InterContinental Tokyo Bay

Name of hotel

InterContinental Tokyo Bay


Year opened


Last refurbishment



The InterContinental Tokyo Bay occupies a prime location only a short distance from major business, shopping, and entertainment centres. A walkway connects the hotel to Takeshiba Station and the popular Odaiba area, Tokyo Big Sight, and the Shiodome development are all within minutes. The famed Ginza shopping district can be reached in 10 minutes by car.

Guests may select a room with a view of Rainbow Bridge, Sumida River, Tokyo Skytree, or Tokyo Tower.

The hotel shuttle bus commutes from the hotel to Hamamatsucho station and Shinagawa station. From Hamamtsucho station, there is a 20-minute monorail to Haneda airport.


Walking distance to:

Guests should visit Tokyo Tower for a great view. On a clear day the Imperial Palace, Odaiba, Shinjuku Metropolitan, and even Mt. Fuji are visible.

Tsukiji Market, the biggest and most famous fish market in the world, is nearby and hosts a Tuna Auction, where large tuna are unloaded from docks and laid out for bidding.

Hama-Rikyu Gardens is surrounded by a moat of sea water from Tokyo Bay. Visitors can have a cup of Matcha Green Tea at the Nakashima tea house in the middle of the tidal pond, or take a Sumida River Boat from the gardens to Asakusa and Tokyo Skytree to get a feel of traditional and modern Japan. In the spring, visitors are treated to a stunning view of blooming cherry blossoms along the way.


Size and style:

The hotel features 330 guest rooms and suites that offer a sophisticated contemporary design with the industry’s first concept bed and linens.

Airport transfers:



On-site dining and drinking facilities:

Teppanyaki Takumi: Executive Chef Taguchi has created healthy teppanyaki cuisine, and uses his skill and experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant to choose the best ingredients.

Manhattan Dining & Champagne Terrace: Guests can enjoy New York and French fusion cuisine at this restaurant offering views of the Rainbow Bridge, Sumida River, Tokyo Skytree, and Tokyo Tower. Healthy fusion dishes are served by Chef Kenji Yoshimoto, who studied French cuisine at Michelin-starred restaurants in southern France. Meals start with Colourful Art Terrine for hors d’ouevres.


On-site facilities:


Yes, 600 yen/hour (about A$7), max 2,500 yen/day (about A$28).






Yes. Signature treatments include foot steaming (20 minutes), detoxification stone full-body treatment (60 minutes), and head refreshment (10 minutes). The package is available for 20,000 yen (about A$227).

Concierge recommends:

The hotel is conveniently located just a quick train ride to many nearby shopping and sightseeing areas. The concierge recommends starting off the morning with a nearby river cruise up to the traditional Asakusa district, which features Nakamise Shopping Street and Senso-ji Temple. Fantastic downtown-style shopping districts including Ginza, Shibuya, and Shinjuku, all of which are accessible on the JR Yamanote Train Line (a station is located near the hotel). Tokyo is overflowing with fun and exciting things to see and do, including deep and thought-provoking historical areas and architecture.

Public lounge space



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