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The RIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo, located on the edge of Okuma Garden in downtown Tokyo, is a luxurious and elegant retreat set in the centre of one of the world's busiest commercial capitals. Although our presence in Tokyo is recent, we have brought with us a legendary level of service and the experience of operating Osaka's premier hotel, The Royal, for over half a century.
This hotel is comfortable and has decent amenities. The gym was closed during our stay so that was a big of a let down. Breakfast buffet is the only meal I had at the hotel. The choices leaned more to asian tastes but was fine...More
Once upon a time this must have been one of the great hotels in Tokyo…it is still quite a hotel, although I agree with other reviewers that it could use some new breath blown into it….perhaps a coat of paint or so and some newer...More
This was a decent place to stay in Tokyo. We didn't have much choice as everything else was fully booked. The room was clean and had all the amenities you'd expect. It urgently needs an upgrade though because the decor feels very much 1980s. Also...More
I stayed at the Rihga Royal because I was attending a conference here; if I were booking my own accommodation in Tokyo I would not stay here.
The property itself is actually OK, but the details are a let-down:
- Gym access costs $30 and...More
Shinjuku is the commuting capital of Tokyo, and contains the busiest train station in the world. To the west, there's an office district with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office at its center. To the east, there’s a district with long-established department stores, cinemas and theaters. Shinjuku Gyoen is a park originally built as the garden for the Imperial Household. It is quite famous as a venue for
cherry-blossom viewing in March and April. In Shinjuku, many restaurants operate all night, and districts such as Omoide Yokocho (Memory Lane) or Shinjuku Golden Machi have back streets filled with tiny restaurants and bars that reflect each owner’s unique taste and style.
Response from Ernest M K | Reviewed this property |
I stayed there in May. The room will be very crowded with 4 people and the extra beds. I would suggest 2 rooms. A 17 year old is not considered a child by lodging companies.
Ernest M Kraus
Me and delCano Travel Consultants
Response from DavenShell | Reviewed this property |
Thorpedo, only just did this move on our recent trip. This hotel is great and very roomy, anyone living in Tokyo that visits your room will go WOW!!! Anyhow forget bags on subway. Especially after a flight and a possibly... More
Thorpedo, only just did this move on our recent trip. This hotel is great and very roomy, anyone living in Tokyo that visits your room will go WOW!!! Anyhow forget bags on subway. Especially after a flight and a possibly busy subway stop and later change to get to Waseda. Catch a 1000YEN shuttle bus from airport right outside customs exit to Tokyo Station (Train Station) and then get off and walk 10m to get a cab. The shuttle stops on the street outside so no escalators, lifts or confusing steps. Taxi will cost you about 30AUD not really much at all. Not very much to get you into room and you dont carry your bag once. Great shuttle and a bit snoozy after a flight. Upon arrival a cool looking porter will take your bags to room. Tip: check out view from world trade centre. An easy train right to it.