Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
21.4km from Haneda Airport
3.2km from JR Shimbashi Station
3.4km from JR Harajuku Station
"The hotel has a parking lot with a paid 6000 yen a day. There is no limit on the number of entrances and exits. You can drive directly to the entrance of the first floor of the hotel. There is a valet parking service. The time is 24 hours after the time you first stopped. Hours, if it is slightly more than it is necessary to add fees, it is quite expensive, please pay attention. The hotel is located in the mid-town of Roppongi, the high-end CBD is bustling, and there are many shops and restaurants around. The hotel is directly connected to the mall, so I basically don't eat the hotel's breakfast in Japan, because there are too many choices outside. This time I live on the 48th floor, the view is superb, and I can take a bird's eye view of Tokyo. After getting up in the morning, I went to the gym on the 46th floor. The gym provided towels, bananas and bottled water, and the equipment was also relatively high-end. Looking at the view from the window, the feeling of exercise is great. Hotel room facilities may look older than the newly opened five-star hotel in the country, but after all, it is the Ritz, not going to be bad. I am very satisfied with the attitude and quality of the service staff. I am very happy to help them make some reservations. I have almost never had my own luggage and like this service."
"The service was very good, the check-in encountered a little problem, and the solution was very satisfactory. B1 Unicom Food Street, convenient and delicious. The scenery is absolutely great! The scenery is absolutely great! There are Don Quix in the vicinity, there are 7-11. Take a taxi from Tokyo Station to the hotel for 2,200 yen. Take the subway to change trains in Shinjuku. After the rain, drive to the beautiful rainbow. Really happy! Will stay."
"The scenery is invincible, and the service is good. There are no shortcomings. Maybe the standard is improved by the good service hotel. It feels a little bit less in place, but overall it is very satisfactory. This is the most expensive place to live in Japan. A hotel, of course, is also because of the New Year's relationship. It was originally aimed at the landscape. Other small defects can be ignored. It's worth the price."