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Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

Hotel has a good location near one of the main metro stations. Its a good base to for Tokyo sightseeing with plenty of tour guides meeting their clients there.
Rooms - we had one of the artist rooms with launge access. They are lovely and very clean but pretty small. However, enough for a short stay.
Launge has sone basic snacks and alcohol.
Breakfast - very good quality, not a big choice to be honest but certainly sufficient with all western items and also traditional japanese food.
Restaurant - not a big choice and very limited for vegetarians as everywhere in Japan but good quality and enough if you tired and want to stay in the hotel in the evening.
Hotel also has a bar with quite an impressive choice of alcohol and great city views.
Overall good choice and recommended.

Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank kaska79
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Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

Park hotel , just my favorite brand ! Not a surprise ! Big rooms super good breakfast buffet ! Nice design and super friendly staff ! I was suggested by friends and I’ll decently come back ! Thanks everyone .

Date of stay: May 2018
1  Thank infinity1985
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Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

Two families, (a total of 4 parents ad 4 young adults) travelling together spent 3 nights here for our Easter holiday/50th birthday-trip. We got adjacent rooms of a decent size and a great view of Tokyo city. 3 of us have stayed here before and the location is great. The hotel is on the Shiodome station of the Yurikamome line, and a short walk to the Shimbashi station of the Tokyo subway system and the JR Yamanote loop line.
We got excellent assistance from the hotel concierge on several occasions. They were helpful booking restaurant tables for us (strongly adviced if you are a larger group like we were). Our 17 year old daughter injured her knee on the trip to Japan, and the concierge went out of their way lending us crutches and phoning ahead to find out if our next hotel in Osaka would have crutches. When this hotel didn’t they continued to make phonecalls to try and find crutches for sale in Tokyo. After about 20 phonecalls and a lot of internet searching they concluded that a doctor’s appointment was needed to buy crutches. Our travel insurance also suggested a visit to a doctor. Concierge was again very understanding and helpful and booked an appointment for us with an knee orthopaedic specialist. They also arranged for us to keep our room 3 extra hours on checkout day so we could stay in her room until the doctor’s appointment in the afternoon.
Park hotel Tokyo was the perfect place to stay to see as much of Tokyo as possible in 3 days. We walked to the fish market, to Ginza and to the Hamarikyu garden, and had easy access to areas like Harajuju, Akihabara, Odaiba and Ueno by way of the monorail, subway and Yamanote. The friendly and helpful staff made us feel very welcome and offered support, good advice and a persistent helpful attitude when it came to our daughter’s painful knee condition.
We will highly recommend Park hotel Tokyo and we will stay there again on a later occasion.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank mummimamma5
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

We arrived at this hotel on the 25th floor of the building wondering what to expect. Well, it had the wow factor. Wonderful greeting, staff couldn't do enough to make your stay enjoyable. The whole ambiance was relaxing. There was a calm about the building which we have never experienced before. The acoustics were incredible so you didn't hear any noise. It is certainly the place for a peaceful stay.

Both the bedroom and bathroom were well equipped and everything was so neatly packaged and presented. The room is not large but adequate.

Amazing views from the hotel rooms. We were on the top floor which was the 34th. On a good morning you can see Mount Fuji from the checkin desk.

Food was very expensive but Tokyo is an expensive city.

Room tip: Request a room overlooking Suma Rikyu Park
Date of stay: April 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank GrannyD2007
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

We were looking for a Hotel in Tokyo after a 13 day cruise. We were looking for one that was close to shopping areas, near Haneda Airport, and walking ease from hotel to other areas.

This hotel's lobby is on the 25th floor. We used coordinated transportation from the cruise port to the hotel Cost was 16,000yen. We had a private car to carry 4 large suite cases. Many taxis are not capable of handling this amount of luggage. This pricing from the hotel was reasonable. I check other sources, and having this booked to the room was easy so there was no monies exchanges. All charged to my credit card.......more points for me :):)

Personnel was awaiting our arrival to the hotel and coordinate our luggage to the check in floor. Personnel were extremely friendly and spoke very good English. We were checking into the 30th floor - we reserved a Queen bed room with city view. Best decision made. At night with the lights out in the room, we could view the lights of the city with a glass of wine in our hands.

The rooms are small. Just enough room to place on the floor 2 large suit cases. More or less the same size of a balcony cabin on a cruise ship. Bathroom has a very deep tub. Great water pressure and plenty of hot water. There is no shower spout. there is a hand held shower unit that hangs. Only item I found not favorable. The toilet has a warming unit plus other items to wash one self . Plenty of amenities plus extra razor, brush, tooth brush / paste, Room has a Frig and safe. Plus coffee / tea supplies.

The hotel is walking distance to the luxury shopping area. In the basement you can get subway transportation to all areas in Tokyo. We took the train to the Asakusa area. Was 200 yen per person each way. Took 15 minutes. In addition there are eating areas approx 300 feet from the hotel exit door. Note many places do not open until 7:00 or till 7:30am in morning. Places open later on weekends. So coffee not available until 7:30am........including Big Mac. There are Family Stores for general items needed in case you forgot something plus other places for limited shopping.

The hotel does have a western breakfast. Cost is around 2300 yen........while a breakfast Mac meal goes for 600-800yen.......

Internet was great in the hotel.........no trouble using.

We coordinate with the hotel for air port shuttle to Haneda - cost for 2 around 1800 yen. This was on a normal touring bus. Allow 4 hours from hotel - pick ups, etc, and getting to international terminal. Bus hits 2 other places prior to this terminal. We allowed 3 hrs and were lucky in checking in and by passed a long waiting line. We had just 45 minutes to get a small meal and a drink. If we had to wait in the long line we would have just made the plane.........Traffic to the airport can get very heavy so allow more time then expected...........

Most taxi drivers do not speak English. Or very limited. So have printed data on where you want to go........

We did find it interesting that there is no trash cans. You are expected to take your own trash with you for disposal. Also there is no smoking in shopping areas. There are fines. Streets are very clean.

Room tip: Get room with city view. Fantastic at night
Date of stay: April 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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