Not a terrible experience, but far from ideal. The capsule was incredibly hot, and the AC was only in the hallway. Between that and being forced out by 10 am I only stayed here 2 of my planned 7 nights.
Convenient location and very helpful staff. The room was clean and spacious enough for 2 large suitcases to be opened at the same time.
The hotel breakfast buffet was worth the money.
Read in some reviews that the touts near were annoying. We came across only a few and none of them approached us.
This capsule hotel was great! The staff was nice, everything was clean and the amenities were great. The location was good for what we wanted to do. Even though you had to pay for the shower it was a very nice shower. They offered free soft drinks, coffee, and ice cream. The one downfall was having to give them your key to keep every time you left the hostel. It was always quiet which was nice. Decent sized capsule
What about staying at a love hotel on a business trip alone? I stayed here with curiosity. Great!
It's a leisure hotel. I was a little scared because it was Kabuki Cho until I went, but when I entered! I didn't smell any cigarettes that I was worried about only because it was a smoking room.
Big! Jacuzzi! And there is a mist sauna! Even a dry sauna! Why not write it in room information?
Dry sauna was not expected so I was living in the room aloneｗ
The TV is large, and Swicth can be borrowed, so it is a gift. And there is a great luxury towel as a gift.
There is also a massage chair, and the face pack is all from the makeup to the makeup water. That's great.
It was written that you can check in from 13 o'clock, and it was checked in at 20 o'clock in relation to work, but it is quite good if you come by a couple and stay at about 10000 yen?
I would like to stay if I have another chance.
We were looking for a convenient place to stay for one night before catching the Narita Express (very) early the next day. This place seemed like it ticked all the boxes - family room, convenient to the station, well-reviewed on TripAdvisor, so I felt fairly comfortable going a bit over our budget because it ticked so many boxes. All of those were definite benefits, and I'll add a few more: - the family room/apartment was _massive_. Five beds in three bedrooms, a study, a living area, a kitchen and dining room, a full-sized bathroom, a laundry... This was unexpected in Tokyo to say the least. - staff were very helpful - we arrived a hour ahead of schedule (caught an earlier Shinkensen by chance) and instead of asking us to wait, they rushed to get our room ready and checked us in. However there is one massive downside, and given the other reviews I suspect it might be specific to the family room - the room has basically no soundproofing so sleep quality is terrible. The hotel is very close to a major road, so sirens and horns interrupted our sleep constantly. I was lucky to get about two hours across the entire night unfortunately. Reading other reviews I was surprised no one else has mentioned this so I strongly suspect it's specific to the room 1001, given most others reference the 11th floor. If so, try and avoid this room. I feel bad about rating the hotel so lowly given other positives but if you rent a hotel room to sleep and then that's rendered impossible, it's failing in a fairly fundamental manner. The room is also quite dated and a bit crazily put together (very low lintel on one doorway, bedrooms looking completely different to the rest of the apartment, stuck cupboards, etc), but this is not something that would've knocked off points in a review, regardless of the headache from the lintel - just more of an FYI.
It’s hard to find a hotel with a higher price/performance ratio in Tokyo. The room also has a sauna room, the price is right, the quiet soundproofing effect is good, the front desk will not face the guests, and the privacy is very high.
My boy friend and I stayed 3 nights in the hotel in early December. The location of the hotel is great which is around 10 mins walk to west Shinjuku station which can go to places like Shibuya, Hara-juku, Ikebukuro and Kichijōji within 15-30mins. Also, the hotel offered express airport buses from Shinjuku station to Narita and Haneda airport at their tourist service counter. Another surprising offer is the 500-yen-cash coupons for the cafe and restaurant inside the hotel if no room cleansing needed each day. The hotel is inside a shopping mall called Seibu Pepe with Zoft , can-do , Muji and some food shops. Overall, I think the hotel environment is good, tidy and clean but the room we have is a bit small.
