Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo

The Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo, like many of the city's top hotels, is close to all of the action. In this case, the hotel is next to the Ikebukuro train station in the Marunouchi District, providing access to the attractions, cultural events, and commercial happenings that bring so many visitors to Tokyo.

When guests arrive at the Hotel Metropolitan in Ikebukuro, they'll receive a warm welcome as they step up to the counter. The staff at one of the city's luxury hotels specializes in providing the top level of hospitality from the first smile to the time the guest steps out the doors for the last time of this friendly, comfortable, and welcoming Marunouchi hotel.

Whether you've made reservations for one of the economy rooms, a suite, or something in between, you'll find a comfortable and elegant place to spend the quiet time on your vacation. The various sizes of rooms are equipped with high-speed Internet access, super fast and complimentary for all guests. Every one of the rooms, decorated with a contemporary flair and an abundance of natural light, features a TV with on-demand choices, bath amenities, and in-suite bathrooms. Nonsmoking and smoking rooms are available for guests of the Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo. Those staying in the smaller rooms can request an additional bed without paying the upcharge for a bigger room, and cribs are available upon request.

For a truly memorable stay, considering making reservations at the top floor of the Hotel Metropolitan in Ikebukuro. The Metropolitan Floor, the 24th floor, combines traditional Japanese decor with contemporary elements, mixing together to provide a luxurious yet comfortable place to spend your time. The views of the surrounding city and skyscrapers are simply breathtaking from the top of the Marunouchi hotel. In addition to the extra space, the bigger rooms add an array of extra amenities, including pajamas and robes, refrigerators, and tea service.

Along with a slate of guestrooms, the 24-story Hotel Metropolitan in Ikebukuro offers a wide range of things to do and guest services. The first floor of the hotel tower is equipped with salons, boutique shops, a drug store, and a business center. Guests over the age of 16 can pay a small fee to access the fitness center, and the parking also requires an additional price beyond the price of your reservations.

Several dining options are available at this hotel, whether you're grabbing a pastry and coffee on the go or lingering over a gourmet dinner after dark. The various restaurants serve cuisine from around the world, as local as Japanese sushi all the way to an American breakfast. Several spaces can accommodate catered special events and private functions. You'll also find a bar and lounge where the nightlife kicks into high gear at the end of the day.

Beyond the Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo is the city's main financial district and some of Japan's biggest banks. Hotel guests will also be close to the Imperial Palace and its surrounding gardens. With rail service readily available close to the Marunouchi hotel, almost anywhere in town can be reached without a large investment of time and energy. At the end of the day, you can return to your room at the Hotel Metropolitan and get some rest for the next day's adventures.

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