Convenience is one reason to choose the Marunouchi Hotel, occupying the upper 11 floors of the Marunouchi Oazo Building and joining Tokyo Station via an underground walkway. Nice, too, are the views afforded of the downstairs garden and city lights from the guest rooms, which illuminate the interior's quiet neutral hues and high ceilings. The single and standard twin rooms are small but tastefully outfitted with the necessities of a business traveler. Among the dining selections are Daian Club, featuring tempura dishes, and the French restaurant pomme d' Adam, which specializes in dishes prepared with ingredients dictated by the season. If you need other options, a multitude of restaurants awaits at the nearby Shin-Marunouchi Building.