Looking for a place to stay in Chiyoda? Then look no further than Tokyo Green Palace, a charming hotel that brings the best of Chiyoda to your doorstep.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Tokyo Green Palace features a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Tokyo Green Palace guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
Nearby landmarks such as Imperial Palace Running Course (0.6 mi) and Kitanomaru Park (0.7 mi) make Tokyo Green Palace Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Chiyoda.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to All-Day Dining Oasis Garden, Salotto CANTICO, or Heinz Beck, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Tokyo Green Palace.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Imperial Palace (0.8 mi), Yasukuni Shrine (0.6 mi), and Chidorigafuchi (0.7 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Tokyo Green Palace as you experience everything Chiyoda has to offer.
The room reminded me of a cruise ship room, with the bed taking up the vast majority of the room space. However, it was clean and comfortable. It is right next to Kojimachi station and only a 5-10 minute walk from Ichigaya station, so it's very convenient for touring.
Was booked on a Single Non-Smoking Room. The smallness seems to be a norm for Japan. However it has all that is needed - comfortable bed which takes up 70% of room space and can rest on other side as a sofa. Clean and provides room spray, various charger plugs. Bathroom is typical Japanese size too, but is clean and the shower amenities, foam facial wash and hand soap are all nice to use! Staff were polite too (not necessarily warm and friendly, but politeness is good enough for this trip).
We stayed here at tguestd of our Japan trip, on arrival at reception were told we had smoking rooms as requested, when I said no we booked non smoking rooms, the senior Receptionist said that our booking was for two smoking rooms and that was what we had. I asked if we could have non smoking rooms and were told no we are full and we have a group coming in, we lasted no more than ten minutes in the room, we went back to reception with the booking form from Agoda which clearly said we booked non smoking rooms, Which the same form was pushed back to us saying, we don't need it, it's pre paid, so I approached another receptionist with the booking form and highlighted the non smoking rooms, the original receptionist stepped in and demanded to know where the booking said that, I placed my room key card undermining it, then he hastily started writing down room numbers and told us to go back to our rooms and they would get our new rooms ready, were moved within ten minutes, this should have been done at check in, it left a feeling of being badly treated and not valued as a guest. Breakfast was even worse, clearly only aimed at the Japanese and Asian guest, a huge selection for Japan/Asian tastes but for Western tastes very little, we found this the worst of our hotels in Japan, the location was good, but would not stay here again or recommend it, after all this the mini fridge didn't work and after everything else I just couldn't be bothered dealing with it, the room itself was great once we had rooms that did not smell of cigarette smoke, all to late though…
The rooms are small but this is somewhat of a norm for Tokyo. The room was clean and the air conditioner worked well. The staff were friendly. There is a basket near the elevators with free toiletries but the room also has everything you need. This is about a two minute walk from the subway kojimachi stop and you can catch the hanzomon line or the JR (Ichigaya) with about a seven minute walk. Lots of restaurants in the area. Recommend Number 4 for breakfast or pizza..a short walk down Nihondori towards Ichigaya.
The double room I booked was small!! I Couldn’t open our medium suitcase properly. After a long flight arriving to the hotel we weren’t able to checkin right away or have a shower. The receptionist gave me options to go to an Internet cafe while they kept my bag for checkin at 3pm. The staff were friendly and courteous. No pool, gym or onsen. The breakfast wasn’t good, quite a small range of option most Japanese food and hot chips for Western food. The hotel looked really fancy outside but it lacked a lot of amenities for the price we paid.