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Hotel New Otani Tokyo, The Main - Tokyo Hotels
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Hotel New Otani Tokyo, The Main

4-1 Kioi-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8578 - Map
"Nice old style western hotel"
I stayed in the New Otani Main which is the oldest of three hotels on the property. It is a older western style hotel with lots of shopping and restaurants within the hotel. The hotel staff were courteous and professional though I did not feel that the staff was up to the very high standard of other fine hotels I've stayed at in Tokyo (Capitol Hotel Tokyu, Imperial Hotel). Be aware that the restaurants in the hotel are pricy. The first night I went to the chinese restaurant which was mediocre and very overpriced. The second night I ate at the Sky restaurant which is the rotating restaurant on the top floor. Good quality food is served buffet style. I was a little disappointed with the views - this is really due to the location of the hotel, not the design of the restaurant. I had a chance to walk through the other hotels which are newer than the Main. There is a small but nice Japanese garden on the property. Overall, I felt that the hotel was a good value option at $280 USD.
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The Hotel New Otani Tokyo is located in the center of downtown Tokyo, with easy access to Ginza and Roppongi. A 5-minute walk …More

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    Posh hotels and a good selection of mid-range restaurants can be found in this area bordering Ginza’s northwest side. Sights in themselves, hotels include the New Otani complex, featuring a garden that was once owned by a Tokugawa regent, and ANA Hotel Tokyo, which has skyline views rivaling those of Tokyo Tower.

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