The environment is very good, everything is complete, the younger brother at the front desk is very handsome, can speak English, and is very caring ~ Basically, the foreigners live, and they are very friendly ~ Just a little, the sound insulation is too poor at night, you must bring earplugs
The hotel location is very good, the decoration is very unique, the door is Tokyu Main Store and Seibu Department Store, and there is a 24-hour Don Quixote, the breakfast is simple but exquisite, the hotel also called a taxi to the airport, very considerate, already lived A few times, continue next time
Meguro was in the list in our Japan Travel and we decided to stay in this hotel it was affordable and very accessible to popular tourist destinations in the area. The hotel was simple yet clean and you could feel that ”warmth” as you enter. The wifi access was good and the good thing about this hotel, it's got a convenience store where you can buy anything you need while you stay there. The staff were very helpful. All in all it was a delightful stay in this hotel.
There is a Starbucks flagship store at the door. The cherry blossom season in April is super beautiful on this side. There are many places to eat, delicious and close, and the traffic is very convenient. The bus across the road is directly to Shibuya, and you can walk. To Daikanyama. The hotel is very quiet and clean. The shampoo and shower gel are all pola. The room type I set is 30 square meters. It is super convenient to have a washing machine and microwave.
The child moved to Tokyo from Sendai. Before the university dormitory was settled, he booked a hotel for one night to facilitate him to do business in the city. All are said to be satisfied. I haven't been there, so I can't say it casually. In short, young people can still accept it.
The hotel is convenient for transportation, that is, I have already paid for Ctrip online. I have to pay at the hotel, which caused me a headache. Later, I asked Ctrip to know that I had paid in advance. The refund was made 7 working days after the return trip. I think so It's too much trouble and I don't understand Japanese.
The building is new and clean, and each facility is of sufficient quality. I was very impressed with the hospitality of the staff.
I stayed for a week, but the facilities around the hotel are substantial and there is no inconvenience to go anywhere. The room cleaning during the period was also polite and I was able to spend it without any inconvenience. I will choose you again if I stay next time. Thank you very much. You can also check the laundry operation status remotely, which is very convenient for a multi-day stay.
It's a little bit worse than when I first came. The bath is also relatively small (compared to Kawasaki Dorami). Of course, there are advantages. It’s Harajuku, and it’s very comfortable to go shopping near Harajuku at night
The hotel is a little far from the Waseda subway station. It takes about 10 minutes to walk with the luggage. If you want to go, you can take the subway to Takadanobaba Station, where there is a hotel shuttle, and the shuttle stops at the door of Tangji Kede! The hotel shuttle schedule is shown in the figure. The hotel is very quiet, the environment is very good, and there are many Japanese people staying. The room card can only be swiped to your floor. We booked a luxury twin room for an extra bed for three. For one person in the same room, the price is different for two and three people. The rooms are fully equipped with bathrobes, pajamas, all kinds of toiletries, as well as refrigerators and safes. The hotel has parking lot and the back garden of the hotel is the gate of Waseda University. If you like shopping, it is not recommended to live here, because there are not many businesses around, you can live here quietly. As we ordered without breakfast, I do n’t know how breakfast is. If you want to eat, the hotel breakfast is 2,000 yen per person, a bit expensive! You can go to the 7-11 convenience store for breakfast when you go out, and you can sit inside to eat.
Until now, I stayed in front of Narita Station during isolation. I made Nishikishi Cho this time because there was no isolation. Like Narita, the room was 17m2 and comfortable. It is also convenient from the station. However, it seems a little hard to walk to the station when it rains. Breakfast was lunch until now, but I finally got to eat at the restaurant. The side dishes were normal, but the rice was very delicious. I am glad to be back from a long business trip from abroad. I would like to use it next time.
We stayed 3 nights. Our room was PALATIAL - the Suite above Reception. Simply the largest hotel room I have ever had anywhere. Service was superb, including fabulous breakfast in a beautiful dining area. Very quiet location, but with lovely local bars and restaurants, and only a few minutes walk to the centre of Shibuya. If you head in the other direction, you can walk to Yoyogi park in 10 minutes. We actively want to return as soon as possible. Thank you Shibuya Creston!
It is about 5 minutes from the station of Youtian Temple. There are two supermarkets and convenience stores after the station. The hotel does not stay for more than 7 days is not changing sheets, only changing supplies and dumping garbage. There is a refrigerator, electric stove, washing machine in the room, and you will be given a pack of washing powder when you check in.
The price is too high, very clean and tidy, although the room is small but the configuration is good, the air conditioner is turned on to the minimum wind, but the sound is just right in bed, everything is good
The hotel is very old and the rooms are very clean!
