Nice hotel. The environment is good, quiet in the middle of noisy, there are two shopping centers next to it, there are countless other dining, very convenient; walk two minutes from the station center. The room is as small as most other hotels in Japan. The medium-sized twin bed is only one meter wide and the other two are sleeping. It is too much to sleep, except for some, the two adults are too crowded, so I have two men. Two double rooms, when checking in, the front desk repeatedly checked whether it was two people, and repeatedly said "no refund", haha...; breakfast outsourcing to the restaurant next to it is relatively simple. For me, the biggest problem this time is that the air conditioning in the room is not cool, it has not been cool for a long time, and it is only okay at night. The two rooms are like this, so I didn’t find them, big summer, This is more depressing.
We stayed in a two-person room with a loft. There was a time when the temperature of the shower was not stable, and when the hot water in the bathtub was drained, the bath mat was wet by refluxing from the drain. It is undeniable that the oldness is old, but it is broken with breakfast and one person \ 5000 in the busy period of GW. Breakfast buffet was also satisfactory content, 3 minutes walk from myoten station on the Tozai Line, and there was an ion nearby. I was very grateful to keep my luggage until evening after checking out.
I know this area very well as I lived there for years with my Japanese wife and had to return to Japan for the sale of a property so thought it would be good to stay here for 8 days as the location was good for what we were doing. So let's be positive and get the good bits out of the way first. The location is very convenient as it is a one minute walk from Ichikawa Station and from there you can take a train directly to Narita Airport (85 minutes) or into the centre of Tokyo (30 minutes). It is not in the centre of Tokyo but Ichikawa is a busy area with everything you will need for your stay, lots of shops, banks, supermarkets, convenience stores, a short walk from temples; I certainly recommend a walk to Shimosa-Nakayama and the temple there which is not touristy at all. The chamber maids are friendly and do an excellent job of keeping the rooms of this old wreck in good condition. I didn't hang the 'Clean my room' notice on my door each day but they did it anyway and the sheets and towels (small towels) were clean, bed comfortable and bathroom very clean. I left my laptop out when I wasn't there and didn't feel uneasy about it. In each corridor is a shelf of all the toiletry items you may need, razors, toothbrushes, shampoo, conditioner etc etc. It is all free and can be taken for use in your room. There are also drink vending machines, including beer which I think is on the 8th floor. At night the hotel is very quiet, you can't hear the traffic below unless you open the windows but it is very near Route 14, a police station, a fire station and an ambulance station so you may hear sirens but not normal traffic or other guests. There is a very cheap laundry 'room' on the 8th floor with shelves of (Japanese) books for you to read while you wait for your washing. There is also meant to be free coffee on this floor but I just saw a sign saying it wasn't available that day (every day). OK, niceties over. The reception is on the 6th floor but you won't know this unless you read Japanese as the building is shared with other businesses. There are two entrances and the nearest to the station is harder to find but more convenient. You need to come out of Ichikawa station ticket wickets and turn right down the steps. You will see Mizuho bank and Daily Yamazaki in front to the right. Walk towards them and turn right along the street past the KFC. Go straight up the pedestrian street on your left at the little crossroads until you see the Veloce coffee shop on your right. Go up the steps by the right side of the coffee shop and you enter a lobby. Take the glass doors in front of you but slightly on the left and follow the corridor around to another lobby. Take the lift to the 6th floor for a unique greeting. You could also come out of the station and walk straight ahead to the main road, turn right about 50 metres and the entrance is clearly marked but it's a longer walk. Once in the hotel reception you will be met with a strong smell of stale cigarett
We used it on a business trip to Tokyo. Anyway, it is attracted to the cheapness. It is conveniently located immediately through the shopping street of Shin Koiwa. Although it is a dormitory, I enjoyed the communication between guests, and my stay in Tokyo became meaningful.
There is an induction cooker in the room and you can cook it yourself if you like. The most enjoyable thing is that the room is equipped with a washing machine, clothes can be washed every day, the bathroom has heating and drying equipment, and the clothes are dried quickly.
I love this hotel for its proximity to Funabori Station, Huge Daiei supermarket, 100 yen shop, Kokumin Pharmacy, eateries like sushi take-away, Mister Donut, ramen shop, etc. They have a free drink at certain timing & you can choose what you want, including beer. I per pax. Ladies take note! They have free amenities such as make up cleanser, toner & emulsion. And it is branded stuff - Shiseido! Not only do they have slippers in the room, they have a different kind of slippers at the amenities area just outside the lift on the the first floor. At this area, you have humidifier (wow!), pillow, bath sponge, etc. They also have a washing machine cum dryer room. Do take note that the dryer was not working well when I went, as in, my clothes were still wet! So my husband put in some more coins but all our clothes were still wet. Grrr... Upon reflection, we should have asked for a refund. In the end, we had to hang our clothes in our room to dry. But as it was a very small room, we had to be ingenious in looking for places to hang them. Before we left our room the next morning, we made sure to remove all our clothes from unusual hanging places because we do not want our cleaner to get a rude shock. Even though this place is super convenient & had all the amenities we need, we cannot say for sure if we will come back to this hotel & stay in future as the room is terribly small. There were 3 of us staying including my 5 yo daughter, so it was very cramped.
