See why so many travellers make Bayside Hotel Azur Takeshiba their hotel of choice when visiting Minato. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The rooms offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Bayside Hotel Azur Takeshiba features 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Bayside Hotel Azur Takeshiba guest, you can enjoy a hot tub and an on-site restaurant that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
Nearby landmarks such as Takeshiba Wharf Park (0.1 mi) and Hamamatsucho Station Manneken Pis (0.4 mi) make Bayside Hotel Azur Takeshiba a great place to stay when visiting Minato.
Travellers looking to enjoy some lobster can head to NARISAWA, Fish Bank TOKYO, or Teppanyaki Akasaka. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as HJ-Bar, Karaoke no Tetsujin Shimbashi SL Hiroba, or Byron Bay Coffee Daimon.
Minato is also known for some great architectural buildings, including Tokyo Tower, Akasaka Palace (State Guesthouse), and Tokugawa Estate Mausoleum, which are not too far from Bayside Hotel Azur Takeshiba.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Bayside Hotel Azur Takeshiba as you experience all of the things Minato has to offer.
Idealistic location to enjoy the amazing view of Rainbow Bridge, Odaiba, Harumi and Tsukishima. The renovation was done and looked quite clean. Due to the pandemic, I could have a great discount (7350 yen for the twin room). The windows were large with chairs beside it to enjoy the view to full extent. The communal bath with a jacuzzi and a sauna was also great. If you're staying at the lower floors, there is a room next to the bath on the 19th floor where you can enjoy the view.
Stayed in this hotel due to the proximity to Haneda airport, just 10 minutes from Tokyo Monorail. There was also a walkway to Takeshiba station on the Yurikamome railway connected to the Tokyo Metro. The room came with many amenities like tea, coffee, TV, pyjamas, toothbrush, etc. which was a big upgrade compared to previous business hotels I had stayed in my trip. I booked a non-smoking room and had no issues with smell. The bed was very comfortable and in Japanese standards, the room size was good. It was quite confusing checking in at first as you had to ride the elevator up to 4th floor where the check in counter was located. There were actually two different sets of elevators, one who went to the actually room floors, and another who went to the higher floors and to the entrance. There was a Japanese restaurant located in the hotel building as well as a breakfast and lunch restaurant. I did not try the breakfast as I left early every morning for sightseeing. The room also came with free Wi-Fi. I missed a coin laundry in the hotel though. There also was a public semi-onsen bath with jaccuzi and sauna which was included in the hotel stay. However, like many onsen and public bath places in Japan, there was a ban on having any kind of tattoo on the body. Some places in Japan accept if the tattoo is really small or covered up. Apparently tattoos are connected to Japanese maffia and guests might experience a bad stay if seeing such body art. However, as I used the public bath, I saw a lot of other faux pas behaviour by local tourists which made me wonder as there were signs up clearly describing how to use the onsen...…
In this hotel, we can use a free smart phone. As I attached pictures, usage fee of the smart phone is also free. So, it’s very convenient for foreign visitors. I stay at a single room. The room is small like other Japanese business hotels, but equipment is sufficient, I think. There is a TV, a refrigerator, a kettle, and a free smart phone. The location is a little bit far from the JR Hamamatsu station. It’s about ten minutes walk from the station. Another nearest station is Takebashi station. It’s about 3 minutes walk from the station.
Clean, well located (50 m from a train station and facing the water front), well priced... This hotel is a good option if you are on a budget, but do not want to suffer. It offers a japanese jakuzi/spa which is very good (free with your room).
This place was filthy! Me and a friend stayed here after a cruise. The springs on my bed were broken and my bed was flattened to half the size it was supposed to be. It was as hard as a rock. I didn't notice the condition of the mattress until the next day because the sheet had come undone. I had a horrible night's sleep. We complained and they simply said they would be getting new mattresses soon. That one should not even be used. There were stains on the floor, the walls and even the ceiling. The floor was filthy. My friend had a blood stain on her comforter. They try to pass themselves off as a nice hotel, but this is an old failing hotel - do NOT waste your money here!! I had booked this hotel after a cruise mistakenly thinking it was close to where I needed to be. I contacted them a couple of nights before our departure from the boat asking if we could cancel so that I could book something closer. They wouldn't accommodate that for us. Now I know why - they needed every dollar.…