The booked double bed room is separated from the rain fish tank, and the toilet is also independent.
Provide toiletries and a variety of disposable daily necessities.
The front desk is very good and the service is good. We applied for an extra quilt in the evening and also met the requirements in time.
There are many foreigners living, and the price is very high.
I was taken care of for 8 nights. It was a very small room for the two, but we did it here because it was cheap. Facilities were good and we were able to spend comfortably.
We used free shampoo and nano care for free. Amenity is also available from DHC
It was very helpful. This is pretty glad for women!
It was convenient near Kamata station.
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It is close to the subway and there is a small supermarket around, which is convenient for shopping. Although hotels in Tokyo are generally small, they have complete facilities, check-in and check-out are very fast, the front desk attitude is good, and the hotel has a laundry room. In short, the experience is good. Will consider staying next time in Tokyo.
The hotel is accessible by train from Haneda (Keikyu Kamata station) and it is also walking distance to JR Kamata Station. There are many convenient stores, supermarkets (Wing Kitchen), Department Store (Granduo), and eateries nearby. Our room on the 12th floor is fully equipped with washer, dryer, microwave oven. We also have a bathtub. You could buy a voucher for breakfast but we went outside. There is room on the ground floor with a table for work and meetings. There is also a coffee machine near reception. We had a comfortable stay in quiet surroundings.
The location is very convenient if you are sightseeing around Asakusa, just beside Asakusa Senso Ji Temple ． Asakusa Station on the subway and TOBU line is also very close, so access to Nikko and airport is good and many foreigners use it It seems to be ． The room is like a western room and a Japanese room to receive such foreigners．it was a tatami mats, so if you ask for a sheet, you can sleep even in a futon．night Maybe because the room was good, the view from the room was also satisfactory． The night I stayed was cloudy, but the sky tree lit up to blue purple from the window was clouded It was hidden, rather fantastic and reflected in the night view．The open-air bath was also the best, the bed was easy to sleep, and I was able to rest slowly．
I used to stay at the lodging, but it was far from the west exit, but I stayed after a long time. It is beautiful and cheap, but you can see color 々 and cost reduction measures. It's okay, but the previous day's arvest is too good and becomes a relatively low evaluation. 〈 Personal evaluation item 〉 ○ Location - 6,7 minutes walk near Kamata Station West Exit ◎ Price - Cheap @5,600 ○ Facilities - Beautiful △ Room size - slightly narrow (single) ◎ Wi-Fi all rooms ◯ Amenities shampoo, rinse, Body soap ◎ Air cleaner - permanent - pants presser unconfirmed x no closet ◎ Deodorant spray permanent ◎ pillow outlet ◯ refrigerator ◯ pot ◯ dry Ya-Permanent ◯ After checking out luggage storage - Maybe OK ◯ Front desk correspondence - No problem - Other - toothbrush and brush are distributed at the front desk
It was my second stay.
It's new and clean. This time it was the Tokyo Tower side.
Shiodome and Hibiya are within walking distance from Shimbashi Station.
The bathtub was large and the aroma of the shampoo was gentle and good.
The breakfast was delicious, and there were many types of dessert drinks, and the fruits were cut to be easy to eat. It's a great selection, but I felt that the tray was heavy and the table was narrow.
All the staff were nice.
Route inn is well taken care of. Other hotels have large baths, breakfast is lined up with local things, and it is a business hotel, but this is really an ordinary hotel. It was good to change my name. I received a deodorant at check-in. I entered the room and convinced.
The hotel is good, and there are pillows that can be rented. There seem to be seven or eight types of pillows. I can't sleep with the soft pillows in general. I borrow low-reverse pillows and are very comfortable. If you want to borrow, call the front desk and he will bring it to your room. To be honest, the hotel's breakfast is not very tasty. Although it looks like an ordinary buffet, but the variety is not many, and there are several dishes that are also difficult to eat. In Ctrip's room with breakfast, it is not much more expensive than without breakfast. , But that restaurant (the restaurant for breakfast is privately opened) actually asked for 1300 yen, one person really shocked me, so ugly, so sorry for 1300? How confusing and self-confident (it doesn't mean anything special, but the owner seems to be a Southeast Asian and found it by looking and listening to accents)
I am using it for the first time. Staff
The guide was very polite, the room was beautiful, the facilities and cleanliness were perfect, we arrived very late and was very tired, but we could spend it comfortably. There are many types, such as humidifiers that can be rented for free. The cafe on the first floor sells coffee, bread and heavy cakes. I am very happy to relax before going to work.
