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The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Shiodome
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Reviewed July 29, 2012

Stayed here on business and stayed at the Park Royal for 7 nights. All the usual facilities you'd expect but liked it most myself for the metro and the shopping precinct built into the foundation/first few floors of the hotel. The hotel actually begins from floor 25 so no problem about noise etc The hotel is a good base and you dont need to venture that far away so no worries about getting lost.

Food in the hotel is great but you have to eat out when in Tokyo as you could be anywhere when eating hotel food. The bar is ok, same old hotel lobby bar experience but there's a sky bar further up with amazing views. It's right next door to Ginza shopping district with some amazing bars and restaurants not mentioning all the designer shops.

My tip for Tokyo is to plan your trip so you get the best eating and drinking experience, so much to choose from but not easy to find, you need to know where you're going. Take advantage of concierge and spend your valuable time in Japan knowing when and where you are going rather than wandering around not sure whether to take the plunge etc The best restaurants and bars are high up in tower blocks and looking at the foyer you'd think you were headining into a meeting, without planning you'd never know these place exist.

Enjoy.

Room Tip: My tip for Tokyo is to plan your trip so you get the best eating and drinking experience, so much to choose from but not easy to find, you need to know where you're going. Take advantage of concierge and spend your valuable time in Japan knowing when and where you are going rather than wandering around not sure whether to take the plunge etc The best restaurants and bars are high up in tower blocks and looking at the foyer you'd think you were headining into a meeting, without planning you'd never know these place exist.
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled on business
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Reviewed July 19, 2012

This is a beautiful , high end, contemporary hotel. We had a junior corner suite with fantastic views, especially since all the rooms are located on high floors. Large gorgeous room. But some people in our group complained about their very small rooms. So beware of what room you get. They were too busy to put our group luggage in our rooms, which every other hotel on our trip did for us, so that was kind of poor. Beautiful bathrooms and amenities. Top quality. Very good location. No room service - which is kind of odd for a top class hotel....Its really more for business people than tourists I think. We were with a group, so Im not sure what our rates were, but I hear that it is an expensive hotel.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank DonsPromo
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Reviewed July 18, 2012

Stayed for travel in December 2011, and location is good and room is clean.
The staffs are very friendly and helpful.
It's my second stay at the hotel, and the experience is nice as before.

Only one question, the first time I stayed I remember there's PC in the room. But this time I didn't find it. And the official website said " All room with PC "

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank Lily H
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Reviewed July 12, 2012

This is my regular hotel when I visit Tokyo unless rooms aren't available. I prefer this hotel because it's so convenient to just about everywhere I need to go in Tokyo and it's close to the Ginza District. The service is terrific and the rooms are always clean. The biggest downside is that some of the rooms are extremely small by US standards. The water pressure is terrific, and the rooms are very comfortable in all other regards. You do have to ask about your view as one side faces another building where there is literally no view. If you're on vacation, it's kind of a downer to be that high up and still have no view. What l like about the hotel is that it's well suited for US travelers, where counters are standard height unlike some other Tokyo hotels. The view from the dining room is excellent, however the breakfast buffet itself is marginal. Better to eat elsewhere.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with a view so you're not looking directly at another building.
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled on business
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Thank TommyJames
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Reviewed July 11, 2012

Stayed there for business in June 2012. The hotel is located in the middle of the Shiodome district - close to the sky restaurants and other attractions. Rooms themselves are pretty typical and small. My room was on 19th floor, facing Tokyo Tower - that view was great!
Room was small, and didn't have an iron or an ironing board (which is typical for hotels in Japan). However, when I called to request one - they told me that they were out. I had to get by without one.
Food-wise, I'd recommend eating outside of the hotel, as it is rather expensive there. On the ground level there is a great french-based bakery that has lots of western style breakfast and lunch foods.
If you like real sushi, make sure to take advantage of the close proximity to the Tsujiki Fish market and head out there in the morning for some great sashimi-style breakfast.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled on business
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Thank levinius
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