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Hotel Metropolitan Edmont Tokyo

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We booked a room with 4 beds, and it was surprisingly spacious compared to typical Tokyo hotel rooms. The rooms were modern, stylish, and comfortable, with a fun view of the area buildings. It was convenient to the metro/train and our vacation itinerary. We went for the option that includes breakfast and recommend doing so - the included buffet is a good deal and typical for Asian hotels, which is to say amazing by US standards. It had plenty of options for any food preferences - our adventurous and non-adventurous eaters all enjoyed it greatly. We would stay here again and recommend it.

I have been to this hotel in previous occasions and it is always pleasant to be there Located in a quiet area is well connected through a metro station and two JR stations at walking distance The rooms are small but this is the standard in Tokyo but they have been renovated and are very comfortable: overall a very enjoyable stay

no complaints except no food room service, and no shuttle to airport but overall a very good hotel

This is a pretty nice hotel for the cost. It is very close to the JR station, less than 10min walking distance. The room is clean and staffs are very polite and helpful.

Very confortable hotel! Near subway, restaurants, grocery, attractions park, baseball stadium,... Just perfect!

Very good room and convenient for a family of 4. Kids enjoyed the stay.

Excellent value for the hotel. Though the building looks simple, the inside and outside of the hotel looks beautiful. It is conveniently located next to 2 subway stations with a shopping mall and tokyo dome nearby. We booked a quad room with 2 single beds, 1 sofa bed, and 1 murphy bed and it was enough to fit my family of 4. There was a good amount of space considering for Tokyo's standards. The toilet was also button controlled. I would consider this hotel again if I ever visit Tokyo again.

We were pleasantly satisfied with our stay at the Metropolitan Edmont. Being a first timer in Tokyo, I worried that our hotel would be far from the busy areas. We later learned that it was near two busy subway stations and has a shopping mall nearby. Also it was near Tokyo Dome. All those sites mentioned aboved were only a 10 minute walk from the hotel. We booked a quad room and were located at the East Wing of the hotel. Even though the hotel looks ordinary, the hotel looks very new and the outside looks fancy as well. The quad room consisted of a sofa bed, a murphy bed, and 2 single beds which were more than enough room. By Tokyo standards, the room was very large and comfortable as well. Overall, we got a great value for the hotel and will certainly consider this hotel again.

They were willing to store my luggage for 4 days and help me receive my mail, so I was very impressed with their service standard.

Very nice staff! Great location, subway is within walking distance to the hotel, you can get anywhere in Tokyo very easily. No gym. Behind the hotel there is a shopping center with a coffee shop, convenient store and lots of restaurants.

Getting to / from airports is a bit tricky for those with lots of luggage as a short walk is needed to JR and subway stations. However, it is a trivial cab ride to Hotel Grand Palace does have airport shuttle buses, and would be a trivial cab ride. The location is not in walking distance to any major attraction, but it is in central Tokyo. An easy train or subway ride to pretty anywhere from one of the three stations nearby. If you have an idle hour or two, the open space on the north and east sides of the Imperial Palace is quite pleasant. The room was somewhat small but did not feel old or otherwise uncomfortable. It is no doubt a great value compared to so-called business hotels at similar prices in other areas.

Wake up very early to fish market but they are closed on Wednesday. If hotel staff can remind us when we are checking the opening time, we may reschedule our schedule and no need to spend the taxi fee for nothing. The hotel Japanese restaurants food & environment is good. Suggest to use reusable chopsticks Now is using low cost disposable chopsticks

Staff was friendly and helpful - and speaks English well enough... Breakfast buffet was a bit "weak" for the price they were charging. A nice mid-range lodging overall.

We had the quad room which was more than adequate for a family of four. The staff at the hotel could not have been more accommodating. The location was okay. It was about a ten minute walk to the subway. Safe at any hour. There were great dining options very close to the hotel. We would stay there again for sure.

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Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Tokyo Dome and Yasukuni Shrine
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Business center

Hotel Metropolitan Edmont Tokyo places you in Chiyoda, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Tokyo Dome and Yasukuni Shrine. This 668-room, 3.5-star hotel has 3 restaurants and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi. It's also close to Tokyo Imperial Palace and Tokyo Stock Exchange.


