[Hotel Review] Remm Roppongi - A night in the Town that never sleeps - Vikingess Voyages

Monday, March 27, 2017

[Hotel Review] Remm Roppongi - A night in the Town that never sleeps

Tokyo is a gigantic city and when you visit for the first time it can be hard to decide which area of the metropolis you want to use as your base for exploration. One of the areas often preferred by tourists is Roppongi, highly renowned for its bustling nightlife and fancy nightspots. Last week I had the chance to stay a night at Remm Roppongi, a brand new hotel centrally located in Roppongi scheduled to open March 30th, 2017.

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Remm Roppongi is located only one minute away from Exit 4a and Exit 7 of Roppongi station. It can be reached by metro (Hibiya Line), and is within 12 minutes reach from Tokyo Station, 10 minutes from Shibuya and 26 minutes from Asakusa. It was very easy to locate the hotel, as the building was visible from the exit of the metro station.
The hotel, seen from Exit 7 of Roppongi Station
Arriving at the hotel we took the elevator to the fourth floor where we got a quick briefing at the counter before we could head up to our room. The hotel also had self-check-in machines by the counter to speed up the process, all provided in English.

The receptionist told us that there was no tea provided in the rooms; instead, we could pick our preferred type of tea by the counter.
Our room was situated on the 19th floor, which also happened to be the uppermost floor.

Guest room

We stayed at one of their Twin Rooms, and as soon as we stepped into the room we were surprised by the bathroom right in front of us that >offers a fabulous view of Tokyo Tower. What a great first impression! I have added photos of the bathroom too below, but first some photos of the bedroom.

Room Amenities

The room came fully equipped with all the regular amenities one can expect such as a flat-screen TV, an alarm clock, and a refrigerator, but there was also a couple of pleasant surprises such as (my personal favorite) a massage chair. This was especially welcoming since both of us came right from work. I did notice that the chair was slightly low though; the part that massages your leg might be too short especially for tall guys.

To the left: Hotel alarm clock / To the right: Hotel pen and note block
Above to the left: Refrigerator / To the right: Complimentary water bottle
The room was even equipped with a tablet that guests were free to use during the stay..!

By the side of the bed, there was a control panel covering all the rooms in the guest room. It was nice to be able to control all the light settings without having to get out of bed!


The view from the room on the 19th floor was fabulous. With few taller buildings in sight, we could see far away in all directions, and we also had a great view of Tokyo Tower which is a very distinct landmark in Tokyo.
Tokyo by day and night
The Tokyo Tower to the right


The bathroom came with separate rooms for the toilet and shower, something that is rather unusual in Japan due to lack of space. Not bad at all!

The bathroom was equipped with both a shower and a bathtub, and with a window facing outward towards the street so that Tokyo Tower was visible from the bathroomFor those who might be uncomfortable with showering in front of an open window, the shower room comes equipped with a curtain one could choose to close.
It's not that easy to tell from the picture but you have a beautiful view of Tokyo Tower from the bathtub (at the time of the photo the Tokyo Tower was lit up with purple light).
There was also a window facing the bedroom which one also could choose to cover with a pull-down curtain.
The toilet was equipped with the latest of the latest of fancy Japanese toilet technology. For those who haven't tried out this before it is simply a must to have your tooshe washed clean by a Japanese toilet when visiting Japan...
Below: Various menus available to try out for the Japanese toilet


The stay at Remm Roppongi included a buffet style breakfast at Cedar the Chop House & Bar, a restaurant situated on the 2nd floor of the hotel. The buffet had a rich selection of food ranging from Western to Japanese and Chinese dishes. In Japan fruit is quite expensive, so I was personally particularly happy for their nice selection of fruit and vegetables, not to mention their delicious fruit smoothie. 
If you get tired of breakfast you can always jump right to the dessert...

Below you can find a list of the hotel's main facilities:

 Internet access

  •  Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  •  Wi-Fi in public areas

Dining, drinking, and snacking

  •  Bar
  •  Vending machine

Services and conveniences

  •  Dry cleaning
  •  Luggage storage
  •  Laundry service
  •  Smoking area


  •  Elevator
  •  Front desk [24-hour]
  •  Facilities for disabled guests
  •  Pets allowed

Available in all rooms

  •  Air conditioning
  •  LAN Internet in room [free]
  •  Shower
  •  Air purifier
  •  Laptop safe box
  •  Slippers
  •  Alarm clock
  •  Laptop workspace
  •  Telephone
  •  Clothes rack
  •  Mirror
  •  Towels
  •  Complimentary bottled water
  •  On-demand movies
  •  TV [flat screen]
  •  Hair dryer
  •  Refrigerator
  •  Wi-Fi [free]
  •  In-room safe box
  •  Satellite/cable channels

Languages spoken

  •  English
  •  Japanese

Basic Info

Name of Hotel: Remm Roppongi
Star Rating: 4 ★★★★
Location Roppongi, 1-minute walk from Roppongi Station (六本木駅)
(Exit 4a / Exit 7)
Check-in: Check In From 2PM
Check Out Until 12AM

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That's all for now, I hope you enjoyed the post! Please let me know if you have any questions or comments in the comment section below.

- Anette

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Anette came to Japan as an exchange student in 2010, met the love of her life and got stuck. From her base in Tokyo she writes about her experiences as a full-time worker in Tokyo and about her travels in Japan and abroad. She's a free-spirited adventurer who enjoys both the great outdoors and her urban lifestyle.

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