Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Nihonbashi4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
As stated above we had to return again to the executive rooms as the lounge is so good in terms of breakfast, evening snacks and generous wines and spirits. All the positives reported here are spot on. We forgive the closure of the swimming pool as now you get a "Handy" free of charge, which we used as a Wi-fi hot spot for our phones for just Y300/day. As it was raining it was so convenient to take the lift direct to the subway ticket hall. The service and the staff are quite exceptional in this hotel, but the rooms are a little dated. Last time we were here we didn't find any exceptional local restaurants but this was because we were walking in the wrong direction! If you turn towards Ningyocho station after a couple of blocks you have a great selection of restaurants including the top rated Imahan restaurant for spectacular Shabu Shabu and Sukiyaki. Don't forget with the TCat Terminal on the opposite block makes this one of Tokyo's best connected hotels for NRT and HND.
Right next to the T-CAT, a straghtforward bus ride from Haneda Airport, I'd strongly recommend this hotel as your stay while you transit to other cities around Japan, or just stay there while you take the subway anywhere around. Unfortunately, I only booked for a night before moving onto other parts of Tokyo... Staff there is friendly and speaks perfect English, the people around the neighbourhood is (still) reserved but very friendly. I cannot remember when was the last time a staff at the concierge took initiative to come up to me from a distance away and help me with the luggage upon check in and check out, even when in other parts of Japan. Room was satisfactory and clean. I'm a smoker, and I didn't have a brave the weather to take a break. They have a clean smoking room on the second floor. Breakfast wise was simple enough. It was rather easy to get a taxi at the front of the hotel. But though the train stations are relatively nearby, due to the tiled pavement, I'd recommend you travel around with luggage equipped with strong wheels. Overall, we are very satisfied with the hotel and will certainly return and this time we will be staying more days.
The hotel is at a great location, staff is really friendly and the rooms are very clean. Breakfast was really good with great choices and variety for a western menu. Compared to other hotels in the area very spacious. I wish the gym was open.
This hotel is a bit outdated but definitely has its pros and cons. Pros: - Location as it is just above a metro station and no need to get out of the hotel to get to the metro - Each room is equipped with HANDY, which is a smart phone that you take with you wherever you go and you have internet all the time. Also, for 6-7 countries in the world, you can make phone calls for free... - Spacious rooms - Bathrooms are with a bath tab - Proximity of good and various grocery shops and restaurants Cons: - Expensive breakfast - Outdated rooms for the hotel classification - A bit pricey rooms There are several restaurants, but we didn't visit them. Paolo, the hotel manager was a great support to us and provided many valuable information. Other staff very responsive and helpful.
Great place to stay with wonderful amenities. The room is well appointed with a refrigerator, free beverages, toiletries and extras like slippers and robes make it a nice place to stay. It is near the airport and provides a shuttle to the airport. Nearby restaurants.
A great hotel in a great location, comfortable and worth staying again. The service provided is outstanding – for example, it was raining pretty hard and of course, I did not have an umbrella, but the Royal Park had many to spare! Pro: • Great location – close to the famous now closed, Tsujiki Fish Market, great restaurants, subway station. • Great breakfast buffet – mix of traditional Japanese and continental. So you can have the traditional rice, miso soup, grilled fish, natto, along with bread/cheese, yogurt, coffee, tea, juice (orange, apple, cranberry)…there is a coffee machine that dispenses green tea latte – it was a great find! • Laundry service – quick, efficient, and affordable, about $5 to launder/press a dress shirt within a day • Rooms are comfortable (and large even to American standards) with great and attentive staff • Right next door to the airport shuttle bus – for ~$8, 30 minutes later, you are in Haneda Airport – a bit more and longer for Narita Airport. Con: • GYM – non-existent. During my stay, it was being renovated so the “temporary” gym consisted of four converted rooms – three of the rooms had a threadmill and bicycle; the last room had a few yoga mats, dumbbells (not many)…needless to say, the gym was disappointing. NOTE: There are TWO Royal Park Hotels in the area, this is the 2-1-1 Nihonbashi property. If it were not for the non-existent gym, the rating would have been better! Or give guests the option to work out elsewhere at the real gym.
It is an old hotel but well maintained.You may feel a bit on the decor but it is still very comfortable. Located on top of the Suitengu Mae station, it is very convenient to Tokyo station area as well as Shibuya and areas like Ginza and Omotesando. The lobby is very big and the staff is very attentive, multilingual. The rooms are well maintained , the bathroom has many good amenities as well as a kettle and teas/ coffee available. They have a in room cell phone, that you can carry with you. This is a very good thing, you can use as a local cell phone with private number or use for roaming to your cell/ tablet. It is a very cool and helpful gadget since this is what all travelers look for in a new place nowadays. There are many restaurants in the hotel as well as convenience stores just across the hotel. The surroundings are interesting as it still keeps somehow an atmosphere of old Tokyo. It is very close to the TCAT , another convenience in going to the airport, Narita and Haneda.
Location is very convenient for airports and central Tokyo. There are several other more interesting Tokyo locations to stay in, but here you have a wide variety of restaurants for local nearby dining. And you are in Shinjuku or other more happening places in 20-15 min. The decor is dated, but the rooms are large and work well. My floor 10 room was right next to several elevated highways, and I could see the traffic from my window...but I could not hear a thing - not even at night.
Incredibly helpful staff and a large number of places in the property to eat, if you don’t want to sample the local cruising. The first impression when you walk in is very positive. Unfortunately that changes once you get to your room. The rooms are very dated and in dire need of an upgrade. Beds are small and if they were any lower, you would be sleeping on the floor. The shower controls are circa 1950 and the shower head is suitable for people under 5.5 feet tall. Towels are good. No iron/ironing board in the room, but they will bring one up to you. Biggest disappointment is there are no USB charging ports in the room.
I loved this hotel just for two things - the staff is extremely kind and helpful and the location is very convenient! Paolo the hotel manager was very friendly and his advise helped us explore Tokyo. The staff really go out of their way to help you in any way possible. Having said that, the rooms very nothing special and also cramped for the amount you're paying for renting the room. The breakfast is over priced and I recommend having breakfast at one of the cafe's in the city where you'll get the same or even better quality of breakfast for one fourth the price. I'd still recommend the place for the location and the wonderful staff but maybe travel light to save space in the room!
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Spa services
- Business center
Located in Chuo, Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Nihonbashi is adjacent to Musee Hamaguchi Yozo Yamasa Collection and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Matsushima Shrine. This 419-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like 4 restaurants, 2 bars/lounges, and free in-room WiFi.
There are ample dining options with 4 onsite restaurants, including Sumida, which specializes in barbecue. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM.
A 26-inch LCD TV comes with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Pillowtop beds sport pillow menus and the bathroom offers a soaking tub, a hair dryer, and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, a minibar, and free newspapers.
Guests of Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Nihonbashi enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a business center. Self parking is offered for JPY 1500.00 per night. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, securing valuables, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a computer station, a porter/bellhop, and a ballroom.
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88.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1296 reviews