Really wonderful hotel. Fantastic service from the staff. We were booked on a club floor and as I say the staff were great. The room was massive with duel views of Tokyo Bay and the Tokyo Tower centered in the other. Huge beds, could ask for more.
"GREAT LOCATION AND VIEW"
we had a great view of the bay and city from the twenty first floor, the club level is the most generous i have been to, the staff are fantastic from the cleaners, concierge, to the waiters all know great service and they do it so well. we would highly reccommend this hotel to anyone. train stations right next door very handy. only let down was the fitness centre it was only a couple of walking machines no weights pretty poor.
"Excellent Location with a great view"
We arrived just before Christmas in Tokyo and the place was beautifully decorated. Check in was speedy, and staff was friendly. As part of the Ambassador program I was upgraded to a corner room with view of the City and partial view of the Rainbow Bridge. The room was spacious enough for a family of three, as I have a young child with me. A little disappointed, as my brother was also travelling with me was upgraded with a better and bigger room. But I guess you can't win them all. There's the complimentary arrival fruit and chocolate which is a nice touch after a long flight. Location wise, it's still some distance to the nearest train station. It's quite a bit of a walk with young children in tow, especially during Winter.It's a good 10-12 minutes walk, which feels much longer with young ones! There's a small conbini nearby which is useful to grab any essentials and snacks. Service wise, can't fault anything. Room is clean, and staff are always friendly and helpful.
"LOCATION, LOCATION AND A FANTASTIC VIEW."
I got used to this hotel and this is my third stay, while I visit Tokyo. As a Platinum Ambassador member, usually I get a very nice upgrade. This time was the same, but a bit lower (no massage chair, neither Nespresso Machine that I do love). Great neighborhood and atmosphere. Good shuttle service. Do recommend the hotel.
"New Pier Takeshibo Experience"
If you want to experience a less hectic high tech Tokyo, the Intercontinental Tokyo Bay is a perfect choice. On the newly developed New Pier Takeshibo, you can walk directly from the hotel to the pier and take a lovely walk through the tree filled park or just sit on a bench overlooking the inlet piers and the Rainbow bridge - especially peacefully beautiful at night. If you are looking for a walkable alternative to the overpriced hotel restaurants, the New Pier building has several restaurants - we recommend taking the escalator to the 3rd floor (located between the 2nd floor convenience store and the coffee shop) where you will find a lovely small quiet wood boothed restaurant with amazing Japanese cuisine served on rustic hand-thrown pottery dishes. No English, but English menu and gracious friendly service. Our hotel room #1125 overlooked the piers and we watched the ships loading cargo at night from our window. You can catch a ferry from the piers for a day trip to Izu and/or Ogasawara islands or take a short cab ride to the Tsukiji Fish Market at dawn to watch the tuna come in then have sushi breakfast at one of the many restaurants in the market - or just go any time of day for the "scene". The rooms are comfortably appointed with lovely amenities, high quality bed linens and large bathrooms with both a shower and soaking tub and of course the heated toilet seat with bidet options that seem to be a Tokyo hotel signature. We would definitely go back to this hotel for more than one night next time we visit Tokyo.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 12:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM