March 7, 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
My overall experience with the service from the start to the end was amazing. However, I wanted to make some special notes on my experience. Before arriving: First I want to say Marie Antoinette (chief concerige) and Mr Tomonori Otsuka went above and beyond in helping me with my food adventures. They were able to make hard to get restaurant reservations possible during my stay in Tokyo and provided me with additional information my other inquires. Check in/Out: The check in/out process was very quick. The staff was very attentive and polite. They greeted as I walked into the hotel and immediately provided assistance on checking in/out. They were able to assist me on my inquiries and provided a guided tour to my room by showing all the necessary amenities and exits. The hotel: The location was very convenient as it is located near Tokyo Station. The quality of my stay was unbelievable from the room to the use of the historical. I would highly recommend this to anyone
I stayed for 4 nights at one of their Palace Wing rooms, which is of decent size for hotels in Central Tokyo. Hotel has direct access to Tokyo Station and you can be on the Yamanote line in 2 minutes. Service was good. Free handphone provided for easy navigation in town. Breakfast has good choices and is in a nice setting. Will definitely come back.
Nicky L - Hong Kong, China
We just arrived today, after a disappointing experience with a five star hotel in London. Tokyo Station Hotel warrants about ten stars in a head-to-head contest. It is a very attractive hotel, in the perfect Tokyo location, with beautiful, calm, spacious rooms, and the most delightful staff. We arrived at 7.30 a.m. and were told that our room was ready, which was a huge bonus. We were able to unpack, shower and breakfast, before heading out to explore Tokyo. Some hotels would try to charge half a day's room rate for the privilege. Very highly recommended.
Bigal57 - London
We chose this hotel for the location. We landed in Tokyo and wanted an easy night in town. We got there, tossed the bags in the room and went down into the station to first buy our train tickets for a trip the following day, and then grab a meal in the train station, which is teaming with options. Hotel staff even walked us into the station and helped us buy our Shinkansen tickets. The location worked out great. Rooms as expected were small but lovely in decor, clean and quiet. Spent a cozy night followed by the most unbelievable hotel breakfast ever - the setting, the food choices, it was magical. Do not miss breakfast.
Jennifer H - Upper Montclair, New Jersey
Small Luxury Hotel collection. The hotel is absolutely magnificent and if you love the historical, ancient style of buildings, this is the place you should go. Totally unique and once you entered the hotel, it feels like you actually walk through a time tunnel to the pass. The hotel corridor is very long, no housekeeping trolleys are used at the hotel (all housemaids curried a bag to service the rooms), which I've never seen any other hotels doing that. They told me that it is because they do not wish to damage the hallway wall with the trolley. Staffs are friendly and helpful. Definitely a good choice to stay in Japan.
Andrew T - Taipei, Taiwan