I recently decided that I want to go to Tokyo in November for my birthday (present to myself). I intend to stay 7-8 nights with a day trip to Nikko. I'm then hoping to go to Kyoto and Osaka for a few days each before flying out of Osaka.
I am tossing up between Hotel Century Southern Tower and Hotel Ryumeikan. I realise that CST is in a more happening area, though despite being in my mid-20s, I'm not a huge nightlife person or big drinker. I may go out once or twice to bars at night.
My greater concern is having accommodation with convenient access to a hospital with an emergency department (in the unlucky event that I require medical attention). Though I'm fit to travel, my doctors always advise that in the event something happens, I should present to a hospital rather than a local doctor. I will be covered under the pre-existing medical condition of my travel insurance policy. Which one of these hotels would be better in regards to being close to a major hospital or are either good choices?
I have found a website where I can order a card in Japanese that states my medical condition, drug allergies and that I need a doctor.
Thanks in advance for your help!