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InterContinental - ANA Tokyo

City Center, 1.6 mi

4.3/5

1-12-33 Akasaka

Minato-ku

Tokyo, 107-0052

Japan


Reservations:
800 977 5435

Front Desk:
81-3-35051111

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InterContinental Hotels Tokyo Bay

City Center, 2.38 mi

4.6/5

1-16-2 Kaigan

Minato-Ku

Tokyo, 105-8576

Japan


Reservations:
800 977 5435

Front Desk:
81-3-54042222

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4.6/5

26-32/F Shinagawa East One Tower

2-16-1 Konan

Tokyo, 108-8282

Japan


Reservations:
800 977 5435

Front Desk:
81-3-57831111

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4.5/5

1-1-1 Minatomirai

Nishi-Ku

Yokohama, 220-8522

Japan


Reservations:
800 977 5435

Front Desk:
81-45-2232222

Introduction to Tokyo
Tokyo is one of the world’s great megacities, a historic and futuristic metropolis sprawling inland from the Pacific Ocean and across the Kanto Plain. Neon-lit skyscrapers, tranquil Zen gardens, theme parks and Shinto shrines provide endless mystery and variety.

Currency:
Japanese Yen (JPY)

Official language:
Japanese

Climate:
Warm, temperate and rainy. Jul–Sep average 26C; Dec–Feb average 6C; highest rainfall Jun & Sep

Religion:
Shinto and Buddhism

Getting around:
subway; waterbus; train; metered taxi

From Narita International Airport
: taxi to central Tokyo approx 60 minutes (75km); rail approx 50 minutes

Top things to see & do

Disney characters, baseball and Buddhist temples

  • Tokyo Skytree – visit the observation deck of the 634m-high tower for 360° city views
  • Sensō-ji Temple – explore the ancient, incense-filled Buddhist temple and its five-storey pagoda
  • Tokyo Imperial Palace – tour the immaculate grounds of the former Edo Castle
  • Tokyo National Museum – see huge collections of Japanese art, Buddhist statues and archaeological treasures
  • Shinjuku Gyoen – wander meandering paths in this huge park with landscaped gardens and springtime cherry blossoms
  • Meiji Jingu Stadium – join umbrella-waving fans of the Swallows baseball team at this buzzing sporting arena
  • Tokyo Disney Resort – meet Mickey, ride a mountain train and watch a nighttime parade at the immense theme park

Where to shop

Tempura trays, vintage clothes and traditional crafts

  • Chuo-dori – street in Ginza, near to Intercontinental The Strings Tokyo, with designer boutiques and luxury brands
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  • Kappabashi – area specialising in kitchen supplies, including chopsticks, tempura trays and chef’s knives
  • Akihabara – dubbed ‘Electric Town’, an area known for its many electronic stores
  • Shimokitazawa – lively neighbourhood with vintage clothes stores that attract hip young shoppers
  • Nakamise-dori – traditional shops near Sensō-ji temple with Japanese lacquerware and pottery

What to eat

Classic sushi and hearty chakonabe

  • Teppanyaki – meat or fish cooked on a hot iron griddle at Teppanyaki Takumi in the InterContinental Tokyo Bay
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  • Edomae tempura – seafood dipped in batter and fried in sesame oil
  • Sushi and sashimi – a Japanese classic, as served in the Akasaka district and the minimalist Sushi Kenzan at ANA InterContinental Tokyo
  • Chakonabe – a hearty stew of fish or chicken, popular with sumo wrestlers

Special events in Tokyo

Anime and cherry blossom celebrations

  • Cherry blossoms (Mar-Apr) – city-wide Hanami festivals celebrating the blooms of these delicate pink flowers
  • Tokyo International Film Festival (Oct-Nov) – new Japanese and Asian films at city-wide venues
  • AnimeJapan (Mar) – parades, talks and activities celebrating the anime world
  • Kanda Matsuri (May) – huge parade of portable shrines around the Kanda Myojin Shrine
  • Ikegami Honmonji Oeshiki (Oct) – annual memorial marking the death of Nichiren, an iconic Buddhist figure

