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Ana Intercontinental Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan (NRT)

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WAS
Based on 2347 reviews
Ideally situated in the exclusive Ark Hills district, within walking distance of the Kasumigaseki central government offices, Akasaka and Roppongi.
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Ana Intercontinental Tokyo
1-12-33 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 1070052

Resort Details

Splendid night view from the 37th floor sky bar. Indulge in the private fitness center, ladies` aesthetic saloon or men`s sauna baths.

Pools & Spas

In summer, a refreshing outdoor pool is available.

Nearby

5 min. walk from Subway Tameiki Sanno Stn. of Ginza Line.


Based on 2347 reviews
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Submitted on 01-15-2017
Great hotel for business and personal travel alike. Grand hotel with multiple top notch restaurants ranging from steakhouse to traditional Japanese cuisine. Small shops on the ground level incl. antiques, cigars, clothing, and delicacies. Few minutes walk to the subway as well as the Akasaka dining district. The top level Sky Bar offers perfect views of incredible Tokyo lights at night and as far as Mt. Fuji during the day. The jazz bar offers a great escape for a night cap. Defintely worth a st... Read more
from Manila
Submitted on 01-14-2017
Quick post-Christmas trip to Tokyo for some downtime. It was a good stay overall. My room was a Premiere King Room on the 31st floor with a view of the Tokyo Tower. Things I liked about my room/stay: -- the view of the Tokyo Tower was a plus and the hotel honored my preferences for rooms located on higher floors away from the elevators; -- the complimentary 2x bottled water per day; -- electric blinds and bedside control panel for lighting, etc.; -- bath had very, very strong (absolutely glo... Read more
from Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted on 01-10-2017
We so enjoyed our stay at the hotel. The service was above and beyond. The food was fantastic and we absolutely love the accommodations. The hotel is very accommodating and helped us with many activities. With specially like the convenience of the hotel but more than anything, felt comfortable and safe. We cannot wait to return and to recommend to all of our friends and family. Thank you to such a wonderful staff for making our first day in Japan a wonderful memory.
from singapore
Submitted on 01-09-2017
Note that this is at roppongi-ichome, though seemingly near to roppongi but their train lines are separate. Dated hotel and the rooms are telling though generally well kept, toilet shows signs of wear and tear but still clean. Was a comfortable stay. Do pay Pierre Gagnaire's bakery a visit, and the restaurant itself if you can get a booking! Their shuttle to Haneda airport saved us alot of trouble lugging our luggages.
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 01-07-2017
we were in tokyo for a week on the new years and stayed here. rooms were clean and comfortable. easily accessible to metro/subway/taxi to get to roppongi,shibuya,shinjuku. straight bus from narita airport. decent breakfast. loved the music in lounge in the night. i did get to have a little conversation with couple of the front desk staff and they were very nice. thanks!
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 01-05-2017
Stayed here for 1 night in January 2017. The hotel is very high standing. The rooms are very spacious (esp for Tokyo standards), comfortable, and have great views. The breakfast buffet was excellent and there is even a 2-star Michelin restaurant on the top floor. The bar of the hotel is just amazing with great cocktails, cigars, and sweeping views of Tokyo. Perfect place to catch the sun setting over the city and over Mount Fuji!
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Submitted on 01-04-2017
Like any decades old hotels in the CBD of a major city, this hotel had a great location and staff, but the rooms and facilities were small and dated--especially the bathroom. However, the proximity to Roppongi was a plus with lots of places to eat and visit. However, there were not very many places to eat in the immediate vicinity of the hotel.
from Canberra, Australia
Submitted on 12-05-2016
This was my third stay at the ANA Intercontinental in Tokyo. I chose it because it is old school - a hotel with everything, that is oriented to foreign business travellers, and where everything works. Location is good US and Australian Embassies, government ministries and of course, firms in the adjacent Ark Hills complex. The big draw here for me is service -- it is genuinely friendly and really world-class. I booked a junior suite for 2 days of business meetings and was upgraded. I appreciat... Read more
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Submitted on 12-04-2016
Amazing hotel, staff are attentive. Yuko in the club lounge has gone above and beyond and her service is what you look for in great hotels such as the ANA. If you have club access I would suggest the chefs breakfast, it's yummy!
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 12-02-2016
Stayed here for 3 nights in November, had a pleasant stay. The rooms are a bit small but they did their best to accommodate special requests. The concierge staff was very helpful in getting us around Tokyo via the Subway. The hotel is super close to Roppongi and the variety of food, drinks, and entertainment.
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