Okura is an incredibly large and prestigious hotel in Tokyo. We stayed in the South Wing and found the rooms to be traditional (personally not to my taste), but that said I got the feeling that they are maintained this way, rather than being tired and traditional....
We liked the fact that the curtains opened and closed from the comfort of our bed, that the wifi was good and complimentary water came daily and we could relax in our dressing gown and slippers (as well as the more traditional Japanese Kimono) whilst our laundry was done with the free tokens, but we were less enamored by the tacky Scottish bar, the constant hallways full of laundry carts and also having to register just to use the pool....
As one reviewer said, the Okura is just 'soulless in its vastness' and personally for me to return here I would like to see a bit of missing charm injected in to it.
**The hotel is accessible by Kamiyacho or Roppongi-itchome metro stations (both walking distance).**
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Japanese traditional design is carefully preserved, guest rooms ranging from standard to suites are available, providing an array of room choices each offering true relaxation. It is our hope that guests, greeted upon arrival in the room by a traditional folded paper crane, will enjoy a comfortable stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Okura Tokyo Hotel
- Okura Tokyo Minato
- Hotel Okura Tokyo Japan