As its name suggests, this hotel sits pretty right in the heart of Japanese political power, facing the National Diet building in Nagatacho. Such an enviable location brings with it quite a few benefits, including tranquil surroundings, supreme convenience and unique panoramic views of the capital. There's a fitness facility on the premises, but you can also easily step right out the door and start jogging around the Imperial Palace. Subscribing to a modern Japanese style, the main entrance and lobby area, designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma, is welcoming with its expansive eaves of natural wood and flowing water. The main lobby is adorned by ikebana floral arrangements of the Sogetsu school, with different displays for each month so that guests can enjoy the changes in seasons. The hotel has a total of 251 guest rooms (including 13 suites), all of which have at least 45 square metres of space and incorporate traditional Japanese architectural designs such as sliding doors and partitioning shoji paper screens, which allow for rearrangement when the occasion so requires.
|Venue name:||The Capitol Hotel Tokyu|
2-10-3 Nagatacho, Chiyoda-ku
|Transport:||Tameike-Sanno Station (Namboku, Ginza lines)|