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Stayed at the Ana for 4 nights at the start of our stay in Japan! the hotel was very lively (we arrived on the 1st Jan). The room was lovely and the staff were fantastic! After a small misunderstanding (my fault) they organised hypoallergenic bedding, and even left a bottle of complementary wine for my husbands birthday! We got a room facing Tokyo tower- which we had requested on booking! The concierge was was very helpful and called our next hotel in Nikko! I would say check where the hotel is, it is closer to the Roppongi-itchome metro station! We forgot to check and it was quite a walk from Roppongi lol A lovely start to a fantastic holiday! We highly recommend using the suit case delivery service (a lot of hotels are part of this)- the luggage staff filled in the form and sorted everything for us- makes travelling so much easier and was about £11 to send one large suit case to our next hotel after Nikko.
"Affordable Five Star Tokyo Hotel Experience"
I have been to Tokyo a handful of times before but never on my own. So I wanted an affordable upscale experience with solid concierge support and this hotel delivered both. The room was comfortable, spacious, not huge, completely renovated with excellent furnishings and luxury bedding. I spent 10 days at the hotel and the enormous club lounge, well worth the cost, provided excellent full breakfast, pleasant staff and top notch concierge assistance. Head concierge Junko Kano helped me enormously, providing great suggestions for restaurants and places to visit. These were not just pulled out of a brochure but were personal suggestions based upon my preferences and her great personal knowledge of Tokyo.Her help definitely increased the value of my experience exponentially and I would recommend the same especially to any first time visitor to Tokyo. The hotel has a gym and sauna which is pleasant and sufficient but no pool or hot tubs. However, Kano-san directed me to a lovely Onsen type amusement facility in Tokyo, not far away, which more than made up for no pool at the hotel. Restaurants in the hotel are excellent but pricey, room service is actually more affordable. Did I mention that the cost of this hotel was very substantially less than other highly rated Tokyo hotels, so for the bang for the buck, it was definitely a good deal!
"Beautiful hotel - perfect location."
This property is brilliantly located and has wonderful onsite facilitie. With a two star Michalen restaurant, a fantastic Teppanyaki restaurant and a champagne bar with views to die for, this is only the start. The entry level rooms are fine but when we returned to the hotel after skiing, we enjoyed a junior suite and this was divine. There is a metro station next door with access to the Ginga line (shopping in two directions) and plenty of small local restaurants to walk out to if you want to venture beyond the restaurants in-house. Wonderful staff who understand service and guest satisfaction finish the picture. Spoil yourself. If the weather behaves you will be treated to a fabulous and clear view of Mt Fuji.
"Great hotel for business"
Great hotel for business and personal travel alike. Grand hotel with multiple top notch restaurants ranging from steakhouse to traditional Japanese cuisine. Small shops on the ground level incl. antiques, cigars, clothing, and delicacies. Few minutes walk to the subway as well as the Akasaka dining district. The top level Sky Bar offers perfect views of incredible Tokyo lights at night and as far as Mt. Fuji during the day. The jazz bar offers a great escape for a night cap. Defintely worth a stay when in Tokyo.
"Had a quite good stay, a bit lower than a solid 4 though"
Quick post-Christmas trip to Tokyo for some downtime. It was a good stay overall. My room was a Premiere King Room on the 31st floor with a view of the Tokyo Tower. Things I liked about my room/stay: -- the view of the Tokyo Tower was a plus and the hotel honored my preferences for rooms located on higher floors away from the elevators; -- the complimentary 2x bottled water per day; -- electric blinds and bedside control panel for lighting, etc.; -- bath had very, very strong (absolutely glorious) water pressure; -- the water heater just worked; -- this being Japan, the toilet had a built-in washlet (bidet) with the controls located on the wall beside the toilet; -- port hub (that's what I'm calling it) on the TV table featuring USB (powered and able to charge your device), AVI, HDMI and other connectors; -- desk level electrical outlets on the bedside tables; -- the expertly positioned pin light which ensured that a usable part of the bathroom mirror does not fog-up while you're taking a shower; -- complete toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, toothbrush, sewing kit, cotton buds, etc.); -- breakfast was great. Staff were international/multi-lingual (one was absolutely Filipino and another was likely Nordic) and quite efficient in getting diners seated quickly. Requests were also handled quickly. Food variety was great, from American to Continental to Chinese and Japanese breakfast staples. I loved the Museli and juices + the crispy bacon on offer. Things I didn't like, annoyances: -- Combination tub and shower. I think all Intercontinental Hotels should offer a separate bath and shower, even in the lowest room categories (and mine was only a step-below the Junior Suites). But if I can't have that, I'd rather have a stand-alone shower; -- the shower was a handheld unit. (I would rather have both a fixed and hand held hower.)The water pressure was so strong that the torque caused the shower head, if it was in its cradle/holder, to move towards the right (facing the wall), thereby somewhat negating the glorious pressure; -- the sink counter-top didn't exude an expensive feel (more like 3-1/2 star Holiday Inn); -- bathroom walls ring thin/hollow when you tap on them (a pet peeve of mine); -- at 28 sq. meters room size was on the small side; -- pillows sank way too low; -- interior design of the room was "ehh", not bad, mind you, but nothing stands out. Notes: -- unlike lower category rooms, my Premiere Room did not have those bolted on shampoo, conditioner dispensers (which I think should never make an appearance in a 4-5 star hotel); -- the in-room safe is built in to a cabinet located below the TV and opens from the top; -- WiFi worked. I got a little bit les than 20 mbps on download, if I recall correctly; -- mattress was firm but not overly so (the most firm I ever had was in a hotel in China) and I slept well enough; -- it was so cold outside at night (compared to the comparably comfortable 22-24C of my room that condensation formed on the inside of my room window; -- the toilet has a small LCD TV and remote; -- Premiere Rooms have Keurig single serve coffee makers and mugs; -- I also had a tea pot, tea cups and saucers on a bamboo mat, if you prefer tea; -- the hotel is close to a subway entrance/exit (Exit 13, Tameike-Sanno) but be aware that it's a long walk (about 300 meters) before you actually hit the first subway line. The hotel is right beside an elevated expressway. I did not explore the area opposite the elevated expressway or, for that matter, any of the immediately surrounding area. Hence, have no advice or inputs to offer on that.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM