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ANA Intercontinental Tokyo Bay @ Tokyo

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ANA Intercontinental Tokyo Bay offers a convenient spot from both Narita and Haneda Airport, and it was the primary reason for selecting it instead of its newer cousin - Strings Intercontinental. If you're going by train with luggages like we did, please just take the shuttle from Hamamasuchuo which comes so regularly instead of switching lines to the private railway and paying more than necessary since it is not covered by the JR Pass.

I was feeling most festive being greeted by all the decorations - sure feels like winter wonderland except snow was clearly missing in Tokyo.

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Our room, large by Tokyo's standards. The mattress was unfortunately too soft for comfort though the bedsheets were really comfortable and smooth!

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Another large by Tokyo standards is their toilet which has enough space for a stand up shower and bath tub even!

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Amenities thoughtfully placed in a wooden box.

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I look forward to smooth luscious skin after a shower.

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Welcome fruits and all I was interested in was that slice of melon.
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Which side are you on? The dark or milk?

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The view is unbeatable, especially in the mornings and before sundown.

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8 am in winter and the sun's so bright!



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The shuttle buses are regular and is one selling point of this Intercontinental property.

We enjoyed our stay and only wished I returned earlier for the bakery. Their cakes look so good!

ANA Intercontinental Tokyo Bay

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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