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The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Rooms are clean, well equipped and have great views. The staff if very friendly and helps with all requests. Great food is also available. Location is central Tokyu yet steps away from several metro lines.

I’ve stayed in this hotel few times already since it’s near my office in Tokyo. Everything is great in the hotel, service is of course superb and room is very nice. nice shower, bath, tokyo view and also a comfortable bed. it connects to a subway station and there is a small convenient store 24H in case you need any extra drinks, snacks, food, amenities.

I stayed here on business for 4 days in November. Stayed in a standard room; very nice, good size, I liked the bathroom and there is good wet room with a shower and bath. Decent amenities too. Bear in mind that there is a shrine outside but otherwise not a lot going on in the area but it is conveniently placed for the metro with a station below it. If you wander down towards Bic Camera (where you can buy the cheaper tourist metro tickets) there is a bit more life in the backstreets behind it. We tried the pool which was good enough (worth noting they don't allow tattoos or skimpy swimwear) and has a hot tub next to it. What did irk me was that you had to pay to use the sauna - if you are staying a five star hotel I think you should be able to use all of the facilities. Breakfast was just about ok, but expensive particularly given the fairly limited range of food on offer. They also start removing food at 10am sharp; pretty irritating when you enter at 9:50am and they take the full price off you (although they did offer a discount when we complained). The hotel bar is ok but smokey (as with many places in Japan - I never minded smoke that much before it is was banned in bars in the UK but it was the first time I had experienced a smokey bar for years and it wasn't especially pleasant).

Our stay at the Capitol was very comfortable, the rooms were serviced to perfection every day and were some of the nicest I've ever stayed in, the breakfast buffet although very expensive was delicious, the staff were all friendly and the location was a winner being right above the subway which connects to four lines.

This was our second visit to the Tokyu Capitol Hotel in Japan. Although we only stayed for one night, we had a similar positive experience in the past. The location is very convenient since the building is positioned on top of a metro station, which means transportation is very easy. It was just an hour train ride from the Narita International Airport via a high speed, direct train. The hotel has a very sleek, appearance with its mixtures of traditional and contemporary designs featuring a large quantity of shiny granite. There is a lovely restaurant in which one can consume a vast breakfast buffet in the warmth of the morning sun. The buffet is approximately $60 USD per person, unless you have a breakfast voucher included in your plan. The rooms themselves are covered in warm honey colored wood, and both of the rooms we stayed in have fantastic views of the metropolitan city. The bathrooms are well-equipped with a rain shower, bathtub and smart toilets. Additionally, there were free amenities. Each room had a tv with a variety of channels and either plush chairs or a couch. The staff were very friendly, helpful and welcoming and did everything they could to make you feel welcomed. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and are looking forward to returning in the near future!

This was our third stay at the Capitol and once again it lived up to (and exceeded) expectations. Our room was large and the bathroom is one of the very best we've ever had. The rain-shower is awesome and the bath allows for sweeping city views through the glass walls. The bed is very comfortable and our room was as quiet as a church. Service is top notch; we never saw housekeeping in our 4 days and yet our room was always perfectly serviced whenever we got back. The location, close to the evening bustle of Akasuka and sitting atop 2 metro stations, is perfect. It's a gentle stroll to the Imperial Palace gardens.I recommend this place to all my friends who go to Tokyo and no one's ever been disappointed. It's not cheap but it's worth every cent....true value!

If you want an efficient, spotless, new hotel well located then this is for you. The rooms are spacious with a traditional feel and floor to ceiling windows. The pool is large and located in the middle floors with views over Tokyo although they are strict on following over the top hygiene rules (everyone wearing a hat). The only downside is the bar which is very much an afterthought. Best to head into Akasaka itself which had tremendous options. If you need a couple of minutes of solitude then the shrine next door can do the trick.

I stayed here at the beginning of December for 10 days with my husband and 7 month old son. The hotel is very clean and modern and the service is excellent. The rooms are very spacious - there was a massive King size bed (a bit too firm for me) and enough room for a lounge, coffee table and a desk. We also had a travel cot in the room and didn’t feel cramped at all. There is a seperate area for clothes and suitcases with drawers and a rack. The bathroom was also really big and had a double vanity and an excellent rain shower. Our room looked over the Diet building and you could also see the Imperial Gardens in the distance. Although it’s not in the middle of the ‘action’ there is a subway in the basement which is only around 10/15mins to Shibuya or Shinjuku. Roppongi is also a short cab ride away. Personally, I prefer to be slightly further away from the hustle and bustle of a big city than right in the thick of it; it provides a good escape, especially when travelling with an infant. The hotel were really good and I would give them our bottles to sterilise every few days - I had steriliser bags which I explained to staff how to use and I would just drop the bag off and they’d bring it up to our room later on in the day. There is also a 7/11 in the basement of the hotel. I would go there for all your snacks and drinks as the mini bar is pretty pricey. The hotel provides 2 bottles of water per day and the room also has a nespresso machine. The only thing which is pretty silly is they don’t provide milk for you like most other hotels do; they only have powdered creamer. I called and asked for some milk for our coffees but it wasn’t until checkout that I realised I’d been charged $10usd for half a cup of milk. I questioned it and I found it a bit annoying that staff made multiple phone calls to room service to ask about the milk. I wasn’t denying asking for it, just questioning why a small amount of milk costs $10usd. Anyway, they removed the charge in the end but I suggest if you want actual milk for your coffee to grab some from 7/11. Other than that, the hotel is excellent and would definitely stay here again when we next visit Tokyo.

Stayed for 5 days, and had a fantastic stay here. Had a Club Level room, with access to a lounge with drinks and snacks/ light food. Fantastic views from both the room and the lounge. Spacious and excellent room with everything you expect, and then some. An example; in the room we found a mobile phone, "Handy", free to use and bring along. For foreigners like us without a Japanese sim-card this was excellent. We then had unlimited access to Google Maps, Internet and even calls! Excellent staff that were all very accommodating and fluent English speaking. The concierge helped us book a table at different restaurants, booked tickets for the ride to the airport asf. The location is close to perfect, and you can literally take the elevator down to the subway with three lines. There is a SevenEleven and a Starbucks at the basement level.

Located just near the fort in city (prefect location ), the hotel is clean and provides u great hospitality.the hot owner is very helpful and we guide you throughout your stay the staff were very helpful

2-10-3 Nagata-cho Tokyo Tokyo-to

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to National Diet Building
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in Chiyoda within a short walk of National Diet Building, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Tokyo Imperial Palace. This 5-star hotel has 251 rooms and welcomes guests with 3 restaurants, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. It's in central Tokyo and also close to Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Stock Exchange.


Dining

There are ample dining options with 3 onsite restaurants, including All Day Dining ORIGAMI, which specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with full breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 251 soundproofed accommodations feature separate bedrooms. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and wired Internet, plus flat-screen TVs with digital channels and pay movies. Beds sport premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. MP3 docks, refrigerators, and minibars are other standard amenities.


Property features

At The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Parking is available for JPY 4000 per night (JPY 4000 per night for valet parking), and there's also limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a spa tub, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Premier corner twin

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Club deluxe king

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Executive Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Hollywood Twin

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

95% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1347 reviews