Located in Tokyo’s Minato neighborhood, and offering sweeping views of the sea, the InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay is ideal for families hoping to explore all that the city has to offer. Guestrooms accommodate two travelers, with cribs or extra cots available at no additional charge. All rooms come complete with air conditioning, flat screen televisions, refrigerators, writing desks and seating areas. Four onsite restaurants provide a variety of international and authentic Japanese dishes. Room service is also available. The hotel has direct access to the Takeshiba Station, so getting around the city has never been easier.
Our Editor Loves
- Central location
- Ocean views
- Non-smoking rooms
- Theme Park
- Water Parks
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Stayed in 4 different Intercontinental Hotels during October and November so had the opportunity to compare these. The Tokyo Bay property is probably older than some of the others and has a more classic feel to it rather than the more modern feel at other sites.
Location is on the bay so some good views, externally this is mainly a business district so not lots of alternate dining options in easy walking distance. There is a monorail station on the doorstep, also it is on the same site that many boat trips and ferries depart from. Definitely a quieter location than others.
Good sized room, lighting a bit dull and not enough sockets to plug devices in also only Japanese sockets where other hotels had other options to suit European standard. Free wifi very effective. Everything nice and clean but a bit dated.
Club room smallish but offers a good range of drinks and snacks also very good breakfast offerings. What I didn’t like is the club room turns into a bar later in the evening and you get charged entry, this is not good especially as I had already paid for club access. No problem paying for drinks outside of happy hour(s) but feel I paid twice for entry. Given there are no other bars open and nothing nearby this is not good. End result is unhappy customer after happy hour finished.
They run a free bus shuttle every hour to Shinagawa station which is great for train connections, also gets you to a more lively part of the city
Service good from all team members
I would stay again but if I had a choice I would go for ANA Intercontinental location
by Peter L
A little out of the way on the bay side of Hamamatsucho station, the Tokyo Bay Intercontinental is an excellent hotel in keeping with the expectations of the IHG group. Nice property, well presented with excellent service it is an easy place to relax while not being too far away from the Tokyo action