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"Great location for business at Big Site"
I like the hotel for it's easy access to Big Site as well for being in the center of the city rather than Daiba. The rooms are a little small for Western standards but what do you expect in Tokyo'! Professional services and reasonable breakfast. I have been there twice and will come again.
We stayed for 5 days from the 19th November in a corner room overlooking Tokyo Tower and Mt Fuji and views were awesome. We had meals in the French and Japanese restaurants at the Hotel which were both very good. Central location with easy access to subway system
"Great views and amazing staff"
We really enjoyed staying here. The staff was very helpful and amazingly polite. The view from the check in desk on a clear day is priceless with the Tokyo tower in the foreground and Mt Fuji in the background. The rooms are a bit tight, but as I have understood from reading other reviews of Tokyo, small rooms are par for the course. The bed was on the stiff side, It didn't bother me but someone in our group who was a side sleeper had a hard time sleeping. Also the pillows are on the thin side. It really only caught me off guard the first night. The firm bed and thin pillows could very well be the norm in Japan, without trying other hotels in the city I have nothing to compare them to. The location to Shimbashi station and the Shiodome line are super helpful, we took the Tokyo metro daily and were able to use the Asakusa line or the Ginza line. Overall, I would was very pleased and would certainly consider staying again. Oh! One other nice thing is, there is a Family Mart in the basement, so we would get bottles of water before we started everyday.
Alarm went off in the middle of the night and we can only hear the message in Japanese so we had no idea if it was real or not, other than that it was a pleasant 7 days stay. I would recommend the message to be in both Japanese and English, if possible.
"Good value, convenient location, nice staff"
The Park Hotel is tucked away a 5-10 minute walk from the Shimbashi station in Tokyo. (which is very convenient, since it's on the Yamanote line, which just about everywhere we wanted to go in Tokyo was on as well) Also conveniently, there's a raised walkway on the third floor of the building that brings you straight to the station, so you don't have to deal with stop lights or anything. The hotel starts at around the 25th floor of its building, and goes up from there. We got one of their rooms with a view of the Tokyo Tower, and the view was absolutely sensational. At night, the tower is lit up beautifully, and it's really nice to just sit there and admire the view. On one particularly clear morning, we could see Mt. Fuji in the distance as well! The room was on the smaller side, which we expected, but felt cozy instead of cramped. We still had enough space to move around, put our things, etc. The bathroom was nice, and had a great feature - a heated area on the mirror that wouldn't fog up when you take a shower. The bed was comfortable, if a bit firm. Breakfast was buffet style, and had both Japanese and western style food. The smoked salmon was fantastic, and the sausage stood out as well. There were also these little raisiny pastries that I loved. There are plenty of places in the area to get food if you don't want to eat at the hotel, but we enjoyed the breakfast so much that we ate there every morning. One night, we came back early and got room service - I ordered a bento-type meal. The food was absolutely beautifully presented - I almost didn't want to eat it (but am glad I did - because it was fantastic). We didn't deal with the staff too much, but the one time we had the concierge make a restaurant reservation for us was a great, smooth experience. Everyone else was very friendly in the limited interactions that we did have with them, and English was no problem. Overall, we were very happy staying here, especially for the price we paid.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM