The Westin Tokyo is a large international-class hotel with all the facilities you’d expect and spacious, comfortable rooms and reasonable rates for this class.
Located directly beside Ebisu Station, which is on the all-important JR Yamanote Line (the Tokyo Loop Line), The Westin Tokyo is a popular and well-run hotel with all the important features: gym, spa and several restaurants (no pool, though). It’s got a European-flavored design, which some might find pleasing.
Rooms are big for Tokyo and many have good views out over the city. The service is competent and staff try hard to please.
Ebisu is an interesting and hip neighborhood and there are tons of great restaurants, shops and cafes nearby. And, you’re steps away from the loop line that will whisk you all around the city.
Rates are much cheaper here than at the other major luxury brands in the city. So, all in all, The Westin Tokyo is a good value for a comfortable stay in Tokyo.
The Westin Tokyo
1-4-1 Mita, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 153-8580
wifi and LAN cable access
Train: 7-minute walk from the east exit of Ebisu Station on the JR Yamanote line.
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