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Park Hotel Tokyo

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

loved the place and the staff, great location, and beautiful view

The hotel is located closed to Tokyo Station and Ginza area. Shiodome/Shimbashi station are also closed to the hotel building. Location is very convenient. The lobby has exceptional view of Tokyo with Tokyo Tower and Mt Fuji in the background. The room is clean, and with decent size considering in the center of Tokyo.

Room is clean and comfortable. Good size in the context of Japanese hotels. Lobby area is very nice. Good location and convenient to transportation and food.

My wife and I did a quick 5 day trip to Tokyo. The hotel lobby is on the 25th floor and the rooms go up from there. The room was clean, comfortable with everything you could have forgotten.. toothbrushes, razor, etc... and complete with high-power USB for the phones and tablets. We got a view of Tokyo tower on 30th floor. Amazing at night. The entire hotel is modern and clean. I can't imagine that a Hyatt would have been any better. The hotel staff was extremely attentive with some English-speakers. They made arrangements for a show and did the whole thing by email while we were out during the day. They helped with directions and transit.The hotel served food and drink in a beautiful atrium lobby, It's not cheap. The day it rained, the hotel loaned us umbrellas as they saw we weren't prepared for the rain. The hotel is connected underground to the Tokyo metro at E19 Shiodome station. The Ginza and Asakusa lines are also connected underground through a half-mile walkway. There is plenty of shopping and food without even going out on the street. You can use public transport directly from the hotel to the two Tokyo airports. We arrived late at night from HND and decided to take a taxi for about $70. Be careful -- some hotels don't do late checking. This one does. It also takes a day or so to get used to the underground routes.

Great time hotel was great for the price. Staff was friendly , efficient and helpful. Hotel was close to trains but did not care for the neighborhood as much as other neighborhoods Tokyo has to offer.

Stayed at a few places in tokyo during our travels there. This was the most expensive with the fewest amenities - no breakfast included, no water in the room, no early check-in, and an average bathroom.

Friendly English speaking staff. Location is great very close to train station.

The Park Hotel Tokyo is on the top third of an office building, 2-3 minutes to the Shiodome Station and 5-7 minutes from the Shimbashi Station. I really appreciated the friendly staff, very helpful. There is an extra charge for the city view which really is just a view of the Tokyo Tower, but it is worth it if you are staying for a night. 2 or more nights, I'd recommend you pass as you can easily see it at night from the lobby or any other high vantage point in Tokyo. The downstairs lobby is closed after hours, so the air in the building gets pretty stale during summer nights. The area is a business district, after hours it's mostly izakaya-type restaurants near Shimbashi, but you'd have to go out of this area if you want good eats. However, the flip side is that the Yurikamome Line is very close and allows superb access to places like Odaiba and beyond. All in all, a great location at a great price. I ended up paying around $100 USD per night for 4 nights.

Staff was helpful. Located near subway station. Not too far from Tsukiji Market, get there well before 4:40AM if you want to see the tuna auction.

good location. near the shiodome station nice room&good view

The hotel is convenient location to public transport as Shinbashi Station and Shiodome Metro Station are just around the corner, but difficult to find. On 27th floor, you hear noise and vibration from the trains.

Hotel was in perfect proximity and location for transit and sites. Breakfast at hotel is great but a bit expensive. Highly Recommend Robot Restaurant. i didnt want to leave TOKYO. its the civilized version of NYC- (im from The Bronx !).

Very convenient access to Yamanote Line and for getting around town. Great view of Mt. Fuji!

Walking distance from the Subway connecting to all fun parts of the city!

Stayed for 7 nights, 8 days while adventuring around Tokyo and surrounding areas. This was our first trip to Japan and we enjoyed the hotel a lot. We didn't spend much time in the hotel outside of sleeping / resting but for that purpose it was perfect. The rooms are smaller than hotels in the US but didn't feel cramped. The view was incredible and the hotel is very close to transit which allowed us maximum time on our travels and less time walking to/from a train stop. There is a Western-style buffet in the morning which was expensive but SO worth it. Sometimes it's nice to start your day with familiar food before trying a lot of new things. The only downside I can think of is if you're really into nightlife there didn't seem to be a lot of options. The Shiodome area tends to shut down after dinner time. We were in bed early and up early so we didn't miss it. Also, it's hard to find! The Shiodome area is sprawling with multiple "ground" levels. Everyone was very helpful in getting us to our destination but without their help we might still be stuck wandering the area!

The hotel was very accessible, near the SHiodome Station and walking distance to shops and restaurants. Staff was friendly and accommodating. A quiet hotel with an excellent view and clean facilities :)

Clean, comfort, good location, can do better on BR

It was the limit of everything...just the basic for a night in tokyo.

Room was smaller than expected, but adequate for a married couple. Bedroom and bathroom were well appointed, in excellent working order, and kept quite clean. View was magnificent! Location also outstanding, with many, varied transportation options (subway, monorail, taxi, bus, etc.) all within steps. Ice machine on floor was tiny and slow to dispense. Decent (well, passable) selection of cold beverages in the vending machines too. Did not indulge in room-service: outrageously overpriced. Couldn't get reservations in the restaurant we wanted when we wanted either; that's either good because the restaurant is in high demand, or bad because they have a shortage of supply for the demand they've cultivated—you decide. Either way, we were rather relieved anyway as it forced us to go out to experience more of Tokyo and be more adventurous in our dining; it also saved us probably more than US$100 in the end (the in-hotel restaurants were very pricey). Daily breakfast in the lobby is recommended, but be advised, like most Japanese venues & events, when they say service ends at 10:30, they mean 10:30—not 10:31, not 10:40. This ain't the USofA where you can sidle in at 10:29 and still get served. Get there early!

