October 31, 2017 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
The hotel offers a meet & greet from the Narita Express station. So the moment we stepped of the train we experienced the amazing service of the Tokyo station hotel. The hotel is located in the historic Tokyo Station building which was renovated very nicely. The location is beyond convenient, as you are literally connected to the main train station in Tokyo. I highly recommend trying the Japanese Breakfast, which is only available to hotel guests. It is expensive though, and unfortunately served buffet style, but the quality was excellent. Our queen bedroom was small, but I believe this is normal for hotels in Tokyo. The bathrooms and shower/bath are very nice. Overall, we had a very nice stay and would love to go back next time we are in Tokyo.
Andre A - Seal Beach, California
I travel to Tokyo frequently, specifically to eat. Since I don't speak much Japanese and I live overseas, I rely on hotel concierge services to make bookings on my behalf. Having stayed at quite a few luxury hotels in Tokyo (including two stays so far at the Tokyo Station Hotel) I can say with certitude that the concierge service at the Tokyo Station Hotel is by far the best I've had the pleasure to deal with. Head concierge Ms. Mori and concierge Mr. Otsuka are simply amazing. They are extremely friendly, professional, and efficient. They've managed to book many difficult restaurant reservations on my behalf. The hotel itself is very nice, with comfortable rooms and lovely bathrooms. The location is pretty convenient for me, with fairly easy access to Ginza, Shinbashi, and Nihonbashi (where many of my favorite restaurants are located). The service, however, is what takes makes this property truly special. The service (again, especially from the concierge team) is simply the best I've experienced anywhere. They take omotenashi to the next level! A huge "Thank you!" to Ms. Mori, Mr. Otsuka, and to the entire staff for the wonderful hospitality you offer.
olivier d - San Francisco, California, United States
The Tokyo Station Hotel re-opened in 2012 after six years of renovations. That alone ought to entice you there. Our room was gorgeous, beautifully renovated to the glory days of the hotel, overlooking a cupola inside Tokyo Station. It was dead-quiet. The room was luxurious with a very comfortable bed. The bathroom was first-class with a rain shower head and a great bath that my wife availed herself of a few times. The standard high-tech toilet in Japan was one-upped by this toilet with a heated seat that raised the lid automatically and flushed and closed the lid automatically. The amenities were first-class with hairbrushes, toothbrushes and toothpaste, shavers and shaving lotion, to mention a few. Breakfast at this hotel was world-class. The European style buffet included lovely croissants and other baked goods. For North Americans, waffles and eggs and bacon were available along with fresh yogurts, cereals, fruits and the like. Of course, there was an extensive Japanese selection and even a Chinese breakfast. Coffee was top quality. It was as nice a breakfast buffet as we have seen anywhere in our travels to top quality hotels. The service was incredible. The concierge, Tomonori Otsuka, made restaurant reservations for us while we were still in Canada and his suggestions were outstanding. He provided walking maps, running suggestions and subway and train guidance. His oral and written English skill are excellent. When it came time to check out, he sent a porter to take us and our luggage directly to the train platform. Now that's service! Now on the location - surely it must be the best in Tokyo. One is right in the heart of the financial district. It's an easy walk to Ginza or to the Imperial Palace. We took the train from the airport at Narita and it essentially stops at the hotel. It doesn't get any better than that. Without even having to go outside, the entire JR Rail network is available as well as Tokyo's incredible subway system (which is easy to use, ultra-clean and safe). We highly recommend this excellent hotel if you are staying in Tokyo. Top quality on all fronts and amazing service. Thank you, Otsuka-San!
brianm290 - North Vancouver, Canada
Stayed one night here on the way back to the airport after a fortnight in Japan. Really convenient location in a very nice part of Tokyo. The hotel was luxurious with very spacious rooms and a high quality feel. The staff were incredibly polite and spoke perfect English, were able to help us book a meal in the evening at short notice. The room rates are not cheap, but it made for a really special end to an amazing holiday.
AnnaKoala - London, United Kingdom
Don't miss this gorgeous hotel, with the perfect location and best ever customer service. The hotel is located in a beautifully restored landmark building above one of Tokyo's busiest train/subway stations. However, it's so quiet you'd never know trains were anywhere near. You can take the Narita express bullet train from the airport (much faster than taxis in traffic clogged Tokyo) directly to Tokyo station and the hotel's amazing Meet & Greet Team will meet you at door of your train to take you and your bags to the hotel's check-in counter. They will do the same when you leave. You can get anywhere in Tokyo from the train/subway station below. Glamorous Ginza with Tokyo's most elegant shopping district, glorious restaurants and the Kabuki theater is just a 10-15 minute walk from the hotel. The lovely hotel rooms were tastefully decorated with heavenly bathrooms and fresh pressed pajamas supplied daily. I rarely eat breakfast in my hotels, but Tokyo Station's is not to be missed with oodles of delectable Japanese and Western treats. I am always skeptical about using concierges, but Head Concierge Marie Mori and Concierge Tomonori Otsuka treated us as though we were privileged guests in their homes. I can't say enough about their professionalism, attentive service and concern for our well being. I started emailing the concierge desk a couple months before my arrival and their prompt helpful responses made the difference in our trip. One night when our taxi couldn't find our restaurant and dropped us off on the sidewalk, Marie called the restaurant to make sure we would find the door and confirmed that we had safely arrived. No request was too big or small.....they made it happen. The entire hotel staff were also gracious and helpful. Be sure to make it to one of the depachikas, the sophisticated, yummy food halls in the basements of Tokyo's famous, high-end department stores. Scores of offerings of chocolates, pastries, ice cream, salads, japanese delicacies, wine & sake and just about anything else you'd want to eat are on display. My Favorite is at Ginza 6, Tokyo's newest, fancy department store that just opened this year. Another great shop within Ginza 6 is the Cibone store showcasing mostly Japanese made housewares that you can't live without. I had so many great meals in Tokyo, but the can't miss is Michelin one star Motoyoshi. Reserve early to get one of the eight seats in this tiny restaurant and savor one of the omakase Tempura menus cooked in front of you! Book your trip to Tokyo now and don't even consider staying anywhere else!
LSChampagne - San Francisco