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at HOTEL METROPOLITAN TOKYO MARUNOUCHI

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... train. About 5 minutes walk via the Nimboshi exit. Hotel and room was clean. Service was very helpful and courteous, check in...
I left a top at the hotel room before checking out. The hotel reached me out by e-mail and notified me the day after. I am...
... food) was just fair. Beautiful views of city in evening from room & hotel restaurant / bar. Only about 4 blocks from Imperial...
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Room service
The room service menu was fairly limited, but you have plenty of choices to eat within the local area.
Housekeeping
Daily housekeeping makes our room very welcoming after a day of sightseeing in Tokyo.
Safe
... mini-bar, ironing board, coffee/tea facilities, in-room safe, etc. - Room while cramped, had nice city view; you can...
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Spent two nights at this hotel. It is very convenient for the Shinkhansen train. About 5 minutes walk via the Nimboshi exit. Hotel and room was clean. Service was very helpful and courteous, check in was at 3pm but we were allowed to check in 2 hours early. Breakfast was plentiful but busy, looks like queuing is the norm as there is a line of seats by the door. Good central location. Would recommend the hotel.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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I left a top at the hotel room before checking out. The hotel reached me out by e-mail and notified me the day after. I am totally impressed by their excellent and efficient service. Thank you very much.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Just returned from a 5 night stay at this hotel. Great location, about a 30 second walk from bus section of Tokyo Station. Clean rooms of adequate size, with nice view of city. Bed comfy. Good breakfast buffet. Otherwise, food I had in the evening at hotel bar/restaurant (bar food) was just fair. Beautiful views of city in evening from room & hotel restaurant / bar. Only about 4 blocks from Imperial Palace. I enjoyed getting up each morning to head over & run the Imperial Palace running loop.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled on business
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Stayed 3 nights to watch the rugby in Tokyo. Very convenient location. Next to Tokyo station. Look for Nihonbashi exit or Yaesu north exit. It is next to Otemachi station exit B7 on Tokyo metro. Basically you can go anywhere on the train and subway system. The bus terminus is also next to Tokyo station. The staff are friendly but like all Japanese staff they are rigid with the rules. The room we had was standard Japan size which is not very big with one side of bed against the wall which we found quite common in Japan hotels. There is no shortage of shopping and food outlets for all budgets nearby.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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I am staying over 3 weeks at the hotel .
The room is so small that there is no closet to hang clothes needed for a 3 week work trip ( max 5 hangers fit in the space) .
The furniture is worn and chipped, the room old fashioned and nothing but basic.
It has a bed, a build in desk and office chair ( ?? Really) and a tiny and outdated velvet sofa chair crammed in. No space for personal items , no modern facilities for entertainment ( Bluetooth) .
The bathroom is also totally out of style - with a bathtub- which nobody needs -in the matter of scarce space a waste ..
For breakfast, if you’re a single traveler you get the the most undesired/ not preferred seat and of course locals are preferred in service and treatment.. very poor for japan !
The food itself is really not exciting ( breakfast) and the dinner menu is overpriced and i will not make use of it with very many fantastic options nearby ( like Shangri -La, Aman, Andaz, Four Seasons, if you want western cuisine in a 5 star atmosphere) Totally out of balance price/ value and disappointing service experience!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled on business
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We recently stayed in a corner King room with a great SW view, looking towards the Nihonbashi district. Beautiful views! The corner room is not the biggest, but the views are worth it! Service is also excellent at the Metropolitan Marunouchi!
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how to get the special room upgrade package arrangement?
email the inquiries to the hotel email address. response is quick.
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Japan is an expensive country specially in centre of Tokyo. I don't think you a lot bigger room. Probably you will get better service. I suggest you email the hotel reception and ask them what are the differences between rooms mentioned in size, service, etc. Japanese are thorough and they will answer your questions honestly.
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Dear Guest. Thank you for your inquiry about our hotel. Regarding to adding another person in your room, the price would be depends on how you made a reservation through. Via some web sites, the rate is per room rate. Others would be per person rate. Also, our room is usually MAX 2 adult per room. If you would like to add another person to original 2 adult room, we are unable to take your request. We have a few room " Triple room" Please ask directly to us for availabiliy. If you already have a reservation with us, we recommend you to contact us directly to see if you could add another person and the price as well. Thank you Best regards Reservation Dep. Hotel Metropolitan Marunouchi
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