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An Odaiba landmark.

A hotel that lets you fully enjoy Odaiba’s attractions

Shopping, dining, and entertainment. Odaiba, a manmade island in Tokyo Bay that has been developed into a major entertainment center, enjoys great popularity with both foreign and Japanese visitors. This hotel, which has a resort feeling while being located in the middle of the metropolis, lets visitors fully enjoy Odaiba’s many attractions.

Serenely elegant guest rooms with views

Deluxe Twin rooms can accommodate up to three guests.

Guestrooms on the Rainbow Bridge side command a view of the ever-changing Tokyo cityscape. All rooms come with complimentary mineral water. As the finest brand of Nikko Hotels International, Grand Nikko represents the epitome of quality. Guests are invited to experience ultimate comfort, unlock all of their five senses, and discover the unique allure of the locale.

Start the day by enjoying views of Odaiba

The hotel serves buffet breakfast, Japanese or Western style, in Star Road, its 30th floor dining bar. On clear days, the restaurant boasts expansive views extending all the way to Mt Fuji. The croissants, baguettes, and other bread served at breakfast in the hotel are a rare treat. They are made from recipes devised by the head baker at the hotel’s famous bakery, who is known in Japan as God of Hotel Bread. Baked goods from the hotel bakery are also available for sale in the hotel.

Transportation access to and from the hotel is incredibly convenient. There are direct busses to both Haneda and Narita airports as well as a direct bus to Tokyo Disneyland and a free shuttle bus running in a circle route around Odaiba. In spring and autumn, the hotel particularly recommends that visitors go for a walk or or jog in the salty sea breezes that blow around Odaiba.

Enjoy breakfast with views of seaside Tokyo

Much-loved traditional cheesecake

Apricot jam is the secret to the cheesecake’s glossy finish

Custard cream filling is first prepared and mixed with butter, cream cheese from Denmark and Parmigiano-Reggiano from Italy. The mixture is combined with meringue and steamed in a double boiler for two hours. It is left to rest for a day, after which hot apricot jam is applied and crushed almonds are sprinkled over it for the finishing touch. This cheesecake is extremely popular for its smooth texture and rich flavor and draws numerous customers to the Le Bouquet café on the 2nd floor lobby. Customers can also avail of our takeout and delivery services.


Night views of Rainbow Bridge from a hotel guest room.

Special Features

Located across Tokyo Bay from the city, this is the perfect place to take in changing views of Tokyo. From Odaiba, night views of Tokyo are particularly stunning. Views of the city in the cold, clear winter air, especially in January and February, are particularly recommended.

* Internet Access: The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and free in-room LAN internet.
* Cash and Currency Exchange: There is an ATM in a shopping center five minutes away that accepts withdrawals from foreign accounts. Guests can change US dollars into yen at the hotel and can change other currencies at a TravelEx exchange counter nearby.
* Credit cards: The hotel accepts foreign-issued credit cards
* Security: The hotel offers in-room safes. Guests can also leave valuables at reception.
* English support: Hotel staff speak English, and English menus are available at hotel restaurants.
* Laundry: The hotel offers laundry service.
* Non-smoking rooms: The hotel, with the exception of the bar, is non-smoking.

Hotel information

Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba

Address:Daiba 2-6-1, Minato-ku Postal code:135-8701

Access:Directly connected to Daiba station on the New Transit Yurikamome monorail. Elevators and escalators connect the station with the hotel, making access particularly convenient for guests with large luggage.