Well designed rooms & great pool & healthclub; lots of good eating options nearby. On the subway system- very handy wnem it is raining
Nicest hotel and the best location in tokyo, great food and service
High class hotel in Tokyo metro area. Easily accessible by subway and taxi. Nice jogging path by the river nearby. Staff was as professional and nice as could be. Concierge booked wonderful reservations for us at Mon Cher Ton Ton. Also, a special thanks for helping us solve some Ta-Q-Bin (takkyubin) ...
Supreme service from top to bottom. Situated next to the palace in the middle of bustling Tokyo just like an oasis in a desert. Feels super quiet and tranquil while it's merely 2 blocks from Tokyo station. Tons of good restaurants inside the hotel with excellent services that one might not want to ...
Stayed on the club level and it was well worth the price. Not a single complaint about anything during our stay. In addition, They purchased our train tickets to the airport the day before our flight and literally walked us to the train to ensure we didn’t get lost.
What an amazing place! The room was wonderful and very comfortable! They have really thought through what a traveler needs. The housekeeping staff kept the room so clean. We loved the location. Tokyo Station is such a beautiful building and the trains there connected to all the places we wanted to ...
Staffs r really nice and helpful. The hotel close to station. All in well
Nice location, and the staff are really warmhearted.
The hotel was nice & clean, the staff was friendly and very quick & helpful!
Even if you have not yet been to Tokyo, you will already know it be a city full of vibrant contrasts. Here, old meets new, crowds fill the squares while parks invite for tranquil meditation. Next to sky-high buildings you can find old temples. Be prepared for a little culture shock once you arrive, but you will quickly find that Tokyo is easy to navigate once you have gotten a good overlook. The metro and train systems make it easy to travel to different districts and see the various sides to the Japanese capital.
Tokyo should be known as “the city that never sleeps,” but as we all know that name has been assigned to another city. Yet, its image remains that of a city that never stops and rarely slows down. There is always something exciting going on, be it around the Imperial Palace or smaller lanes around Taito and Ueno, such as the Cat Street.
Most visitors flock to well-known Shibuya or Shinjuku’s Kabuki-cho first thing to enter a world of pastel colors, crazy food creations, and fluffy fashion. However, if you want to take it slow, opt for more relaxed areas, such as Omotesando and Aoyama. Over here, the pace is slowed down tremendously and you can see people enjoying a quiet cup of coffee surrounded by friends or sharing banter at a cozy izakaya, which is a bar that serves food.
Should you visit during cherry blossom season, be sure to book your boutique hotel far in advance as beds are filled quickly. Once there, plan a walk around the district of Asakusa and stroll through pink alleys next to the beautiful river. If you want to head up the world’s highest tower, cross the bridge and take the lift up the Skytree.