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The Park Hotel Tokyo was a fantastic location for our first trip to Japan. The hotel itself was very well maintained, and has a unique style thanks to the artist themed rooms and generally artistic hotel decor. The staff was very helpful, and very easy...More
The best breakfast buffet that I had while in Japan! We also stayed on the Artist floor in a room with custom decor and an art exhibit and gallery on the floor. The hotel is right next to a subway and train station that can...More
Located in the Shiodome Media Tower in Shimbashi, the Park Hotel offers very nice Western accommodations. The Artist floor is a must offering uniquely painted rooms by local artists. A welcome departure from your standard room decor. Artist floor also provided a separate concierge and...More
The hotel starts above the 30th floor which is a bit puzzling at first. Beautiful view and great location in area of Shiodome next to the famous Ghibli Clock. Easy to access trains and many restaurants close by. Nice bar and restaurant in the hotel...More
Our stay in the Park Hotel was outstanding. The hotel is located on the upper floors of an office tower, so it offers great views of the city. Service from the staff was excellent.
The breakfast buffet was very good. While there are both Western...More
Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much
older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.
We didn’t take any but if you look under Room/suites (Traveler photos) the fourth one in taken by CodyDC is a good view of our room. Bed, nightstands and coffee area on one side; long desk on opposite wall and chair/table by... More
We didn’t take any but if you look under Room/suites (Traveler photos) the fourth one in taken by CodyDC is a good view of our room. Bed, nightstands and coffee area on one side; long desk on opposite wall and chair/table by window. It wasn’t huge but roomy enough that we were comfortable. And we had two suitcases each plus backpacks because we were at the end of a month-long trip. Hope that helps!
Not sure if the hotel has that service. We took a taxi from that terminal exactly to the hotel. Paid about $120 USD for a 40 min ride. There is a cheaper way by train (we had one too many suitcase) and were obligated to... More
Not sure if the hotel has that service. We took a taxi from that terminal exactly to the hotel. Paid about $120 USD for a 40 min ride. There is a cheaper way by train (we had one too many suitcase) and were obligated to take a taxi. On our way out though we did buy a shuttle ticket ($30 ea. aprox) from the hotel to the Narita airport which is much further (1:20 hr). I would call the hotel to ask and try to buy a shuttle service from the cruise terminal if they offer it. Super nice hotel and helpful staff!! Good travels!!