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Hotel Grand Pacific Le Daiba

Tokyo, Japan (NRT)

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Based on 2198 reviews
In the graceful serenity created by its European style, by looking at ever-changing views from the window, you gradually free yourself.
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Double 1 Single Bed

The Double Guestroom at the Hotel Grand Pacific Le Daiba offers one double bed and the following amenities:
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Refrigerator
  • Pillow Menu
  • Coffee/Tea Maker


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Twin 2 Single Beds

The Twin Guestroom at the Hotel Grand Pacific Le Daiba offers two twin beds and the following amenities:
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Refrigerator
  • Pillow Menu
  • Coffee/Tea Maker
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Twin 2 Single Beds

The Twin Guestroom at the Hotel Grand Pacific Le Daiba offers two twin beds and the following amenities:
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Refrigerator
  • Pillow Menu
  • Coffee/Tea Maker
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Hotel Grand Pacific Le Daiba
2-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 1358701


This Tokyo hotel is located on the Tokyo Bay. It is 5 km from the Imperial Palace and 6 km from central Tokyo. 

Why Stay Here

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Fitness Center
  • Pool
  • Room Service
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Restaurant

Resort Details

This hotel is situated in Odaiba, a vibrant, fashionable district surrounded by sea and sky, with an expansive view of downtown Tokyo. The beautiful Sky Lounge is located on the 30th floor for relaxation and enjoyment. Several restaurants are also included. All guest rooms are designed with bright colors, adding both calmness and warmness in the room. Also, modern furniture is used.  The hotel is only a 1 minute walk from Daiba Station of Yurikamome, connected to Daiba Station on monorail Yurikamome Line, making it easy to get anywhere in Tokyo. The Airport Limousine Bus is also available.

Accommodation Details

In the graceful serenity created by its European style, by looking at ever-changing views from the window, you gradually free yourself. Whether it\'s the comfort of being alone or the warmth of being together with a loved one, the room promises a relaxing interlude of highest quality. The beautiful Sky Lounge is located on the 30th floor for relaxation and enjoyment.

Restaurants, Lounges & Bars

The pleasure of relishing good food nourishes our five senses and enables a full appreciation of the exquisite harmony of taste, color, flavor, and texture from various ingredients. And coupled with their chefs` skills and commitment, your encounter with the culinary art becomes unforgettable.

