Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo Minato
Really amazing place. Wonderful breakfast, very quiet location. A few good restaurants nearby, most notably a Hungarian place, what a find! There is really nothing else around to see within walking distance aside from one shrine. There are however some nice small streets with cafes, nearly European feeling. There is a free shuttle which will bring you to a near train/subway station as well.
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It's a short enough trip, but for some reason coming from Shanghai I needed to transfer in Osaka. It wasn't a bad deal though, I got customs out of the way and ended up with two of the best in flight meals I've had in quite awhile. Kudos to All Nippon Airways, I'd recommend them.
I arrived at Haneda Airport, which is nearly in Tokyo. The …
... up two hours, and bizarrely, two train changes outside of Tokyo. It was a good night though.
Our first day was surprisingly straightforward. We had booked a capsule hotel right next to the station (well about half a mile away, but in Tokyo that's nothing) and managed to find it straight away! Once you get over the fact that you're only allowed to wear the hotel robes past reception and the shower is a big naked communal affair ...
... sat in at night several times, enjoying the warmth and watching the runners. But here I am near Ueno again, so I opted for Tokyo National Museum. The museum is huge. Cost is just ¥600, and then there are 3-4 (two are linked) big buildings to explore. They give the exhibits plenty of space to breathe, and the place has national finds from as far back as 10-6000bc, to give an idea of how life changed. The warrior era ...
... room and the waiters would emerge through the door with the next fancy plate of yumminess. The interesting textured noodles in the first course turned out to actually be jellyfish and next came various shellfish, clams and fishy dishes. It was more crazy tasty Japanese goodness and Tim and Nomie were very honoured to be a part of the party. Kuichi’s uncle was funny company and we came to the conclusion through discussions on food, service, snow and ...
... to offer. Instead we asked every person we came across "how was Roppongi?". This turned out to be a lot of fun and we concluded that Roppongi "ponged" real bad. Once again we were in bed at a decent hour after devouring room service and giggling at the fact that they had chicken nagets to offer and on the menu. We disagreed with the city that never sleeps and slept like logs. Goodnight Tokyo and thank you Roppongi! Sayonara! ...