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Reviewed December 11, 2012

I stayed for 3 nights; it's an interesting, large, rambling place with an olde world feel and charm. There are heaps of restaurants (including at least one where there is a piano player/other musicians) and some good shops that are part of the hotel complex, and it's very close to Akasaka-mitsuke subway station which about five different lines run through. Taking the wrong exit from the station one evening I found a very vibrant night life area with bars and open air cafes etc. My room in the main building had great city and parkland views with Mt Fuji in the distance and also overlooking the hotel's own garden (400 year history). The staff were polite and attentive. The room was average size with the desk area a little small. The only real downside was having to pay for internet access, with a limited choice of 10 minutes, 24 hours or a week (whereas 1-2 hours per night would have suited my needs better).

Date of stay: November 2012
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2  Thank Anne M
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Reviewed December 10, 2012

I stayed in this hotel for second time now. It has an excellent location with great view for the rooms. The hotel staff is very courteous and polite. Further, the hotel is very large as it has two buildings - The Main and Garden Tower, it offers various options for different restaurants and cuisines. The rooms might be little small but it is worth the location and service.

Room tip: Choose the rooms in the Main tower. Better accessibility.
Date of stay: December 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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1  Thank snazzy12
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Reviewed November 27, 2012

The view from the front desk and it's Koi Garden says it all about what to expect with the rooms that they have
simplly exclusive with room service given via small private door near the enterence of my room as not to disturb the peace of the tenant
even with the channels that i couldnt understand, who needs it if i can Laze about at the 4000 square feet of koi pond with HUGE fish to gaze upon
(my room sre garden viiew) :P
room servece are presice
house keeping are prompt
breatfast : are refine ... 5 STAR

Room tip: get garden view... exclusive
Date of stay: January 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank Zayree
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Reviewed November 22, 2012

First of all, make sureyou are booked into the MAIN tower buildung, not at the garden tower. This building has not been renovated and its guest roosm are rather an impertimence to a visitor then a relaxing place to be!
The rooms in the main buildung however are really nice and newly renovated and the size is ok for the rate!

Both hoteltracks (main and garden tower) merge a large shopping and reception zone on the first
floor, also what is convenient are the 4 more or less conected subway stations around the New Otani zone. In the middle of the hotel lies a beautufully shaped Japanees garden, worth a visit!

Don't spend your money at the hotelbar for a drink! Its just exorbitantly expensive, not worth the cocktail or beer!

Date of stay: November 2012
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1  Thank R B
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Reviewed November 11, 2012

Used to be one of the best in Tokyo no longer though. Rooms can be small, desks too small to work on and staff in restaurant speaks limited English or none at all but very clean and staff polite Housekeeping is excellent. And large choice of restaurants in good location with subway lines very near

Date of stay: November 2012
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