating: 97%
This hostel greets you with a smile. You'll be welcomed with a welcome drink from the bar when you arrive. The bar is conveniently located on the bottom floor of the hostel. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable, and many speak English. In addition to the full bar, there is no curfew so guests are free to come and go as they please.

There are also plenty of amenities available to guests. These include free internet, hot showers, a kitchen, cable television, air conditioning and heating and more.

Guests arrive from all over the world and are eager to meet fellow travelers. This is a great setting for solo travelers who are looking to meet others. It's a friendly environment that is open and social so it's a great place to chill out after some active sightseeing.
1-17-2 Asakusa Taitou-ku , Tokyo, Japan,
Dorm Bed: $22.98
Private Room: $30.94
Overall Rating: 87%
This hostel offers dorm style rooms as well as private rooms for guests that can afford to spend slightly more. The staff work hard to make sure guests socialize and have opportunities to hang out together. The hostel is designed as a place where you can make new friends from all over the globe. The staff are knowledgeable about all things having to do with Tokyo. Whether you're interested in seeing the best sights, eating at the best restaurants, or even teaching ESL, they can point you in the right direction. There are even discounts for guests who end up staying longer than a traditional guest might.
13-45, Nakacho,Kawaguchi-shi Saitama Prefecture , Tokyo, Japan,

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