AddressMeguro-ku Chuocho 1-3-18 TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The Claska is hands-down Tokyo’s most stylish hotel, though you might not know it from the retro business-hotel facade. Inside, however, different designers have taken over the direction of the rooms. Some have tatami and floor cushions; others have spacious terraces and glass-walled bathrooms. The new DIY rooms have quirky touches. There is also a restaurant in the lobby, which serves an excellent traditional breakfast, and a rooftop terrace. The hotel is located on Meguro-dōri, 2km west of the station, alongside many interior design stores (including MISC). It’s well off the beaten path, which is the main drawback; the easiest way to get here is by taxi from Meguro Station (about ¥1000, 10 min). Book early.
Our independent authors have visited Claska and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tokyo.
Services & facilities
- Concierge service
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
Offering spacious designer rooms with a flat-screen TV, iPod dock and free wired internet, Claska is 2 km from Naka-Meguro Subway Station. It features a gallery, a Japanese restaurant and free on-site parking.
The air-conditioned rooms at Claska Hotel have wide windows and modern furnishings. Some come with a glass-wall bathroom or an area with tatami (woven-straw) flooring. All include an electric kettle and a private bathroom with bath.
The hotel is just a 1-minute walk from Shimizu Bus Stop. Gakugei-Daigaku Train Station is a 10-minute walk, and offers 7-minute access to the Shibuya area via the Tokyu Toyoko Line. Yuten-ji Temple is 1 km from the hotel and Yebisu Garden Place is 3 km away.
You can relax with a massage after a long day, or use a free-use bicycle to explore. The gift shop sells unique items and a concierge is available for travel tips.
Kiokuh serves local foods with a modern twist, and is open for all meals.
Only the Deluxe Twin Room can accommodate an extra bed.
An accommodation tax per person per night is not included in the rate and is to be paid directly at the property.
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