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My husband and I stayed a few nights at the Grand Nikko Hotel, and had the pleasure of dining at the hotel's restaurant on the 30th floor, with fantastic views over the city of Tokyo. The tasting menu with champagne was wonderful from start to...More
This hotel is excellent in three stages: location, amenties and space.
location: it is strategically located on Daiba station, giving you the pleasure of evading the rush hours in Tokyo both in morning and evenings. Specially, if you are travelling with children in strollers, space...More
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Big room for Japan standard, comfy bed, malls just across the street, train station just a few minutes walk, shuttle to Disney Land and Disney Sea is a big plus. Helpful and effective check in and check out. We send our luggage from our Hotel...More
i used to stay in downtown Tokyo, but for the convenience to Tokyo Disney, I chose this hotel during Chinese New Year holiday with my family. It turned out to be a great choice. The hotel has such advantages as location (shopping, sightseeing, transportation), English...More
We stayed here at the end of our visit to Tokyo as it is near the Haneda airport. It is very big and very busy. We did not use any of the leisure type facilities.
By Tokyo standards the room was big, though a little...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.
There's a pool, but I didn't use it as it was October and the pool is closed during certain months. You can visit the Oedo Monogatari Onsen attraction around the other side of the island's peninsula, just ask the front desk... More
There's a pool, but I didn't use it as it was October and the pool is closed during certain months. You can visit the Oedo Monogatari Onsen attraction around the other side of the island's peninsula, just ask the front desk for info. I went to the one in Kinosaki. That should be a wonderful place to take the kids, as it is an amusement park like institution of old Edo period. The hot baths are gender separated and you will remove all clothes. Also, no tattoos allowed. if you have an early morning flight, you can stay overnight and not pay for the high prices at hotel. Daiba has lots of cool museums and malls and amusement park with game center for kids and adults. Also there is a shuttle to get back and forth from Disney Sea and Disneyland, but you'll need to book that ahead of your trip. Nearest Train station is Shinagawa, where there is also a lot of shopping and places to eat. If you walk around along the beach, hit up a family mart for waffle ice cream sandwiches! They are only $1! YUM!
This is Japan so best not to assume anything about the rules. However the hotel itself should be happy to inform you. The English skills of the staff are good so you should get a clear answer in a reasonable amount of... More
This is Japan so best not to assume anything about the rules. However the hotel itself should be happy to inform you. The English skills of the staff are good so you should get a clear answer in a reasonable amount of time.