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Location in Ginza is great, on a quite side street in a busy part of Tokyo. Airport and JR line are easily accessible. Rooms and staff are what it says on the tin. Nothing exceptional but nothing bad to say.
Everyday, of course, the normal room service. But the detail, newspapers at your door, weather report card, fold your blanket down to get ready for bed. Just stay their , the best hotel, alittle off the central tokyo but quiet and beautiful
Hotel is close to Tokyo Station, Imperial Palace, Gonzalez shopping, and numerous excellent restaurants. Hotel is a five star facility. Has all amenities one could need or want. Hotel staff were professional, friendly, and went above and beyond in accommodating all our needs. Overall, Palace hotel ...
The staff were the best we had in Japan. Rooms are perfectly decorated (a lit bit small of you get the 30m). This hotel is worth the money and is a true 5 star experience. They go the extra mile not for money but because they are proud of there hotel. Well done Tokyo station Hotel.
Convenient for trains from bullet to subway and in between locals. Priced accordingly but face it Tokyo is outrageously expensive. The restaurants were both excellent but again be prepared to pay accordingly.
Nice central hotel, rooms nice and tidy, restaurant and breakfast good but nothing special, rooftop bar nice and we had an amazing sunset there.
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