Although the bus from Narita does stop at the Park Hotel, there is confusion about the Royal Park Hotel across the street. 25the floor lobby assures great vistas of Tokyo (we faced river). Rooms are small but adequate, and quiet. Location is surrounded by many good restaurants, although staff in some speak little English. Access to JR and Tokyo Metro is "downstairs" although a little walk is involved. Fitness center by reservation - changed for late flight at no charge. Staff is friendly.

Shiodome Media Tower Tokyo Tokyo-to

Park Hotel Tokyo places you in Minato, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Tsukiji Fish Market and Kabuki-za Theatre. This 4-star hotel has 270 guestrooms and offers conveniences like 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Ginzanishi and also close to Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Imperial Palace.


Dining

Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including HANASANSHOU, which specializes in Japanese cuisine. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

The 270 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect 32-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Safes, phones, and desks are also available.


Property features

Guests staying at Park Hotel Tokyo enjoy access to a full-service spa, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. If you drive, self parking is JPY 2000 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle at scheduled times for JPY 3100 per person one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a meeting room, a 24-hour business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.

Room options

City Twin

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Premium Twin

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

City Single Room (19 meter squared, small window)

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

City Queen Room with Tokyo Tower View

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Park Hotel Tokyo

Everyone (6) Couples (14) Business (7) Family (7) Other (3) Friends (2)
5

great location

Everyone

loved the place and the staff, great location, and beautiful view

By , from Victoria, BC on Mar 15, 2017

5

nice location, exceptional view.

Everyone

The hotel is located closed to Tokyo Station and Ginza area. Shiodome/Shimbashi station are also closed to the hotel building. Location is very convenient. The lobby has exceptional view of Tokyo with Tokyo Tower and Mt Fuji in the background. The room is clean, and with decent size considering in the center of Tokyo.

By , from San Francisco, CA on Feb 22, 2017

5
Everyone

Room is clean and comfortable. Good size in the context of Japanese hotels. Lobby area is very nice. Good location and convenient to transportation and food.

By on Feb 3, 2017

5

high floor view is amazing

Everyone

My wife and I did a quick 5 day trip to Tokyo. The hotel lobby is on the 25th floor and the rooms go up from there. The room was clean, comfortable with everything you could have forgotten.. toothbrushes, razor, etc... and complete with high-power USB for the phones and tablets. We got a view of Tokyo tower on 30th floor. Amazing at night. The entire hotel is modern and clean. I can't imagine that a Hyatt would have been any better. The hotel staff was extremely attentive with some English-speakers. They made arrangements for a show and did the whole thing by email while we were out during the day. They helped with directions and transit.The hotel served food and drink in a beautiful atrium lobby, It's not cheap. The day it rained, the hotel loaned us umbrellas as they saw we weren't prepared for the rain. The hotel is connected underground to the Tokyo metro at E19 Shiodome station. The Ginza and Asakusa lines are also connected underground through a half-mile walkway. There is plenty of shopping and food without even going out on the street. You can use public transport directly from the hotel to the two Tokyo airports. We arrived late at night from HND and decided to take a taxi for about $70. Be careful -- some hotels don't do late checking. This one does. It also takes a day or so to get used to the underground routes.

By , from San Francisco on Aug 31, 2016

4

1.5 in tokyo

Everyone

Great time hotel was great for the price. Staff was friendly , efficient and helpful. Hotel was close to trains but did not care for the neighborhood as much as other neighborhoods Tokyo has to offer.

By on Jun 30, 2016

3

you are paying for the view

Everyone

Stayed at a few places in tokyo during our travels there. This was the most expensive with the fewest amenities - no breakfast included, no water in the room, no early check-in, and an average bathroom.

By on Apr 23, 2016

5

great service

Couples

Friendly English speaking staff. Location is great very close to train station.

By on Nov 12, 2015

5

fun stay in tokyo!

Couples

The Park Hotel Tokyo is on the top third of an office building, 2-3 minutes to the Shiodome Station and 5-7 minutes from the Shimbashi Station. I really appreciated the friendly staff, very helpful. There is an extra charge for the city view which really is just a view of the Tokyo Tower, but it is worth it if you are staying for a night. 2 or more nights, I'd recommend you pass as you can easily see it at night from the lobby or any other high vantage point in Tokyo. The downstairs lobby is closed after hours, so the air in the building gets pretty stale during summer nights. The area is a business district, after hours it's mostly izakaya-type restaurants near Shimbashi, but you'd have to go out of this area if you want good eats. However, the flip side is that the Yurikamome Line is very close and allows superb access to places like Odaiba and beyond. All in all, a great location at a great price. I ended up paying around $100 USD per night for 4 nights.

By on Aug 27, 2015

5

great city views

Singles

Staff was helpful. Located near subway station. Not too far from Tsukiji Market, get there well before 4:40AM if you want to see the tuna auction.

By on Aug 12, 2015

4

family trip

Families

good location. near the shiodome station nice room&good view

By on Jul 21, 2015