Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
Resting on the 7th floor of Haneda Airport’s Terminal 2, Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu is a convenient retreat where imported Scandinavian wood meets panoramic soundproof glass to form more than 300 guestrooms. Peaceful views of planes passing through and the Tokyo Bay Area are accompanied by meeting spaces, a business center, and all-day dining at the aptly named Flyer’s Table. Whether you’re waiting for your next flight, heading to Haneda for a meeting, or craving a heaping dose of Japanese culture at Tokyo’s top districts, Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu boasts a first-class stay.
- Prefer peaceful rest or runway views? The hotel’s soundproof rooms and suites manage to blend both
- Spot planes whizzing through the air as you dine on Japanese or Western dishes at Flyer’s Table
- Take a trip to explore the skyscrapers at Shinjuku or the lively Shibuya District via train, bus, or taxi
- Cozy meeting spaces and rooms equipped with projectors, WiFi, and an attentive staff
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All 303 rooms and suites include tea sets, flat screen TVs, Ethernet ports, and laundry service
- 10 rooms tailored for women feature down duvets, makeup remover, nightgowns, toner, and lotion
- Each room offers views of planes, while the thick soundproofing ensures undisturbed rest
- Host a meeting in the on-site boardrooms or catch up on work at the business center
Flyer’s Table — With an oversized dining hall fit for hosting 200 diners, this restaurant offers a range of cuisines, full-bar service, and room service during your stay. Open from 5 AM to midnight, Flyer’s Table serves up an assortment of classic Western dishes, light fare such as pastas or sandwiches, Japanese specialties including Sashimi and Kaiseki (a full-course dinner), and seasonally-themed sweets. Warm wood decor and a selection of sakes, shochus, wines, and whiskeys make this the perfect spot to kick back and relax while planes cruise by.
Discovery Museum — Without leaving the airport, you can explore this welcoming exhibit brimming with art relics from several eras of ancient Japan. You’ll find the museum in the 2nd Passenger Terminal of Haneda Airport. The best part? Admission is free.
Shibuya Crossing — Head over to Shibuya’s iconic two-story Starbucks for coffee and a top-down view of the traffic scramble that occurs every few moments (traffic stops in every direction and pedestrians flood the street to cross) at Japan’s world-famous intersection. After enjoying the organized chaos and pop-culture famous surroundings, head to Ichiran Ramen for Japan’s best ramen. The line is often one-hour long, but the food is well worth the wait.
Shinjuku — Take the monorail or catch a bus to Shinjuku—the world’s busiest railway station—where more than two million passengers are transported each day. West of the railway station lies Shinjuku’s skyscraper district, home to the tallest buildings in Tokyo. Observation decks, electronics shops, underground malls, and the seductive red light district, are a just a few of our favorite stops in this energetic area.
Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
Located in Haneda Airport’s Domestic Terminal 2, Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu boasts the best location in town. The hotel resides seven stories above ground, allowing you to overlook the runways as planes pass by. You’ll be a short walk from the airport’s limousine stop, Tokyo monorail, and Keihin Kyuko train line, making it a well-connected hub for tourists and business travelers alike.