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Located near popular tourist destinations like the Imperial Palace, Yasukuni Shrine, and The Diet Building, and with direct connections to Shibuya and Omotesando, it’s an enticing place for any tourist. Even with its stellar location, the hotel is in the middle of a local area, offering a unique insight into daily life and the opportunity to drop by neighboring small mom-and-pop shops and restaurants.

The hotel’s interior features wood-finished walls and bright splashes of art – beautiful but not intruding – which add a sophisticated touch. Guests are provided with a free bread buffet for breakfast in the lobby – one of the hotel’s many services that have been simplified, but without a sacrifice in quality.

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Address: 2-18 Hayabusa-cho, Chiyoda-ku

Website: www.nesthotel.co.jp/en/

Tel: 03-6261-4022

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