The Tokyo Station Hotel

With over a hundred years of history, this fantastic hotel has become a landmark in Tokyo thanks to its location and its distinctive architecture. Tokyo Station was built in 1915 using a northern European Renaissance style that some rumor was designed after Amsterdam’s Central Station.

Walking through the inner halls of this grand hotel is an incredible experience in itself with impeccable decoration. But perhaps the most surprising fact is the peaceful and quiet atmosphere inside the hotel, even though it’s located right beside one of the world’s busiest train stations.

Tokyo Station’s convenient location makes for easy traveling, thanks to the incredibly efficient Japanese railway system. But the hotel is also well-situated near some of the city’s hottest districts, including the business center in Marunouchi district and the busy commercial streets of Ginza.

With 150 rooms and suites luxuriously furnished and decorated, Tokyo Station provides first-hand accommodation and hospitality in the heart of Tokyo. In addition to the elegant design, each room and suite makes use of modern technology, such as free Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations, and quality Simmons mattresses, to make the guests’ stay unforgettable

Tokyo Station is also a foodie’s dream come true, with every type of cuisine, like traditional Japanese, Northern Italian, and Cantonese, being represented in the hotel’s restaurants, and prepared by accomplished chefs such as Michelin 1-Star, Chef Ken Takase.

But for those interested in enjoying good drinks amongst friends, bars like the famous Bar Oak are the ideal spot where to relax, drink a smooth cocktail, like their signature “Tokyo Station,” and listen to soft lounge jazz.

Other details

Accommodation Type
  • Classic Rooms
  • Palace Side Rooms
  • Dome Side Rooms
  • Maisonette Suite
  • Maisonette
  • Royal Suite
  • Ambassador Suite
Restaurants & Bar
  • French Restaurant Blanc Rouge
  • The Lobby Lounge
  • Toraya Tokyo
  • Sushi Aoyagi
  • Yakitori Seo
  • Shichi Jyu Ni Kou
  • Cantonese “en” KEN TAKASE
  • Ristorante & Bar Enoteca Norio
  • Bar Oak
  • Bar & Café Camellia Tokyo
Event Venues
  • Houo
  • Youko
  • Kiri
Spa & Fitness
  • Spa Tokione
  • The Jexer Tokyo

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Contact Information

Phone: 81-3-5220-1111
Email: [email protected]
Address: 1-9-1 Marunouchi , Chiyoda, Tokyo, 100-0005, Japan