Hotels in Shimoda, Japan

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Shimoda, Japan
Jun 4 — Jun 52
Shimoda, Japan
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Cheapest month:June
Most expensive month:April
Average price in Shimoda:$143/night
Cheapest price found:$53/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
$53 - $274
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$95 - $320
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Cheapest hotels in Shimoda, Japan

These Shimoda properties charge the lowest price per night of those we've come across. Prices can differ depending on the dates selected, so use the search form to browse more options if you have flexibility.
Shimoda Prince Hotel
7.7 Good
1547-1 Shirahama, Shimoda, Japan
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1.9 mi from city centre, Shimoda, Japan 

Shimoda Prince Hotel provides art deco 3-star accommodation in Shimoda. It also offers an outdoor pool, massage services and a free shuttle service.

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Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
8.6 Excellent
5-12-1, Shimoda, Japan
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2.5 mi from city centre, Shimoda, Japan 

Opened in 1962, Shimoda Tokyu Hotel is situated in Shimoda and offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and a mineral bath. It also features a free shuttle service, a coffee bar and a kids pool.

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Shimoda Yamatokan
8.1 Excellent
2048 Kisami, Shimoda, Japan
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3.0 mi from city centre, Shimoda, Japan 

Shimoda Yamatokan provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Shimoda. It also offers a Jacuzzi, a free shuttle service and an outdoor pool.

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Shimoda Central Hotel
8.7 Excellent
133-1 Aitama, Shimoda, Japan
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1.8 mi from city centre, Shimoda, Japan 

Shimoda Central Hotel provides 4-star accommodation in Shimoda. It also offers a sauna, an outdoor pool and outdoor tennis courts.

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Nonohanatei Komurasaki
1-5-30 Nishihongo Shimoda-shi Shizuoka, Shimoda, Japan
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1.7 mi from city centre, Shimoda, Japan 

Situated just a five-minute stroll from Izukyu Shimoda Train Station, Nonohanatei komurasaki provides guests with a convenient base while in Shimoda. It provides luggage storage, and is a short walk from Hofukuji Temple.

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Hotel prices in Shimoda

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Where to stay in Shimoda

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About Shimoda

Famed as the site where Commodore Perry’s “Black Ships” landed in 1854, Shimoda is an attractive coastal city on the Izu Peninsula. Its role in opening up Japan to foreign trade is celebrated at monuments and museums across the city, which is also home to the world’s first floating aquarium.

Things to do in Shimoda

Learn about the arrival of Commodore Perry’s “Black Ships” at the Ryosenji Temple where the Shimoda Treaty was signed in 1854. Discover how this led to the end of Japan’s 200-year isolation from the world, then jump aboard a sightseeing cruise from Shimoda Port in a replica boat.

A short stroll from the Ryosenji Temple takes you to Perry Street, a charismatic strip of traditional houses occupied by cafes and boutiques. It leads to the forested hills of Shimoda Park where hydrangeas bloom and a monument commemorates Perry’s landing.

Relax on the shores of Shirahama, an 800-metre-long stretch of sand that’s one of the Izu Peninsula’s most popular beaches. Rent a lounger to soak up the sun, learn to surf or visit the attractive Shinto shrine of Shirahama Jinja, which overlooks the coast.

Celebrated as the world’s first aquarium to float on water, the Shimoda Aquarium is situated within a submarine-like building in Wakanoura Bay. Its enormous tank is filled with a vast array fish from the Izu Peninsula waters, as well as sea otters that are regularly fed during live demonstrations.

Getting around Shimoda

Shimoda is connected to Tokyo by regular trains from the Izukyu-Shimoda station, with the journey taking just under three hours. Buses travel to destinations across the Izu Peninsula, while central Shimoda is compact enough to explore on foot.

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