Hotels Near Honkonkakushibaten In Tokyo

4.3/5Excellent223 Reviews
0.21km from Honkonkakushibaten
My wife and I spent four nights here at the Tokyo Grand and though not directly chosen by ourselves we were very pleased with what it offered us. The bedroom was surprisingly large with a king size bed assuringly quiet while high up on the 13th floor. The staff could not do enough for us and were extremely polite and attentive. They booked theatre tickets and taxis and helped us get to grips with understanding how the subway system works also with the language as neither of us spoke any Japanese. Location was excellent in the business district with shops and restaurants nearby and situated just 5 minutes walk from the nearest subway. Would have no hesitation in returning to Tokyo Grand hotel.
FromUS$34.00
0/50 Reviews
0.22km from Honkonkakushibaten
Located in Tokyo (Minato), Temple Hotel Shoden-ji is within a 10-minute walk of Shiba Park and Keio University. This hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Tokyo Tower and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Tokyo Midtown.Make yourself at home in one of the 2 guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes with stovetops and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include washers/dryers and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided once per stay.
FromUS$81.00
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
0.24km from Honkonkakushibaten
In order to meet the needs of long-dormitory guests, hotel MONday Apart Hamamatsucho has made every effort to provide them with a home-like experience.The interior is fully equipped with kitchen utensils such as IH cooking stove, microwave oven and rice cooker, and cleaning utensils such as washing machine (with drying function) and vacuum cleaner are also available.Located in the bustling area of Tokyo, the hotel is surrounded by a variety of sightseeing spots, as well as daily grocery stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, and other shopping destinations, making your life more convenient.May your stay at this hotel be a great memory.We sincerely look forward to your visit.
FromUS$129.00
4.1/5Very Good6 Reviews
0.25km from Honkonkakushibaten
The Mita Kaikan is in a good location. It is only 2 minutes walk from Shibakoen Station on the Mita Line. It is very close to the Tokyo Tower and Shibakoen. In particular, the room is larger than a Japanese hotel of the same price. There is no problem in unfolding the two suitcases, and a simple breakfast can be provided, which is a very good value for money hotel. The service is also very good. The cleaning staff helped us to arrange the items in the bathroom neatly every day, just like cleaning our own home. It can be seen that it is done very seriously, reflecting the Japanese's fine style of doing things. Will stay at this hotel next time I go to Tokyo!
FromUS$75.00
3/54 Reviews
0.25km from Honkonkakushibaten
Stayed here for 2 weeks in April 2018, I landed in Haneda Airport, took the monorail to Hamamatsucho station (cover on the JR pass), from there, it's a 10-15 minutes walk to the hotel. I was staying on the 9th floor. The bedroom was reasonably sized for one person, with enough space for me to stow both of my cases under the desk. The kitchen area was small, but offered basic functionality, a small fridge/freezer, a microwave and a kettle. The bathroom was decently sized, with the bath itself being a bit short, but makes up for it by being a bit deeper. The toilet room was tiny, with a sink built into the toilet, the toilet itself has various buttons on a console to the side of it, all marked in Japanese; infact most of the amenties, such as the air conditioning, only have operation instructions in Japanese, but a couple of Internet searches and some experimentation can help you get the hang of the controls. The balcony was decent, overlooking the quiet roads around the front of the hotel, from the higher floors, you can get a glimpse of Tokyo Tower over some of the surrounding buildings. The cleanliness wasn't as thorough as it should have been, there was dust under the bed, and the plug to the bath was a bit dirty underneath it. The hotel staff were very polite and do speak some English, but not fluently, so patience, and sometimes a bit of gesturing were necessary for communication. The hotel is located quite close to the train tracks, and passing trains can be heard from within the room, although I didn't consider it loud enough to be a nuasance. The hotel also has a communal basement area, with guests can use washing machines (300 yen for a wash cycle, 100 yen for 30 mins drying), vending machines and borrow a book from the hotel's manga library (all in Japanese). However, there wasn't a place for me to buy washing powder in the hotel, so I had to go to a convinience store to buy a box. The hotel's location is probably the best part, it's within walking distance of many convinience stores, restaurants and tokyo tower. It's also close to 3 train stations, providing easy transport links to popular parts of Tokyo. There's Daimon, for access to Asakusa and Oedo, good for access to Tsukiji and Tokyo Skytree; Hinode, for access to Yurikamome line for access to Daiba; and Hamamatsucho, for Tokyo Monorail to Haneda Airport, and JR's Keihin-Tohoku and Yamanote lines.
