1-8-1 Shimo Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan
23.4km from Haneda Airport
450m from JR Meguro Station
820m from Fudo-mae Station
"First impression of the hotel is amazing
1. Location: The hotel is located in Meguro district, very close to Meguro Station. It is convenient to get to Shibuya, Shinjuku, Daikanyama, Harajuku by a few subway stops. There is 711 and drug store near the hotel, which is very convenient. It's not far from Haneda Airport. It costs 8,000 yen by taxi, which takes about half an hour.
2. Hotel decoration: completely Japanese style, very delicate decoration. In particular, the public toilets on the ground floor of the hotel are like a gallery. The room was spacious and the bathroom was oversized. There is also a special cloakroom.
3. The service was good and the waiters were very patient and polite. At check-in at about 7pm, the front desk took us directly to the executive lounge on the top floor, while checking in, we enjoyed free afternoon tea ☕️ Macaron, plum wine, sake, and some other snacks, soft drinks . It only took a little longer to check in, it took about half an hour, but I was okay while waiting for food. Check out was fast.
Free wine tasting is available from 8 to 10 pm. Although there are not many types of breakfast, the taste is very good. The hotel has parking."
"Very good hotel, be sure to take part in the free hotel tour of the hotel! Visit temples and yoga classes, suitable for more than two days. Yoga class in ancient Japanese-style tatami ballroom. The fitness club upstairs for the swimming pool can work with locals, as well as artificial hot springs, bubble baths and saunas. The steaming of the room was useless.
The Japanese-style room is very good and eats at all times. Have wine at night
Downstairs Meguro is full of cherry trees. Six minutes to Meguro Station, there was a small Don Quixote. Bought contact lenses
Change the pillowcase quilt every day, white with creases.
Breakfast can see Mount Fuji
Very good experience next time"
"At check-in, it was crowded and immediately took me to the lounge. Check-in at the lounge took a while, but it was good because I was having afternoon tea.
The bell who guided me to the room also taught me how to use the room.
He explained the paintings on the floor, and I thought it was unique to Gajoen.
I was worried that there was hair and dust in the bathtub when I entered the room, but I was able to wash it off immediately.
So I solved it myself.
However, I thought it was not a luxury hotel.
I was a little worried that I couldn't carry my luggage to the entrance at check-out and there was no room service.
, Other services were so good and comfortable that I didn't really care."