A Relaxing 2BR Design Home in Otemachi
Price range: from $300 USD per night
Welcome home to your new luxury 2 bedroom home. Perfect for families or long term business stay, this apartment is in a brand new building that was completed in late 2017. The home is thoughtfully designed with the traveller in mind and can comfortably fit 3 to 4 people. Please have a look below for specific details, specifications and amenities offered in this home.
The space includes:
- * 55 square meters of living space (approx. 595 sq ft)
- * Bright cozy space with large floor to ceiling windows
- * Tokyo city views
- * SIMMONS brand double sized bed in master bedroom (140x200)
- * SIMMONS brand single sized bed in 2nd bedroom (98x200)
- * Deep sofa in Living Room (90x200)
- * 40" SHARP LED TV with basic Japanese cable (NHK, TBS, etc.)
- * Googl Chromecast to stream all your favorites (YouTube, Netflix, etc.)
- * DYSON hot/cool system
- * Basic toiletries (body wash, shampoo, conditioner, towels)
- * Toilet with bidet washlet function
- * Hairdryer
- * Deep soaking bath tub
- * Washing Machine
- * Dryer Room
- * Iron and Ironing Board
- * In room high speed internet (WIFI)
- * Generous closet & drawer space
- * Kitchen with stove, refrigerator
- * Fish Griller
- * Dishwasher
- * Microwave, Toaster Oven, Rice Cooker, Kettle
- * Basic kitchen cookware and utensils for light cooking
- * Compact dining table for 2
- * Compact balcony seating for 1 or 2
- Please note that the building is located in a very quiet and safe neighborhood. For security reasons, you will need your room key to open and access the front gate at all times.
- Ōtemachi (大手町) is a district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. It is located north of Tokyo Station and Marunouchi, east of the Imperial Palace, west of Nihonbashi and south of Kanda. It is the location of the former site of the village of Shibazaki, the most ancient part of Tokyo. Ōtemachi is known as a center of Japanese journalism, housing the main offices of three of the "big five" newspapers as well as being a key financial center and headquarters for large Japanese corporations. It is also the location of the Japan Postal Museum. Within a 5 minute walk you are exposed to some great local Japanese cuisine. Walk a bit further within 10 minutes and you will reach the Kanda area which has plenty of restaurants, pubs, karaoke bars and local Japanese business people.
- 1 min walk to theconvenience store
- 5 min walk to the supermarket
- 7 min walk to Otemachi Station
- 7 min walk to Kanda JR Station
- 1 min train ride to Tokyo Station
- 4 min train ride to Ginza Station
- 15 min train ride to Ueno Station
- 17 min train ride to Shibuya Station
- 20 min train ride to Shinjuku Station
- 40 min train ride to Haneda International Airport
- 60 min train ride to Narita International Airport
- Please note that children above the age of 5 will be considered an additional occupancy and will be charged accordingly.
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IntheHood lives up to their words, 'thoughtfully-designed with avid travelers in mind.' My time in the city was easily complete with just a small briefcase; thanks to their extensive apartment amenities and remote concierge which connected me to the best neighborhoods of Tokyo.
Staying at their place was such an amazing way to experience Tokyo. I felt like a local with the ease that was afforded to me by intheHood. You can really tell that the people behind the concept cared about about every detail, down to the arts that hung behind the bed. I would recommend this space to anyone - young or old, professional or amateur traveler.
It's new, super clean, very spacious, and has everything we needed for a comfortable life in Tokyo - from fully equipped kitchen, washing machine (with laundry detergent etc.) to a comfortable bath tub (especially helpful after a long day of walking around in Tokyo).
Above and beyond the unit itself, intheHood provided a variety of suggestions on things to check out in the neighborhood, and periodically hosted events that were great ways to meet fellow travelers and learn about the area.