After staying five nights at the Conrad Tokyo, having a hotel directly linked to the airport terminal the night before flying back to Germany felt like a great option. The The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda gave my wife and myself this opportunity. There are more hotels in the Haneda Mall nowadays, but the Royal Park is the closest to the Tokyo Haneda (HND) Terminal 3 still. Here is my review.
Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda – Location
The location of the Royal Park Hotel Haneda is amazing for travelers. It is located the the very Northwest corner of Terminal 3 at Departures level, on the same level as the departure desks. You just pass through a door there, walk around the seats of their restaurant and are more or less right at reception desk. Apart from the hotel’s restaurant, all services you need are provided by the airport. The landside availability of different food options at Haneda Airport (HND) is really great. Furthermore, you find basic stores and supermarkets at departure level.
The two most popular options getting to Haneda Terminal 3 are rail-driven. You either take the Keikyu Line or the Tokyo Monorail. We would definitely recommend to take the Keikyu Line – the infrastructure around the Monorail station in the city center is terrible and surprisingly not at all suitable for travelers with luggage. This option is also included in the Greater Tokyo Pass. Furthermore, you can commute between the Terminals with a free bus. In evening hours, Terminal 3 feels
Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda – Room
My wife and I had a one night stay in October 2024. The Tuesday to Wedesday rate, including breakfast, was 34,500 JPY, roughly 220 EUR. The room was in the Premium category and thus located on the eighth (highest) floor. Of course, the room was rather compact, but we did not have major issues traveling with three major suitcases and some smaller bags in the room. Despite the work desk might look very compact, it actually worked out nice to work there. The air conditioning was rather intense. One thing we liked was that you had three complimentary bottles of water in the room. However, the room just did have the traditional two contact Japanese power outlets, which may cause issues in some cases if you have three contact plugs. Furthermore, you see that the airport hotel is not the newest one and there were some marks in it here and there.
Despite the bathroom was compact, it even featured a bathtub (I am sure it would have been too small for me, but an option for my wife). It was absolutely clean and we loved it. A great feature was the wide range of amenities offered. The Japanese philosophy that a hotel should provide you anything you need to travel light is simply very comfortable for travelers. There were also pyjamas and slippers in the room.
Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda – Breakfast / Dining
The hotel is driving the restaurant Tailwind, which is located right at the terminal and thus also open to passengers. The breakfast buffet was actually quite nice and had some Western and Japanese options. I really liked to have a plate which is divided into nine different sections. It somehow suggested to have different nibbles of the breakfast items offered. The orange juice felt to be even better than the one served in the Conrad the nights before – which is quite a blame for a luxury hotel.
The hotel gave us a free drink voucher at check-in. The voucher would have even included a sparkling wine. We just went for some iced tea and iced coffee and ordered some snacks (Edamame, nuts) to it. A really nice way to spend the evening. Like at the breakfast service, the staff was very friendly and attentive.
Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda – Service
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel does not run a gym or similar (which is quite reasonable for an airport place). The free WiFi provided worked out very well.
Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda – My View
Of course, the hotel room was compact. But it did have a good comfort, it was clean and reliable and it took us some five minutes from leaving the room until being at the Lufthansa check-in. Thus, we really loved staying at the The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda – a really very nice choice as an airport hotel for Haneda (HND) international flights.
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