Dining

Enjoy dining at Beltempo, one of 3 onsite restaurants. Entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All of Hotel Metropolitan Edmont Tokyo's 668 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, electric kettles, and safes. LCD TVs come with digital channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Select Comfort beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include phones.


Property features

Hotel Metropolitan Edmont Tokyo features free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a business center. If you drive, self parking is JPY 1620 per night, and there's also a free theme park shuttle. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers, a convenience store, and a porter/bellhop.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed, Smoking

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Standard Room, 1 Double Bed, Smoking (Small Double)

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 1 Double Bed, Non Smoking (Small Double)

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Hotel Metropolitan Edmont Tokyo

Everyone (2) Family (10) Other (2)
5

room with 4 beds was great for our vacation

Families

We booked a room with 4 beds, and it was surprisingly spacious compared to typical Tokyo hotel rooms. The rooms were modern, stylish, and comfortable, with a fun view of the area buildings. It was convenient to the metro/train and our vacation itinerary. We went for the option that includes breakfast and recommend doing so - the included buffet is a good deal and typical for Asian hotels, which is to say amazing by US standards. It had plenty of options for any food preferences - our adventurous and non-adventurous eaters all enjoyed it greatly. We would stay here again and recommend it.

By on Jul 18, 2017

4

nice to be back

Everyone

I have been to this hotel in previous occasions and it is always pleasant to be there Located in a quiet area is well connected through a metro station and two JR stations at walking distance The rooms are small but this is the standard in Tokyo but they have been renovated and are very comfortable: overall a very enjoyable stay

By , from Vienna on Jul 31, 2016

4

very clean with excellent staff

Everyone

no complaints except no food room service, and no shuttle to airport but overall a very good hotel

By , from Los Angeles,CA on Jul 5, 2016

5

nice family trip

Families

This is a pretty nice hotel for the cost. It is very close to the JR station, less than 10min walking distance. The room is clean and staffs are very polite and helpful.

By on Dec 30, 2014

5

very good

Families

Very confortable hotel! Near subway, restaurants, grocery, attractions park, baseball stadium,... Just perfect!

By on Dec 29, 2014

4

great hotel

Families

Very good room and convenient for a family of 4. Kids enjoyed the stay.

By on Dec 2, 2014

5

good value

Families

Excellent value for the hotel. Though the building looks simple, the inside and outside of the hotel looks beautiful. It is conveniently located next to 2 subway stations with a shopping mall and tokyo dome nearby. We booked a quad room with 2 single beds, 1 sofa bed, and 1 murphy bed and it was enough to fit my family of 4. There was a good amount of space considering for Tokyo's standards. The toilet was also button controlled. I would consider this hotel again if I ever visit Tokyo again.

By on Nov 23, 2014

5

pleasant experience for the value

Families

We were pleasantly satisfied with our stay at the Metropolitan Edmont. Being a first timer in Tokyo, I worried that our hotel would be far from the busy areas. We later learned that it was near two busy subway stations and has a shopping mall nearby. Also it was near Tokyo Dome. All those sites mentioned aboved were only a 10 minute walk from the hotel. We booked a quad room and were located at the East Wing of the hotel. Even though the hotel looks ordinary, the hotel looks very new and the outside looks fancy as well. The quad room consisted of a sofa bed, a murphy bed, and 2 single beds which were more than enough room. By Tokyo standards, the room was very large and comfortable as well. Overall, we got a great value for the hotel and will certainly consider this hotel again.

By on Nov 22, 2014

5

fantastically cheap

Singles

They were willing to store my luggage for 4 days and help me receive my mail, so I was very impressed with their service standard.

By on Nov 20, 2014

4

family getaway

Families

Very nice staff! Great location, subway is within walking distance to the hotel, you can get anywhere in Tokyo very easily. No gym. Behind the hotel there is a shopping center with a coffee shop, convenient store and lots of restaurants.

By on Jun 27, 2014