The Hilltop Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Chiyoda, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The Hilltop Hotel is a charming hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a chapel. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Chiyoda. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid private parking available on-site.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Holy Resurrection Cathedral (0.2 mi) and Kanda Shrine (0.4 mi), guests of The Hilltop Hotel can easily experience some of Chiyoda's most well known attractions.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the sushi restaurants, including NINJA AKASAKA, Sushiko Honten, and Sushi Kanesaka, all of which are a short distance from The Hilltop Hotel.
If you are interested in exploring Chiyoda, check out a military museum, such as Yushukan.
Enjoy your stay in Chiyoda!
The hotel is very close to the station and you can see it when you go up the slope a little. The quiet entrance has a very calm atmosphere and elegant customers hang out. The furnishings in the room are also old and have a historical feel, but they seem to work. It's a good idea to stay overnight and try the famous tempura
Rooms are a bit old but very clean. Very good service and conveniently located. Walking distance to metro station. Option of Japanese and western breakfast. Definitely go for the Japanese, traditional and very tasty.
This hotel is 15 minute-walk from Tokyo Station and 20 minute-walk to Akihabara. Nice and cozy, great service and good breakfast with western or oriental options. It has kept it's original decoration which gives it a good atmosphere.
We stayed at Hilltop Hotel for one night only prior to flying out of Tokyo. If you google Hilltop you can read a little of its history but despite its age, everything was well-maintained and the exceptional service was of a level rarely seen in hotels nowadays. The staff were extremely accommodating, allowing us to check in earlier so we could enjoy one of our last days in Tokyo and delivering our luggage to our room in our absence. They also stored it for the day after we checked out which meant we could enjoy the day out without worrying about bag storage! Upon arrival we were shown to our room by a really lovely man (unfortunately we didn't catch his name but his service was exemplary) and asked if we would like to enjoy some traditional Japanese tea in our room. The tea was delivered shortly after with some Hilltop cakes which I think you can also purchase as a souvenir. Our room was tastefully decorated in an older style but everything was clean and the room had been modernised. Location wise, the hotel is situated close to the university, "Booktown" and an area filled with music shops. We also noted many shops specialising in snow and ski wear. Although the area is fairly quiet it is quite centrally located and we found many cheap restaurants for eating and drinking about 10-15 minutes walk away near Kanda station (the area is called “guard-shita and is under and around the station). After dinner I had a long bath in our room and relaxed in our Hilltop yukatas. I wish I had asked if we could buy one of these as they were really comfy! We chose the bed and breakfast option which meant we got the choice of a western or Japanese style breakfast in the morning served in a beautiful dining room. My only regrets of our stay were that we didn't get to try to Bar Non Non (which only seats 9 guests) as I was unwell with a head cold and that we only had one night. The bed was a little hard but the most comfortable of our trip to Japan. Overall, a really pleasing stay - thanks to the staff of Hilltop.…
We stayed in this hotel for 2 nights at the beginning of our trip. The location was fairly decent, not too far walk from the nearest train station (Ochanomizu) although as the name suggests it is at the top of a very steep hill so taking heavy cases was a challenge! The staff here were very helpful and lovely (as most of the people are in Japan). We stayed in a Japanese style room with tatami mats but a bed rather than futons. The room looked like a film set, really beautiful with an old writing desk. I did find the room to have an odd smell to it (there was an ashtray provided on the table) so I think it may have been stale smoke. I did get used to it eventually. As soon as we arrived we were served green tea and biscuits to the room which was a nice touch. The bathroom was dated and while not unclean it was a little aged. We didn't find there was much in the way of restaurants or nightlife around the hotel, so generally always took the train somewhere else. Nice stay for the 2 nights we were there, was lovely to stay in such an old building. Not sure I would stay again but that's down to the location and not the hotel itself.…