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The hotel is in a tower block with reception on the 7th floor and rooms above that. An elevator journey from street level takes you to a large, airy and contemporary reception area. The hotel’s French restaurant, Pomme d’Adam is situated on a mezzanine floor....More
The main draw of this hotel is its location at Tokyo's main station: you can get just about everywhere from here, sometimes without ever getting outside. Follow signs for Marunouchi North exit from inside the station. There are lots of places to eat, drink, and...More
Well equipped with great towels and bathroom toiletries by sheisedo. Walking distance to Tokyo station. A fantastic stay! The bed was beautiful, big with four nice fluffy pillows. View of Tokyo station in room 903. Had a brilliant sleep and freshen up with a hot...More
The reception staff could not have been more helpful and gave us two beds instead of the one we had booked. Mum and teen son on tour - so we were most grateful. Beautiful clean rooms. Super comfortable beds and clean linen daily. Extra towels....More
Having stayed in Marunouchi Hotel for 3 nights, the hotel location is conveniently linked to JR. The room size is decent and relatively big comparing to similar hotels.
Walking distance of within 10-15 minutes that you’ll be at Tokyo station, Royal Palace and the location...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
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Not only will they hold your luggage, but they will also store it and send it to your next hotel. We did this because we took a side trip to Kyoto and only wanted to bring backpacks onto the train. The hotel stored our... More
Not only will they hold your luggage, but they will also store it and send it to your next hotel. We did this because we took a side trip to Kyoto and only wanted to bring backpacks onto the train. The hotel stored our large suitcases and then forwarded them to our next destination upon our return to Tokyo. So convenient!