"Everyone should experience this hotel at least 1x"
I cannot speak highly enough about this hotel. It is by far the finest hotel experience I've ever had (and I've stayed in other luxury hotels elsewhere in the world). My praise extends to the room, which is packed with amenities both big and small that make you feel like a king/queen. As an example, the curtains that go up/down at a touch of a button (located at your bedside) that open onto your stunning view of Tokyo (awesome day and especially night). My praise also extends to the staff who are so attentive and friendly. Regardless of their designated title, they helped respond to my requests quickly and eagerly. They welcomed me when I came back to the hotel and wished me a good day as I departed. The staff truly cared about me and what I wanted. The Cantonese restaurant had tasty food (even the tea menu was amazing), and the staff were just as attentive and caring. This was truly an amazing experience. That's why I titled the review as everyone should experience this hotel at least once. Chances are, though, that you'll want to experience it many times after that.
The hotel is close to main train stations which makes it ideal for those going on a trip to Tokyo. The room I got was pretty clean and comfortable, although they don't have room cleaning service (which isn't really a problem). The hotel staff are nice and pleasant.
Was in Tokyo for an exhibition. Rooms in Japan are always on the small side, so no problem with my room being a little 'dinky'. Breakfast ok, but found a small place to eat just off the rear entrance to the hotel and that was great. Relatively inexpensive, very friendly and liked eating where the locals eat themselves.
Takaracho subway station is just about 50 meters from Hotel. Just 3 stops, Easy to reach Sunrise sigtseeing bus tours to Hakone National Park, Nikko National Park and HATO City sigthseeing Bus from Mahahatsucho.
Very clean, limited English spoken by the reception staff, but helpful. 5 minute walk from Kanda Station North exit. Essential to know which exit of the station. Only had breakfast once, not worth it. A small convenience store across the street provided water, bananas and whatever else you needed. Room was small but big enough, no outlook as window was painted over. Beds extremely hard, likewise pillows but overall fine. Good place to catch the train to anywhere else!
Just north of Ginza, this financial area was named after its bridge, which has been the mile-zero marker for Japan’s national highway network throughout the centuries. Once home to Japan’s first department store, the neighborhood’s more recent contribution to the retail market is a five-story center devoted to shops, cafes, restaurants, and a supermarket.