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As everyone has written, excellent location with underground connection to Tokyo Station -- finding it the first time is confusing, but then easily accessible from subway and to/from Narita Express. Lots of shops and restaurants in the complex, and easy walking distance to many more....More
I’m on my 2nd of 3 day business trip and love this hotel - very soothing ambiance, from the ‘birds chirping’ in the hallways, to the beautiful classical music playing in pomme d’Adam French restaurant (excellent bfast, very considerate and attentive waitstaff).
The room is...More
This was my first time in Tokyo and I expected a tiny room, but was pleasantly surprised! This has everything you need, including a lovely breakfast (buffet or a la carte), good concierge, friendly staff, comfy bed etc. But really the main draw of this...More
Arriving at Tokyo Station on Narita Express. It’s bit difficult to look for this hotel as it’s located at the next building adjacent to Tokyo Station. It took me about 20 minutes with big luggage and two toddlers to reach the hotel. The room was...More
No where more central than beneath Tokyo Station esp. arriving on the Narita Express. Follow the instructions to the lobby located on 7th floor, friendly crew all smiles to greet you after a long weary flight. This is Tokyo, so don’t expect a generous size...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!