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Tokyo Dome Hotel

1–3–61 Koraku, Tokyo, 112-8562, Japan

If you’re looking for endless entertainment with your hotel stay, than you can’t do much better than the Tokyo Dome Hotel. Overlooking Tokyo Dome City (home to the Yomiuri Giants baseball team), the hotel gets a front row seat to baseball games, an amusement park, a bowling alley, a roller-skating rink, and even a space museum! Inside, guests will find 43 floors of spacious hotel rooms, numerous bars and restaurants, and a world class spa.

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Rooms are decently sized, if not a little drab. Worn, patterned carpets give way to simple ottomans, work desks and wooden furnishings that lack any specific style. Complimentary coffee, tea, and water is also standard.

Definitely request a higher room on the south side of the hotel as the views of Mt. Fuji are epic.

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You’ll find nondescript porcelain countertops and shower/tub combos in standard rooms. Lixil toilets can also be found with its array of behind-cleaning buttons.

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The polished lobby has remarkably high ceilings and gives off a cavernous feeling. There are some food outlets and direct connections to the Tokyo Dome City amusements. You’re not really hanging out here.


One of the rare hotels in Tokyo with an outdoor pool, The Garden Pool is a white-tiled oasis – but it’s only open in the summer.


There’s no spa inside the hotel itself, but SpaLaQua in Tokyo Dome City has natural hot springs, every kind of massage treatment imaginable, and even relaxation rooms with personal TV monitors in comfy chairs.

YOU SHOULD KNOW The spa has some strict rules. You can’t come in if you have tattoos. There are no bathing suits allowed. And strictly no electronic devices – we’re looking at you Instagram influencers.


There’s a wide variety of restaurants here including multiple Japanese outlets. If you really want to class it up, you can hit the Sizzler Steakhouse (oof). Don’t limit yourself to the hotel, Tokyo Dome City has 70 restaurants, cafes, and bars.


You have a couple of drinking options in the hotel, but your best bet is to head up the top floor Artist’s Bar. Here you’ll find breathtaking views, classic cocktails, and live music throughout the week. But just like the restaurants, head outside to the endless bar options in Tokyo Dome City.


Getting Around

The Suidōbashi subway station is just next door so it’s easy to shuttle around the city. The area is also very safe and walkable and close to a variety of attractions, restaurants, nightlife, and more.


If you’re tired of Japanese food, you’ll find all your western favorites at Tokyo Dome City. You name it, they have it, including: Taco Bell, TGI Fridays, Denny’s, Shake Shack, Starbucks, 7-11, Bubba Gump Shrimp, and Baskin Robbins. But since you’re in Japan, you can also get everything from ramen and sushi to gyoza and shabu-shabu. Just because there’s a Denny’s doesn’t mean you have to eat there.


Head next door to Tokyo Dome City where you’ll find Beer Garden Breeze & Greenery where you’ll get ice-cold brews on warm summer days. Also in Tokyo Dome City is Yebisu Bar that’s a fun hangout for beers and bar food.


This hotel is ideal for families who need non-stop stimulus for their ADD kids. The hotel itself is ‘fine’, rooms are spacious, restaurant options are decent, and views are epic. But the real draw here is the attached entertainment complex that has everything from bowling alleys to roller coasters. The hotel is an area called Bunkyo, which features a number of interesting museums, shrines, and gardens, should you decide to leave the immediate vicinity.


Family, Views
978 guest rooms, 28 suites
Breakfast Yes
Lunch Yes
Dinner Yes
Bar Yes
Cafe Yes
Room Service Yes
Parking Lot


Phones: 03-5805–2111

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