Based on 2198 reviews
from Loughborough, United Kingdom
Submitted on 25-05-2016
This was two night stop after overnight flight from Heathrow, booked as part of SAGA holiday. The hotel is superb and Daiba is to be location for Summer Olympics 2020, and will be a good base for this. Superb facilities and very clean. Near to all amenities (shopping malls, rail station, bars and parks) Lovely
from Shah Alam, Malaysia
Submitted on 30-05-2016
The building seems very old from the outside but interiors are still well maintained. Big lobby big space, typical 5-star hotel. My room has a decent view of the sea and the city but nothing much fascinating. The room is quite spacious, clean and comfortable. The bathroom is the spotlight of the stay. They provide many things for person's daily use and i love their shampoos the most. They smell so good! Basically u don't have to bring anymore personal needs to this hotel. Shavers, toothbrush, ... Read more
from Essex, United Kingdom
Submitted on 01-06-2016
Fantastic hotel,excellent views overlooking the bay of Japan. Our breakfast was Excellent,plenty of variety. Staff were friendly and helpful. Situated in a great location with a beach area close by. A lovely start to our tour of Japan.
from Worcester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 02-06-2016
We stayed here for two weeks, which is never the best idea to stay that long in a hotel, but it was the only place we could find in Tokyo during Golden Week that had a family room. We were in Japan to visit family. Check-in was smooth and at that time very quiet. They had also upgraded us to a view of Rainbow Bridge, it seems they had put an extra bed in a normal double, which although made the room smaller it meant we had an amazing view for two weeks! Which was fantastic. Very pleased about t... Read more
Submitted on 22-06-2016
Great location for shopping or as a base for touring Lots of dining options in the immediate area Dining in the hotel is varied, but breakfast buffet is on the cool side Very capable and friendly staff offering fast efficient service Large rooms which are of a high standard
from Jakarta
Submitted on 26-06-2016
The hotel location was not central, but still around 20mins by subway to Tsukiji, 30mins by train to Ginza, not far from shibuya while disney was 30mins away with free shuttle bus. Malls were a plenty in walking distance, Toyota megaweb also 10mins walk while those looking for car parts could take 15mins train to super autobacs. Room size was great even for non-Japan standard, think close to 40sqm with big bathroom that had both bathtub and shower box. View was the bay, so pretty nice too. Roo... Read more
from Coolum Beach, Australia
Submitted on 27-06-2016
Excellent hotel, with great staff and very central to all the things that make Daiba area special. I was there for business, but will return with the kids. One and perhaps the only negative is the cost of food and beverages. Easily ducked by walking a few hundred meters away and going to the nearly hundreds (no joke!) of very nice restaurants and cafes that compete for your business in the shopping malls. Some of which at "Aqua City" have beautiful harbour views of the Rainbow Bridge etc. It w... Read more
from Seattle, Washington
Submitted on 29-06-2016
The room is spacious as Tokyo standard, and very nice view from the window. We stayed for holidays a year ago, and we are considering going back there again. A bit of outside of downtown Tokyo and no so many restaurants options outside of hotels.
from Atlanta, Georgia
Submitted on 30-06-2016
I truly enjoyed staying at Grand Pacific Le Daiba. The rooms were elegant, spacious and the toilets were an experience in themselves. Heated seats with warm temperature water at varying pressures. It's located on the entertainment island, replete with restaurants, malls and attractions. You must travel to the city center by train (20-30) minutes... perhaps the only downside of the location. Still, the staff was excellent, the food buffet was abundant and accommodating all palettes. I was very pl... Read more
from Tokyo
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Access is very convenient, directly connecting to the Daiba Station, Yurikamome Line. The room has not renovated yet. Since the room amenity is a lot, it is possible to cope with a sudden lodging.
from Jakarta
Submitted on 04-07-2016
nice and comfort hotel. sure will be back staying here. there are coins locker at the entrance hotel in case we need. the subway line is just about the door step. 24 hours convenient store and cafes at the site. hotel located opposite hilton obadai. got free shuttle bus to tokyo disney land
from Stockholm, Sweden
Submitted on 08-07-2016
We stayed for one night as a couple celebrating our anniversary. The hotel is very close to the Daiba station. You enter though another facility that has a bakery and a convenience store to get to the lobby. Check is was a smooth experience. We had previously paid for our reservation on The hotel has 6 elevators for its guests so no waiting for minutes at a time to get to your room. One of the English-speaking staff escorted us to our room and made sure everything was in order. T... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 10-07-2016
