This is undoubtedly a great hotel, the service is typical Four Seasons outstanding but with a Japanese touch that makes it seem far more sincere. We were greeted as arranged at the train station having arrived from Narita airport and escorted to the hotel.
On arrival we realised the lobby was incredibly small. It really was just one desk. Our room was excellent though, high tech, great beds, 3d television and very spacious. However we overlooked train tracks and although the windows were solid, we heard light rumbling every 3 minutes, slightly annoying.
The thing though that was really bugging my companion and I was that the place was too tucked away, too corporate and far too quiet, it was just a bit depressing. I like to go back to a hotel where there are other people and walk into a spacious lobby. That was simply not the case here. Breakfast was limited, although the service remained excellent.
The hotel is just so perfect for business people and there's actually not much to fault about it (hence the 4star rating) but unfortunately it's not what I was looking for. I promptly checked into the Peninsula, a great hotel for a more leisured stay, fantastic pool etc, cheaper and equally good service.More
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