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Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The rooms are quite small but great service overall. Would recommend as within walking fistsncd to station

This is one of the most convenient hotel in terms of location. The size of the room is tiny just like typical Japanese hotel rooms but the internet connection is included and very fast.

It was our first stop on our first trip to Asia. Fantastic to pop out of Tokyo station near the hotel. There are many exists make sure que use the correct one. The views are spectacular, opening the door to the room and see Tokyo' lights from the 28th floor. Was breathtanig. Staff very polite and. Helpful. Neighborhood is quiet at night but you have the 1st floor and basement of the station with lots os stores and restaurants. Waling distance tot he Imperial palace.

Very convenient location, nice clean room with great view

The location couldn't be better right next to Tokyo Station which is served by the Nex train directly from Narita Airport. The hotel starts on the 27th floor so the view from my room was fantastic. The room was larger than average for Tokyo and very quiet.

Next to Tokyo Station for trains, subway, and shopping. Very clean and comfortable. Small by U.S. standards, but good for central Tokyo. Good view of central Tokyo.

hotel connected to Tokyo Station, where you arrive on the Narita Express train from the international airport. walking distance to everything including Ginza shopping and tons of first class Japanese restaurants with english menus..

Centrally located off the Ginza district within 300 meters of the JR lines and Tokyo Metro. Other reviewers have complained about their difficulty in locating the hotel. Ask for Sapia Towers. The hotel occupies the 27th thru the 34th floors. Americans have to appreciate the way Japanese maps are oriented. If you follow the maps literally, you will be fine -- don't try to orient yourself to the usual North direction of Western maps. Rooms were somewhat small but what do you expect for being in central Tokyo where small condos go for millions, not yen but dollars. The room was comfortable with a flat screen TV, high-speed internet connection, and a fine bathroom with Japanese amenities -- travelers to Japan will know what I mean. The room was absolutely quiet and what a view! No wonder Michelin gives it a designation of quiet hotel -- the red colored symbol. The breakfast price may seem steep (about $25 if it is not included with your room). However, you have a superb buffet of Japanese and Western foods. Think tofu and octopus salad along with chocolate croissants. Refills on coffee are worth the price alone. Finally, the hotel is right next to the north entrance of the JR Tokyo station. If you are tired out and want to stay close to the hotel for dinner, the JR station has its Kitchen Court with options ranging from a lovely coffee shop with coffee better than our most recognized brand to delicious pizza, steak, and of course, various forms of Japanese food. What a delightful place to select a cuisine while it snowed last night. Treat yourself to this hotel that has merits on many dimensions.

A great hotel in a great location. Train travel is a big part of getting around in Japan and being located at Tokyo station saves time and money. No expensive cab rides to your hotel. The staff was very professional and courtious. The room I had was small but very comfortable for business travel. The decore is clean sharp and modern. I have been visiting Tokyo for over 20 years and this is my new hotel.

This hotel is part of the Tokyo Station complex meaning easy access to Shinkansen, Narita Express and local JR trains. We chose this hotel primarily because of it's location, arriving into Tokyo via Narita Express in the evening and departing via Shinkansen for Kyoto early the following morning. The bus terminal is also located right outside the hotel entrance, as we found out several days later after returning to Tokyo from the Mt. Fuji region by highway bus. Check in was fast and easy. The second we stepped into the lobby our bags were taken from us and we were directed to an available desk agent. A few moments later we were taken to our room on the 30th floor. We had a north facing room providing a lovely view of Tokyo and the trains below. There are plenty of food options within Tokyo station and in the surrounding buildings.

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Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Tokyo Stock Exchange
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Fitness center

Located in Chiyoda within a short walk of Tokyo Stock Exchange, Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Tokyo Imperial Palace. This 343-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a fitness center, and a 24-hour business center. Located centrally in Tokyo, it's also close to Tokyo Tower and Sensoji Temple.


Dining

Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at TENQOO, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 343 soundproofed rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect 26-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and pay movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and phones are also available.


Property features

Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi features a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. If you drive, self parking is JPY 1500 per night, and there's also an area shuttle for a fee. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and a porter/bellhop.

