Being an airport hotel directly connected to Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal 2, it goes without saying that accessibility is superb from the hotel. Guestroom windows offer direct, nearly in-your-face, views of jet planes taking off to the blue sky. Not to worry, though: all rooms are soundproofed and very quiet.
Twin room is a great variety from simple and functional room to one which you can look airplanes flying. According to your purpose, you can choose your favorite room from 7 types.
Double room with wide bed offers you comfortable stay.
Japanese green tea and black tea, slippers, bath towels, face towels, body wash, facial soap & hand soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush set, razor, shower cap, hair brush, body towel, q-tips, cotton balls, hair band, nightwear (pj top), room deodorizer
Restaurants and Bars
Flyer' s table, cafe & dining
This restaurant has so expansive atmosphere. You can enjoy a variety of dishes made by French cheff with warm hospitality.
Please start a good day with good breakfast at our hotel.
This restaurant serves Japanese and Western buffet breakfast. Please start a good day with good breakfast at our hotel.
Buffet breakfast (J/W)
Junior meal JPY1,188
Up to 5 years old complimentary
Haneda Observation Decks
Great views of the flight action and city skyline
Waiting at airports due to flight cancelation or delays can be a bit of a pain. At Haneda Airport however, you can turn this time into fun, going shopping, enjoying fantastic food and having great time at the Haneda Airport observation decks, spots to relax and to enjoy beautiful views of the flights landing and taking off from the runway.
Haneda Airport, used to be mainly known for its domestic flights. In October 2010 however, a new international terminal was opened, now offering a variety of international connections, too. With the new international terminal a second observation deck, in addition to the one at the domestic terminal, was created, too.
The rooftop observation deck at Terminal 1 is accessible from the sixth floor and you can observe flights taking off in the distance. It's a quite large open space where you can wander around and check out the views in different directions. If you want to be closer to the runways however, you should go the the observation deck at Terminal 2. I took a short ride on the bus that shuttles between the two terminals and went to the fifth floor at Terminal 2, from where the flight action is much closer.
The observatory at Terminal 2 has a really unique view. Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree and Tokyo Gate Bridge—the observation deck offers all the spots in one view. It's kind of difficult to capture all these spots in one panoramic shot, but I tried anyway. Have a look at the images below.
The best time to visit the observation decks is probably in the evening around sunset or later when it's dark and the deck is illuminated. That's what I did. The deck turned into a romantic setup and I realized that people not only go there to kill time before their flight takes off, but they deliberately come here to enjoy the airport atmosphere and the night views of the city in the distance, and to take pictures of course. I think it's definitely worth a separate visit, so that you can take your time and enjoy, without having to watch the time and worry about missing your flight. Enjoy the snaps.
about 10 minutes by walk from Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
Kawasaki Daishi Furin-ichi
A market of handmade wind chimes at a wonderful temple
Every July, for five days, the famous Kawasaki Daishi Temple holds a 'Furin-ichi', or Wind Chime Market. Approximately 900 beautiful and unique varieties, from 50 locations around Japan, can be purchased. In 2013, the market was held from July 17 to July 21; check our their English website for future dates. Each day, the market opens around 10am and closes around 6pm. As the weather is extremely hot and humid during this time, be sure to wear sunscreen and a hat, and drink lots of water.
about 30 minutes by train from Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
Map & Directions
3-4-2, Hanedakuko, Ota-ku, Tokyo 144-0041
Directly accesses the departure lobby of the Haneda Airport passenger terminal 2 (Detail map by PDF)
3 minutes on the Tokyo Monorail from Haneda Airport Terminal 2 Station, north exit
5 minutes on the Keihin Kyuko line from Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station, terminal 2 exit * Late Night Accesss
The Hotel Entrance on Deprature Lobby is closed from 23:45 due to security guard at Haneda Terminal 2.
During nighttime, please take the elevator for nighttime to the 2nd floor and walk throug the passage outside and then, use 24 hour Hotel Entrance.
75 minutes by airport bus from Narita Airport
120 minutes by train from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport station
70 minutes by car from Narita Airport
40 minutes by airport bus from Tokyo station
50 minutes by airport bus from Tokyo Disney Resort
20 minutes by car from central Tokyo (Ginza)
Nearest interchange: 1 minute from Haneda Airport exit on the Shuto Expressway
5 minutes from Airport (west exit) on the Shuto Expressway