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With excellent access to the city

An elegant retreat nestled in the center of the metropolis

The Celestine Hotel is in an excellent location, easily accessible from both Narita and Haneda airports and within a five to fifteen minute taxi ride from Shinagawa, Tokyo, Ginza, and Roppongi stations. “Celestine” means “the heavens” in Latin, and the hotel lives up to its name, with stunning views of the city from its 14th floor inner courtyard.

Guest rooms providing the finest relaxation

A deluxe corner twin guest room. Hotel guests can enjoy basking in the sunbeams that slant through guest room windows.

Guest rooms at the Celestine hotel are decorated in a chic dark brown and white color scheme, and feature large windows that let in plenty of soothing natural light. So that guests can enjoy a relaxing night’s sleep, all rooms are furnished with original Simmons mattresses and bedding. High ceilings create an open, spacious atmosphere. The hotel has a total of 243 guest rooms in ten types, from singles to deluxe corner rooms, and from the rooms guests can enjoy beautiful night views of either the city lights of the Roppongi district, or of the Rainbow Bridge stretching across Tokyo Bay.

A balanced nutritious breakfast

The Celestine Hotel offers a buffet breakfast featuring both Japanese and Western-style dishes in the Grand Cross restaurant on the first floor. Both Japanese and international guests enjoy the “Maison Kaiser” traditional French-style bread served at breakfast. The hotel’s lunch options include traditional curries and other dishes. For dinner, the hotel channels its location at the former site of a mansion belonging to Satsuma noblemen from what is now Kagoshima Prefecture to create a menu using ingredients from that area. Dishes using Kagoshima “Kurogyu” beef are highly acclaimed . Inside the restaurant is Bar Suzaku, the perfect place to enjoy a post-dinner moment.

The restaurant’s seven-meter ceilings create a sense of openness.

A luxurious time in the hotel’s sky garden

A panoramic view of the garden around the Celestine Lounge.

On the hotel’s 14th floor are the Celestine Garden and Celestine Lounge, accessible only to overnight guests. The lounge features a collection of photography books of scenic views from around Japan, which guests can freely peruse while drinking complimentary coffee or tea. As they enjoy the gentle breezes and the peace and quiet of the Celestine Garden, guests will find it hard to believe they’re in the middle of the city. During the day in this relaxing spot, guests can bask in natural sunlight in the garden, and in the evening they can gaze at the stars in the night sky. So that overnight guests can fully enjoy the garden, the hotel changes the greenery and flowers in the garden according to the four seasons.


Guests can enjoy Kagoshima tea and Japanese sweets from traditional sweet shop Akashi-ya.

Special Features

The Rayon Vert Café on the hotel’s first floor lobby has menus that change throughout the day. In this expansive space guests can enjoy limited-time menus, and a variety of dishes including steak. All restaurants in the hotel have English menus.

Money and payments: The hotel accepts foreign-issued credit cards from all countries except the People’s Republic of China. The hotel can exchange foreign currency, and there is a bank nearby that also offers currency exchange services.

Internet access: The hotel provides free Wi-Fi and LAN internet access.

Security and Valuables: Guest rooms are equipped with safes, and guests may also leave valuables at the front desk for safekeeping.

Laundry: The hotel offers laundry service.

Non-smoking rooms: The hotel lobby is non-smoking, and non-smoking rooms are available.

Hotel information

Celestine Hotel

Address:3-23-1 Shiba, Minato-ku Postal code:105-0014

The hotel is a one-minute walk from exit A2 of Shiba-koen station on the Toei Mita subway line; a three-minute from exit A8 of Mita station on the Toei Subway Mita line and Asakusa line; and a seven-minute walk from the Mita exit of Tamachi station on the Japan Rail Yamanote line and Keihin Tohoku line. Exits at some stations do not have elevators or escalators, so guests with heavy luggage should consider arriving by taxi.

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