This 1971 monolith benefits from a pleasant garden that gives it a sense of space that many Tokyo hotels lack. The hotel might look its age from the outside, and the decor is a mix of bland and garish, but there’s no faulting the facilities. Rooms are of a good size and kept bang up to date thanks to what appears to be a constant process of renovation and redecoration. The Shinagawa area hasn’t got much to recommend it, though it’s a short hop into the centre via the Yamanote line, and the bullet train line makes it a popular choice for business travellers. This is another of the hotels frequently used by travel companies for package tours and stopovers.
|Venue name:||Le Meridien Hotel Pacific Tokyo|
3-13-3 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Shinagawa station (Yamanote line), Takanawa exit.|