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All reviewsbusiness hotelluggage rackno english channelsyurakucho lineshort stayeasy access to the subwaycentral tokyoremote controlquiet locationbusiness districtlaundry roombic camerabars and restaurantscomfortable hotelwalking distancejapanese restaurantbreakfast buffet
This hotel is fine.
We had a very good view from our room over Tokyo and Chiyoda.
The rooms are clean, but a bit old. They should be refurbished soon.
You are in Japan, do not expect staff to speak much English.
Well this is twice we have stayed at this hotel and both ties the hotel is OK but going to repeat and add some things about this stay.
For those wanting a more indepth review see the one below from me on this hotel which...More
We spent five nights at the Toshi Center Hotel. Great Location with easy access to the Subway, restaurants, and shopping. The hotel is in a quiet neighborhood but very easy to get to other parts of the city. The room was spacious and the WiFi...More
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Great location opposite the new complex - Tokyo Garden Terrace. Surrounded by 4 conveniently located metro stations all within 5-7 minutes walk!
Clean, very quiet and comfortable. The stand out was the firm and ultra-comfy bed! All amenities are available on request. Only down side...More
The hotel is very nice. The staff are very friendly and always ready to assist.
If you are in Tokyo for a conference, the location of this hotel is very nice because there are many restaurants nearby as well as easy access to the subway...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
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There is a laundry room on one floor (I think it was 11) but the machines only take 100 ¥ coins. There is not a change machine so make sure you have plenty for what you need (200 ¥ for each cycle in washer or dryer). The... More
There is a laundry room on one floor (I think it was 11) but the machines only take 100 ¥ coins. There is not a change machine so make sure you have plenty for what you need (200 ¥ for each cycle in washer or dryer). The washer is the machine on bottom.