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Right by Tokyo station this hotel is on the 27+ floor of an office block. The staff are incredibly helpful, rooms are well equipped, modern and spotlessly clean. Compared with similar hotels nearby it is superb value for money.
A friend recommended the Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi to us. This hotel is much less expensive than other options we considered, and is extremely conveniently located -- adjacent to the central Tokyo train station served by the Narita express and bullet trains from other parts of...More
It’s my second time staying one of their king corner rooms and I still like it. The room is small if you try to fit the whole family in, but for couple and solo travelers it should be okay. I highly recommend king corner room...More
Situated atop the Sapia Tower building located at the north end of Tokyo Station, next to the north Shinkansen gates, it would be hard to find a hotel with better access to Tokyo transit options. We did bumble around a bit trying to find our...More
Modern and convenient but very expensive for what it offers. Our room was very small 20m and should not be described as a double. Breakfast was very poor. Not much food and what there was was tasteless. Would not stay there again.
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
Rooms are small by US standards, but hotel is top notch. In my view, Japanese breakfast is better than Western, which includes some Japanese dishes. When I stayed there last fall, one chose the principal Western dish from... More
Rooms are small by US standards, but hotel is top notch. In my view, Japanese breakfast is better than Western, which includes some Japanese dishes. When I stayed there last fall, one chose the principal Western dish from a menu of maybe four items. The rest was buffet style. The Japanese breakfast was a set menu