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Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

What kinda premium hotel doesnt offer room service?? Yeah this was my first. A shocker of sorts.
Staff n rooms are excellent. Kudos to Asian hospitality.
The bar is good. Located in a good area with good restaurants & few shops.
Hotel starts from the 24th floor.
Spa is quite good also

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled on business
Thank AshGeo
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Reviewed 6 November 2017

Standard rooms not that big, but that explains the relatively modest prices, at least compared to the well-known 5-star hotels in Tokyo. An empty fridge in the room and no room service. The gym is rather small as well with 2 bikes, 3 threadmills and some weights, no dressing rooms or sauna. The breakfast buffet is OK, but it can be rather busy and cramped and if you prefer a few slices of bread with cheese or ham you are out of luck, there is only confiture and cheesespread. Convenience store and a 24-hours Kinko's at the base of the building. The main big plus of the hotel is its location: monorail connection to Haneda Airport and Oedo line station right under it and a 5-minute walk to Shinbashi station for various lines (Yamanote, Ginza, Toei Asakusa lines and even Shinkansen trains). The Tsukiji fishmarket is only a short walk as is the Ginza-district with its abundance of restaurants and shops.

Date of stay: October 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank Joost P
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Reviewed 6 November 2017 via mobile

We stayed for two nights, 3 people in one room. It's Tokyo so we didn't have high expectations about room size, so we had a cosy room with 3 comfy beds.

The bathroom was great. It was clean, big and the toiletries are top notch.

Location is awesome! The metro is under the hotel, so once you've read your map, planned your day, you're good to go! We used the metro every day. It's very clean, popular, but you need to make sure you know the direction and the name of your station.

There's also a shopping plaza en route to the metro with different cafes and restaurants, shops etc.

Be careful if you go to the tower opposite to enjoy a drink with the night time view. They have a minimum spend, and you can enjoy better bars.

Without a doubt, I'd stay at the hotel again.

Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank jiji b
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Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

Traveled with children so we took a junior suite complete with breakfast. Room size is definitely much bigger than the typical Japan hotels I have stayed in. High-rise building as well so you enjoy a good view of Tokyo. Ours was a corner room at the 29th with the Tokyo Tower and Rainbow Bridge in majestic sight. Location is right by the Shiodome train station and a few walking distance to the Shimbashi station. It is walking distance to Ginza (and we were there every single night) and Tsukiji. If endurance is not an issue for longer walks (I was with children and grandparents), Tokyo Tower, Roppongi, Imperial Palace are also within walking reach. The hotel offers 3 breakfast venue options (we got booking with breakfast which is always our preference) - international buffet, Chinese and healthy. We only tried the international buffet - and the hotel should consider offering more selections, considering its stature. Room cleaning can also take a while (although impeccably done each time), such that for the first two days, we would arrive in the afternoon with the room still unkept. That’s when we decided to always hang the “make up room” tag each time, and our room would always be cleaned almost right away. Bathroom and room amenities are definitely five star. We had a mini kitchen with microwave and a nespresso machine. Will go back to this hotel.

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Majojam
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Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

This hotel has the best location of any hotels I’ve stayed before in Tokyo. The proximity to the train station is certainly an advantage over the more expensive hotels in the area. Easy and cheap access to both airports using the Asakusa line. I stayed for 5 nights, in the Standard Double room which was huge by Tokyo standards. The only regret was not going for the Standard King room as I thought it looked too big for the room from the pictures, but it’s not the case. Check in was quick and service impeccable. 1 minor inconvenience is having to change lifts to get to the room.

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank alvinyang
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