This is a superb Hotel when visiting Tokyo for business or pleasure. This has been my go-to Hotel whenever I travel to Tokyo. This Hotel has everything a western traveler wants and needs. Excellent service and style, you feel well taken care of and it's genuine. The rooms are western sized with excellent amenities. The decor is updated, although the Hotel has been around for a long time. Originally part of the Miyako, Japan Hotels, this property has been owned subsequently by Radisson and now Sheraton without losing its style (you have to wander through the mature Japanese Garden) and superior service.
The location is off the beaten path but easily accessed in a quiet neighborhood. Tokyo is so busy and noisy that this oasis is a pleasure. The best part is you can catch a FREE shuttle from Shinagawa or Meguro JR stations avoiding expensive Taxi fares. I told you, it makes sense.
I stayed again recently after a long absence from Japan. The fitness facilities have been significantly upgraded. It's not easy to find a hotel in Japan with Fitness Facilties at all, this one is now top notch.
One comment that I must mention, on 11 September 2001 I had arrived at this Hotel the night before the attacks on USA. I was supposed to stay three days and return home to California. There were no flights for about one week when ANA was allowed to fly again into LAX. I had no reservation and this is a popular hotel. This Hotel was gracious, upgraded me to a suite and told me I had a room for as long as I needed. This was incredibly gracious and I was comforted to be in familiar surroundings until I was able to get a flight.
This level of service continues today. This should be your address in Tokyo.