Park Hotel Tokyo

1-7-1 Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Shiodome Media Tower, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 105-7227, Japan
(4 star hotel)
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Best (5.0 out of 5.0) 8 reviews
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Great value for the East Yamanote

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 2, 2010

My current favorite hotel in Tokyo. I've had the pleasure of three visits so far. There is no better balance of value for cost out there. If the location suits your needs, then you must stay here. Truly one of the most comfortable beds I have slept in, in a hotel. Great selection of linens and toiletries. Attention to such seemingly minor, but important details are found throughout.

Unique Quality: Concern with detail throughout, from the service, to the lighting and furniture.

Directions: Shiodome, Shinbashi, Tokyo.

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Value for Money in Tokyo!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 5, 2008

This hotel was excellent an a great choice for us considering most hotels in Tokyo were just too expensive for us.It is a 4 star hotel however i believe it should be considered for a 5 star. Staff spoke great English. Room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was nice - we were lucky that it was included in the room rate otherwise it is too expensive. You have a choice of a Japanese style or western style breakfast. We took the Japanese breakfast one morning and it was beautiful. The only reason we took the western style breakfast every other morning was because of the coffee! Japanese breakfast, you had to pay for the coffee.

The hotel is very modern and unlike most modern hotels, it felt with warm and cosy.

The room itself wasn't as small as i thought! We were located on the train side but never heard the trains! We paid 200.00 aussie per night for this hotel and the service and room was definitely worth the money!

Unique Quality: There were so many great things about this hotel which included:

24 hour family mart downstairs.....that also sells wine, beer and mixed spirits.
the hotel starts from the 25th hotel so you are guaranteed a high view!
Heated toilet seat
huge range of toiletries!
Japanese style breakfast
2 stations within walking distance - jr and the metro
located in the futuristic Shiodome area....fine dining restaurants are plentiful
Mt Fuji can be seen from the lobby

Being so close to the Shimbashi station meant that we were 5 mins away from Tokyo station. Nearly all destinations are accessible from Tokyo station.

Directions: 10 min

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Wonderful people

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 20, 2007

I had a great experience at the Hotel, the interior and exterior design is striking, and the people at the Hotel is wonderful kindly. I also had a great food experience at the restaurant inside. The business office is free and useful with updated computer and fast Internet connection. Some times there are wonderful events in the lobby with cool live concert.

Unique Quality: The People there are outstanding!

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Superb Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 9, 2007

Excellent hotel ..I booked the premium room for the extra space which was money well spent,check in and check out slick,staff courteous and helpfull a great way to start and finish my stay in Tokyo..Booked the Airport Limosine bus service back to the airport through the hotel efficient service all in all very enjoyable.Go for a late drink at the Sky bars and restaraunts at the Dentsu building across from the hotel 46 floors up and killer views of the Tokyo bay area

Directions: Shio Dome media area

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Best place to stay

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 18, 2007

I have to say that choosing hotel in tokyo it's not that easy. The more does not means best choice. I strongly recommend this hotel although you could think this is a Ginza area. BUT after 6pm is so peace and quite. Access to Shimbasji station is a 5 minutes. Inside Shiodome Center is "Caretta" where you can eat the best japanese foood and try also bulgarian italian. Via de France - bakery kind connect you to Europe - this was our choice to eat breakfest outside hotel to safe 2300 YEN per one person. We spend DAILY for 2 persons 1900 YEN max including 2 sandwiches two cakes and 2 tea. Do not you think ? Great solution ! Definitely must try Tully's !!! this is better version of american Starbucks. Hotel worth its price,..really.
B2F floor this is a paradise for food !

Park Hotel Tokyo stands at the 25th floor of the "Shiodome Media Tower" at the corner of Media City Shiodome, the new center of business and culture. Park Hotel Tokyo is directly connected to Shiodome Station on the Toei Oedo subway line and Tokyo Waterfront New Transit Yurikamome, and is a short walk from the Shimbashi Station on the JR and subway lines.

Unique Quality: Great view, Ask for room on the same side as reception. We got a room on the 31th floor with tokyo tower view. Great concierge, staff lightly speaking english...but as at every hotel in japan warm toilet!!! ;-) If you forget your toothbrush you can find out at your bathroom.
Rooms are tiny...baths also -but who will spend more time in room than absolutely needed in tokyo ?

Directions: When you leave form shimbasi station please look up and see special kind of figures this is shiodome center

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Elegant, Quite, and contemporary Hotel In Tokyo

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 27, 2007

We've been fortunate to have the Park Hotel as our first "residence" In Tokyo, and it's been an extremely pleasant start.
The Staff will go out of it's way to make you feel comfortable and familiar with Tokyo, the area in general, or any other information you need.
The rooms are similar in size to other Japanese hotel (Small!), but are designed in a very clean and elegant manner.
The Hotel is between the 25th and 32nd floors of the Shiodome Media Tower in the Shiodome area.
There's in room high speed internet, and the shower again...small, but clean and nice.
There's a contemporary lounge and sitting area, and the breakfast is small and simple.
The hotel is in a business area with many high risers on top of each there are several nice restaurants. There are several coffee shops in the vicinity, Tully's being one.
Highly recommended!!

Unique Quality: - Contemporary and Quite.
- Located near the New Transit Yurikamome JR line
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'Designer' hotel and breakfast

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 14, 2007

I stayed here with my son for 7 nights. The staff, service and room were all very good. It is a very convenient location for a base for sight seeing as it is close to the metro and JR lines. It is also near to the Fish market and Ginza shops.
I would definately stay here again.

Unique Quality: Great views of Tokyo skyline and we even saw Mount Fuji on one day. Musical entertainment in the lobby/bar on most nights. Lovely breakfast but quite expensive if not in the price of your room.

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Simple with a Hint of Sophistication

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 14, 2006

The Park Hotel Tokyo is located in Shiodome near popular attractions which include Tsukiji Fish Market and the shopping district of Ginza. These are within walking distance from the hotel. Subway stations in the vicinty of the hotel include Shinbashi, Shiodome, and Ginza so it's quite easy to get from one place to another. The hotel lobby is uniquely found on the 25th floor, which on a clear day, offers a gorgeous view of Tokyo Tower. The staff members were very pleasant, speak English quite well and are helpful in suggesting places to eat, or how to get to a particular place you'd like to visit via the train or by just walking. The rooms are somewhat small in comparison to American standards, but since most of our time was spent exploring the city, the size of the room was fine for us. We had triple accommodations--2 twin beds and a pullout sofa sleeper, which I slept on and was comfortable. The only negative thing was the smell of smoke upon entering the room for the first time, probably from the previous guest. Luckily there was an air filter in the room and within a few days it went away. Other than that this is a great hotel.

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Park Hotel Tokyo

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Address: 1-7-1 Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Shiodome Media Tower, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 105-7227, Japan

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Amenities at Park Hotel Tokyo

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Suites
  • Shuttle Service
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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