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"A Little Far Away, But Still a Good Place to Stay"
Just spent three nights here. Lots of pluses and a couple of minus. First, there are great views from the rooms facing the Rainbow Bridge. Some of the rooms even have small balconies so you can step out and get a great view. We ate at the Sushi Counter (Bar) two nights. The quality and taste are amazing. The fish is so good it is almost buttery in the mouth. You are reluctant to even put any soy sauce on it - that's how good the fish is. The two Sushi chefs who served us, Takashi Hayashida and Akinobu Matsui are masters of their trade. Watching them prepare the sushi is a lot of fun. They both speak some English and are pleasant to speak with. The sushi is a little expensive, about 150 USD for two people with two glasses of fine. That was the price ala carte. They have a nine peice menu with dessert for about 85 USD per person without drinks. If you like good sushi, it is worth it. The buffet breakfast is very good. If you have allergies, you will appreciate the signs by most dishes notifying you of the allergens in each. This is important to my wife because she has Celiac disease. The Executive Lounge was even better for gluten intolerant people because there were many gluten free items to choose from. A couple of negatives. First, you are about 30 to 40 minutes by subway from the main part of Tokyo. But, the new subway line is basically right outside the door - two minutes. Given how much cheaper the rate was here than at the Tokyo Hilton or the Conrad, it is worth the time and 4 - 5 usd subway ride. Another negative is the service in the Executive Lounge. The first two nights were were there, it was very crowded. Many items were not replaced timely or at all. They were not good a clearing your used dishes. It maybe this was unusual, but it was a problem. The Lounge was also very noisy. There is a great view from the lounge and some outdoor seating for when it is less cold than in January. Despite the Executive Lounge issues, I gave the hotel a 5 for service because overall, it was very good. All told, it was a nice stay at a good price. I would definitely come back.
"Very good hotel but a little too far away from most of the main attractions"
Stayed here for 3 nights a couple of days ago and found the stay pretty enjoyable for the most part. The check in process was smooth, all the staff were very friendly and helpful. The room and bathroom were of a high quality standard and were very spacious. We managed to get a room that looks at the skyline of Tokyo which is just stunning, especially at night. The bed and mattress were of a great quality, and sleeping was definitely not a problem. One of the main issues I had of the hotel is that breakfast was chaotic in every morning we were there. I arrived for breakfast around 7:30, 8:00 and 8:30 for the 3 days and there was a large queue to get a table for each day. The breakfast selection was pretty good as you would expect from a Hilton hotel, but I've had better at other Hilton's across the world. However, the main problem of the hotel is that it is located at least 30-45mins away by public transport to most of the main attractions in Tokyo. So if you are looking to visit most of the attractions during your stay and you don't have a lot of time, then I would opt for a hotel a little closer to the centre. All in all, I would consider staying here again, but probably only for business purposes.
The usual hospitality was offered. We are very satisfied. The view from the room was perfect as I could see Tokyo Tower and Rainbow Bridge. The staff's response at the Executive Lounge was also very satisfying. However, I am disappointed at my stay. That is that the coffee at breakfast was not hot. I hope this will be improved.
"Excellent stay in Tokyo"
We stayed for a couple of nights at Hilton Tokyo Odaiba and we loved everything in the hotel. It is beautifully located by the bay, our rooms had a magnificent view of the river and famous Tokyo bridges. The station has a skywalk that connects you to the hotel. The rooms were big and comfortable and breakfast was excellent. The best we had in Japan. I simply loved the Japanese style restaurant. It was beautiful, every table was by the garden!
"Great Hotel, great for local attractions a bit too for central Tokyo ."
During the last 15 years I stayed in many different great hotels in Tokyo, mostly in Shinjuku and Ginza areas. Because hotels in Tokyo usually offer great service but rather high rates ,I tried my previously reccommended strategy I adopted in some of my stays in Europe choosing a hotel "in a somewhat less central location for a better value" to see if it worked in Tokyo. I thus tried the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba. First let analyze some of the hotel services : for me at least as an elite HHonors member I must say services were fabulous: great lounge servicesand food, short lines for most other services including breakfast in a very very busy season . Staff was well trained and helpful even with their not uncommon little knowledge of the english language.The hotel is roomy and bright and has beautiful views even though my personal and early request for a room facing the famous Rainbow Bridge was turned down by the hotel.Yet the lounge and restaurants have beautiful views of Tokyo and particularly of the Rainbow Bridge.Also, I could not get an English spoken traditional news TV channel. BBC news was dubbed in japanese, The hotel has a nice swimming pool and gym. Second and very important is the distance and access to Central Tokyo. Please note one will take around an extra 30 minutes and spend around 3 dollars each way per person to be able to be dropped off at the nearest subway and railway station from where you will start the journey to where you really want to go in Tokyo. Bottomline: great Hotel , but somewhat difficult to move around in Tokyo.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM