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105-0001 , Minato-ku, Toranomon 2-10-4, Japan – Show map
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds
Sauna, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Indoor Pool (all year)
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Concierge Service, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Suit Press, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Designated Smoking Area
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged JPY 5940 per night in an extra bed.
One child under 1 year stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 278 reviews
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Architecture, style and friendly staff.
old style rooms, and fees for the pool ! :o((
Decent pool and gym
Sound proofibg are quite poor, could hear others at night. The hotel is abit out dated .
Location is convenient. Near a subway and two 7 Elevens. Not quite close enough to any main points of attraction though (Roppongi district is a good 2 kms away).
The room in the South Wing had old decor. The room in the main building was nicer, but small. For the amount we were paying, we expected better. The service was okay. The lobby is large and it wasn't sufficiently clear where we had to go or who we could approach for assistance.
It is silly and annoying not letting people who use the Gym to get access to the pool.
It's like travel back in time to 1962. The hotel is perfectly preserved
Great wonderful design
Expensive charge for health club, and pool
The food served in the restaurants were all costly, but worth the value.
The distance between the main building and the annex was a long walk and could be accessed only from the basement floor. It was lonely to walk at night hours.
Staff friendly and helpful. Large room. Decent location, medium walk to Metro stations
All lights in room controlled by switch near door. Late night bathroom trips in complete darkness
architecture, 50s design, space, quiet, easy...
Great welcome. Comfortable room, good shower, excellent bathroom amenities, shaving/make up mirror (very rare), close to Metro and to Ana Intercontinental limousine bus stop. Wifi worked very well.
I usually pick much smaller hotels, the Okura is big and a bit impersonal. Very beige. Breakfast too expensive.
It was very well run and highly atmospheric (for a Westerner on a first trip to Tokyo) as well beautiful to look at and look out from. The staff were fantastically helpful but that was true of just about everywhere in Japan.
I guess if I could, I'd make the place a little less brown! The rooms, lift, lobby, bar were all shades of brown, fawn and beige! But that's minor.
It's like coming home! The lobby is an elegant, warm space that makes you want to stay there all day long. You can't beat the Okura for the quality of service!
Its too bad the group that owns this masterpiece of Japanese modernism is tearing it down to replace it with a flavorless glass tower. Enjoy it while you can!
The fact that they will tear down this awesome structure to build a highrise building.
Service was great, as was the location for the Metro.
Charge to use the pool was a lot, given this is an expensive hotel already - seemed a bit off!
The room is quite big, clean and staff was great and helpful. We stayed for 5 nights and enjoy our stay. Love the wifi
Excellent location, friendly staff, spacious rooms, good facilities......our best hotel experience in Tokyo.
Spacious. Almost everything there. Staff gives high attention.
No coffee in room. No particular view.
The Okura is one of the loveliest hotels in the world. Its main lobby is an architectural treasure, with a beautifully and distinctively Japanese sense of calm. The staff and service are simply wonderful too.
The fact that the Okura Group plans to demolish the main building, containing the stunning lobby, in mid-2015. They should demolish the South Wing instead and preserve the main building and its extraordinary lobby as a historic landmark
Too far from Metro - underground station.
location too far and dark ways to walk around ..& air condition broken...very hot.. had to ask room service to open the windows
It's a beautiful hotel - well designed and a good value.
Some people think the hotel looks dated, but it is a time capsule of design from that time. That is what is beautiful.
Very classic building and hotel. Staff try very hard and are very good. Location is wonderful for most purposes.
It needs a little refurbishment, not ncessarily modernization, just refurbishment. Access to subway not clear / easy. Poor access to electronics shopping.
wonderful architecture and design, super friendly staff
a bit dated but still lots of charme
This is true heritage of Tokyo. Legend. That's why you shouldn't expect Peninsula like style. It's unique. Everything was so perfect, except breakfast.
Queuing for breakfast for 25 mins mixed with people from outside the hotel is a management mistake. I pay 10 times more than them and expect to eat bkfst as a first priority. Every single guest was surprised they have to wait.
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