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The Capitol Hotel Tokyu in Tokyo, Japan
In the heart of downtown Tokyo, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu offers international travelers a serene refuge in the center of a global mecca. A part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, conveniently situated in Akasaka, with easy access to shopping and dining makes your vacation that much sweeter. Get acquainted with the neighborhood, exploring bustling streets stacked with eateries and open markets. Home to many of the largest mega complexes, Roppongi Hills is a feature of Japanese development in the district of Minato. Busting at the seams with fine boutiques, restaurants, cafes, and a museum, this social hub is only a short distance from your hotel. Discover the finest establishments of the city center, while feeling a sense of calm within the peaceful walls of The Capitol Hotel Tokyu.
Following a night out on the town, awaken to panoramic views of the Tokyo skyline. The effortless chic design of each guest room is only magnified by spacious and light interiors. Enter a complete escape, willfully indulging in a royal treatment from the hotel spa. As if all the luxury was not enough, your choice of restaurant venues with an array of the finest dining selections right at your fingertips. The tradition of quality service is still alive at this magnificent property, alluring international travelers to unforgettable vacations in Japan.
Location of The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
Nearest Airport: HND
Amenities for The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
- General Information
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Handicap Accessible Facilities
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
Reviews for The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
The title says it all. Located in Akasaka, hotel is above the train station Tameiki Sanno which has all the connection to our usual hangout. Why I always like this hotel? Love the contemporary Japanese concept room in addition to a big space. We have been here so many times and the hotel is well kept. Nothing to complain. Gym is good too with all the equipment. Service is impeccable, top notch. Good thing thereâ€™s a convenience store below too.
Zuee75 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
We spent the first three nights at the Tokyo Station hotel and then moved to Kyoto with our final three nights back in Tokyo. The Capitol hotel is not as central as the Tokyo station hotel (even though it is above a subway station) but the amenities and grandeur of the modern hotel surpasses the classic luxury of tokyo station. We booked into a club deluxe room which has floor to ceiling windows with sweeping city views. The room size is very generous for Japanese standards and the bathroom large with a fantastic walk in shower. We enjoyed the complimentary tea time treats and other snacks on offer in the top floor lounge and service was uncompromising. If you donâ€™t mind a few more train stops to get to central areas then this is the number one spot to stay! Exceptional value for money and superb attention to detail in the room designs.
KB2905 - Cape Town
Rooms are clean, well equipped and have great views. The staff if very friendly and helps with all requests. Great food is also available. Location is central Tokyu yet steps away from several metro lines.
John M - North Vancouver, Canada
Iâ€™ve stayed in this hotel few times already since itâ€™s near my office in Tokyo. Everything is great in the hotel, service is of course superb and room is very nice. nice shower, bath, tokyo view and also a comfortable bed. it connects to a subway station and there is a small convenient store 24H in case you need any extra drinks, snacks, food, amenities.
Akiebota - Hong Kong, China
I stayed here on business for 4 days in November. Stayed in a standard room; very nice, good size, I liked the bathroom and there is good wet room with a shower and bath. Decent amenities too. Bear in mind that there is a shrine outside but otherwise not a lot going on in the area but it is conveniently placed for the metro with a station below it. If you wander down towards Bic Camera (where you can buy the cheaper tourist metro tickets) there is a bit more life in the backstreets behind it. We tried the pool which was good enough (worth noting they don't allow tattoos or skimpy swimwear) and has a hot tub next to it. What did irk me was that you had to pay to use the sauna - if you are staying a five star hotel I think you should be able to use all of the facilities. Breakfast was just about ok, but expensive particularly given the fairly limited range of food on offer. They also start removing food at 10am sharp; pretty irritating when you enter at 9:50am and they take the full price off you (although they did offer a discount when we complained). The hotel bar is ok but smokey (as with many places in Japan - I never minded smoke that much before it is was banned in bars in the UK but it was the first time I had experienced a smokey bar for years and it wasn't especially pleasant).
a_167 - London, United Kingdom