June 15, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Rooms are beautifil, spacious, nicely designed and clean. And, oh, those japanese toilets, theyare really great once you figured out all the buttons. Staff is very helpful and polite. If you go down the elevator you get to the metro station with great connections to get around in Tokyo.
Werner S - Geneva, Switzerland
This a hotel in a quiet corner in Akasaka. If you are looking for activities at night and places to explore at night, this is not the right hotel. Check in is smooth and the hotel room is nice and generally all are in good order. Our room did not include breakfast but we had breakfast there. The food is very well laid out and taste good. Eggs freshly prepared and the service is good. We also try the Suiren Japanese restaurant but disappointed that the the whole feel is more western rather than Japanese fine dinning. Food is all right. Disappointing that they will charge you for the changing room and caught by surprise. You need to change to your swimming costume or sportswear in your room before going downstairs. That means you could look rather odd in the lift.
Dominic Y - Hong Kong, China
This place is a hidden gem and is a great alternative to the American brand hotels. Great views, luxurious modern rooms with rainhead showers, excellent staff, right on top of a subway station, it pretty much has it all. I have zero complaints.
We recently stayed 5 nights at the Capitol Hotel Tokyu and truly enjoyed the experience. The design and style of the hotel is contemporary, clean yet retains its Japanese roots. The gardens and water features are soothing and remarkably beautiful. The large Sogetsu Japanese flower arrangements are striking and stunning. The lobby and common areas are tasteful and comfortable and the rooms are extremely comfortable and well designed with fantastic views of the Tokyo skyline. We really loved the layout and design of the bathroom and shower. The service and warmth of the staff were notable and we really loved the hotel's location. We'd previously stayed at the Peninsula, which is closer to Ginza but in many ways we preferred the Capitol and its location, also immediately above a series of major subway stations making getting around Tokyo very convenient. To top it off there is a Shinto shrine literally adjacent to the hotel which is soothing, calm and beautiful and given that we were there in the midst of cherry blossom season, just walking in the area was spiritual and memorable.
XXXmark - West Hollywood, California
I was in Tokyo on business in April 2017 and stayed at this hotel. It is obviously a high end hotel. However, upon checking in for a 4 night stay I was informed that all they had to offer me was a smoking room as nothing else was available. They advised that they were fully booked. I asked if a no smoking room was not available my first night, could they move me to a no smoking room on my second or 3rd night. They said no with no true explanation. I then checked into my room as I had no other options. The accommodations are very nice but the room smelled terribly of cigarette smoke. It was absolutely gross! They apologized but said there was nothing they could do. After checking into my room, I then went down to the concierge desk to get a recommendation for someplace to go for dinner. The two people on duty basically ignored me until I insisted that I needed assistance. One of them then handed me a piece of paper with a list of restaurants and pointed to a few potential locations with barely any directions on how to get to the restaurants. It was a strange experience. I am not sure if they did not speak English very well or they didn't want to assist me as I was a woman. This is an international hotel and I have stayed in numerous high-end international hotels in Japan over the years and the employees all spoke English and were also extremely polite and professional. The next day, I went to the concierge desk again for help and the man at the desk was looking at some paperwork but not assisting any guests. He finally looked up at me said he was busy and pushed me off to the front desk. Again, I felt like as an American woman, I was not "worthy" of his attention and service. I have never made this sort of comment before about being an American businesswoman in Japan and not being treated respectfully but I did experience this reaction at this hotel. I decided to write this review as I think the hotel's management needs to do some better training of their staff. Their employees need to treat all their guests with proper respect. The other reason I am writing this review is to let people know that if you don't want a smoking room in Japan you have to make that very clear when you reserve your hotel room before your trip as you might get stuck like me!
Toolgirl59S - New York City, New York