What is the appearance of the hotel? Check the entrance and reception
The hotel is located on the waterfront of Tokyo Bay, connected to the new transportation Yurikamome Odaiba Station.
In the basement of the hotel is a parking lot for 300 cars.
The hotel has an overwhelming presence.
If you get out of the Odaiba Station North Exit and look to your right, you can see Fuji TV.
A “Hilton” sign pointing left.
Follow the passage with a roof.
Trees planted in front of the hotel.
I was able to get to the hotel in one minute on foot.
The hotel smelled very nice. The lobby floor had a very high ceiling.
An all-day dining called “Seascape” at the back of the lobby.
From the large window of “Seascape,” dazzling light came in during the day, and after dusk you can see the night view of Tokyo.
There was a front desk at the back of the lobby and next to the lounge.
I could see the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower from the window behind the front desk.
Lobby floor elevator hall.
There is a small stool in the elevator.
Guest room floor elevator hall.
Guest room floor elevator.
There was a window by the elevators.
Guest room floor corridor.
What is the Executive Room like?
Guest room door.
A “do not disturb” sign and a “room service” sign.
A light switch and a key card holder.
There was a full-length mirror on the left, a cafe corner and a closet next to the bathroom.
Guest room had a calm atmosphere with a beige color, and I was able to spend a relaxing time in the room. In addition, there was a balcony, and I could enjoy a wonderful view of Tokyo Bay, mainly of Tokyo Tower, Rainbow Bridge and Sky Tree.
The bed is a 120cm wide double bed. There was an ottoman at the foot of the bed, so it was convenient to sit down.
There was a table between the beds with a telephone, lighting control panel, and two bottles of free water. In addition, there was an outlet and it was convenient to be able to charge my phone.
A flashlight in the bedside table drawer.
A TV and desk across the bed.
A DVD player under the TV.
Informations and a TV remote.
Bibles, invoices and a sewing set in the drawer.
A desk which is useful to work on.
There were telephone, memo set, outlets and a LAN port on the desk.
Two arm chairs and a table.
I was able to enjoy the view from the balcony.
I could see the Rainbow Bridge from my room.
Tokyo Tower beyond the Rainbow Bridge.
The city lit up was beautiful.
The Sky Tree on the riht.
The bathroom is on the left side of the room.
It was a Japanese style bathroom with a bathtub and a washing area.
The bathtub was very big and relaxing to lay in.
There was a white door next to the bathtub, and when I opened the door, I could enjoy a wonderful view of Tokyo Bay from the bathroom through the bedroom. I was able to spend a luxurious time.
The shower was a removable hand shower, and there was no problem with water pressure.
The sink seen from washing area.
The toilet is next to the sink. It has a Washlet function.
The sink was bright, has a big mirror and has enough space to put necessities on top.
Towels, bathrobes, and a hairdryer under the sink.
Amenities were also provided on the sink. Amenities include shampoo, conditioner, body soap, body lotion, toothbrush set, razor, shaving gel, shower cap, comb, cotton set, KOSE cleansing, lotion and an emulsion set.
Tissues, clock and hand towels were also prepared. In addition, there was an outlet, so I could use the dryer in the bathroom.
There was a hook to hang towels which was convenient.
A trash can.
Closet and safe
The closet was big enough with spare pillows inside.
Hangers, deodorant spray, clothes brush and an ironing set.
There were also slippers, shoe horn, nightwear and laundry bags in the drawer.
Mini bar and cafe
There was a counter next to the bathroom and a cafe corner on top of it.
A capsule coffee machine and two free bottles of water were also prepared here.
Three types of coffee capsules were prepared.
Cups, glasses, electric kettle and ice bucket.
There were drawers to the cabinet and a fridge inside.
There were soft drinks and beer prepared inside, but they cost money.
Restaurants in the hotel
I stayed in the Executive Room, so I was able to use the Executive Lounge on the 3rd floor.
The lounge also has a terrace where you can enjoy the view of Tokyo Bay up close. Thanks to the large windows, I could enjoy the skyscrapers and Rainbow Bridge from inside the room as well.
Breakfast is available from 6.30 am to 10 am (10:30 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays), afternoon tea from 2:30 pm to 5 pm, and cocktail time is available from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. I had breakfast here.
Breakfast was a buffet style with Japanese, Western and Chinese cuisine.
Although it is a foreign-affiliated hotel, Japanese food was abundant.
“Aqua City” near the hotel. There are many restaurants here.
Convenience store in Aqua City. There is no convenience store in the hotel, so if you need something you can buy it here.
Staff and guests
The staff were friendly and were very nice to my child.
There were many guests staying from overseas.
The city around the hotel.
Fuji TV is close to the hotel.
Service is good, rooms are clean and breakfast was delicious, so if you plan on staying in Odaiba, I think this is a hotel worth considering. Neighboring facilities and access is also excellent.