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We stayed in this hotel for five nights. We chose the smallest room but it was still a bit bigger than other hotel room. Surprisingly, two small luggages were able to store in the room and there was still enough space for us to move...More
Trivago found this fab room at the right price. I was nervous that a small room with a three-quarter bed might be primitive. Imagine our surprise when we walk in to discover an elegant hotel, right across from the Imperial Palace, to boot!
Stayed for almost 8 days in this hotel and it has been a wonderful experience staying here. Room is always clean and well made when we got back from our Tokyo adventures and it only 5 minutes walk to the Hanzomon station (exit 1). There...More
Just back from a 4 night stay with my family of 7. We took 4 rooms.
We arrived in Haneda. Took the monorail to the final stop, then switched to a cab to the hotel. About JPY1,500.
Room size is small, typical of Tokyo hotels....More
I spent three nights at this excellent hotel and was quite pleased by everything - impeccable cleanliness, surprisingly spacious rooms, excellent Japanese breakfast, friendly staff... Well, the same can be said about many business hotels. What I really liked about the Grand Arc Hanzomon is...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
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We came into Haneda and checked one suitcase needed for a different location, so we hauled our remaining suitcase and took the metro. You buy a card with cash only and use it to enter and exit each station. I think we put... More
We came into Haneda and checked one suitcase needed for a different location, so we hauled our remaining suitcase and took the metro. You buy a card with cash only and use it to enter and exit each station. I think we put 2,000 yen on it. We had to get to Hanzomon Station. Someone at the airport can give you the route which is via Ginza Station and a short hike to transfer.
Coming back to Haneda we connected with the the train to arrive right at the airport.
These stations are huge so it's handy to consult the maps there to exit where you want. The hotel is only 2 blocks from one corner of the station. Elevators don't always go to the exit you want but extra walking might beat dragging your luggage up four flights.....those metros run deep!
Be sure to get advice and maps from English info because once you are enroute you might not find English assistance -- although the metro visuals are in English too. Have fun and check out the Apple store for deals -- no taxes! and you can declare it to avoid duty.