FromUS$34.00
4.7/5Outstanding71 Reviews
0.31km from Honkonkakushibaten
Tokyo is a one-man tour. After visiting Osaka alone last month, I went to Tokyo. I've never been to the capital so many times in Japan .... but I don't think Tokyo is very good.-Maybe the preconceived idea is more ingrained. I always think that Osaka is more interesting than Tokyo. Closer to home, the hotel is very good, the entire environment is very compelling, basically a five-star level. But the only thing is the hotel's SPA ... how should I say, I don't know if the hotel's SPA is to be paid, and no one told (the hotel booking information did not say that it is not free). Fart run to the SPA room and wonder why nobody is there. The waiter was welcoming after I passed alone, but! Language communication is really anxious. It hurts me, a Chinese who doesn't understand Japanese and English is lame. The waiter didn't know much English, and there was no Chinese version on the service list. In fact, I thought that if I paid, I would pay it, but I just wanted to relax. But I don't understand their list at all, and it doesn't work if I want to introduce them. Later they saw a communication difficulty and brought a master student? Girl came to communicate with me. But this girl also has a relatively limited level of Chinese, and she can't understand some complicated sentences. In the end I was tired, so I chose a medium price. The one-hour massage was really comfortable-I fell asleep after the massage, and only woke up when I heard my snoring sound, and the technician pressed me there as always. I have to say that although the price is not cheap (RMB 1,000 an hour), it is really comfortable. At that time, I just fell into a pillow, and signaled that it was much more comfortable after an hour of massage.唉 Good, next time I have the chance to come again, I must bring my sister together ==
FromUS$55.00
4.3/5Excellent46 Reviews
0.33km from Honkonkakushibaten
Once you get out of the lobby, the more retro aspects of this hotel start to show, and not in an intentional way. The elevator doors will close with you in them, for example. The windows in the guest rooms all have bulky shutters to screen out the noise from all of the passing trains, but the curtains underneath are dirty and get stuck easily. The air conditioning has english buttons, but doesn't work very well. You can feel every spring in the mattresses. There's also some ancient grime around some of the windows and doors. But as a place to crash, it works, and there are english speaking staff. For two nights, it was fine.
FromUS$32.00
4.4/5Excellent8 Reviews
0.37km from Honkonkakushibaten
Location is good - near to subways. Not many eateries after dark though. Hotel staff are polite and nice. Room is big for Japanese standard. My only concern was the loud pounding sounds in my room in the middle of the night over two days. It was strange and the noise stopped when the hotel staff came up. On my second night, I even went to the room next door to find out if they were the one pounding on the wall but no one came to the door. I checked with the hotel staff if anyone else near my room had complained of the strange noise but they said no. The pounding noise was loud enough to wake me up and kept me awake. I even called my partner when the second time the noise came to prove that I wasn’t dreaming and sleepwalking. I do hope that it was some angry guests next door or above my level pounding on the walls on those two nights. It was scary for sure and I don’t see myself checking in there again.
FromUS$42.00
0/50 Reviews
0.46km from Honkonkakushibaten
Located in Tokyo (Minato), Grass Bldg is within a 10-minute walk of Keio University and Shiba Park. This apartment is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Tokyo Tower and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Mori Art Museum.Make yourself at home in one of the 2 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment.
FromUS$134.00
4.6/5Outstanding29 Reviews
0.47km from Honkonkakushibaten
This hotel has not much reviews and offers some experiences. Location: Just on the other side of the road in Shiba Park, across the street, it is super convenient to go to the Tokyo Tower. The night is still beautiful. It is convenient to take a half hour drive from the airport. Environment: The hotel is quite atmospheric, the lobby is spacious and bright, and there are not many tourists. The front desk is very friendly and speaks English. I stayed for five nights and didn't hear the voice of the Chinese people. The overall surrounding environment is very quiet. Room: Two large and medium-sized medium twin rooms, children 8 years old, no problem, the room is relatively spacious. The bathroom is small, but there is still a step that is not low, and the elderly are not very convenient. It is very convenient to have a small refrigerator. Breakfast is not bad, people have not been much, the environment is good on the first floor. Shopping around: The hotel is not a lively area of interest downstairs. In the morning, you can feel the rush and silence of the office workers. Go to the JR line for seven or eight minutes and have a family supermarket, Alipay settlement. Meal: There are restaurants nearby, it is quite convenient, and I change to the restaurant every night. Basic English communication is not smooth, and it is quite interesting to order food. There is a white cloth curtain to eat the restaurant of Kochi dumplings, there is no picture of ordering, all rely on Mongolia. Beer and dumplings taste good. Service, very good, changed the room once in the middle. There is indeed a Chinese service. On that day, the Chinese staff were absent and the communication was difficult. The front desk called the Chinese staff and translated between us. Very good, don't worry about staying at this hotel. The overall feeling is quite good, eleven prices are slightly more expensive. If you like shopping, you still have to live near Ginza Shinjuku. It is two stops from Ginza and the taxi is 100 yuan.
FromUS$37.00
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.5km from Honkonkakushibaten
It is a hotel that provides convenient location at a 4 minute walk away from Hamamatsucho station, a 2 minute walk away from Daimon station on Toei Asakusa line and a 25 minute away from Haneda airport.
