I was in Tokyo on business and although this is not a top of the range hotel, the rooms were spacious and clean. There are lots of places nearby to eat and an easy subway ride to harajuku shinjuku. The roller coaster etc were not in operation at the dome, but there was a great little supermarket under that laqua shopping area that had European bottled water etc for anyone who might be concerned about water quality. I came back to Tokyo a few days later and stayed in a more expensive hotel more centrally located, but I preferred the dome.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located at the very center of Tokyo, Tokyo Dome Hotel is an ideal base for business, leisure and sightseeing. Close to some of Tokyo’s most historic neighborhoods, the hotel is also ten minutes away by car or subway from the business and financial districts. Tokyo Dome Hotel tower at a height of 155 meters and includes 1,006 guest rooms, 11 restaurants & lounges, 18 small to large banquet rooms, a chapel and other wedding facilities, a business center, a child care room, and an outdoor pool (summer time only). The magnificent, unobstructed view from guest rooms on the south side encompasses the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Tower and Tokyo bay. The northern guest rooms have a panoramic view of the Kanto plain, including Tokyo Dome City below. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Tokyo Dome
- Tokyo Dome Bunkyo
- Tokyo Dome Hotel Japan