We spent two nights at this hotel. Given we live in a large city, the location of this hotel was a peaceful respite for us. The surrounding area, while not really 'authentic Tokyo' was still very interesting to walk around and there were some tasty restaurants to eat at. The highlight restaurant for us was the sushi train in diver city, and the one in Venus fort. Really fresh, reasonably priced and the digital side of it was fun too! There's stacks of other restaurants and cuisines to choose from too.
The monorail line was directly outside the hotel and, as it connected with Shimbashi station, it made it pretty painless to get to the central city.
The room size was wonderful and extremely comfortable. We were lucky to be put on the 27th floor so had great harbour views.
If you want to stay in the heart of busy Tokyo, this is probably not the place for you. But if you're keen to stay in an area that's quiet and has fresh sea air this is a great choice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- European-style hotel in Odaiba district on Tokyo Bay, overlooking Rainbow Bridge, 6 km to central Tokyo, 5km to Imperial Palace. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Pacific Le Daiba Hotel Minato
- Grand Pacific Le Daiba Minato
- Le Meridien Tokyo
- Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba Japan