FromUS$38.00
4.5/5Excellent3 Reviews
0.61km from Honkonkakushibaten
I like the Richmond Hotel chain and think they are pretty consistent, so I tried this one out. Although service-wise it is good like other Richmond Hotels, this room was the smallest out of all of the Richmond Hotels that I've ever stayed at, and was a little disappointing. The neighborhood is not the most exciting, but the location is pretty handy. If you need to be close to Haneda Airport while still being in real Tokyo, this is a good choice, as both Daimon and Hamamatsucho stations (they are on different train lines) are within walking distance, about 5-10 minutes away. I took a morning train and got to my airline check-in counter in about 40 minutes. There is a Starbucks on the 1st floor, which was convenient. There are numerous eating options nearby, some of them tourist traps to be avoided (like Sushi Matori). Check-in is on the 2nd floor. It was handled quite well and I never had a problem with the staff not understanding me. As noted, the room seemed small by Richmond standards, although it was clean. I had a suitcase, and opening that pretty much took up most of the room. The bed and pillows were not bad, and the TV is a good size. The free wifi was OK and the AC/heating was easy to use. I think noise-proofing could be a little improved, but it wasn't that bad since this neighborhood is generally not super loud. The bathroom is an average size and had some nice products, and just barely enough shelf/sink space to store your things. There is a refrigerator and safe. Bottled water is provided, as is free coffee and tea. However, in the room there are no 3 prong outlets for charging your PC, so you'll need to ask the front desk to borrow an adapter (or bring your own). The desk provides an adequate amount of space, but with how cramped the room is, it is difficult to sit and relax in the office chair. The 1 time that I asked for an iron and ironing board, it got to me quickly. Be aware that is it the short board typical in Japan, and using it in the small room was a little difficult. The hotel does provide a newer 4G "Handy" smartphone; its faster and slightly less clunky than the previous "Handy" versions that I've seen at other hotels in Asia, for about the same size. It was pretty useful and had decent battery life. Overall, although it wasn't a bad experience, and despite the hotel's other strengths, the cramped room made it difficult to enjoy the experience. I probably would not come back here.
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4.7/51173 Reviews
Odaiba
If you loves omakase breakfast at Toyosu market, shopping at Venus Fort, Diver City, Aqua City, visiting the TeamLab Borderless and TeamLab Planets, and hot-spring at Ooedo Onsen, that's the perfect location. Even gives you quick access to Disney resort and Haneda Airport! Small rooms as usual but the one with twin double beds is excellent for parents with two young children. The only downside is no car-rental nearby.
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4.6/51531 Reviews
Ikebukuro commercial
this hotel is always my favourite. the location is very convenient for shopping, for food & for transport. However, it took me over 45minutes to check in hotel because they couldn't find my booking although I provided the Trip.com's confirmation number but I had no hotel confirmation number. Owing to the super typhoon which I must stay in the hotel, the hotel staff provided quality services & very good food. Overall, I enjoyed the stay.
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FromUS$31.00
4.6/54215 Reviews
Shinjuku
Check in was a breeze, efficient and high tech. Godzilla head is an interesting feature of the hotel (esp. for fans), and location is great, right in the middle of the happening area. room size is good, can even be bigger if the toilet is joined with the bathing area. can bring the 2 single beds together to form a large bed.
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4.7/51151 Reviews
Suidobashi/Tokyo Dome
Their service is nothing short of excellent. They have staff who are fluent in English (and other languages as well, I suspect). Me and my friend came thinking that we would be staying in a Single Room with Extra Bed since that was what we booked as we attempted to be more economic. However, to our pleasant surprise, our room was upgraded to a much much bigger room for free. We are very thankful to the helpful staff for making our stay pleasant and extremely comfortable. The location is great as it in located somewhere in between Iidabashi and Suidobashi which is pretty much close to the geographical center of Tokyo. Head east you will be able to visit Akihabara and Asakusa quick. Head west, you will be able to hit Shinjuku, Harajuku, and Shibuya. The neighbourhood is fairly quiet and the Tokyo Dome is just a 10-15 minute stroll away. If I am coming back to visit Japan, this hotel will be a clear top choice for me. Haven't had the opportunity to have the breakfast at this hotel, but I will certainly try it out on my next stay here.
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FromUS$80.00
4.7/5955 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
Great location with walking distance to metro station. Very comfortable room, housekeeping staff is doing a very good job.. super clean and no dust at all.. very impressive! Love the coffee sachet and green tea provided at the front desk.. they even give lady a Japanese facial mask upon check in, so thoughtful 🥳
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FromUS$58.00
4.6/51293 Reviews
Ikebukuro commercial
Good hotel. Location is great and convenient, pretty much inside Sunshine city mall. There’s also a 24/7 family mart as well. Didn’t encounter any elevator problems in regards to having to wait long queue times.
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FromUS$43.00
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