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Open from December 2018, an 11-minute walk from Marunouchi Building, The Gate Hotel Tokyo by Hulic is set in Tokyo and has a fitness centre and free WiFi. Clean ✔️ Polite staff ✔️ Good food ✔️ Good location ✔️ Completed request for double bed ✔️ Large...
Open from September 2018, located within a 11-minute walk from Tokyo Station Nihonbashi Exit and 1.9 km of Japan Imperial Palace, Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier features accommodation with a... The staff was so nice and kind Public bath was pretty cool
Opening in March 2015, Super Hotel Lohas Akasaka is conveniently located in the central Tokyo, just a 4-minute walk from Akasaka Subway Station. Very nice hotel. We had a room with a nice view. The onsen was free and very nice.
Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo offers rooms in Tokyo. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Guests can enjoy shopping at Ginza Six, a 4-minute walk from the property. Clean, comfortable, excellent location, staff are very friendly and helpful and the breakfast are...
Open from 5 October 2017, Hotel The Celestine Ginza offers accommodation in Tokyo. The property is set a 3-minute walk from Shinbashi Station on the JR Line and Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. This was my third stay in the Celestine in the past 18 months, the hotel exudes an air of calm and...
Situated a minutes’ walk away from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station of the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Marunouchi Line, The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho boasts free WiFi throughout the entire property. Fabulous. Luxurious bedding & bath towels. Amazing view of Mt. Fuji. Extremely helpful staff.
Opened in June 2014, Andaz Tokyo, the 12th hotel of the Andaz brand by Hyatt features a spa, a fitness centre and an indoor pool with a view. So happy that we got free upgrade to the president suit!
The Peninsula Tokyo pampers its guests with a spa centre and a fitness club with a swimming pool and sun loungers, overlooking the Imperial Palace Gardens. Booked a spa appointment, very nice facilities.
Shoryukan Hotel is located in central Tokyo, just 550 metres from JR Ochanomizu Train Station. We had chosen a Japanese room and it was super.
Well located in the Chuo Ward district of Tokyo, KOKO HOTEL Ginza-1chome is located a few steps from Antique Mall Ginza, 100 metres from Kyobashi no Oyabashira and 100 metres from Pola Museum Annex. the hotel was clean and comfortable.
Ideally located in the Chiyoda district of Tokyo, HOTEL SUI KANDA by ABEST is set 200 metres from Ryoshainari Shrine, 600 metres from Yanagi Inari Shrine and 700 metres from Yuito Nihonbashi. Location and extras like USB cords Loads of USB chords easy to find from Kanda station.
Conveniently located in Tokyo, the square hotel GINZA offers air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi and a fitness centre. I like the arts in the wall in every floor!
Karaksa hotel TOKYO STATION features air-conditioned rooms with satellite flat-screen TV in the Chuo Ward district of Tokyo. Its very near tokyo station and the hotel is really clean and staff are very helpful.
Located in Tokyo within 500 metres from Ginza Station and 2.9 km from Tokyo Station, The Royal Park Canvas - Ginza 8 features rooms with free WiFi. It is located on an expansive neighborhood, so it is not fully crowded. Market 24hs on the corner.
Offering air-conditioned rooms in the Chiyoda district of Tokyo, Belken Hotel Kanda is 300 metres from Enjuinari Shrine. The hotel is super clean and close to the subway station Awajicho, Ogawamachi and Kanda.
Well set in the Chiyoda district of Tokyo, Mitsui Garden Hotel Otemachi is located 300 metres from Tokyo Sankei Building Metro Square, 400 metres from Ootemori Mall and 500 metres from Kanda... the hotel is located at a very beautiful location; its very near to the Tokyo station, nice room,...
Designed by Kengo Kuma, Capitol Hotel Tokyu boasts 3 restaurants, a 14th-floor indoor pool and direct access to 4 subway lines. Rooms are spacious for Tokyo and have city views. The level of customer service is outstanding every single staff member is always trying to make your...
Situated in a central location with 3 stations within a 5-minute walk, Imperial Hotel Tokyo is a prestigious hotel renowned for providing first-class hospitality for over a century since 1890. friendly staff and clean hotel
Facing the Imperial Palace, the luxurious Shangri-La Tokyo is conveniently situated right next to JR Tokyo Station. Very nice all..staff..location..all..
Hotel New Otani Executive House Zen is located in Tokyo, 1.2 km from National Diet Building and 1.3 km from Chidorigafuchi. Hotel is conveniently located, within 10 minutes walking distance you have 4 metro lines.
Offering modern rooms with free WiFi and wired internet access, Ryumeikan Tokyo features a restaurant with panoramic city views. The hotel is just a 3-minute walk from Tokyo Station. The staff is quite helpful, facility is really neat and the location is great.
Boasting a fitness centre, THE BLOSSOM HIBIYA is situated in Tokyo in the Tokyo-to region, 300 metres from TKP Shinbashi Conference Centre and 300 metres from Steam Locomotive Square. You know you’re on to a good thing when the lobby is on the 18th floor!!
Marunouchi Hotel is a minute's walk from Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit and a 10-minute taxi ride from Tsukiji Fish Market. Ideally located just across from Tokyo station
Located just a 5-minute walk from the popular Ginza area, Daiichi Hotel Tokyo offers spacious modern rooms with free WiFi. Very Charming clean and super central
The park is nice to walk or jog around, but when it comes down to it, there is not much to see aside from a few walls. The palace grounds are only occasionally open to the public. I recommend skipping this unless you are in the area.
I followed free japan tour guide which available at 10am and 12noon. You need to be at kikyomon gate at 9am queuing as only 300 tourist can go each rour or in a day(i forgot about this). The tour was around 1 to 2 hours..walking around the garden n important building n tower in imperial palace.
Not worth visiting for too long. The part of the park that can be visited is nice (perhaps better in autumn), but not as scenic as some others in the city (like Rikugien or Hamarikyu). One cannot get too close to the actual buildings and the overall site is rather far stretched, so it takes a bit of time to see it. There are other sights offering more value for time (from my perspective), as for instance Meiji jingu.
There are 2 that we saw. The palace in Kyoto (the original) is all but closed. You can walk around the grounds and see the outsides of the buildings but that's it. Considering everything else we say this was a let down. The Tokyo palace is of course active so you can't actually get to the actual palace. Nice area, nice gardens, it's worth a walk around.
You can wander around the grounds for free and they are quite, quite beautiful. There is a small museum in the grounds and a shop too. The walls are impressive and the gardens are simply exquisite. Beautifully laid out with magnificent trees, planting and ponds. The only downside is that there is a lot of tarmac but that’s presumably because there is a high footfall.
The Gardens are beautiful and it's large so be prepared to walk for awhile and take your time. Be aware you have to get tickets in advance to the Palace, it's first come first serve and once the allotted amount of tickets are sold, that's it, they don't let anyone else in. You can get the info from the guard's gate. I never saw anything posted online or any mention of this on any blogs or vlogs. So we weren't able to see the inside of the Palace because we didn't have the tickets and we thought we could waltz in and pay for admission, but that wasn't the case. Next time I go back to Tokyo I'll make sure I see it.