I booked the day before in a sudden family hospitalization. It is located in front of the station and has a lot of shops around without any trouble with shopping and eating. The room was simple and had everything you needed. I asked the hotel to humidify before the check-in time and responded comfortably. It was good that the shower in the bathroom was an air in shower. Breakfast was a bright restaurant with a street view, and it was very delicious in the Japanese style, such as Nishikyo Yaki, tatami shrimp, and Maba tofu.
Property Location Located in Ichikawa, CVS BAY HOTEL ANNEX is convenient to Wild Birds Paradise and Former House of Otsuka Family. This hotel is within close proximity of Urayasushi Park and Tokyo Metro Museum. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 71 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Dining A complimentary buffet breakfast is included. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Nice Inn Hotel Ichikawa Tokyo Bay is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Tokyo. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Nice Inn Hotel Ichikawa Tokyo Bay. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer air purifier, towels, linens, internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary) to ensure a restful night. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. For reliable service and professional staff, Nice Inn Hotel Ichikawa Tokyo Bay caters to your needs.
If you are on a budget but still want to stay near to Disneyland and DisneySea, this is the hotel to stay at! For 2 pax, we chose a family room that has 2 double beds and it was the best decision ever cos the space was good. Room was clean, beds were comfortable. Down side is that the hotel seems located at a factory area and there is no amenities nearby expect a Lawson just next door. But it is so near the train station that you can access many malls few stations away. We would recommend Lalaport Tokyo bay! So big and so many shops. And there is a hugh supermarket there too!
Hotels Near Ishikawa Dental Clinic In Tokyo Review
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.
The front desk of the hotel is Chinese and can speak Chinese. It is a shopping street when you go out. It is very convenient to buy and buy. There are also many pipes for eating. Turn left when you go out. It takes 10 minutes to walk to the subway. The neighborhood belongs to the bar street area, and there are many people at night. The door of the hotel is not very obvious. The lights are dim like a warehouse.
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.
It is very close to Omotesando, Shibuya, Harajuku, the only thing that is not enough is to climb a crossover bridge every time I come back. Booked in advance for a twin room in March with more than 1,000 points a day, saving a lot of subway fees, and it is suitable to walk to live in a tide brand. There is no convenience store and a cafe next to breakfast. Eat a breakfast cafe You can smoke a few cups and even gadgets. Every day, the hotel will take two bottles of water at the front desk. They are all very polite. They take the bath ball with the men's oil free of charge. If you do n’t need water, they chase the elevator and ask if you want it. The twin room we booked is not big and can only open one big box at a time. It is very satisfying if we haven't lived too big. The most surprising thing is that there is a special Q kettle for makeup mirror, and soundproofing in the corridor. The 8th floor wallpaper is the kitten's 4th floor wallpaper is blue. The rooms are non-smoking ...
Fully equipped with refrigerator. The room decoration time is longer, looking old, except the wallpaper may be a new post. There is a smell in the house, although it is not too bad, but it makes people feel bad. The hot water temperature is constant and the windows are completely shaded. Breakfast is only bread and eggs. The egg is good, it should be precisely controlled time, the egg yolk just solidified. Bread is not hungry, mainly because it can not eat too much, if you like to eat bread, you should be OK. Convenient transportation, Yamanote Line Otsuka Station North Exit is.
The hotel is very new, the facilities are very good, the Japanese-style wet and dry separated bathrooms, the rooms are large, the location is very good, subway A is very close to Exit 6, there are elevators, there are many restaurants to eat around, open 24 hours, 500 Yen bands work very well. Nihonbashi is the starting point of Edo and there are many places to travel.
The hotel is centrally located between Shibuya Station and Omotesando, about a 10-minute walk from Shibuya Station, a 10-minute walk from subway Meiji Jingu Shrine (5 minute walk from Exit 7) and JR Harajuku Station. After exiting the station at Exit 7 of Meiji Jingu Shrine, turn into a junction several hundred meters. It's right next to the atoms shoe store, and there are tide shops on harajuku street. There is a convenience store across the road from the hotel. There is a 24-hour Yilan nearby. The alley across the road is full of brand shops. There is a buffet drink on the first floor of the hotel. You can have coffee, chocolate drinks, various teas, hot and cold. There is a large bath on the second floor. Every night from 9:30 to 11:00, a bowl of soy sauce ramen will be provided for everyone. The hotel provides optional pillows. There are several pillows made of different materials. The hotel provides electric car rental service to residents, free of charge within 2 hours, you can ride to Nanshan for a cup of Maruyama coffee. There is a free shuttle bus to Shibuya subway station every day. The only lack of hotel location next to the train railway may be a bit audible. Breakfast costs 1800 yen per person.
