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We spent the first night of our honeymoon here having had a local travel agency book it.
Checking in seemed lovely. Impressive atrium and lots of friendly and welcoming staff.
Unfortunately the room was terrible. Double bed is wedged into a corner so you can...More
A friend recommended the Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi to us. This hotel is much less expensive than other options we considered, and is extremely conveniently located -- adjacent to the central Tokyo train station served by the Narita express and bullet trains from other parts of...More
Staff are super courteous, polite, friendly, efficient, and keen to help. Room and environment are clean and well accoutered. Buffet breakfast is enjoyable and varied--including both Asian and Western fare. Hotel is centrally located and connected to Tokyo Station, providing quick and efficient access to...More
The service was prompt and thorough. We had a room with 3 standard size beds and it was roomy with our suitcases. Everything was very clean. The location is excellent and the price was incredibly reasonable. We will definitely stay here again.
Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi, located in central Tokyo, is surrounded by many appealing area attractions including the leafy and historic Imperial Palace and the Ginza shopping district. Additionally, ...Morethe hotel's location in Marunouchi continues to offer new style, and the historical Nihonbashi area is widely beloved by edokko-Tokyo natives.Both business and leisure guests can take advantage of the hotel's convenient location adjacent to the Tokyo Station, providing the best access to transportation throughout Tokyo and Japan for your business and leisure travels.With high quality service, high grade interior and the latest facilities, this hotel in Ginza provides comfort that is one notch above the competition. Less
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US$206 - US$407 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hotel Metropolitan Marunouchi
Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi Japan
Japan > Kanto > Tokyo Prefecture > Tokyo > Chiyoda > Ginza, Tokyo Nihonbashi
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Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
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
Response from Jeffrey D | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure what is meant by garden view. The hotel website lists rooms with city views, views overlooking the Tokyo Station railyard, views of the interior courtyard, and rooms where the view is not mentioned. (I recall... More
I'm not sure what is meant by garden view. The hotel website lists rooms with city views, views overlooking the Tokyo Station railyard, views of the interior courtyard, and rooms where the view is not mentioned. (I recall reading a review somewhere that said a few rooms in the hotel have no view.) The hotel has an interior atrium reminiscent of a Hyatt Regency, and a few of the rooms look out into this atrium. This is what is meant by rooms with a (interior) courtyard view.
Rooms are small by US standards, but hotel is top notch. In my view, Japanese breakfast is better than Western, which includes some Japanese dishes. When I stayed there last fall, one chose the principal Western dish from... More
Rooms are small by US standards, but hotel is top notch. In my view, Japanese breakfast is better than Western, which includes some Japanese dishes. When I stayed there last fall, one chose the principal Western dish from a menu of maybe four items. The rest was buffet style. The Japanese breakfast was a set menu