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Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier
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Reviewed February 4, 2012

This hotel is very conveniently located with many boutique shops (for many well known brands like Coach, Louis Vuitton, and Prada) nearby. There are also many restaurants in the area. My room was on the 25th Floor and had a spectacular view of Mt. Fuji. The hotel does not appear to have bellmen, which is very unusual for Japan. The staff at the desk is less helpful than other Japanese hotels. Breakfast selection was limited and tended towards more Japanese norms. There were 4 pillows on the double bed. 2 were buckwheat. The other 2 were this odd gelatin-like compound. The bathtub was quite narrow and the shower head had a rather narrow stream. This hotels seems like it is more focused on Japanese travellers and less on Western travellers.

  • Stayed: February 2012
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Reviewed December 27, 2011

Bit more expensive than the standard Tokyo "business hotel" but nice decor, unbostructed views (can see Mt Fuji from west facing rooms in winter) and terrific Aoyama location make it worthwhile.

  • Stayed: October 2011
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Reviewed July 27, 2011

As luck would have it, we were given a room on the top floor facing Mt Fuji. We woke up to an amazing panorama of Tokyo each morning! The room was a decent size that didn't make us feel claustrophobic, and there was a combo washer/dryer for longer stays. We did not see instructions in English, so you will probably need to ask staff for help if you need to use it. The hotel was located very close to the metro in a ritzy neighborhood. I liked that the lobby was on another floor so that staff didn't watch your comings and goings as is usual in other places. Breakfast was included with the room and was served buffet style (had a mixture of Japanese and American options). Definitely a good value!

Room Tip: ask for a top floor room facing Mt Fuji!
  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 7, 2011

The location is unbeatable - really. I have been to Tokyo maybe 100 times as I travel there every 6-8 weeks. I love the Aoyoyama/Harjuku neighborhood where Tokyustay Aoyama is. In a crowded, often ugly city it is really a livable place. The hotel is new and the rooms are spotless. The views can be beautiful as well with a view of Fuji on one side of the hotel when weather permits.

However, I refer to my room at Tokyustay as "The Cell". It is exactly like a prison cell in size and configuration. That's just how I feel staying there - like I am in prison. A small desk at the end of the room, a tiny bathroom, a small bed with incredibly hard pillows. With all the Westerners there, I would think they would provide a decent pillow. A carefully rationed towel with that isn't soft, cozy or absorbent. There is a small fridge, tiny microwave, and a hot plate. But, I am an adult, I don't hot plate my dinners from $3 grocery store packages.

If you are on the east facing side about three hours after the sun rises, the sun will bake the room so much you have to close the blind. A room that size heats up like an oven - fast. And with the blind closed the prison cell experience is complete.

It's cheap folks - you decide.

There is a washer and dryer in the

  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled on business
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Reviewed July 3, 2010

Don't expect too much. The rooms are small, standard equipment, but nothing really to complain about. Internet is free, TV channels are only Japanese. Location is good even though you are not really in the heart of the action. Wouldn't mind to stay again but also wouldn't mind to stay somewhere else. Breakfast is a buffet in a public cafe. OK, but also nothing exciting.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled on business
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