Our stay was pleasant and issue-free. The location is great - just outside of Roppongi main district so close to the good stuff but remote enough to remain quiet and safe. Nice restaurants in the adjacent office complex. Very helpful staff.
I stayed on the Club Floor. The room was very comfortable. The Club Floor offers breakfast and evening cocktails. However, If you compare to Hyatt Regency in Shinjyuku, I think this location could improve a bit on the selection and execution of service. I thought Shinjyuku staff were more friendly. I used the Spa facilities and I could only secure 30 minutes spa appointment. They told me that the Spa facilities are offered to local member so it can get booked up so I would reserve spa appointment way ahead. Instead of subway, there is airport limousine service to and from the airport.
We stayed in 2 rooms over the course of 5 days. The staff were extremely attentive and helpful. The rooms (on the Panoramic level) were large, bright, clean, and comfortable. Free Wi-Fi was blazing fast. There were many restaurant options, some a bit overpriced and others very fairly priced. Speaking of price, our Expedia rate was a terrific value.
The location was terrific- we flew into Haneda and used the free hotel shuttle from Hamamatsucho. Subway station Akabanebashi was within 5 minutes, and Shiba Koen station just a little further. A walk to the JR Yamanote line's Hamamatsucho station (also Daimon subway and Haneda monorail) was more like 15 minutes.
We would absolutely stay at this hotel again.
If Tokyo had a Las Vegas, it would be located here. Birthplace of the city’s 1960s disco scene, this area fostered its reputation as the place to party with the more recent inclusion of restaurants, nightclubs, and other forms of entertainment, such as cabarets and hostess clubs. It is also the place to rub shoulders with Western musicians and celebrities.