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excellet hotel. lots of english speaking staff. break fast was very good. Metro was just walkable. couple of indian restaurants close by. Palace is in walkable distance for a early morning run. Can walk to CBD as well.
This hotel looked like it was once a premier hotel in Tokyo. Today, while dated, it still has impeccable service, large rooms (for Japan) and offers a brilliant location. It's proximity to the CBD attracted lots of business travellers but regular tourists, such as myself,...More
We travel to Tokyo for family vacations in April 2017 and we stayed in this hotel. This is not new hotel but you can reach this hotel directly by limousine bus or by train and metro this hotel very close to metro station. The Staf...More
Just a few steps to train stations. very near Imperial Palace and Philippine Embassy.
hotel staff are very helpful.
Room given was good except for the hotel view was not so nice from the side area.
we expected the beack area where you can see...More
The room is very spacious and the view fantastic. Recommend it for business travelers. Close to Yasukuni Shrine for those interested in history. Great for runners because it's close to the palace. Quiet neighborhood.
US$130 - US$287 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.
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in my room there was.a unit on the wall that purported to control the A/C. we were there late April and the temp was fine not to hot or to cold. You cannot open the windows in my room. I imagine that if you asked for a... More
in my room there was.a unit on the wall that purported to control the A/C. we were there late April and the temp was fine not to hot or to cold. You cannot open the windows in my room. I imagine that if you asked for a fan they would provide one they were very helpful. Worst aspect of the place was that the only English language TV they had was CNN.
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"Far from center of Tokyo but close to metro station."