The Capitol Hotel Tokyu5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
hotel is welcoming and staff speaks English very well. Rooms are spacious and the coffee and water supply is terrific. the amenities in the bathroom are perfect for some pampering or if you have forgotten anything. the rooms are clean and tidy and the sliding door allows sunlight into the incredible bathing area.
You will enjoy your stay, no question ask. Staff is remarkable in an elegant designed hotel with a blend of modern and traditional Japanese culture standing right near Hie-jinja Shrine. Room are comfortable and functional with sliding panels. Subway station down below for the adventurous or taxi for the cautious. You will find a beautiful pool and jacuzzi on the 15 Floor. Walk out at night and eat in local restaurant few blocks down the road or stay at the hotel, your call. I love this place
Fantastic hotel that has undergone renovation a few years ago. Location is good for business but not for vacation travelers. Facilities are very nice with proper gym and great swimming pool. Note that the hotel is extremely Japanese. an example: when you go to swim, you have to sign a waiver. They dont allow you into the pool area if you have a tattoo of any size. YES, read it again. They make you rinse off before going into the pool and they make you wear a swimming cap when swimming. None of it is really bad, but just nuisances of staying at a very Japanese hotel. Facilities and rooms are excellent. Big size and looks very modern.
Besides the service from the staff which was excellent, the location of this hotel is great with subway just in the basement and you can get to literally anywhere by subway. Very close to Ginza, Shibuya, Ropponggi and Harajuku. The only downside is the buffet breakfast selection. For JPY4,000+ I would expect more varieties.
We can't fault this hotel. We upgraded and enjoyed a corner suite with access to the private member's area. Having access to the subway was incredible. The food at breakfast was delicious and service impeccable. Would we stay here again? The views across Tokyo were certainly worth it – especially as you could enjoy it while taking a bath in the incredible bathroom!
We recently stayed at this hotel during the peak of Sakura season and it's safe to say it does not disappoint on any level! It was our first trip to Tokyo so I can't comment on how this competes with other high end hotels in the area but the hospitality and attention to detail exceeds anything you will find in London or New York. Room: We stayed in a Deluxe room which was extremely spacious and had a superb view over the Imperial Gardens. The design of the room really was stunning and had a lovely Japanese theme running throughout. Also fairly spacious for a room in a major city like Tokyo! The shower in particular is by far the best I've used in any hotel or house ever! Location: There's a subway station in the basement of the hotel which is connected to four of the main lines on the Tokyo metro. The station is also centrally located between Shibuya and Ginza, so an ideal middle-ground for accessing the city.There's also a Starbucks in the metro station which is ideal for a pick me up coffee to beat jet lag! Within walking distance there are some great restaurants and bars - special mention goes to Bar Code Name Mixology in Akasaka if you're a whiskey fan! Staff: This is where the hotel really does excel. From check in to check out everyone we encountered at the hotel was extremely friendly and happy to help in any way they could. For me this is where Japan is special, the culture facilitates a passion and pride in your career and this really does come across in the hospitality industry. The concierge team really do deserve a shout out as well. Shinkansen tickets are notoriously difficult to book prior to arriving in Japan and as we were travelling in busy season I wanted to make sure we could get around the country when we wanted to! As a result I emailed the hotel prior to leaving the UK and they arranged all our trains, with tickets being handed over to us when we arrived - a big help. They also secured restaurant reservations at Hakushu and Kyubey with relatively short notice (both were fantastic). Facilities: Lobby again is wonderfully designed and has a lovely feel when you first arrive. We only ate in the hotel restaurant one night and the food was lovely if not a bit on the pricey side but I think this should be expected for any high-end hotel. On the whole it's tough to fault this hotel and when I return to Tokyo I won't look anywhere else! A truly lovely experience.
Tokyo is a huge place, and I'm not going to try and suggest where to stay. However if the hotel meets your geographic requirements then it's simply outstanding. The hotels are a good size and functional, great shower, room service is excellent and the staff are invariably helpful and polite, and I've never had a communications challenge. Really nothing to criticise, unless you want to have a hard night propping up the hotel bar - in that case you're far smarter to walk the 10 minutes over to Akasaka and the price of food/drink will probably be cut in half.
The hotel and rooms are excellent and the staff are very helpful and most speak English. Everything is spotless and clean. The hotel is located in a quiet area but is close to the vast subway system where you can easily get around Tokyo. My complaint is about the pool and changing rooms. You can use the pool at no extra charge but if you would like to use the changing facilities and lockers then you must pay an additional fee of US$20. Yes the changing room does have a sauna etc. This is not a cheap hotel and this additional charge is unacceptable.
Located very close to the parliament,the Capitol Hotel has very good access to multiple railway lines for easy access to all of Tokyo. In a quiet area and therefore sleep is well enjoyed The rooms are very spacious and clean, with very large and well stocked bathroom. Most of the staff spoke some English and a few were very fluent.
Rooms are beautifil, spacious, nicely designed and clean. And, oh, those japanese toilets, theyare really great once you figured out all the buttons. Staff is very helpful and polite. If you go down the elevator you get to the metro station with great connections to get around in Tokyo.
- Walking distance to National Diet Building
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
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.
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. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
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.
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.
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95% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1241 reviews