Spent three nights there Feb. 14-17 with my partner in a Club level suite and my partner's sister in a club-level deluxe room - fantastic city views in both. Both superb in decor, fit and finish - very contemporary, somewhat masculine (which suits us) with all bells and whistles but also warm and welcoming. We tend to be demanding on hotel service (reservations, travel arrangements, local questions, transport of things we buy, etc.) and the service here was awesome. For the last 15 years, I've been staying at the Park Hyatt (which is probably still my favorite hotel in the world). Picked this because the surrounding area was going to be a little more interesting for my partner and sister, who hadn't been in Tokyo before. Park Hyatt is still tops for me, but this is close and little bit warmer and softer. Breakfast buffet was very good, eggs benedict superb (I missed the Park Hyatt's nasi goreng). Best food was room service we got from their French restaurant. I like to run in the morning and while it didn't offer the nearby Yoyogi Park I run to from the PH, I was able to run around Akasaka Palace (4.25 miles total) and down to and around the Imperial Palace (8 mi total). Limousine Bus is an option; we splurged and had their Rolls pick us up at Narita. Pricey but wonderful, so decadently nice after a long flight.
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