February 12, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Tokyo Station Hotel in Tokyo, Japan
The Tokyo Station Hotel operates in one of the world’s busiest railroad stations, but its grand hallways and rooms full of plush carpeting and chandeliers are rapturously silent. The hotel opened nearly a century ago and survived both the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake and World War II, one of the few buildings from that time period that remains. Cathedral ceilings, crown molding and heavy silk draperies give rooms a regal feel, and bathrooms are the size of a small Tokyo apartment. If the Marunouchi business district isn’t large enough to contain your wanderings, you’re in a good place: Train travel is clearly convenient.
Set out for a walk among the Chiyoda gardens and glimpse the pagoda-like architecture of the Imperial Palace, residence of the Emperor of Japan. Take a train to Ginza. Get lost in one of its famous department stores. Discover a tiny izakaya sushi den hidden beneath the elevated train tracks of Yurakucho Gado-shita. Sample Hisashi Sugimoto’s signature Tokyo Station cocktail, which he has been making at the hotel since 1958.
Location of The Tokyo Station Hotel
Nearest Airport: NRT and HND
Amenities for The Tokyo Station Hotel
- General Information
- 150 Rooms
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- In-Room Safes
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Work Desks
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Historic Sites
- Train Station
- Public Transportation
Reviews for The Tokyo Station Hotel
It is a very unique property. We stayed in standard room. Was large and well appointed. Very easy access to the airport train. Did not try the breakfast due to the very high price. Lots of food options in the neighbourhood. Easy walk to the Imperial Palace.
Red_River_Canada - Canada
Thank you TSH for impeccable service. Your restaurant suggestions were wonderful and no question was too hard. The pyjamas were a very luxurious touch. You have thought of everything. The addition of the local mobile phone made us feel less foreign and able to engage with Tokyo in ways that were never possible before. This is my home away from home.
Wendy S - Sydney, Australia
We spent 1 night here in transit. This hotel is both beautiful and extremely practical. We had a day in Tokyo before heading up to Nozawa Onsen. The hotel was great in arranging Shinkansen tickets, had the rooms ready relatively early - 10am, when we fly in at 5am and made us welcome by providing breakfast in the top floor restaurant. The just do the small things well. The rooms are modern western style, but with old style touches. The rooms are very large for Tokyo, and hence you pay for that. Bathroom was huge and had all the mod cons you expect from a 5 start property. The breakfast buffet is huge and has lost of options, both western and Japanese. The whiskey bar is cool - but note it is a smoking bar, so unfortunately we only had one drink there. On top of all of this, the location is perfect - 30-40 minutes from Haneda airport by public transport. Then right at the station for Shinkansen to other parts of Japan - the bell boys will even walk you to your train, wait for it to be ready and carry your luggage on to the train! And Tokyo station has plenty of eating options, as we as access to get to any part of Toyko. We highly recommend this property. Pros - Location - Good modern rooms, with old school charm - Service Cons - Expensive, even for Tokyo - Bar is a smoking bar
DCB779 - Sydney, Australia
Beautiful Hotel, reasonable sized rooms for Tokyo, staff were extremely helpful. The location of this hotel is fantastic right above Tokyo Station and a short 10 minute walk into the shopping district of Ginza.
CliffordLobb - Melbourne, Australia
If you can manage to stay at this hotel, please do so. It has history back from ~1910 ish (I cannot remember the exact date) My review is only for the basic king size bedroom, buffet at 4th floor, front desk/concierge and the work out room. As far as those things are concerned, I can honestly say that they do better than typical las vegas hotels. the room is very "atypical Japanese hotel room" - spacious, elegant and really expensive and quality materials. I'm 175lbs 5'9'' so if you are bigger than me, you may think otherwise. My room overlooked the tokyo station Marunouchi south gate exit. The entrance to the hotel is on the right side as you exit the ticket purchasing area. (don't go outside, it is in the same hall, on the right side. You will see the "tokyo station hotel" sign in english. You can sometimes hear the sounds from the train station but overall not bothersome. Atrium buffet (4th floor) was nice too. They have 2 different sections for the breakfast, western style and japanese style. the servers are very polite and ask for my needs time to time. They took away my used silverware and plates quickly (perhaps it was not crowded). Food was above average and probably not justified by ~$40 price tag. But everything spoke elegance and opulent. What impressed me the most is the exercise room. I have never been to a hotel with so many people working out (no wonder japanese people are healthy overall). They have top of the line equipment: O2 chamber, legit vibration plate, and 2-3 staff always attentive to your needs. Yes it does cost ~$10 but it's worth a visit if you are into exercising regularly. Overall my stay at the tokyo station was unforgettable. Staff are attentive, polite, (front desk staff need to speak loudly. Be confident in your English, you guys are good as is.) Rooms are clean and elegant. If you can afford to stay here you won't be disappointed.
amiabilita - Los Angeles, California