Stayed for 3 nights and had no complaints. Excellent location, we really loved this area. Room was spacious and comfortable and also quiet. All the staff that we came across were extremely polite and helpful and we had no difficulty with language. Only ate breakfast but there was plenty of choice and we never had to queue , even for the popular top floor restaurant. A range of good quality toiletries provided, plus kimonos and slippers and plenty of towels. Would definitely recommend and would n... Read more
from Pescara, Italy
Submitted on 11-07-2016
The grand nikko Hotel was our first stop in Tokyo and it was absolutely amazing. Where to start? Position. It's not centrally located, it's on the artificial Odaiba island, which is conveniently server by the People Mover Yurikamome that with a little over 300 yen takes you to Shimbashi in 15 minutes. The stop is right outside the hotel. Nearby there are a lot of malls that serve dinner until 11 (last order at 10) if you don't fancy going in the city centre. The hotel itself has its restaurant b... Read more
from Europe
Submitted on 11-07-2016
Location of this hotel is very convenient - next to (private) train station, several malls and Daiba area public beach. Quality of rooms and hotel public areas are ok although bit outdated. Hotel staff is friendly. However, please watch out for those hotel facilities of which many are provided by hotel tenants not by hotel itself. Hotel advertizes those facilities openly in their website however some of them might not be available at all and in those instances hotel staff does not take any respo... Read more
from Geneva, Switzerland
Submitted on 12-07-2016
Located on Odaiba. Very nice, big hotel. Pros: big rooms (we were 2 adults and a 15 year old) and we all had large beds; the bathroom is huge, excellent quality and quantity of amenities; large white fluffy towels; free shuttle bus service around Odaiba and to certain places in Tokyo)... Cons: were not given any info on the free shuttle buses upon check-in, we found out for ourselves almost on the last day; I am personally not a fan of the lobby which looks very badly laid out and almost a work... Read more
from Honolulu, Hawaii
Submitted on 14-07-2016
First time at this hotel, 4th time on Odaiba Island. Lots to do here on Odaiba, lots of shopping to eating and game centers. Even the Water Museum is here. This hotel is very nice and the staff really accommodating and friendly. My room is top notch and comfortable. I would definitely stay here again. My room through was $120 including tax a night. There is a 20 min city bus that pulls right up to the lobby and takes you straight to Shinagawa Eki for only ¥210 a faster and more con... Read more
from Australia
Submitted on 20-07-2016
Beautiful hotel with a metro stop out the front of the hotel. It is not on the JR line therefore the JR tourist ticket is not valid and you need to pay to get to a JR connector station. You can walk off the island via the rainbow bridge, or the hop on hop off bus stop is near by. If you do the bus tour the ticket is good for 24hrs so can save a metro fare to get off the island the next day. There is also a local Odaiba shuttle service to get off the island and it is a bit cheaper than the metro ... Read more
from Geneva, Switzerland
Submitted on 20-07-2016
stayed alone just one night for the convnience of meeting friends in Tokyo. It was OK, as only 15 minutes of Yurikamome monorail from Shimbashi. Maybe because of that distance less expensive thanthe hotels around Shimbashi, Shiodome of Ginza, I thought. But still it is a ittle bit AWAY from the city centre if tha is what you want. DeLux room was nice and comfortable, and clean. Nice walk (or runnng) path along the seeside (although there is construction for enhancing the shore, right now). ... Read more
from Copenhagen, Denmark
Submitted on 21-07-2016
The location is a BIG PLUS! Located right in front of Daiba station. Malls all over the surroundings. Plus the view of the Rainbow Bridge overlooking the hotel is just breathtaking each time. The hotel is a luxury itself. Food is great. Plenty of elevators so one wont wait too long. Staffs are as expected, polite, helpful and friendly. Definitely a hotel where I will come back for. Thanks!!
from Honolulu, Hawaii
Submitted on 23-07-2016
This is a great hotel to stay at if you want to rest in luxury and be near the center of Tokyo. Rooms (and baths) are big by Japanese stds. Finishes are high quality and the service is great. All the staff we met spoke English. Buffet breakfast is outstanding and offered on various floors: 30th floor has best view but is most crowded, 2nd floor view is ok but much quieter. Lots of kid entertainment in Daiba that is walking distance from hotel including Round 1 at Diver Mall which provides ... Read more
from Oxford, United Kingdom
Submitted on 26-07-2016
The hotel looks out of Tokyo Bay and has panoramic views over the City of Tokyo. The rooms are large and comfortable and offer the most amazing views. From our room on the 19th floor we looked out over the Rainbow Bridge, The Statue of Liberty and in the distance the Tokyo Tower. The service was as you would expect fast efficient and the staff were ever helpful and polite. We only had our Breakfast but they were excellent offering buffet with a wide choice of Japanese and worldwide food
from Labin, Croatia
Submitted on 05-08-2016
One of the hotels that does impress you first time. Coming to the hotel with the above ground rail is easy and convenient. Breakfast is served at two locations. We opted for the top floor with a city view. It gets crowded but view is nice. One of the better hotels during our stay in Japan.
