February 6, 2018 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
Our stay at the Capitol was very comfortable, the rooms were serviced to perfection every day and were some of the nicest I've ever stayed in, the breakfast buffet although very expensive was delicious, the staff were all friendly and the location was a winner being right above the subway which connects to four lines.
Jozpuppy - Wellington, New Zealand
This was our second visit to the Tokyu Capitol Hotel in Japan. Although we only stayed for one night, we had a similar positive experience in the past. The location is very convenient since the building is positioned on top of a metro station, which means transportation is very easy. It was just an hour train ride from the Narita International Airport via a high speed, direct train. The hotel has a very sleek, appearance with its mixtures of traditional and contemporary designs featuring a large quantity of shiny granite. There is a lovely restaurant in which one can consume a vast breakfast buffet in the warmth of the morning sun. The buffet is approximately $60 USD per person, unless you have a breakfast voucher included in your plan. The rooms themselves are covered in warm honey colored wood, and both of the rooms we stayed in have fantastic views of the metropolitan city. The bathrooms are well-equipped with a rain shower, bathtub and smart toilets. Additionally, there were free amenities. Each room had a tv with a variety of channels and either plush chairs or a couch. The staff were very friendly, helpful and welcoming and did everything they could to make you feel welcomed. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and are looking forward to returning in the near future!
5Atlantans - Atlanta, Georgia
This was our third stay at the Capitol and once again it lived up to (and exceeded) expectations. Our room was large and the bathroom is one of the very best we've ever had. The rain-shower is awesome and the bath allows for sweeping city views through the glass walls. The bed is very comfortable and our room was as quiet as a church. Service is top notch; we never saw housekeeping in our 4 days and yet our room was always perfectly serviced whenever we got back. The location, close to the evening bustle of Akasuka and sitting atop 2 metro stations, is perfect. It's a gentle stroll to the Imperial Palace gardens.I recommend this place to all my friends who go to Tokyo and no one's ever been disappointed. It's not cheap but it's worth every cent....true value!
Missi0nary - Bingil Bay, Australia
If you want an efficient, spotless, new hotel well located then this is for you. The rooms are spacious with a traditional feel and floor to ceiling windows. The pool is large and located in the middle floors with views over Tokyo although they are strict on following over the top hygiene rules (everyone wearing a hat). The only downside is the bar which is very much an afterthought. Best to head into Akasaka itself which had tremendous options. If you need a couple of minutes of solitude then the shrine next door can do the trick.
diampe - London, United Kingdom
I stayed here at the beginning of December for 10 days with my husband and 7 month old son. The hotel is very clean and modern and the service is excellent. The rooms are very spacious - there was a massive King size bed (a bit too firm for me) and enough room for a lounge, coffee table and a desk. We also had a travel cot in the room and didnâ€™t feel cramped at all. There is a seperate area for clothes and suitcases with drawers and a rack. The bathroom was also really big and had a double vanity and an excellent rain shower. Our room looked over the Diet building and you could also see the Imperial Gardens in the distance. Although itâ€™s not in the middle of the â€˜actionâ€™ there is a subway in the basement which is only around 10/15mins to Shibuya or Shinjuku. Roppongi is also a short cab ride away. Personally, I prefer to be slightly further away from the hustle and bustle of a big city than right in the thick of it; it provides a good escape, especially when travelling with an infant. The hotel were really good and I would give them our bottles to sterilise every few days - I had steriliser bags which I explained to staff how to use and I would just drop the bag off and theyâ€™d bring it up to our room later on in the day. There is also a 7/11 in the basement of the hotel. I would go there for all your snacks and drinks as the mini bar is pretty pricey. The hotel provides 2 bottles of water per day and the room also has a nespresso machine. The only thing which is pretty silly is they donâ€™t provide milk for you like most other hotels do; they only have powdered creamer. I called and asked for some milk for our coffees but it wasnâ€™t until checkout that I realised Iâ€™d been charged $10usd for half a cup of milk. I questioned it and I found it a bit annoying that staff made multiple phone calls to room service to ask about the milk. I wasnâ€™t denying asking for it, just questioning why a small amount of milk costs $10usd. Anyway, they removed the charge in the end but I suggest if you want actual milk for your coffee to grab some from 7/11. Other than that, the hotel is excellent and would definitely stay here again when we next visit Tokyo.
zoekay83 - Melbourne, Australia