I picked this hotel purely because of the location and the price. Right next to the Nippori station. You'll have to find the right door and go to 3rd floor by elevator to reach the reception. Staff was nice and tried their best to communicate, even though their English was not good. I got to leave my luggage there supervised for a couple of hours, as I arrived before I could get to my room. I got a smoking room (I don't smoke inside but didn't have a choice about the room when booking via a third party) and the smell was horrible, but I knew beforehand that would be the case, and fortunately there was fabric freshening spray which really helped. I didn't expect best quality when I didn't pay a whole lot, and I think I got what I paid for. A safe, clean place to rest between exploring the city. The room had basic cleanliness, but clearly everything was somewhat old and a bit worn out. There were nice restaurants near this hotel, and the Yanaka Ginza street, old cemetary and Fabric town are just a couple of steps away. The best thing about this hotel is the location next to the station. The Yamanote line stops in Nippori and takes you for example to Ueno, Tokyo station, Shibuya and Harajuku quickly. Unfortunately the best thing about the hotel was also the worst. My room's window was facing the station (no view whatsoever, just a grey wall) and I could clearly hear all the noises. The trains don't bother me one bit, but all the other noise, such as announcements, jingles (yes... the trains have jingles) and warning tones were super loud and disruptive. It went on until 12 at night and started again at 5 am. I had ear plugs with me but didn't sleep too well with them, because I usually don't wear them at night. But to be able to get some sleep they were absolutely necessary. So bring them if you're staying in this hotel and I really mean it. Overall, not a stylish place, but functional. Wouldn't stay here again though, because of the station being so loud.
It was a nice hotel. The staff at the hotel were also polite and I was really happy to have you lend me an umbrella when you go out with heavy guerrilla rain. If you have another chance, I will use it.
It's Ningyocho, but Nihonbashi is just a short walk away. Convenient.
A lot of amenities such as coffee and face packs are provided at the front desk.
You can wash and dry it for free. (Detergent is sold for 110 yen, but if you can bring it, you may want to bring it.) However, it is for household use without disinfection before using the washing machine.
The room is generally good. The bathtub is also big. It would be nice to have a large humidifier ... (There is a small desk type)
Slippers are not disposable type, so those who are interested should bring them with them.
The hotel is well located, diagonally opposite Tokyo Station. Both Narita and Haneda buses arrive. The rooms are medium in size and adequate, with all basic facilities, and they also give you a nice skincare experience package. This is a good hotel near Tokyo Station. I will consider staying again next time!
It was a short walk from Ochanomizu Station, but there were several good shops around the hotel, so I had a good time.
The room was compact, but it had everything I needed and was comfortable.
It was a little old, and I could only see the post office building from the window, but the bed was comfortable.
The hotel's response was also pleasant.
This time, I chose to suppress it within 8000 yen in Akasaka, but it is certainly cheap in Akasaka's market price as a new open price. (even if the fee is high via the agency recently, the HP and the agency (especially Rakuten) in the group here rise and fall every day. If it is about 100 yen, it can be patient, but when it is terrible, it is 1000 in one day The yen will also rise and fall It is a pity that ”the cancellation fee of 30 ％ from 5 days ago” in the accommodation agreement of this hotel cannot cope with the sudden change of schedule (we may also be shifted for 2 days a day). I think it's more sightseeing than business. After that, if there is a loss of the door key (card type), the content of 9000 yen is passed, and the mood is destroyed, and it is not inserted into the door and the electricity is not put on (there is a meaning, charging, The temperature of the refrigerator can be maintained, but it fell in case I thought it was possible. (If I am Kanto, I can suppress the cards that can be used in the Kanto area, but because it is Kansai, the cards that can be used in Kanto and Kansai are different, so electronic money I stayed at the time of less than 1 month open, but the microwave oven equipped with ”one month dust” is good because ＴＶ is black. I could use it. It is a location, but the narrow corridor from the elevator to the room (the place where the shoulder hits if it doesn't give up if it meets) is more careful to stay.