Really comfortable hotel. Helpful staff. Easy to get on to the subway and short travel time to almost every point of interest in Tokyo. Located in Diet area so not a lot of action near the hotel - but that can be good in a city as lively as Tokyo!
Traveller from Sydney
Capitol Tokyu Hotel is a five-star hotel, conveniently located on a serene corner of hustling-bustling Tokyo, adjacent to the …More
The garden is exquisite. The hotel is huge with 1500 room and lots of shops on the main level, fun for families. If you intimacy and tranquility, this may not be your choice. But the hotel staff do work very hard and are extremely friendly helping guests with all the requests and questions.
This was my first stay at the hotel. It is small and 10 minutes walk from Akasaka Mitsuke Subway Station, but was an excellent hotel. Although the room size was modest, the facilities are new and working perfectly, and the staff was attentive and kind. The breakfast buffet was delicious in a room overlooking the wooded compound where the Crown Prince and Princes are residing. The price was reasonable.
Traveller from from Los Angeles
In the center of Akasaka, this 13-story hotel is less than two km (one mile) from the Imperial Palace and Roppongi …More
The staff provided all sorts of accommodations, such as when I indicated that I needed to go to the post office to buy some boxes, fill and mail them, and the staff printed a map, and provided boxes and packing materials.
Akasaka Station (not Akasaka Mitsuke Station) has one entrance right across the street, and one half a block away, so I was always just steps away from the Chiyoda Line.
This hotel does not have a spa/bathhouse. Its bathroom door did not extend floor-to-ceiling, was not sound-insulated, and was mostly glass that was not sufficiently fogged.
Traveller from Canada
In the Akasaka business district, this hotel is next door to the Tokyo Metro and one km (one-half mile) from Roppongi …More
We really enjoyed our stay. The one thing was we were shell shock with the price of the food at the restaurants. Not a lot of choice when it came to price. Pretty much all really expensive. Not that we can not afford it, but choose nit to pay over $150.00 US for a streak. Very close to several great restaurants with great variety. Love our stay,
Staff were very nice and helpful. Room was perhaps a bit basic for the price (although this may be expected in Tokyo). Not really luxurious. Location was good, very clean and fairly quiet - probably a 15-20 minute walk to Tokyo central train station but probably need to take a subway ride to Shinjuku and other parts of the city. Would recommend the hotel to anyone visiting Tokyo but I would say the cost is a little on the high side.
In downtown Tokyo’s Hanzomon Area, this 13-story hotel is 56 km (35 miles) from Narita International Airport.Hotel Monterey …More
"Cozy but thoughtfully equipped with all amenities"
This hotel was in a very convenient location in Tokyo, close to the Imperial Palace and a few blocks from two subway stations were 5 metro lines meet. So it's very easy to take the subway anywhere in the city and back. The room was small but comfortable, with the bed tight against the wall and not a lot of unused space, but the room came with lots of amenities carefully placed to make the most of the space, including a fridge, coffee pot with cups and condiments, bathtub and shower, heated mirrors to prevent from fogging, the ubiquitous Japanese electronic toilet, and even a trouser iron in each floor. The hotel also had a coin operated washer and dryer that was very popular. If tight places are an issue, this might not be the right hotel for you, or you might want to upgrade to a bigger room, but for the price we payed in May '16 this was a very good value. The hotel seemed very strict about check-in times, but they offered early check-in at a cost.
Posh hotels and a good selection of mid-range restaurants can be found in this area bordering Ginza’s northwest side. Sights in themselves, hotels include the New Otani complex, featuring a garden that was once owned by a Tokugawa regent, and ANA Hotel Tokyo, which has skyline views rivaling those of Tokyo Tower.
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