This is a grand looking hotel, in a useful area for sight seeing. The lobby and restaurant look good and are well maintained.Didn't eat in the restaurant, as breakfast was equivalent of £27, but there are plenty of nice places next door at Ark complex, and a 24hr supermarket. However, the bedrooms are average,and smelt of smoke in both rooms I was offered. They are too small, particularly the bathroom, where there isn't room to turn around. Beds large, but too low, mattress uncomfortable and the pillows ridiculous- they disappear when you lie on them, even three didn't do the trick. Had to use the ( smelling of smoke ) cushions underneath them for support. The bar on 36th floor was also rather unattractive, not very big and, unsurprisingly, expensive. Staff were ok, but not overly helpful. Overall, a disappointing experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Location is everything in a busy city, and ANA InterContinental Tokyo has one of the best. In Ark Hills near Akasaka, Roppongi and Kasumigaseki, the hotel provides easy access to Tokyo Metro stations, government agencies and financial institutions. The Imperial Palace, Senso-ji Temple, Ginza shopping district and the Mori Art Museum are short distances away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ana Intercontinental Tokyo Hotel Minato
- Intercontinental Hotel Minato
- ANA InterContinental Tokyo Japan