from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
Submitted on 27-08-2016
Stayed 2 nights at start of Japan tour. Very comfortable and well equipped rooms and helpful staff. Breakfast was included in restaurant on top floor with amazing views of Tokyo Bay and Rainbow Bridge. Very well located with several large shopping malls, including earring places, within 5 minutes walk. These are necessary because the hotel restaurants were very expensive. Away from main Tokyo chaos in quiet Bay area with Metro station to connect to all main Tokyo lines and attractions immediat... Read more
from Quezon City, Philippines
Submitted on 31-08-2016
All moms need a holiday to sleep, see different perspective, take a breather to relax and recover. Enough to have energy to miss their family. Thankfully this was just the trip we got. The rates from trip was excellent. The rooms was enough for my sister and I. We got the most awesome view, staff speak great English because the area is the most touristy spot in Tokyo. Great location! Near the haneda airport. Only paid 520¥ for the bus straight to the hotel. Near the train, 3 big malls tax fre... Read more
Submitted on 01-09-2016
I am writing this while waiting in the lobby for our Airport Limousine bus back to Narita. We came to Japan to celebrate my husbands birthday and upon landing at Narita we were impressed by everyone's compassion and eagerness to help. The staff at Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba made us feel welcome and comfortable. We do not speak Japanese and never felt that it was a barrier, as everyone is so happy to accommodate and assist. I would recommend renting a wifi router from the airport and installing g... Read more
from Singapore
Submitted on 04-09-2016
Was there on business trip. Surprised at the room size .. Bigger than a usual Tokyo hotel room. Very near to train station but far from the central shopping belt like Shinjuku and Ginza. However there are big shopping complex with outlets like uniqlo which is within walking distance from hotel.
from Shanghai, China
Submitted on 15-09-2016
When check-in, the receptionist let me show my credit card and told me this is just for a guarantee and I needn't pay now. But after copying my passport, she asked me if I can pay now. I guess intially she din't find I am a chinese because I was speaking in English but later she found I am a chinese so asked me pay now. This is not a good way to welcome people and show how unprofessional she is and how poor the hotel is.
from Tamuning, Guam
Submitted on 25-09-2016
I have stayed here many times the last time was last week September 18th. I think the values was better when they were called grand Pacific La Daiba, but it is still a very luxury hotel with nice amenities and very close to shopping and the Yurikumomi monorail.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 29-09-2016
This hotel was chosen for us by Gate One travel who organized entire trip to Japan. Service staff is very friendly and helpful. Room was comfortable, clean and with nice view. Hotel located in beautiful neighborhood which looks safe and pleasant for walking from early morning to late evening. You may find nearby multiple restaurants in Aqua City including some very exotic. I am not saying that you will like their food for sure. When you take breakfast on hotel's 30th floor which was prearranged... Read more
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 30-09-2016
This hotel looks like those grand old five star hotels in Australia. In corridors and rooms, furnishing is luxurious, but old and tired. Rooms are really big, even by Australia standard. It is situated right next to the Odaiba light rail station, with the much more expensive Hilton on the other side of the station. We stayed on level 19, with beautiful view of Tokyo Bay.
from Philippines
Submitted on 02-10-2016
I like staying in this hotel when I go to Tokyo especially when I take the kids with me. This hotel is situated in Odaiba. The rooms are huge and comfortable. The design is a bit old fashioned but location wise it is very convenient. Breakfast in this hotel is good. Shops and restaurants are nearby. The hotel also offers shuttle to disneyland. Suitable for families.
from danbenjoseph
Submitted on 04-10-2016
Stayed here five nights during a convention. The hotel is a true five star property. Great ;lobby and restaurants. The room is large and have nice views. The bathroom is very large and mine had a window with views. Fantastic amenities in the room including all the bathroom amenities and kits. Great beds. Service at front desk and concierge are top. The hotel is located about 15 minutes from Ginza by the monorail and thus very accessible to the entire city. Highly recommended.
from Bowen Island, Canada
Submitted on 06-10-2016
We stayed at the Grand Nikko for 2 nights after a cruise from Vancouver to Tokyo. The location is awesome... connected to a train station that took us so easily to virtually anywhere in Tokyo. The room was extremely comfortable. Large bathroom with separate tub and shower plus those fascinating electric/water based toilet seats! I am allergic to feathers so a housekeeper came to the room, stripped the bed and totally remade it with non-allergic materials. There was a festival on the grounds ... Read more
