My wife 9 month old daughter stayed at this Four Seasons from August 1-7th 2015. The hotel is nestled in off the Main Street around the corners from Tokyo Station. The location is perfect to explore Tokyo and you can get a Shinkasen to almost anywhere in Tokyo (or Japan) from Tokyo station. The hotel is extremely clean and well kept, the staff are just amazing. We were treated like royalty, and our daughters every need was looked after. Our room was double booked on the first night but the staff went out of their way to make up for it. The staff always helped us with booking our tickets on the Shinkasen and walked us to our departing platform, they even picked us up upon our arrival to make sure we made it back without issue. We cannot say enough good things about the hotel or its staff, everything was just perfect!
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Prominently placed in the Marunouchi central business district, adjacent to Tokyo Station, Four Seasons offers a striking …More
This hotel is not only greatly located, but also it has easy access to the metro, mistukoshi, Takashimaya and other great department stores. The staff is amazing, the bakery on the first floor is sensational and the staff is spectacular.
It was clean and the staff was nice, with a great location (~15 min walk from Akihabara). A train station was just around the corner, it was surrounded by convenience stores.
Sadly, it only offers shared bathrooms and it is a smoking hotel. The room that I got stank of cigarette smoke and We needed to seriously air it out and buy an air freshner. The shared bathrooms do not have stall showers, and you will see everyone naked. There is the option of borrowing the family washroom at night for those that do not want to do that, but it is a bit of a hassle. Also, the pillows are bean bag pillows.
If you don't mind the smell and sharing bathrooms, it has a great location and it's very cheap.
I suppose the charge is mostly for the rent of being in Ginza. The shopping strip is basically around the corner. Tokyo Station is nearby, so if one is making trips out from Tokyo and returning to base - this is a good place to locate. Also , its close to the Ginza line - which is a great way to see some of the nice parts of Tokyo while avoiding the rush of the Yamanote line. The room itself - small but adequate.
The Royal Park Hotel is truly a full service hotel with excellent service levels. Centrally located, it is great for business or pleasure.
Complete with indoor pool and fitness center, the Royal Park has multiple restaurants, shops, meeting rooms, and a grand Executive Lounge on the top floor, perfect for breakfast or cocktails, with a magnificent view of the city.
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.