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This hotel was everything we wanted for our 10 day visit to Tokyo. Easily reached from the airport and well connected to the rest of the metro/JR lines it was a great base to get around the city. The rooms and facilities were excellent and the staff were very helpful - especially when we were unsure about the best way to go about planning a trip to Mt.Fuji.
Comfortable hotel in a quiet business area - incredibly easy to get to from Haneda Airport via the monorail (which accepts JR Rail Pass) - the monorail is literally accessible from within the hotel building. Staff were lovely. I was unwell and had excellent support from Tokyo Seafort Clinic which is in the same complex. Breakfast was a rather eclectic mix of dishes, the only reason why we’ve rated 4 and not 5 stars.
First hotel on our multi city Japan holiday. Monorail from the airport almost to the door, very good. Immaculate rooms, containing everything you could need for your stay. Didn't use the restaurant, as it was very expensive but several places to eat nearby in the seafort complex. Great views, very quiet. Extremely comfortable beds. All in all , a very pleasant experience, however, we've marked it as a 4/5 because there was an extra charge of ¥2500 for us to book into our room an hour early, not appreciated after travelling none stop half way round the world and we were exhausted. ¥5000 was wanted to book in 2 hours early, not good customer experience. As a comparison we've arrived in a Singapore hotel 7 hours before official check in time and been immediately given our room, at no extra charge. This level of care goes a long way.
We settled on this hotel after weighing up the cost of staying up in Shinjuku/Shinuya or staying further out and travelling. Good decision. Location. We landed at Haneda and if you get the Monorail, it's approx 15-20 minutes from T3/International and you don't have to step out onto the street as the hotel is within the complex at the Tennozu Isle Monorail Station - although Google suggests you've a 10-minute walk. There's also a shuttle bus available to Narita Airport if required. You're a 10 minute ride on the Monorail to the last stop on the line which is also an interchange for other lines or the Tennozu Isle subway station is no more than 5 minutes walk for various other connections. It's on it's own little "island" and there's plenty of dining options including 2 restaurants within the hotel, a luxury restaurant including dinner cruises and several small restaurants within the complex plus more if you cross the street and wander round. There's also a 7-11 for general shopping, an art & crafts shop and a theatre within the whole complex and more locally. Check-in was as efficient as you'd expect and throughout our stay the staff were all as polite/pleasant as you'd expect. We stayed as part of our wedding anniversary and a family member arranged a bottle of fizz for us on the big day - hotel staff duly arrived and presented us with the bottle along with a sponge cake each and a card, so "Thank You very much" to the hotel staff. Our room overlooked the Port/Bay and we had great views of the Rainbow Bridge as well as Odaiba, with the Ferris Wheel putting on a great display every night. We barely heard any noise from neighbouring rooms or outside. Room size was as expected for Tokyo at this price bracket - I'd say about average for a large city, well supplied with toiletries, nightwear, teas & water although coffee pods were extra. But watching the Ferris Wheel was enough entertainment for me. As of May 2019, all rooms are smoke free. Dining. We ate in one night at the "Grand Cafe" and the food & service were good. An a la carte or buffet option is available - we opted for a la carte but he buffet selection looked equally appealing. There's also a Tepanyaki restaurant on the 28th floor and although we weren't able to dine there, the sight, smell & sound of steak was tempting. There's a breakfast discount available to residents and we took full advantage on one morning. There were a few evenings where a solo violinist or a string quartet played music and we sat in reception area and just relaxed. Overall, we thought this was a lovely hotel, and the lower price associated with staying further away from the centre of Tokyo - given the ease of getting around - makes it all the better
Into the Heart of Japan was a Saga trip ! A truly well thought out trip very tiring but well worth it. Starting in Tokyo,Kawaguchi, Yudanaka,seeing Mt Fuji and going up to the 5th station via coach,Kanazawa taking the bullet train twice going to Hiroshima ending in Osaka. Hotels were good ,the food was an experience the guide knowledgeable,vibrant and a good sense of humour. Truly amazing!!
Very conveniently located to the Haneda monorail. This is a great place to choose on a non-wedding or function day (Sunday-Thursday nights). The rooms are quiet, clean, and comfortable. The buffet restaurant has some very good options. The attached area has many eating and drinking options. Recommend!
Value for price a bit disappointing. Varieties were limited. Salad bar available. Main dishes were a few with spaghetti and rice and curry and beef. Soup was quite good with seafood. Desserts were available. Taste was not outstanding but acceptable.
The hotel has a favourable location at the Tokyo Bay close to the metro station and direct connection to Haneda Airport. The room was clean and the staff extremely friendly and helpful. A lady of the reception helped us to set the navigator in the rented car so that we could find the way to the Fuji Mountain. Our stay in the hotel was very enjoyable.
The hotel is good at a nice location directly at the water. The rooms are good equipped and for Japan standard big. Everything was clean. The breakfast Buffet looks very good. Service and comfort are good. Good to stay here
A pleasant business hotel, very convenient for the office and hotel as well as direct monorail to the Airport (Haneda). Very noisy air con but other than that rooms are clean and functional. Restaurant and bar prices are very high so walk to the restaurants in the mall or grab water and beers from the 7/11 in the mall.
Located in Shinagawa, Daiichi Hotel Tokyo Seafort is adjacent to Tokyo Bay with other popular attractions like Tokyo Tower within a within a few miles (5 km). This 130-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM.
The 130 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, minibars, and free newspapers. Guests can expect TVs with pay movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, slippers, and toilets with an electronic bidet. Other standard amenities include free bottled water, safes, and phones.
At Daiichi Hotel Tokyo Seafort, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, free newspapers, and laundry facilities. If you drive, self parking is JPY 1900.00 per night, and there's also an airport shuttle for a fee. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a porter/bellhop and wedding services.