Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

26–1 Sakuragaoka-cho, Tokyo, 150-8512, Japan

Perched on a slope above Shibuya's chaos, the Cerulean Tower has a cavernous yet bustling lobby filled with plenty of attentive, English-speaking staffers. The tastefully designed rooms, softly decorated in a wash of neutral tones, are quite spacious for Tokyo and have views of Tokyo Tower and Mt. Fuji (if the weather cooperates). Some rooms include windows in the bathroom to allow for bath-time city gazing. Fans of the original Japanese Iron Chef TV show might want to dine at Szechwan Restaurant Chen, whose menu is directed by one of the show's combatants, Kenichi Chen. The branch of the famous Kanetanaka-so ryotei often features Japanese delicacies to match the season.

PROS

  • friendly, attentive service
  • great city views
  • convenient location

CONS

  • pricey rates
  • Shibuya is one of Tokyo's more crowded areas
  • building fronts a very busy street

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Business, Views
Lively
Central
Casual Chic

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 03-3476–3000

HOTEL DETAILS

402 rooms, 9 suites
Rate Includes: No meals

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