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All reviewsrose goldrooftop onsengreat location and friendly stafftop flooramenities providedminute walkreasonable sizeking bedwould highly recommend this hotelon arrivala great stayjapanese breakfastroom was spaciousmetro stationnarita airportsaunasofa
The hotel is an excellent location with a 3 minute walk from Roppongi Station. There’s a huge selection of restaurants and shops all around the hotel. We didn’t have the breakfast so can’t comment on that or use the spa facilities as we had children...More
Staying at the Candeo was a joy. The hotel is new, clean and pretty. The rooms are a bit small in that having two suitcases open took up most of the floor space, but that really isn't a problem when you have a large comfortable...More
Very disappointing. Travel with my family, 2 adults & 2 kids. No wardrobe, no space for the luggage and extremely disappointing service that I need to prepare the third bed as suggested by the hotel manager on my own. Dust found on the bench of...More
The location of the Hotel is in the midst of the most happening district in Tokyo, Roppongi hills. The rooms are good and the breakfast is sumptuous. The 16th floor offers a nice view of the Tokyo skyline and the famous TV tower. Ample amount...More
Our stay were short, 3 days to be exact but the amenities and room were bar none.
Hotel is located in a very popular district and travelling to nearby zones can be done with ease. Staffs are welcoming and professional.
Will definitely choose this place...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
Response from Julespoppy | Reviewed this property |
The metro is by far the cheapest option and it is just a short walk from Roppongi metro station to the hotel. You can get the Asakusa line from Narita airport and you change train once at Daimon station to the Oedo line and... More
The metro is by far the cheapest option and it is just a short walk from Roppongi metro station to the hotel. You can get the Asakusa line from Narita airport and you change train once at Daimon station to the Oedo line and you get off at Roppongi. At Narita airport you can buy a one trip ticket at the metro station, or buy a Pasmo or Suica card (which you put money on and let’s you travel on all the types of transport in Tokyo and other cities as well).