Hotels such as the Apa Hotel are finding themselves with a lot of empty rooms as the number of people traveling to and around Japan is decreasing. As a result, a few high-end hotels have begun to sell discounted extended-stay packages, but even at a steep discount, these are still relatively expensive options.
Even with the above-mentioned statistics, the APA Hotel group’s Monthly Plan is a fantastic deal, offering a room for 30 nights for just 99,000 yen (US$957), or 3,300 yen (US$32) per night (assuming a 30-day month).
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The collaborating hotels are located across Japan, from Hokkaido to Kyushu, and are near to some of the country’s most famous tourist attractions. APA hotels can be found in Shinjuku, Asakusa, Ueno, Ginza, Kanda, Tsukiji, and Roppongi in Tokyo alone. Sapporo, Aomori, Sendai, Karuizawa, Kanazawa, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima, Takamatsu, Fukuoka, and Nagasaki are among the cities where you can rest at an APA branch outside of Tokyo.
The majority of the included hotels are within easy walking distance of commercial area tourist attractions and rail hubs, and 99,000 yen per month is less than you’d pay for an apartment in these areas, particularly when utilities are considered.
Between now and June 30, APA is accepting signups for the Monthly Plan on its website, with launch dates ranging from May 10 to July 2. Free once per 7 nights (when staying at the same hotel in a row) If you wish otherwise, cleaning is possible for 1,500 yen / day Towels and bath towels are changed daily. No yukata installed.
Refunds are not possible even if there are days when you do not stay during the period of use. You can stay only for thirty consecutive days from the start date of use. App check-in is not applicable. If the hotel you have reserved becomes unavailable due to circumstances such as cooperation with the government, they may ask for your cooperation such as transfer to a nearby hotel.