Welcome to Hotel Niwa Tokyo, your Chiyoda “home away from home.” Hotel Niwa Tokyo aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Tokyo Daijingu Shrine (0.6 mi) and Tokyo Central Railway Station (1.4 mi), guests of Hotel Niwa Tokyo can easily experience some of Chiyoda's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and Hotel Niwa Tokyo makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a fitness center and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Steak House Pound Akihabara, Jiromaru Akihabara, and Teppanyaki Yamahiko, which are some steakhouses that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Imperial Palace (1.2 mi), Akihabara (0.9 mi), or Yasukuni Shrine (0.9 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Hotel Niwa Tokyo puts the best of Chiyoda at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This is a well-designed hotel with the use of warm wood throughout the hotel common areas and rooms. The rooms are not large, which is perfectly normal in Tokyo, but the bathrooms are relatively spacious. The hotel is located on a side street behind a main drag, so there is a definite sense of tranquility about this hotel. There are multiple transportation links, both trains and subways, close by, and small shops and restaurants within walking distance (a somewhat unique neighborhood since there are a number of universities in the area). The breakfast buffet was ample, with eggs made to order, but the Japanese breakfast available on the weekends is fantastic (there is a limit of 15 meals per day so you need to arrive early). My only complaints were that the lighting in the room could be brighter and the weak Wifi signal (it kept dropping). Overall, though, a very nice stay, but the place will become more popular and more expensive soon. …
A cozy and welcoming hotel in the capital of Japan. The staff are very helpful and friendly. The location is good - it is not far from public transport but quiet enough for guests to get sufficient rest. I like this hotel.
I always stay here during business trip for its quietness and away from the buzzing streets. the hotel nestled in schools, office and typical japanese neighbourhood with walking distance to few major train station. I enjoyed walking along the river to explore smaller shops, eateries, and people watching. The hotel has one small restaurant serving exquisite food, the main restaurant serves both western and japanese choice of food daily.
Choose a premium room as I was in Tokyo for a week and I wanted a larger room. There were 2 beds, a sitting area, a desk and the bathroom (which was large with a shower and a tub). The room was modern, very clean, and offered plenty of amenities including bottled water, a coffee machine, and an iron. The staff was wonderful and even helped me get a cab to the airport. The fitness room is misleading as it is only a few machines. The buffett was great as there were plenty of choices and freshly made eggs to order. The location was okay, not a lot near by - a 10 minute walk to train station and five minute walk to a 7-11 and restaurants.
This is basically a decent hotel but expensive as I stayed during during the Xmas New Year period. The rooms are very small , and the cuisine in the hotel is very expensive for what it is. Breakfast was included and was very decent but for its cost , it was not sensational. I ordered an omelette which was very small . I requested another and was told that one could order only one omelette off the buffet. Ridiculous,especially since Japan is not going through a food crisis or the hotel owners are just plain cheap. However to be fair, there are washing machines available and massage chairs. As check out time is 11 am , any addition time requested time is charged by the hour!! There are obviously better choices in Tokyo as there is no dearth of hotels in this magnificent city. I have been to Tokyo at least 25 times.…