Room options

One King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 2 Single Beds, Non Smoking

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Corner King Room, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi

Everyone (1) Couples (3) Business (5) Other (1)
4
Everyone

The rooms are quite small but great service overall. Would recommend as within walking fistsncd to station

By on Apr 25, 2017

5

excellent location - right on top of tokyo station

Couples

This is one of the most convenient hotel in terms of location. The size of the room is tiny just like typical Japanese hotel rooms but the internet connection is included and very fast.

By on Apr 23, 2015

4

entry into asia

LGBT

It was our first stop on our first trip to Asia. Fantastic to pop out of Tokyo station near the hotel. There are many exists make sure que use the correct one. The views are spectacular, opening the door to the room and see Tokyo' lights from the 28th floor. Was breathtanig. Staff very polite and. Helpful. Neighborhood is quiet at night but you have the 1st floor and basement of the station with lots os stores and restaurants. Waling distance tot he Imperial palace.

By on Jan 2, 2014

4

great location and room

BusinessTravelers

Very convenient location, nice clean room with great view

By on Dec 14, 2013

4

great location

BusinessTravelers

The location couldn't be better right next to Tokyo Station which is served by the Nex train directly from Narita Airport. The hotel starts on the 27th floor so the view from my room was fantastic. The room was larger than average for Tokyo and very quiet.

By on Nov 25, 2013

4

ideal location

Couples

Next to Tokyo Station for trains, subway, and shopping. Very clean and comfortable. Small by U.S. standards, but good for central Tokyo. Good view of central Tokyo.

By on Aug 29, 2011

4

terrific location at a modest price

BusinessTravelers

hotel connected to Tokyo Station, where you arrive on the Narita Express train from the international airport. walking distance to everything including Ginza shopping and tons of first class Japanese restaurants with english menus..

By on Jun 27, 2010

5

great value, great location

BusinessTravelers

Centrally located off the Ginza district within 300 meters of the JR lines and Tokyo Metro. Other reviewers have complained about their difficulty in locating the hotel. Ask for Sapia Towers. The hotel occupies the 27th thru the 34th floors. Americans have to appreciate the way Japanese maps are oriented. If you follow the maps literally, you will be fine -- don't try to orient yourself to the usual North direction of Western maps. Rooms were somewhat small but what do you expect for being in central Tokyo where small condos go for millions, not yen but dollars. The room was comfortable with a flat screen TV, high-speed internet connection, and a fine bathroom with Japanese amenities -- travelers to Japan will know what I mean. The room was absolutely quiet and what a view! No wonder Michelin gives it a designation of quiet hotel -- the red colored symbol. The breakfast price may seem steep (about $25 if it is not included with your room). However, you have a superb buffet of Japanese and Western foods. Think tofu and octopus salad along with chocolate croissants. Refills on coffee are worth the price alone. Finally, the hotel is right next to the north entrance of the JR Tokyo station. If you are tired out and want to stay close to the hotel for dinner, the JR station has its Kitchen Court with options ranging from a lovely coffee shop with coffee better than our most recognized brand to delicious pizza, steak, and of course, various forms of Japanese food. What a delightful place to select a cuisine while it snowed last night. Treat yourself to this hotel that has merits on many dimensions.

By on Feb 2, 2010

5

great tokyo hotel

BusinessTravelers

A great hotel in a great location. Train travel is a big part of getting around in Japan and being located at Tokyo station saves time and money. No expensive cab rides to your hotel. The staff was very professional and courtious. The room I had was small but very comfortable for business travel. The decore is clean sharp and modern. I have been visiting Tokyo for over 20 years and this is my new hotel.

By on Sep 5, 2009

5

great location, wonderful service

Couples

This hotel is part of the Tokyo Station complex meaning easy access to Shinkansen, Narita Express and local JR trains. We chose this hotel primarily because of it's location, arriving into Tokyo via Narita Express in the evening and departing via Shinkansen for Kyoto early the following morning. The bus terminal is also located right outside the hotel entrance, as we found out several days later after returning to Tokyo from the Mt. Fuji region by highway bus. Check in was fast and easy. The second we stepped into the lobby our bags were taken from us and we were directed to an available desk agent. A few moments later we were taken to our room on the 30th floor. We had a north facing room providing a lovely view of Tokyo and the trains below. There are plenty of food options within Tokyo station and in the surrounding buildings.

By on Jul 12, 2009