Conveniently is located in the Tokyo Bay area in Odaiba, 20 minutes from Haneda International Airport, 15 minutes from the central business district and only a 7-minute walk from the beach. Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba is the ideal hotel for your business or leisure stay. You will be able to visit the most famous sights or the biggest Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center that are only minutes away from the hotel.
"Great Hotel, Great Stay"
Stayed here for two nights in March 2017 with one other family member. Had a room with two twin (double') beds. I don't think we paid for a nice view but got one anyways. At check-in they noticed we were celebrating a birthday and gave us a nice present. The room size is very generous when compared to the rest of Tokyo. I spent hours comparing room sizes and this hotel has about double the square meters of floor room when compared to other hotels. Found a very good price on booking dot com. Only 20-30 bucks more a night to stay here versus a business type hotel with small rooms. Didn't try the breakfast, so cant rate it. I heard many staff members speak English, so don't think that's a problem. Only negatives (which could be seen as normal/acceptable by others), were the amount of staff. Huge number of staff always in the lobby. Kinda feels weird with many eyes watching you as you walk in and out. However, they are there to help you if needed. Other negative, they help you with your luggage, and escort you to your room. This seemed to be the case with everyone. They take your luggage and give you a luggage tag, which I assumed meant that I would get it after check-in to take to my room. Nope. It was all loaded on a cart with someone ready to take me to my room. Great person, no complaints. Just an awkward what seemed like waiting for a tip at the end. Maybe they are used to getting tips from foreign guests, but having lived in Japan for many years I have never ever tipped for anything. It is custom to never tip, don't feel bad about it....maybe some of there staff is used to getting tips.
"A hotel with a grand view"
I stayed at this hotel which was not of my choosing as I primarily went here to attend a conference, so I wouldn't know how much the room rate was. In any case, this place would be suitable for those who are used to standard-sized western hotel rooms. As you may know, Japanese hotel rooms can be quite cramped but Grand Nikko's are comparable to international hotel chain rooms. The level of comfort is average, as my room mate and I could not sleep that soundly at night. For me the pillows are too soft that they practically flat out after lying your head for a few mins. That's my only gripe about the room. Otherwise the bathroom is fine. The breakfast fare seems to remain the same day after day, as I stayed there for 3 nights. Perhaps the redeeming thing about it is that on a clear day, you can get to see Mt. Fuji and the Rainbow Bridge while you eat. A Tokyo Metro station is right in front of the hotel, while a number of stores are nearby and reachable by foot.
"Great for exploring local neighborhoods & disney"
I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the room, the bathroom was very spacious too with a large bath and separate shower. The toiletries provided are all top notch (shiseido) and the hotel also provides traditional Japanese PJs and slippers while staying with them. Its right next to the Daiba station on the Yurikamome line and a great base from which to see Odaiba and the eastern parts of the city but travelling on this private line can be expensive when you're making several trips a day or purchasing tickets for a family and it also adds some additional time onto your journey. The hotel offers a complimentary bus transfer to/from Disneyland and its a short 20 minute ride - but you do need to prebook it via their website We stayed here two nights and then moved to another hotel in Shinjuku to save travel times to see other parts of the city We ate breakfast at Star Road (the top floor western/japanese buffet breakfast) and there are fabulous views of the city and Mount Fuji on a clear day, there breakfast was pretty good too however they are NOT at all able to cater for gluten free diets.
"rainbow bridge view!!"
Stayed in a room with a big king sized bed and gorgeous view of Rainbow bridge. The bathroom was so spacious and very efficient. Their breakfast buffet had variety of choices. We enjoyed the most was HAMAYU-the steak restaurant on the top floor. We loved it and actually went back to just Hamayu when we went back to Japan.
"Great place to kick off a Tokyo Visit"
Fantastic hotel with easy access to the Daiba Station for access to the Subway to see the Tokyo sights. Also took the complementary bus to Disneyland which was fantastic. Just make sure you book in advance so to not miss out.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM