Many of us dream of being the Prime Minister one day. Well, now you can be the Prime Minister(‘s neighbour)! Capitol Hotel Tokyu is situated in a political district surrounded by various embassies from all over the world. Not only is this location prestigious, but it is also convenient and in the heart of the city.
INGENIOUS ROOM ARRANGEMENT
This hotel in Tokyo has incorporated the traditional Japanese architectural style into all 251 of their guest rooms. “Shoji” paper screens and sliding partitions are artfully arranged into the interiors, making this refined Japanese atmosphere perfect for relaxing. At night, watch as Tokyo lights up from your room where you will have a panoramic view of the cityscape.
Choose to stay at the Capitol Suite for an exceptional Capitol Hotel Tokyu VIP experience. This signature suite boasts not only a living room, but also a dining room, a study, and a bed and bathroom. With wide windows lining the living room walls, you will get views of the Imperial Palace and Sky Tree. Laze around in your jacuzzi bathtub with sakura bath salts after a long day of shopping to enjoy tranquillity. As you lather yourself with amenities from the renowned French brand, Guerlain, tap your toes to the beat of the soft jazz playing in the background. Or if you prefer, the BOSE speakers provided in your room can also belt out a rock song.
After a restful night’s sleep on your feathery soft pillow in this Tokyo hotel, be sure to bring along your complimentary Handy mobile phone before heading to breakfast. This phone will allow you to make unlimited local calls and even international calls to Singapore and 5 other destinations. With this phone, you will also be able to browse the Internet and navigate yourself around the city with preloaded maps.
BEST OF JAPANESE CUISINE
At this luxury hotel in Japan, dining options are abundant. There are 5 dining rooms and one bar, each featuring a diverse menu that incorporates new trends. Suiren is the main dining room of this Japanese hotel and it specialises in Japanese cuisine. Whether you are in the mood for teppanyaki, sushi, tempura, shabu-shabu, sukiyaki, or Kaiseki, Suiren will be able to satisfy you.
Kaiseki is a traditional multi-course Japanese meal, that typically starts with an appetiser, sashimi, and soup. At Suiren, this is followed by a multitude of dishes guaranteed to fill you up – steamed dish, seasonal dish, grilled dish, vinegared dish, staple dish, and dessert. As only the freshest ingredients are used at Suiren, you can be assured that each dish will be worth the calories.
If that sounds too much to digest, especially if you are going straight to bed after, opt for something a little lighter. No Tokyo luxury hotel will be complete without a sushi counter. At Suiren, the pairing of seasonal fish and masterful skills of the chef will be something to look forward to. With its original method of seasoning the fish with several types of kombu (edible kelp), the flavours of the sushi will be accentuated.
Teppanyaki at Capitol Hotel Tokyu is also an option if you wish for a little entertainment while you dine. Watch carefully as the chef’s dynamic skills unfolds right before your eyes and he prepares to bring out the umami of your wagyu beef. Other than your marbled beef steak, you will also be served an assortment of seafood and vegetables, and to end the meal perfectly, a dessert.
You won’t have to wonder “where to stay in Tokyo” anymore as Capitol Hotel Tokyu will welcome you with their warm hospitality anytime. As the hotel is quite a distance away from both Narita and Haneda airports, you may like to book a private hire car. The Travel141 International Car Rental service will be launching soon, so do subscribe to our newsletter below in order to receive regular updates.
Address: 2-10-3, Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014
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