Latest Tokyo Hotel Reviews


Excellent stay at The String Intercontinental
By Shyam Dhanuka
The hotel is very nice and comfy. Its nearness to the Shinagawa Train Station and central location makes it the most appealing. [Less]
Excellent hotel
By Ken537
I was so glad I stayed this hotel. The hotel staff was very helpful and kind. When I checked in, they gave me an early check in, and had me an upgrade the room as a platinum member. The access from [More] the train station was so close [Less]
Excellent Stay
By BigC310353
This was my first stay at The Strings and I will definitely be back. The close proximity to transit, shopping and dining is great. The hotel staff and management are very friendly, courteous and [More] professional, always willing to help. The hotel is immaculate and very well kept. Will be my go-to in the future. [Less]
Comfortable Bed and Good Food, But not so courteous staff
By ASINGHANIA
I stayed in this hotel as a part of business & leisure trip to Tokyo with my wife during the month of June 2018. Overall, the stay was good, but there are some pros and cons which i would like to be [More] noticed. Pros: Comfortable bed, Good food and restaurant, Location wise it is close/right next to Subway station, however, not right at the city centre. I was greeted on check-in by a member of the staff. Room size is reasonable for Tokyo standards. Cons: Staff are not at all polite : I came wearing my hotel slippers to the hotel reception at around mid-night to collect some food which i had got delivered, and the staff member rudely and loudly pointed out that these are room slippers and not to be worn anywhere else in the hotel (which was not told / mentioned anywhere in the room or at CheckIn). Further, it seems, that the staff really does not like bringing outside food/getting outside food delivered to the hotel, which i did not like, because we are vegetarians, and there were very less vegetarian options in the hotel menu that we order always from them. Location wise, it is not right at the city centre, and nearby buildings are all vacant, so it gets lonely at night/evenings. [Less]
Great service and stunning view
By Monmonmon
We love the view of Tokyo Bay and we can see rainbow bridge from our room. The service was excellent. They did everything to fulfill our needs during the trip. [Less]
Lovely Intercontinental Overlooking Tokyo Bay - Must Stay
By LO2014
This was our third time at this wonderful Intercontinental Hotel in Tokyo overlooking Tokyo Bay. We stayed 8 nights. From arrival to check in to check out, service was excellent especially provided [More] by the Front Office Manager and Asst. Manager. Bell staff were warm, friendly and very helpful. We had the opportunity to experience the Club Lounge and it was very nice especially the environment. The lounge staff especially the ladies were very friendly, accommodating and helpful. Breakfast was good and tasty but can be better if food choices can vary more from day-to-day. The hotel provides two excellent shuttle bus services to Shinagawa and Hamamasutcho Stations so it is very convenient. Buses run every 20 minutes. The rooms are big by Tokyo standards and comfortable. They also provide an excellent view of Tokyo Bay, Rainbow Bridge etc. This is a 4 Star Plus hotel that provides excellent value for money - Must Try! [Less]
Smoking
By KSK007
Our first stay here at ANA Intercontinental was supposed to be wonderful. They upgraded to executive room but we were not so impressed with the room. We came back to our room the second day and our [More] room smelled cigarettes We called the front desk to send someone to investigate the situation. The person told me he could not smell the cigarette so we asked to send Someone else. Duty manager came to investigate the smell but couldn't identify where the smell come from. They offered the air purifier to clear the smell. The next morning the room across the hallway was open and it did smell the cigarettes. It was horrible. They found e-cigarette and ash tray from that room They offered us to change the room. It was a nice room with Tokyo Tower view. We never thought we encountered this kind of experience at Intercontinental Hotel. The staff made it good but I have to say Intercontinental Yokyo Bay what a better room and service. [Less]
Great place
By joejuno
Great place to stay near governmental areas and Roppongi Pros: Friendly and knowledgeable staff 1 min walk to closest subway station entrance Akasaka with it's restaurants is about a 10 min walk [More] away Great buffet Cons: Rooms can be kind of small but that is normal for Japan. Lobby can be crowded during weekends during wedding season. Perfect if you like to see dressed up wedding parties though. [Less]
Excellent hotel in downtown Tokyo
By Procyon
From check-in, to room service, to check-out the staff at the Intercontinental are the real stand-outs. The facilities and rooms are in great working order and very clean. Beds are a little on the [More] firm side for me but are just fine for most. Room service deserves special mention for getting everything right. You want water without ice, 4 ketchup's, and one mustard...that is exactly what you will get. The room service delivery personnel are always fast, extremely friendly, and courteous. Internet speed is adequate for streaming video. Highly recommended. [Less]

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