Imperial Hotel Tokyo



Internet ConnectionTelevisionRoom with bathroomPhoneHotel restaurantAir conditioningFor the disabled
Locality: Yurakucho, price from: 317 € per night
Offering comfortable accommodation and quality services, this property is an ideal place for a pleasant and tranquil stay in Tokyo. Location: Situated in the centre of Tokyo, the Imperial Hotel is just a few minutes walk from the Palace, Hibiya Park, Ginza and the Hibiya Subway Station. The hotel is just a kilometre from the Yurakucho Train Station, while the airport is 60 kilometres away. Rooms: Tastefully designed in a classic and luxurious style, the accommodation units are equipped with the modern conveniences to satisfy a busy business person or to pamper any guest on holiday. Restaurant: You can dine at any of the onsite restaurants that offer a hearty Alsatian, regional French cuisine, Japanese as well as Italian specialities, served amidst the congenial ambiance. The bar is also an ideal place for moments of conversation, while sipping a cup of freshly-brewed coffee, tea, a frothy beer or your favourite cocktail. General: The well-equipped conference rooms are an ideal place for organising your business meetings and seminars. During leisure you can browse the net, have a refreshing dip in the swimming pool or relax at the sauna.

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Connecting to the Internet in a hotel: Practical Advice

If you're traveling and want to connect to the Internet in your hotel, of course, you will need suitable equipment - laptop, netbook, tablet or a mobile phone with Wi-Fi. It is useful to have a suitable cable as well - it is not always and everywhere possible to use wireless connectivity. There are usually no problems with the Wi-Fi standards (also known as IEEE 802.11) - a/b/g/n. You will often need a password, so do not forget to read the materials of the hotel or take the password (to your wireless network or to access via cable) at the reception.


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