Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
Saturday I woke up slightly later – at 3:30 am. Not great, but better than 2:30. Again, I was starving from skipping dinner, and slowly counting down the hours and minutes until 6:30, when breakfast would begin. After breakfast, I took a nap before heading out around 10 am. Almost nothing is open any earlier.
I took the subway for …
Friday morning, I woke up at 2:30 a.m. This is what happens when you go to sleep at 6:30! I waited, and waited, and waited until 6:30, when the hotel's breakfast would open. I hadn’t eaten in about 18 hours by this point, and was absolutely starving. After breakfast, a bus came to pick me up for my first Tokyo activity: a tour of the Tsukiji …
I arrived to Tokyo's Narita airport on Thursday afternoon, more than a full day (on the clock, at least) after leaving Austin Wednesday morning. Tokyo is 14 hours ahead of Austin, and we crossed the International Dateline on the 14-hour flight. I didn’t sleep at all on the flight, and was exhausted by the time we landed (2 am Austin time). …
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