Just stayed here for a few days and thoroughly enjoyed my stayed. I had stayed a few years ago and it did not disappoint. The area where the hotel is located is somewhat quiet compared to many other parts of Tokyo but I find that to be part of its charm and appeal. It's easy to get to the busy parts of town without having to stay in them. That said, the hotel has good access to public transportation. The JR Yamanote line is a few blocks away (Hamamatsucho Station) as is the Tokyo Metro (Daimon Station). Addtionally, the hotel is connected by a bride to the Yurikamome monorail line (Takeshiba Station). If you fly to Haneda instead of Narita, the monorail from the airport drops off at the Hamamatsucho station where most others would transfer but you just need to walk a few blocks.
The rooms are very spacious by any standard and certainly over-sized relative to most rooms in Japan. If you get a bay view, it's spectacular with a view of Odaiba and the Rainbow Bridge. Service is quiet and understated but always prompt and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You can practically feel the heartbeat of the city from the impressive InterContinental Tokyo Bay. Convenient for business or pleasure travel, the hotel puts you in easy reach of business, shopping and entertainment centres including the World Trade Center Tokyo, Shiodome and Ginza. The Imperial Palace and Shiki Theatre provide tastes of culture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental Tokyo Bay
- Intercontinental Hotel Minato
- InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay Japan