Hotel Okura was wonderfully appointed with front desk staff and bell men providing impeccable service. The wide expansive lobby decor looks like something out of a 007 movie, and I was half expecting to see James Bond himself walk by with martini in hand. The carpeting, sofas and chairs, architecture, and lighting seems a little dated, but it still evokes an elegance and charm that appeals to the senses. My room was small but lovely. Two kimono type bathrobes were folded on the foot of the bed (which was very comfy), and a greeting card between an origami turtle and bird lay at my pillows. The bathroom had lovely toiletries including Shisheido items and to be blunt....the electronic toilet with built in bidet and "noise" masking water fall sounds was quite interesting. The hotel will arrange for a bus to the airport for $30.00USD...well worth the price. Overall, an enjoyable stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In both the Main Building and South Wing, where Japanese traditional design is carefully preserved, guest rooms ranging from standard to suites are available, providing an array of room choices each offering true relaxation. It is our hope that guests, greeted upon arrival in the room by a traditional folded paper crane, will enjoy a comfortable stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Okura Tokyo Hotel
- Okura Tokyo Minato
- Hotel Okura Tokyo Japan