Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTokyu Stay Aoyama Premier Minato
This hotel was conviently located close to the apartment of our daughter. The room was great with a beautiful view from the 25th floor over the city. On a good day one could even see Mount Fuji.
The room was clean, equipped with all necesities (as everywhere in Japan), free Wifi. The breakfast room was on the first floor with a nice an quiet buffet, with many selections of different dishes.
The people were very helpful to organise a taxi very early in the morning 04:00 indicating the additional cost for ordering by radio.
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