The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

2–10–3 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0014, Japan

The Capitol Hotel Tokyu is a magnificently modern Japanese design hotel that focuses on a high level of service. Throughout the hotel, art and design help evoke a sense of calm with wood and water features. Within the elaborately designed building, rooms are spacious, the fitness facilities luxurious, and the spa is divine. The centrally located property is also ideal for the traveler on the go as it’s next to a subway station and walking distance to many restaurants, bars, and attractions.

If you splurge for club level rooms, you’ll be treated to free breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and cocktail time from 5-7pm.


Large rooms have an array of Japanese touches like shoji screens and minimalist stylings. Depending on which side, the views are spectacular and complimentary amenities include Nespresso coffee makers, tea, and water.

All rooms come with Handy devices – an extremely helpful gadget that gives you free Wi-Fi and international calls anywhere in Tokyo.


Standard bathrooms have separate rain showers and soaking tubs, along with Toto automated toilets. Themae bath products can be found in regular rooms while club level is equipped with Guerlain. For long soaks, the hotel supplies Sakura Bath Salts to help ease aching muscles.


Sleek and modern, the Japanese design lobby has Instagram-worthy wooden sculptures and water features throughout. The lobby level also includes a lounge area, the all-day dining outlet, a Japanese restaurant, and a business center.

During mid-to-late-afternoons, you’ll often find a woman dressed in a beautiful kimono playing a koto in the lobby.


The beautifully designed 20-meter indoor lap pool has floor-to-ceiling windows that bring in loads of natural light and provide stunning views of the city. By the pool, you’ll also find a Jacuzzi with an open-air roof. There are saunas inside the locker rooms.


Carju Rajah runs the spa which is primarily for women as there are four female treatment rooms and only one male. Inside, there are a variety of treatments like massages, facials, and wraps.

While the spa is more female-centric, there is a barber shop in the hotel that focuses on men.


The mid-sized gym has Startrac and Life Fitness machines with great window views to help inspire workouts. Shoes, socks, and other workout gear is available for rent.

YOU SHOULD KNOW To use the locker room facilities, there’s a 2,160 Yen charge unless you’re a club level guest in which it’s free.


There are a few decent dining options in the hotel. Origami is their all-day dining spot and Star Hill is a Chinese restaurant open for lunch and dinner. The best option, however, is Suiren, a Japanese restaurant with kaiseki, sushi, tempura, teppanyaki, and shabu-shabu stations!


The Capitol Bar is a dark and brooding whiskey and cigar joint with a sporadic happy hour from 4-7pm.

YOU SHOULD KNOW There’s a cover charge of 570 Yen for all guests including club level.


Getting Around

You can walk to dozens of restaurants, bars, and attractions in this very central part of the city. Additionally, the Subway station is connected to the hotel so it’s simple to get around town.


Fans of the late, great director Akira Kurosawa might want to head to Nagatcho Kurosawa (2-minute walk), a themed restaurant named after the man and serving mouthwatering soba noodles. For French dining perfection, walk over to the ANA InterContinental and feast at Pierre Gagnaire (10-minute walk) a two Michelin star performance of food.


If you dine at Pierre Gagnaire, stick around the hotel for Da Vinci (10-minute walk) a dark whiskey and cigar bar. For an unlikely, yet surprisingly good combination, check out Champagne and Gyoza Bar (6-minute walk).


A design-lovers dream, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu gives guests a feast for the eyes with beautiful wood and water features throughout the hotel. Within the artful structure, there are solid restaurant options and lovely pool and fitness area for workout fans. Centrally located, the hotel is nearby incredible restaurants, bars, and attractions that can be reached on foot, but it’s also next to a subway station for further afield destinations.


238 rooms, 13 suites
Breakfast Yes
Lunch Yes
Dinner Yes
Bar Yes
Cafe Yes
Room Service 24/7
Gym, Pool
Parking Lot


Phones: 03-3503–0109

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