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Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
The Nezu Museum is very impressive - for the art that is displayed and also for the museum building and the garden.
I can really recommend a walk from Omote-Sando Metro Station to the Nezu Museum. On the way back to Omote-Sando - AFTER you have enjoyed history and art - you can look at all the trendy stores and...
With lots of different galleries, each needs a different ticket, so the visit needs a bit of planning but the staff in general is very helpful and signage is good. There are mostly changing exhbitions. There could've been more toilets and lockers on the other hand.
Without any doubts it is a must to visit this museum. There it is possible to find several great things for any type of travellers, city explorers, art lovers or locals. First, the views are rewarding from the sky deck. Second, at the moment the amazing art exposition mesmerizes and is super fun to explore, wander and dive deeply into...
One of the things we got to see while being toured around Tokyo was the Emperor’s Palace. We couldn’t go in obviously but I could see a very good view from the Hato bus. I couldn’t imagine how big it was and could not stop taking pictures. It reminded me a lot of the White House in Washington, DC included...
This was more than a meal - it was an experience. I lived in Japan for many years (a long time ago) and am a regular visitor, but I've never experienced anything quite like this. Chef Tanaka has made Japanese Kaiseki dining an accessible option for people who wouldn't normally think that dining like this was possible. It is normally...
This was the first time I have ate at the Ippudo in Roppongi (my regular spot is the Ippudo in Yokohama) and it did not disappoint. The bite size gyozas are great as well as the ramen. A must eat at spot!
Mind-blowing Narisawa never disappoints as world's no.18 with a Michelin 2 star rating, as Chef Narisawa has coined his own style of cuisine: innovative Satoyama bringing beneficial and sustainable gastronomy to a whole new level.
Service was really good, one of the waiters even went out to the streets to hail a cab for us, overall it was such a...
Came here for a special treat on our last night in Tokyo and had a fabulous experience! Our waiter Kashiwagi was funny, warm and attentive - an excellent server.
The food is delicious and the presentation absolutely divine.
A real treat!
From start to finish, hands down, one of the nicest hotels I have ever stayed in. The attention to detail in EVERY aspect was beyond expectations. The staff is incredibly kind and helpful—EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM. The rooms are beautiful and quiet. The views of the city are breathtaking. I wish I could just live in this hotel permanently.
Thanks to the staff We had an amazing stay in the hotel.
The front desk was helping us with some changes in our booking.
Nice buffet breakfast in the French kitchen, thanks to the French and japonese team.
The rooms are comfortable and amazing view! Thanks HSK team !
Great location in Ropping hills !
We will be definilty back...
I have been a patron of the previous hotel in this very same location and Remm took over.
The rooms are small just like any other japanese hotels but the amenities are great such as the rainshower, massage chair, humidifier etc. The location is basically above the roppongi station so you have great connection to Shinjuku, Ginza and Ebisu.
In the heart of Tokyo. Only 10min walk to Roppongi.
Staff are friendly. Rooms are clean. My room was renovated which was nice. Breakfast is cafeteria style. Can't beat the price compared to other Tokyo rooms.
We stayed at the Monterey hotel for 4 nights. The room was very clean and I've found the bed comfortable. We had breakfast included and there's a good variety of Japanes and continental food. The younger staff speak basic English compare to the older employees. Overall we had a nice stay.