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Hotel Gajoen Tokyo

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Small Luxury Hotels of the World. At Hotel Gajoen Tokyo, suites are set between the 6th and 8th floors, for peaceful nights and weeping city views.Along with luxury touches such as a private sauna and beautiful marble bathroom. In 1928, a new Tokyo treasure opened its gates. Hotel Gajoen Tokyo promised cuisine, hospitality and surroundings so otherworldly that it became known as the ‘Palace of the Dragon God’. It fast became a hotspot for luxury society weddings and social events. Today, the original retreat has been carefully transformed. A boutique hotel immersed in omotenashi hospitality that continues to welcome wedding parties and global travellers to Tokyo.
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Property amenities
Room service
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Banquet Room
Business Center with Internet Access
Dry Cleaning
Hot Tub
Laundry Service
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Shuttle Bus Service
Wheelchair access
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Room features
Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
Accessible rooms
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Shibuya, Harajuku, Ebisu
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool. At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
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This place is a real gem. Free shuttle bus available every 20 min took us straight from outside Meguro Station to the Hotel. Driver, reception, concierge, everyone was extremely polite and happy to welcome us. A short walk trough a beautiful corridor took us to the lift up to
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We didn’t stay here but enjoyed walking through the facility for some coffee. The property is very attractive for tourists who are discovering Japan and we are sure they will enjoy their stay. We have no idea what the prices are like but most likely on the high side
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We had the pleasure of staying for 2 nights at this prestigious hotel whilst attending a friend's wedding. All we can say is wow ! The staff, service, room, executive lounge, and location cannot be described in words but need to be experienced in order to understand how truly
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I was introduced to this hotel by a friend of mine who took me and a visitor from Germany here in 2018 I was so impressed by the deco on the ground floor so I took my friend from Singapore here this time. We were so impressed by the traditional rooms at Hyakudan Kaidan that
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My family and I stayed at Hotel Gajoen for three nights earlier this month. From the moment we arrived the stay was perfect. The check in was very smooth and personal, the room was very large for Tokyo and perfect for a family of four. Everything about the hotel is elegant
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We took the monorail to Hamamatsucho and then the JR Yamonote Circle Line to Meguro. Take the West Exit. You can get to the hotel by heading to the Amazon Japan building which is connected to the hotel via an escalator. The cost was 500 yen but it was a weekend special. it is all on public transport so it is cheap even without the weekend special. A taxi is easier but catching the monorail and train is also easy. You will love the hotel.
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It depend on the time of the day and date of the week. The rush hour traffic is very heavy in Tokyo, so the safest way is taking van/taxi to Shinagawa Sta. and take reserved seat on JRLine to Narita. Or you can ride a cab to Westin Tokyo (near Ebisu sta., next to Meguro) and catch the bus to NRT. It's easiest way. I prefer the bus over the train because of luggage, but again, depends on time. Ask the hotel staff. They may have better idea about the traffic situation. Also they may arrange the tickets/reservation for you. Good luck.
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None that I know. The nearest subway is Meguro Station which is a long walk going uphill from the hotel. Suggest use airport shuttle van.
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We liked the room - one bathroom with toilet and a separate toilet too. Don't think you can do 4 adults and 2 kids...
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"I was told all rooms are at least 70 square metres. Room numbers ending in odd numbers face Mt Fuji."
"Western-style Executive room could comfortably sleep 6 without a fold-out bed"
"Any guest rooms are fine, but those over-looking the Meguro River are the best during Cherry Blossom season."
"every room got sauna"
"Book early if you want a traditional Japanese style room."
$429 - $1,098 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
meguro gajoen hotel meguro
JapanKantoTokyo PrefectureTokyoMeguroShibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu
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