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.
Previously, it was prohibited from staying and entering. The image of the superior (universal) such as R heaven travel is old, and the goodness of the hotel is not out. If you have been left behind for more than five years, you will not hear the opinions of the kinko man. It is a waste. Please consider it.
Spent almost a week in this quaint hotel of the quiet part of Shibuya . I like it’s closeness to the happening place since we really wanted to experience Halloween. It was located strategically for our home base while staying in Tokyo. The walk to Shibuya station wasn’t bad , maybe about 10 mins, but the walk to Don Quixote was more closer which I think was a plus . And a lot of nice small restaurants that serve authentic Japanese cuisine . It may be a bit outdated in terms of interior of the hotel and the rooms , but the rooms are pretty big . And if there was any problem that we encountered , they fix it really fast . Their customer service is excellent! I will always keep Shibuya Creston on top of my Places to stay in Tokyo.
A really great choice in terms of extended stay hotels. The staff is friendly, helpful and very accommodating. Some of the staff’s English is limited, but there was always one person on staff with good English, you just needed to find that person. The rooms are clean and comfortable, but small. I think that is the case for any hotel in Tokyo. We got a triple for 3 adults and had 3 double-sized futons. The upside was that we had plenty of sleeping space, the downside was that the futons took up 90% of the room. But for a 2 week trip, it was SO helpful to have a washer-dryer in the room, as well as a kitchenette. Free coffee in the lobby was a very nice benefit. We took 2 side trips to Kyoto and Shanghai, and the staff was great about storing some of our luggage so we didn’t need to transport all of our heavy suitcases. The location is terrific, right near the train station and in the nice mostly residential neighborhood of Yutenji. There are lots of restaurants and stores but it’s not crazy busy like Shibuya. I’d highly recommend this for English-speaking travelers.
The front desk is polite, but the darker ones are even more impressive. As there is no phone in the room, you have to go directly to the front desk or use your smartphone to get in touch. The room is small but clean. Controlling the temperature was a bit difficult due to the location of the bed and air conditioner. I was under the impression that it would be fine if not for a long time.
We extended our stay at Shinjuku East Hotel twice as we got a really nice and big room (501). It is located an 8 mins walk from Shinjuku station in a quiet street full of hotels. Close to the (decent) red light district. The hotel has 6 floors and an elevator. Pros: - Location (if you want to spend your time in Shinjuku). - Free Wifi in the room (only) - not at the reception (you can go to the coin laundry opposite if you want to download your reservation) - Staff is very helpful for questions though sometimes the English could be pimped. - Brand new and "big" (4m2) bathroom with a bath tub and a shower. - Free toiletries and daily room service (if you need that). - TV / fridge / closet / two chairs / coffee table / hangers. - The A/C worked fine and quiet. - Toilet separate from the bathroom. Bathtub and shower separate from the sink. - Elevator. - Quiet. - Two window fronts which can be opened. - Reception was occupied all the time we were there. - Good price 34-38€ / double room / night. Weekends cost more. - Curtains make your room really dark. - Clean white sheets. - Laundromats 20 meters from the hotel. - 7/11 and Family Mart 100 meters from the hotel. - Bigger room than most for that price. Feels more like an apartment w/o kitchen. (25m2 my guess) - Very light room both with day light and during the night with the lamps installed. - Complimentary tea & coffee in the room. Cons: - Wall hooks are missing. - The water in the bath tub takes a while to flow down the drain. - Window isolation is not the best. - The toilet is slightly too small and could use some renovation as it is a bit shaky. - The mirror in the bathroom with the sink is too low as you have to bend down quite a bit.. - Water pressure in the shower could be a bit stronger. - Light switch above the bed pillows which you tend to switch off/on with your head. - Carpets on the ground (that's a matter of taste). - The no. of electricity plugs could be increased. - The bed is a bit soft and small for two. Guess: 140x200. We had a very nice stay at the hotel and would definitely recommend it if you are looking for a private room as most hostels offer beds for 15-20€/night/person this place is definitely a catch. Especially as you will get enough space to store your luggage AND move around. It would get maximum rating for a few adjustments (as mentioned above). Safe travels everyone!
As soon as I arrived I was greeted with a 'Welcome Nathan' sign which was nice to walk into and a great start to my four night stay! The triple room was SPACIOUS for Tokyo standard's! Had a TV, decent size bathroom and comfortable beds! Plug points were easily available throughout the room as well as by the bed sides. WINNING! It had a well equipped kitchen above which all the amenities (fridge, pans, bowls, plates, cutlery, electric stoves) you need to be self sufficient with regards to food and the kitchen was super clean too! The staff here we're also super helpful and friendly! Very close to the famous Senso-ji temple and only 20 mins walk from the Sky Tree! With it being so close to high street - you have a variety of convenient stores and restaurants you can turn to! Huge value for money :)
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.
