December 3, 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
I had the pleasure of staying at The Tokyo Station Hotel for a few days and while I'm usually not a big "reviewer", I couldn't miss the opportunity to share how great it was. From Mr. Tomonori Otsuka, the concierge to Namiko, the beautiful lady at the front desk, everyone was so over the top helpful. They just seemed so eager to make us happy. The respect and kindness of Japan as a whole made me fall in love but to start our adventure at TSH was ideal! Location was great too! It kept us central to everything and it was a breeze to get to and from the airport ... no taxis needed. The staff at TSH even walked us to our train platform! The room was a vacation in and of itself. The bed was heavenly, pillows were perfect, and the pajamas in the drawer ... OMG. If I was able to somehow get 100 pair, i would! I cannot wait for a trip back (which is no easy task from NYC) but they truly made it home away from home!
My wife and I stayed here on our final night in Japan after a week or thereabouts in Tokyo and then Kyoto - we wish we'd stayed at the Tokyo Station Hotel earlier and for longer! The staff were amazing, the location perfect for getting around town and the renovations to the place were beautiful. Breakfast was great, a beautiful room in the Atrium of the station with a great selection of western and Japanese options. We had an evening snack and a cocktail or few in the bar/lounge Camellia which was really reasonably priced considering what you'd pay in similar places in Sydney and there were some delicious options (both food and cocktails). To wrap things up we had some lovely tea and cakes in The Lobby Lounge before finally heading to the airport and home. Perhaps the upgrade to the Ambassador's suite helped but honestly, this was a great way to end our holiday and next time we're in Japan we'll absolutely be staying here!
13Andrew - Sydney, Australia
It was our 1st time in Japan and staying at this beautifully renovated and perfectly situated hotel was a key to a wonderful 4 day stay in Tokyo. From the moment of our arrival being met at the Nartita express train stop just under the hotel and having help with our bags to collapsing on the most comfortable beds following the direct 14 hour flight and then freshening up in the luxurious bathroom we quickly were revitalized. The hotel staff helped secure reservations prior to our arrival and were just waiting up be of assistance. Breakfast in the atrium was a 4āļø experience with both Japanese and western options. Most important excellent coffee. Thank you for a great stay.
What a fantastic place! The staff is the best ever! Very friendly, polite and proactive! I had a chance to meet the Director of sales Atsushi who gave me a tour of the property. The hotel is very well managed and the building well taking care of ... expensive but worth it!!
Mr-foodfanatic - Paris, France
Stayed at the Tokyo Station hotel for 3 days. Perfecty renovated a few years ago. Nice comfortable rooms and although at the station, no outside noise in the rooms. Breakfast is very nice in the atrium at the 4th floor. One of the other highlights is the Oak bar, a small bar with only 12 places. Loods like you are in the 50's. Bartender is a nice old man (85?), who is mixing good cocktails of serves good whiskies. Smoking allowed. Didn't try the restaurants.
RobertS030 - Rotterdam, The Netherlands