Hotels in Tokyo
Hilton Tokyo Hotel
Hilton Tokyo Hotel
Hotel Guest Rating: 9.1/10
Tokyo 160 0023
Welcome to the Hilton Tokyo Hotel
Complimentary access to the indoor pool, sauna and fitness center are highlights for guests at the Hilton Tokyo Hotel, where proximity to the connected Tochomae subway station is also a bonus.
All 808 rooms at the 38-story Hilton Tokyo come with Wi-Fi access, flat-panel satellite TVs, MP3 and iPod docks, minibars, mini-fridges, hairdryers and coffeemakers. Non-smoking rooms can be requested. You'll find seven restaurants and bars on-site, and room service is available around the clock. Guests are treated to complimentary access to the indoor pool, sauna, 24-hour fitness center and rooftop tennis courts. Corporate guests make use of the hotel's business center and meeting facilities. Additional amenities include currency exchange, an ATM, shops, a salon and a barber. Pets are permitted. and shuttle service to the Shinjuku train station is free. Parking is available.
Overlooking the Shinjuku Central Park and the Shinjuku Skyscrapers, the Hilton Tokyo offers convenient access to all of Tokyo via the attached Tochomae subway station. Visitors stroll in Shinjuku Central Park, one block from the hotel. Business travelers are happy to know that the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and the Shinjuku Skyscraper District are both a 10-minute walk. Shinjuku Train Station is a 15-minute walk. The Meiji Shrine is one-and-a-half miles away. The Imperial Palace and Gardens are three miles. The hotel is 16 miles from Haneda Airport.
An "excellent staff" and convenient "access to shopping, restaurants, the subway and trains" keep Priceline guests happy at the Hilton Tokyo Hotel.
Hilton Tokyo Hotel Amenities
- Free Wi-Fi
- On-site Parking
- Private Parking
- Tennis Court
Hotel Guest Reviews of the Hilton Tokyo HotelOur hotel ratings and reviews are from real hotel guests. Priceline.com ensures that its reviews are guests-only by proactively sending hotel surveys to customers after they've completed their hotel stays. In the post-stay surveys, priceline.com hotel customers are asked a number of questions about their stay and the hotel. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best, the survey asks guests to rate their overall experience and specifically rate the hotel's cleanliness, staff and location. Priceline.com does not allow site visitors to post unsolicited hotel reviews.
November 26, 2013
Family Traveling with Young Children
There were very few rooms available in Tokyo for my last-minute booking and this was an executive room which was large and well appointed in traditional Japanese style, albeit expensive but a great price on priceline compared to the hotel website and another hotel booking website. The shower was large and the shower pressure was amazing - I realize water and bathing are important to the Japanese and it really was a Zen experience to have a shower there - no wimpy US 3 gpm showerheads here. Upon return from Kyoto, we again stayed at the Hilton, this time in a regular room and it was just a regular shower that was in the tub but the pressure was still excellent. The buffet was great, we had it twice - wide variety - great eggs made to order at the omelet station. We never normally get room service as we like to dine out but Jet-lag was rough and we add dinner twice in the room - surprisingly excellent - it comes up in heated cabinets and was well prepared, even Italian pasta - and we are foodies by nature and very discriminating. The wifi is not free but with a package with breakfast, it was about 10 dollars a day. It was quiet fast and I was able to stream my TV shows from home via my slingbox at full def without problems. There was free computer use with internet and access to a laser printer to print emails like boarding passes near the lobby. The hotel is on the quiet side of the Shinjuku station but if the weather is good, it's a short walk to the action, otherwise take advantage of the free Hilton shuttle that runs 3 times an hour to the station. As always in Japan, everyone was exceptionally polite and accommodating. ...
October 12, 2013
It was amazing to stay at Hilton Tokyo. I usually stay in hostel when I was student and thought traveling Japan is expensive. I can meet friends all over the world but it's temporary and bed is not comfortable. This trip I used "name on your price" and got a chance to stay Hilton Tokyo. It was so comfortable and traveling in Japan was somewhat different. Luxury and comfortable. I want to stay again! ...
September 28, 2013
Great location and service.
November 26, 2012
Staff is very friendly and very helpful. A great hotel to stay at for location and it's a Airport Limousine stop, which is very useful. Hotel kept my bags while I travelled within Japan for 4 days for free. Very useful! Bad is that the furniture in the rooms is a little outdated and there is no free wifi in the rooms. It's about 1250 Yen per day! Good restaurants on the premises but very expensive. ...
June 21, 2012
Family Traveling with Young Children
The Tokyo Hilton is centrally located in Shinjiku, near the Shinjiku Station which is great! Hotel staff were absolutely incredible. Polite, extremely helpful, sensitive to your needs and cultural differences. Lobby and rooms were impeccable! Room views were amazing! Highly recommend this hotel.
December 19, 2011
Family Traveling with Teens
Excellent staff, cleanliness, service and access to area shopping, restaurants, subway and train.
September 9, 2011
I would not recommend this hotel as a foreign traveler. Look for a hotel that offers free internet. Unless you think paying 11 dollars to use a computer for 30 minutes is a good deal.
February 25, 2011
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