What can I say. This is the best hotel I have every stayed in. You can do a lot of things within three blocks of the hotel and feel like you haven't seen everything there is to see there.
The price is a bit steep. 24,000 yen and up for a double room. That's around 230 US Bucks. Luckily I had the company paying for it at the time.
The rooms are amazing. You can get themed ones, I got a music theme. The bed was soft, the rooms quiet, and the service was unparalelled anywhere I have ever been!
I also had an amazing ten restaurants to chose from while I was there. My favorite was the Korean restaurant Bishamon. But there were a variety of places to eat. Including what could be the last Sizzler on the planet!
More importantly, it is the hotel from the movie Lost in Translation. So a few of the bars and hallways will look familiar to movie fans.
Unique Quality: There are a lot of unquie things about this hotel. It is 43 stories tall, making it one of the tallest buildings in all of Japan. The view is fabulous, especially at dusk when the city lights are on, and the sun is just settling below the sky and light is still creeping over the horizon. Amazing.
There are 10 restaurants, a child care facility,internet ready rooms, A/C, easy subway access, and one of the most comfortable beds I have ever slept in!
Plus, you can get themed rooms in music or sports themes! They are a bit more pricey, but if you are going to spend this much for a room, you might as well go full tilt anyway!
Directions: Right next to the Tokyo Dome
This hotel is in the north area, about 20 minutes walking from Akihabara.
Is nice and modern, we were in the 37th floor.
The elevator really destroy my ears because of the pressure.
Close to some of Tokyo's most historic neighborhoods, the Hotel is also ten minutes away by car or subway from the business and financial districts of Marunouchi and Otemachi.
Unique Quality: the view is extremely good, with a clear day, sure.
The magnificent, unobstructed view from the Tokyo Dome Hotel encompasses the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Bay to the south. The northern view gazes over a panorama of the Kanto plains including Tokyo Dome City below, the parks and greenery of the Ueno and Yanaka districts, and Mt. Tsukuba on the distant horizon.
Directions: Located at the very center of Tokyo's citywide JR Yamanote Line, the Tokyo Dome Hotel is an ideal base for business, leisure or sightseeing.
Most of the guests are English teachers and other people who are visiting Japan on a temporary basis and there are usually between 5 and 10 people staying in each house.
Unique Quality: The nice thing about this hotel is that it is located in what is called Tokyo Dome City. It has shops, restaurants, a small amusement park and the Tokyo Dome all within this area. It is especially a good location if you have kids. Baseball is the main theme around here because of the Dome where the Tokyo Yomiuri Giants and Nippon Ham Fighters play baseball.
Directions: 1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo 112-8562, Japan. Located north of the Imperial Palace. Can be reached by JR line at Suidobashi station.
I am looking for recommendations for a nice hotel for a reasonable rate with easy access to the Tokyo Dome or suggestions on where to stay in Tokyo. Thanks!
Tokyo Dome Hotel or Green Hotel, Suidobashi are on the same block as The Dome. I think they're about as reasonable as you'll find in Tokyo. The plus side of Tokyo Dome Hotel is that you get fabulous views.
Enjoy your stay and don't hesitate to write if you need more info.
David is right.
Tokyo Dome is very accessible from rail stations of JR Suidobashi, Eidan Metro Kourakuen and Toei Subway Kasuga. So you can also stay in more touristic areas like Shinjuku, Ginza or near Tokyo station.
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Address: 1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo, Tokyo Prefecture, 112-8562, Japan