Submitted on 06-10-2016
Wonderful hotel and staff. Local train on the doorstep, and minutes walk for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Views are some of the best in Tokyo! Convenient bus transfer to Narita airport is available. Will stay here again, we loved it here!
from Cary, North Carolina
Submitted on 10-10-2016
The hotel is lovely, location great for views snd short walks. Right nearby is Statue of Liberty replica as well as GW bridge replica. There is convenience store right on premises. Train station is right there, as well as 4 shopping centers. Beds are comfy as is the room. Restaurants on hand with buffet that is western and Japanese. All is very nice. Staff is outstanding - so pleasant and available. Breakfast view is super, can't stop photographing.
from Manila, Philippines
Submitted on 12-10-2016
Stayed here for the 2nd time already. The place was still called Grand Pacific Le Daiba.They have a free shuttle to Disney which is very convenient. There is also a convenience store nearby which serves hot food, pasta, sandwiches - an good option to have especially for late night cravings. The hotel is close to malls and attractions such as Legoland, Sega Joypolis and Diver City. The bathroom amenities were superb. Shiseido facial kits were also replenished everyday. As in everything in Japan,... Read more
Submitted on 12-10-2016
The hotel is so big and so central to everything! Daiba is definitely a place in Tokyo if you plan to go shopping with the beautiful views, great scenery and who could not notice the rainbow bridge with the sea with sand you can visits underneath. All this at such a short distant and not to mention apparently it's the place to go to if you are a Pokemon fan ???! Ok let's be more precise... you are basically 3 steps away from 3 of the biggest shopping centres that are TAX FREE. After you have ... Read more
from Saint Simons Island, Georgia
Submitted on 12-10-2016
We stayed at this property for 3 nights as our base camp to explore Tokyo. I reserved about 8 month ahead of our planned visit and received an unbelievably good rate. The hotel is situated away from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo and guarantees a good nights sleep. It takes about 30 to 40 min to reach all major sites by public transportation. The monorail stop is adjacent to the property. The rooms and bathrooms have recently been renovated and are very clean. Super hot water and great water pre... Read more
from Prague, Czech Republic
Submitted on 14-10-2016
We come to this hotel regularly. Very good location on the Odaiba island, next to two large department stores with lots of restaurants, right on the Yurikamome monorail station, great views from higher floors. Service is also very good and even the cheaper rooms reasonable size by Japanese standars. However, the dirty carpets in the rooms are an eyesore not commensurate with this standard of hotel. Now that it has been take over by the Nikko brand (formerly it was Grand pacific), it is high tim... Read more
from Caistor, United Kingdom
Submitted on 15-10-2016
What a great hotel, with an even greater location. It is walking distance to two very large shopping malls, and even closer to the JR train system which is easy to understand and use. We bought tickets at the station and did our own thing in Tokyo, no problems at all. Large well appointed rooms, comfy beds and a good breakfast.
from Stafford, Virginia
Submitted on 15-10-2016
Wonderful three day stay in Tokyo on our way to Okinawa, Taipei, Shanghai, & Hong Kong via Celebrity Millennium Cruise Line. Hotel Grand Nikko in downtown Tokyo was outstanding. A1 accommodation with excellent hotel staff, management, and all the amenities an American traveler could possibly expect. We highly recommend staying here. Close to everything a Tokyo tourist could envision. Next step - we are off to Mount Fuji in the morning. More later.
from Standish, United Kingdom
Submitted on 16-10-2016
Enjoyed three days pre cruise. Very good hotel, staff were very helpful, very easy access to railway station and easy to use. Very nice room and delicious breakfast. Two large shopping malls within walking distance, both had food halls, so very convenient for dinner and not expensive.
Submitted on 16-10-2016
Stayed here for 2 days whilst attending a concert at Zepp Tokyo. Efficient check in, room was fine. Only found one western channel (CNN News) but didn't spend much time in the room anyway. Excellent hotel, great location and also very easy to get to and from Haneda Airport on the limousine service.
from Chertsey, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-10-2016
Enjoyed a 3 night stay at this hotel before a cruise from Yokohama.This hotel was our first and lasting impression of Japan. It is beyond any criticism,It was immaculately clean,superb bedrooms with first class bathrooms. Breakfast was a mixture of Japanese and Western foods to suit every guest.Plentiful and extremely varied. There is a 24 hour shop within the confines of the hotel where food for picnic lunches etc can be purchased as well as very good Japanese whisky.General food prices in Japa... Read more
Submitted on 18-10-2016
This hotel is booked for me to attend Film market, it's super close to where the event was, right at the bottom floor, easy and comfortable. Room and service were great. Food also. Subway is also in front of one of the hotel's exit.