The Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo is a large, international-class hotel with good facilities and very reasonable mid-range rates. The location is not ideal but not too bad.
If you’re looking for a hotel with all the features (restaurants, gym, pool, etc) and don’t want to pay too much, then you might like the Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo is a good bet. Rates are firmly in the moderate range, sometimes even in the lower end of that bracket, making it a very good value.
The hotel is large and has a nice garden on the grounds and spacious common areas. There’s a pool but you’ll have to pay to enter unless you are in a higher class of room or a member of a loyalty program. There’s also a small gym.
Rooms are large for Tokyo and for this price class. They’re pretty typical international-style hotel rooms and they’re certainly comfortable enough. Some have decent views from the windows.
The location, in mostly residential Shirokanedai, is not the best. But, it’s a short walk to two subway stations that offer ready access to the city.
Considering the size of the rooms and the full facilities, and the very reasonable room rates, the Sheraton Miyako Tokyo is a very good value. Just be sure you understand that you’re going to have to travel a bit each day to explore the city.
Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo
1-1-50 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-8640
wifi and LAN cable access
Subway: 4-minute walk from exit 2 of Shirokanedai Station on the Tokyo Metro Namboku line, and Toei Mita line.
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