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InterContinental - ANA Tokyo

City Center, 3.14 mi

4.3/5

1-12-33 Akasaka

Minato-ku

Tokyo, 107-0052

Japan


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Front Desk:
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InterContinental Hotels Tokyo Bay

City Center, 4.7 mi

4.6/5

1-16-2 Kaigan

Minato-Ku

Tokyo, 105-8576

Japan


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Front Desk:
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4.6/5

26-32/F Shinagawa East One Tower

2-16-1 Konan

Tokyo, 108-8282

Japan


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4.5/5

1-1-1 Minatomirai

Nishi-Ku

Yokohama, 220-8522

Japan


Reservations:
1 888 IC HOTELS

Front Desk:
81-45-2232222

Visiting Tokyo – A City Guide

Tokyo is a historic and futuristic metropolis, sprawling inland from the Pacific Ocean and across the Kanto Plain. Neon-lit skyscrapers, tranquil Zen gardens, ultra-modern hotels and atmospheric Shinto shrines offer visitors endless variety and enduring mystery.

Tokyo: City Layout and Top Attractions

Modern Tokyo expands outward from historic Edo Castle, now occupied by Tokyo Imperial Palace. Many main attractions and hotels in Tokyo can be found in the central ward, Minato-ku. The Sumida River cuts through the oldest neighborhoods of Asakusa and Ueno, and the southeast limit of the city curves around Tokyo Bay, where Rainbow Bridge and man-made entertainment hub Odaiba Island light up the waterfront.

Iconic Mount Fuji can be seen on clear days from high-rise Tokyo hotels, and the observation decks at Tokyo Tower or Tokyo Skytree.

Buzzing nightlife attracts crowds to central Shinjuku, Roppongi and Shibuya, with its famously busy pedestrian crossing. Each district is packed with karaoke rooms, jazz bars, and nightclubs, sometimes in the same building.

Eating Out in Tokyo

Tokyo is a major foodie destination, with a sophisticated international dining scene and numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, including three Michelin-starred Quintessence, near Shinagawa Station. If you redeem your IHG® Reward Club points for a luxury stay at ANA InterContinental® Tokyo Hotel, you can treat yourself to dinner at two Michelin-starred Pierre Gagnaire. The premium-grade sushi and sashimi at world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market is near central Tokyo hotels.

Japanese food is the first choice for most visitors, and the city is packed with noodle shops, sushi bars and high-end kaiseki restaurants serving traditional multi-course meals. Akasaka is good for traditional restaurants, and Ginza has the highest concentration of stylish fine-dining venues.

Shopping in Tokyo

The best places to shop in Tokyo can be found in neighborhoods known for particular specialties. Akihabara is nicknamed Electric Town because of its electronics stores, and also revered for its comic book and video game culture. You can pick up international games, cameras and more at Yodobashi Camera.

Ginza, home to many Tokyo hotels, is known for luxury brands and designer boutiques. Nearby Nihonbashi is a historic merchant quarter, with older shops selling traditional Japanese sweets, teas and kimonos.

If you’re planning to visit Minato Mirai on Tokyo Bay, you’ll find hundreds of stores and restaurants that run the gamut from quirky to ultra-chic.  

Culture in Tokyo

Tokyo’s cultural scene was founded on traditional performance arts, which can still be seen at the Kabukiza Theater and National Noh Theater. Sumo wrestling remains vital to Japanese culture, and the best wrestlers go belly-to-belly during tournaments in January, May and September at Ryogoku Kokugikan arena.

The city is a world capital of contemporary art. Three separate galleries – the Mori Art Museum, Suntory Museum of Art and National Art Centre, Tokyo – form a central cluster known as Art Triangle Roppongi. There’s reduced-price entry if you visit more than one.

The Strings by InterContinental® Tokyo is a 15-minute drive from Zojoji, a stunning 16th-century Buddhist temple. 

Latest Tokyo Hotel Reviews


Great service
By Heyse
All the staff are very polite yet friendly, had a great time staying there. [Less]
Great location and great stay
By Alice27
Overall very satisfied! Came for a business trip but would definitely stay here for a future personal trip. [Less]
I’d stay here again
By Peach1212
I am a loyal IHG member and try to stick to its hotels. Strings didn’t disappoint. It was a new building, very safe, great neighborhood and location. And the staff are so amazing. Although there is [More] no pool, (my kids are bummed) but there’s lots of things to do around and the location is perfect to get anywhere in Tokyo. I searched on 3 IHG hotels in Tokyo and only one has a pool but older hotel. The rooms are big for Japan standard and has a great view of the city, I like their breakfast too. [Less]
Great Service
By chicken
Wonderful place to stay. Gracious staff, convenient location and exceptional breakfast service. Beautiful lobby and interior appointments. [Less]
Great Service
By SRM66
Easy location to get to Tokyo, calm, peaceful location. Easy shopping and dining [Less]
Surpassing the needs of guests
By BM120172
It is impossible to fault anything at the hotel during our 9 day stay - from the welcoming and efficient checkin to our early morning departure when we received a beautifully packed breakfast in an [More] attractive carry bag - and EVERYTHING in between. Every staff member we encountered and every experience could not be faulted. Arigatou [Less]
I love Japan , and love the Tokyo Bay Intercontinental
By staley
I applaud all of your friendly staff. You have a great hotel. [Less]
good value
By dwad11
Spacious, clean and good price for the value. Like many other Japanese hotels, the staffs are super friendly. It's not super close to metro but walkable. [Less]
A Local Japanese InterContinental Hotel
By Kuiliang
I’ve had stayed this hotel for 6 days. The overall experience and the service was exceptionally good. And the room was very quiet, the best sleeping quality InterContinental hotels so far. But the [More] room is small, I had to change the room once. And this hotel is more like a local Japanese hotel, which pro is you can experience the culture all around, but cons are some staffs can’t understand English properly, they need to improve their English skills and the hotel need to enrich the TV Channel more internationally. [Less]

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