Hotel East 21 Tokyo

6-3-3 Toyo, Koto, 135-0016

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Overview

The Hotel East 21 Tokyo is a four-star high-rise hotel in Tokyo’s Koto Ward. After a day of shopping and sightseeing, families can retire to stylish and comfortable guest rooms. Quadruple rooms accommodate four guests and come complete with minibars, flat screen televisions, writing desks and luxurious bathrooms. The rooms also offer unrivaled views of the Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest structure in Japan. Eight onsite eateries serve a variety of international and authentic Japanese meals. Kids will enjoy splashing in the large outdoor pool and visiting the nearby KidZania Tokyo amusement park.

Our Editor Loves

  • Spacious family rooms
  • Outdoor pool
  • Free shuttles to Tokyo Disneyland

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Theme Park
  • Water Parks

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kids' Theme Meals
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool

Reviews

Excellent Service

by TGDF

Not really located around any attractions but close to subway and I walked to Skytree other places (about an hour I think). Room was clean. Breakfast was good. Service was excellent except for not letting me check in early - I had not pre-booked that so not their fault and they sent my bag up when the room was ready).. Overall would recommend as an option but Tokyo is so big that you may want to plan your hotel based on what you want to do. That being said, close subway made things fairly easy and I would go back here.

Nearly a 4 star review but let down by a few small things.

by V1110UBpaulm

Pros

Nice staff. The waitress and bar staff who served us in the 21st floor bar were excellent.

Lots of staff on hand.

Good bathroom size.

Not the smallest room I have had in Tokyo.

Free bus service to station was helpful.

Cons

Feels a bit out of the way for exploring Tokyo.

The hotel is not kidding when it advertises a “small double”. Smallest double bed I have ever slept in.

Breakfast was not the standard I gave come to expect from Japanese hotels. Very standard food and almost no change in offering across the week.

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