It was a great experience in Tokyo with Intercontinental Hotel Tokyo Bay. The breakfast buffet was tasty with a variety of choice. The location of the hotel was a little off the center of Tokyo but it can be covered by frequent hotel shuttle service to Daimon station.
I've stayed at Celestine Hotel several times over the last year. It's a few blocks from Tamachi station, and in between (1 block each way) Mita subway stations. Some might want something closer to a JR station, but I think the rate makes it well worth the short walk.
Breakfast buffet is good quality, though I wish they offered fried eggs. But, it is an excellent value compared to other Tokyo hotels.
Celestine Hotel remains a top choice for me in Tokyo.
Traveller from SF Bay Area
This 17-story high-rise, located in downtown Tokyo, is one km (one-half mile) from the Tokyo International Forum. High-speed …More
This is a typical small room Tokyo hotel. It's excellent for short stays because you won't have room to hang too many items and no drawers. Besides the size, everything else's was excellent. It was spotlessly clean, the staff was polite and helpful, and the location was conveniently next to the Mita station entrance. I wouldn't stay for a long visit but it's perfect for a two or three day stay.
If you arrived Haneda airport, you can reach the hotel via the monorail (non-stop express from Haneda to Hamamatsucho for 490yen). Hotel is about 10 minutes walk (few traffic lights). Try to book early as price difference can be significant. I added third night about a week later from original booking & price jumped more than 30%. Check-in is on the 4th floor (lacking English direction) and room is small by US standard. Bathroom is the standard modular units commonly seen in Japanese business hotels (deep but small bathtubs) with strong shower pressure. Wi-fi is not stable & occasionally got disconnected. Breakfast options are either western (ham, egg, bacon and sausage) or Japanese (miso, salmon, fermented soybeans called natto, rice & pickles).
Traveller from Flower Mound, Texas
Azur Takeshiba was established in a zone of the waterfront city from reconstruction in 1990 and then the hotel was renewed in …More
nice location where is 10 mins from Tamachi-station by foot. there is Lawson and Supermarket nearby hotel. Room was really clean and comfort. the breakfast is nice, they have Japanese style and American style.
Located near Hamamatsucho and Tamachi Stations on the Yamanote Line, Shiba is a central spot from which to explore the nightlife of neighboring Roppongi, the upscale shops of Ginza, and the teen fashion scene of Shibuya’s Harajuku. Also nearby is Tokyo Tower, the 333-meter replica of the Eiffel Tower that offers views of Mount Fuji on a clear day.
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