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Ana Intercontinental Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan (NRT)

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WAS
Based on 2369 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 2369 reviews
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 02-09-2017
This was our fourth stay in Tokyo and wanted to stay in the Roppongi area this time. The Intercontinental fitted the bill. We opted for the executive lounge upgrade and were extremely happy. The service is top notch. The breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails were perfect Our initial room was noisy but they happily moved us to a room on the quieter side. The housekeeping was discrete. Can not fault this hotel.
from Hong Kong, China
Submitted on 02-05-2017
Location: right next to a Metro Station (direct line to Ueno, Ginza etc.); 10 to 15 minutes walking distance to Roppongi. A 24 hours small supermarket on the left, 2 convenience stores on the right. If you are willing to walk for 10 minutes, there is a local Japanese supermarket (24 hours) too. A French bakery with nice coffee at the lobby. Room: Reasonable size in Japan standard. Clean and comfortable. Service: Special thanks to Julian Cole - Lobby Manager and Obana - Concierge. Very wa... Read more
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Submitted on 02-04-2017
The hotel is ideally located close to the subway line and has spacious rooms with good views of the city. The staff and in particular the concierge are very helpful and informative and gave excellent restaurant recommendations. We had a great arrival experience and the service was very personalised.
from Melbourne
Submitted on 02-03-2017
Have stayed here several times while accompanying my husband on business trips. The hotel is well established and it must be said, furbishment could do with an update and is slightly dated, but a very sound choice for staying and an obvious favourite spot for business meetings in the several bars and restaurants. Staff are polite and helpful, check in and service is smooth. It always seems busy in the lobby, in a good way. It is certainly in a great location, close to Akasaka and Roppongi - c... Read more
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 02-02-2017
Spent about a week here and have to say this is an ok hotel. Rooms are decent in both size and ambience. Staff was friendly and helpful. Very long queue at check in and check out, with very confusing queues. Restaurant was quite good for bfast but way too pricey imho. Location wise, it's a short walk to the heart of Roppongi so it may be a good pick for ppl able to pay the price.
from Antwerp, Belgium
Submitted on 01-30-2017
It was a stay on points. The room was big enough but when entering the bathroom i was send back to the early 70's. A shower curtain and high end Sisheido shampoo in the cheapest dispencer you can find.Not 5 star at all. That said the hotel has very helpful staff and they speak fluent English.The hotel is located on the Ginza line so easy to get everywhere. You can buy a day pass for the metro with the conciërge. We both our breakfast at the pastrie shop.Realy good.
from Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
Submitted on 01-28-2017
The hotel staff was very welcoming. We were given early check in with out even asking them and were upgraded( I suppose a the room was fairly large) on arrival. What sets this hotel apart is the conceigre services, very proactive and helpful.
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 01-27-2017
Stay for a week for business. Will stay again. Highlights: 1. Room updated, modern and clean (but looking at the reviews, it looked like some rooms may be outdated 2. Very friendly front desk and fluent English. Did not even feel like i was in a foreign country. Very helpful with all the questions asked 3. Subway right by the hotel. You can pretty much get anywhere in Tokyo from there 4. 20 minutes walk to Ropongi hills. Enjoyed the walk every morning into the office. A little of different ... Read more
from Hong Kong, China
Submitted on 01-24-2017
Been staying at the ANA Intercontinental for almost 6 years on the trot. I have always been impressed with the level of service from the front counter staff, concierge, and bar/lounge servers. The Japanese restaurant (not the Teppanyaki place) is also good, but a bit expensive. Not that surprising given that it is a hotel restaurant in the nice part of town. The rooms, however, are getting dated. I have stayed in multiple room types and I must admit that as compared to other ICs that I have stay... Read more
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 01-22-2017
After changing to another hotel for when I am in Tokyo (I am generally there once a month), I tried the ANA Intercon again after a 12-month break and I am glad I did. The level of service is faultless and certainly world leading. They have taken feedback on board and you can see changes which is a sign of an exceptional 5 star hotel in my opinion. Rooms are very clean and the beds/pillows are incredibly comfortable. Food is very good along with many options available to you. Very good loca... Read more
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