I stayed on the Club Floor. The room was very comfortable. The Club Floor offers breakfast and evening cocktails. However, If you compare to Hyatt Regency in Shinjyuku, I think this location could improve a bit on the selection and execution of service. I thought Shinjyuku staff were more friendly. I used the Spa facilities and I could only secure 30 minutes spa appointment. They told me that the Spa facilities are offered to local member so it can get booked up so I would reserve spa appointment way ahead. Instead of subway, there is airport limousine service to and from the airport.
Traveller from Miami, FL
Located in Roppongi, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Tower, and Mori Art Museum. Tokyo …More
Elegant ambience with modern comfort. The room is spacious for Asian standard. The bathroom is spacious. There are a bathtub and a shower. The decor is elegant. The room is clean and well-stocked. Only shortcoming is that our room does not have in-room massage as advertised by Expedia.
Traveller from Vancouver, Canada
Located in Ark Hills, a modern business hub, this high-rise hotel is 1 block from Suntory Hall and the Mori Building. Tokyo …More
The hotel is situated in Roppongi area, which is a plus since it is near the business district of Tokyo. The check-in procedure was fast and efficient. The room itself was alright. As with most non-five-stars hotel, it was not spacious, but could still very well accommodate my stay. The room was clean and had a lingering scent of cigarette smoke, but that's because it's a Smoking Room. The bed was comfortable. The room came with breakfast, which is served just in front of the reception desk. The breakfast was another okay. Not much choice, but the taste wasn't bland. The reception staff was also helpful. I needed to keep some of my things at the hotel after I checked out and they coordinated accordingly.
Traveller from Kuala Lumpur
Located in Roppongi, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Suntory Hall, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Midtown. Mori Art Museum …More
If Tokyo had a Las Vegas, it would be located here. Birthplace of the city’s 1960s disco scene, this area fostered its reputation as the place to party with the more recent inclusion of restaurants, nightclubs, and other forms of entertainment, such as cabarets and hostess clubs. It is also the place to rub shoulders with Western musicians and celebrities.