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I stayed in this hotel for 4 nights for a business trip. The hotel is very well located, with 1 min walk to the Takebashi station and 10 min walk from the Imperial Palace. My room is a deluxe single room so it is of a reasonable size in Tokyo standard. My friend stayed in a regular single which is rather small. The room is generally tidy with basic equipment and bath provisions. The decoration is rather old school without any impressive features. The staff are friendly and helpful, keeping the good Japanese standard. Overall, this is an average hotel for short stay or travelers looking for a reasonable room rate in Tokyo.
First time in Tokyo: Experience in the hotel was too good for me. I like small and cozy rooms. All the amenities were there along with a bathtub. Nothing else I can ask for. Very helpful staffs. Nice cafe. Very convenient for metro. I recommend Hotel KKR in Tokyo.
This is a clean well run hotel. It is located next to a metro stop which is convenient (although if coming with suitcases from airport there is a lot of stairs for bags). The staff are very accomodating. The breakfast buffet is good and has a lovely view of the park. This hotel has a wedding venue in the middle of it and I would think its mostly aimed at weddings and parties.
I stayed at this hotel when in a business trip to Tokyo. I arrived at around 0600 having flown in from London. Some what disappointed when they said I had to wait till 3 for check in, but it was the night staff so went for a walk around the Edo palace walls, very nice, and then had a coffee at starbucks, I got back to the hotel at around 1030, and asked about the room, they asked me to wait a few minutes and then gave me the room key, for which i was very grateful. The room was lovely with a view over the palace, it was spotlessly clean. I did have breakfast the next day but decided not to bother after that, it was a somewhat limited choice. I would stay in the hotel again because of its location.
The checkin process was very easy. The room was clean and bright and cosy! The hotel was located next to a metro stop. The area is not interesting and the restaurants nearby were not that special. I travelled outside of Chiyoda for food and for exploring.
Good location, great views, and tasty breakfast. As a 3- or 4-star hotel, this has a lot going for it. I've travelled a lot in Japan, but this was my first time to be surprised at the room not having been cleaned very well. Dusty shelf (where we're supposed to put clothes) and dirty carpet ... Really, since everything else is so good, why let yourselves down on this?!
I love this hotel's location since it is just across the road from Imperial Palace's ground where many people do the morning run. However, the hotel is quite far from shopping centres and minimarts (the closest one is around 7-10 minutes walk). The lobby is very large so that you will have a comfortable feeling. Amenities is to be expected from Japanese hotels with pajamas cloak. The room is small but comfortable. WiFi speed is extremely fast, up to 45.38 mbps.
The KKR hotel is located really close to the Imperial Garden, and not particularly far from Tokyo Station. The rooms are located on the top floors so you get a good view over Tokyo. My room, on the 14th floor, both had nice views over part of the imperial garden as well seeing Mt. Fujii in the far distance. The room was big enough and the bed provided good sleep quality. The bath room was equipped with a bathtub. It was well maintained. There are some restaurants in the hotel. We had a one day conference at the hotel and we had both lunch and a more luxurious dinner in the Japanese restaurant. The food and service was of good quality. When travelling, you will probably arrive at Tokyo Station. You can easily walk to the hotel. The distance is about 1.5 km one way. The iPhone map works well and will give you good instructions. If you have spare time, I recommend a walk in the imperial garden. If you are not so keen on hotel restaurants, I recommend a short walk towards north when leaving the hotel. There you will find a variety of smaller, not expensive, restaurants, including McDonald’s. I enjoyed a splendid tempura set meal an evening in one of these restaurants. I had also a cheeseburger, of course, for lunch one day. My experience relating to Tokyo is that you do not really need to fear facing a bad meal experience, even if you pick a kind of rudimentary place for dinner.
Stayed at KKR for 12 days. Overall, it was pleasant stay. My room faced the high way and the imperial palace, which is nice. The room is clean given the age of the hotel. The hallway may look a little beat up but the room remains its clean standard. The room size is decent when comparing to some other popular hotels. Staff are friendly and can speak English with us. We also ordered the breakfast package and the food selection was good. They have both Western and Japanese style breakfast. Open from 6:30am to 9am. Since we have been there for 12 days, the selection gets a little boring. However, I wouldn’t mind if I am there for 3-5 days. The only drawback for this location is that if you take subway from Haneda airport. There is no elevator for you to bring your luggages up, although the hotel is just right above the station. You may take taxi but it will cost you. Unfortunately, there is no shuttle bus to the hotel from airport. Other than that, I think this is a nice hotel and I wouldn’t mind going back if there is shuttle bus going there.
Stayed here for a school trip for 2 weeks. The location is very convenient to walk to Hitotsubashi ICS. The station takebashi is right outside the lobby so that’s nice. The rooms is small but I guess standard for Japan. You have wifi, tiny fridge, kettle, blow dryer as the essentials. The breakfast is good if you’re staying for a couple of days. However after 2 weeks the food is soooooooo boring and you would get so tired of the same thing over and over...
Located in Chiyoda within a short walk of Imperial Palace Garden, KKR Hotel Tokyo is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Nippon Budokan. This 161-room, 3.5-star hotel has 2 restaurants and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi. It's connected to the convention center in central Tokyo and also close to Akihabara Electric Town and Yasukuni Shrine.
This hotel is home to 2 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Quench your thirst with a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 9 AM.
All 161 air-conditioned rooms feature refrigerators, coffee makers, and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and wired Internet, plus LCD TVs with digital channels and pay movies. Beds are dressed in down comforters and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include desks.
Guests of KKR Hotel Tokyo enjoy features like spa treatment rooms, a computer station and free newspapers. Self parking is available for JPY 1080 per day. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include laundry facilities, wedding services, and a gift shop.