With a facade that follows the curve of the Tokyo Bay shoreline, the 16-story Nikko presents itself as an "urban resort" with European style. Dark-wood chairs and golden ornaments adorn the second-floor lobby, where large windows overlook the waterfront. The spacious rooms are decorated in pale yellow and beige textiles. They include a private balcony, and select suites have Jacuzzis. The Captain's Bar serves a large selection of whiskey and brandy. Access to the city
center from here is cumbersome, but a boardwalk connects the hotel to a small park, an amusement area, and shopping destinations.