Conveniently set in Nagatacho, Tokyo's center and close to the Imperial Palace, National Diet Building, and popular Marunouchi, Ginza and Roppongi districts, the hotel is in a great location for jogging around the palace or visiting adjacent Hie Shrine. The Shinto site, built in 1659, offers wonderful year-round strolls amid lush greenery. With such surroundings, the Capitol Hotel Tokyu is your calm oasis from the bustling metropolis.
29 stories, above ground; three underground levels
2-10-3, Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014
TEL +81-3-3503-0109 Fax +81-3-3503-0309
Guests must pay cancellation penalty fees as shown below.
Cancellation fees are based on a percentage of the confirmed room rate (excluding tax or service charges). Ask the Hotel for further details.
For reservations that are shortened, cancellation penalty applies to the first day cancelled, regardless of the total number of days cancelled from the reservation.
Group bookings of ten or more people should ask the Hotel about cancellation penalties.
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