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Reserved 3 rooms under active duty. Two standard queen with akeeeoer couch and one family room with two connecting rooms (one queen the other two double) skeptics our family of 9. 4 adults and 5 kids!!!
It's a fair hotel. Expect small rooms as is standard in Tokyo, and difficulty making reservations. The rates are reasonable and the staff professional. It's a nice place to stay if you can book in. It's not a good place to consider at the last...More
Price was $75 a night for a couple. Excellent restaurants (at least 4) on the premises. Navy Exchanges store and mini Class VI store on site. Large banquet hall for Sunday brunch. Excellent security. Friendly and helpful staff arranged a Tokyo City tour for us....More
We booked a night at the New Sanno so we could attend a Dining Out they were hosting. I thought it would be less drama to ride an elevator to the lobby in my dress uniform than to attempt transit...I was wrong.
My first hint...More
This is an excellent hotel conveniently located in the heart of Tokyo for U.S Military, Retired Military, and US government employees. The rooms are reasonable priced and comfortable. The hotel staff are very helpful in making the most out of your day in the city....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.
Response from Arvilla F | Reviewed this property |
I would just call the New Sanno and ask. I would think, though, since they are often booked up 3-4 months in advance for just regular seasonal travelers, that it would probably be wise to book at least 12-18 months in... More
I would just call the New Sanno and ask. I would think, though, since they are often booked up 3-4 months in advance for just regular seasonal travelers, that it would probably be wise to book at least 12-18 months in advance. Hope this helps.