In addition, we want to use.
The hotel is located in Kabukicho. If you want to experience the culture of Kabukicho, you can choose here. Most of the hotels are foreigners. The front desk will also have some English. Japanese standard service. The room is a Japanese housing-style room. I usually don't like a little light when I sleep. The central air-conditioning indicator light is on the top of the bed, so I bought a steam eye mask to sleep. Because it is in Kabukicho, it's a lot to eat.
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.
When I gave up to leave Tokyo in the corona and thought I would spend in the neighborhood, I remembered that there was a hotel introduced on TV with the corona countermeasure and the discount for the city people before, and searched this professional style It was an inn. I checked it and the word of mouth was good and 35% off! I booked a suite on the top floor. It was a trip with three children, but as soon as I arrived, I was able to get a welcome drink and matcha chocolate to my gentle brother, and the tension of the children was exploding! ! I was really grateful to be able to sit down and check in when I was tired immediately after arrival! The room was also tatami mats, and the open-air bath and the ceiling shower were stabbed to the children. The tired dad on the way is free of charge for the refrigerator drinks of the premium room privilege! It seemed to be a thankful thing, I was drinking beer early 々 I was thinking about eating dinner outside, but the children liked the room so much that they eventually went to buy the celery they bought at Matsuya department store Leisurely in the room. I was very satisfied with both Japanese and Western foods because I could choose one person for breakfast! The front desk was very friendly and my daughter wrote a letter saying, "I was happy. I want to come again." I would like to come to stay in a room with a sky tree next time because it is easy to come nearby.
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
Although it was an office district, it was quieter than Hibiya Park. There was Lawson right after I left, and the entertainment district of Shimbashi was nearby, so it was convenient as it was less than 10 minutes on foot to Ginza.
The room is on a higher floor, but the elevator came soon and there was no stress.
It's not a cheap hotel, so I'd like to have a few more amenities.
Nespresso, Megurizumu eye mask, bath salts, etc.
The room facing west can see Tokyo Tower, but it was hot and winter because of the west sun, but I put in the air conditioner.
I would like to use it again because of its newness, location, and comfort of the room.
The hotel route inn used this time, I was able to sleep comfortably and sleep comfortably in a quiet environment. The location is good and you can go to Haneda Airport by limousine bus and train in about 40 minutes. I will use it next time.
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)
The hotel with high cost performance is that the room is too small. Although I booked the largest room in this hotel, it is still very narrow and cramped. A slightly larger box is not easy to move around. However, in a place like Japan, it is also Can't be too demanding. Fortunately, although the sparrows are small and well-equipped with internal organs and good hygiene, they keep the room very clean every day, but the bed is too short and my feet are exposed when I fall asleep. I feel that the bed and quilt are not long enough.
It is very good at the exit of Nippori Station. It is very close to Ueno Station and the traffic is very convenient. There is a big drug store downstairs and a tempura shop, which tastes very good. The breakfast at the hotel is also delicious.
It is a little far from the station, but there are restaurants, convenience stores, supermarkets and origin Bento nearby.
If you move the chair so that you can use it, there is garbage underneath.
A split yagura was prepared at the microwave oven on the first floor.
The window is a sliding glass with iron wire and the outside is a veranda.
The veranda is connected to the next door.
Because it is a hotel that renovated the condominium, it is like this if it is in 1 room → 2 room.
Good location, a lot of places to eat around, the camp is the intersection of Asakusa Line and Ribiya Line, the A6 exit of the Ningyocho Station is straight out, and the right two steps to the street and the left turn is 50 meters is 7-11, 7-11 oblique Opposite is the hotel. I have an 11-year-old daughter, a 1.6-meter wide bed is enough, and the small box can be enlarged under the bed. There is no way to do a small hotel room in Japan. It is clean and good service. There are several steps in the lobby, and there is a conveyor belt for transporting luggage on the left. You don't have to worry about it, the hotel can store your luggage. It is very convenient to go to Sensoji Temple, Ueno, Disney, Ginza, Shibuya and Shinjuku.
More than a hundred years of hotel really makes sense First of all, the traffic is very convenient. To the Narita Airport bus is 1000 yen downstairs, which is much cheaper than Limujin! There are restaurants around, coffee shops, and crossing the street is a department store. The automatic door opens the wind chime and it is very ceremonial. The lobby is on the 15th floor. There is no problem with the service attitude. The room decoration and equipment are a bit old, but clean The room is small but the box can be opened and not cramped But the room details and the quality of the spare parts are very good, there are massage boards, snacks, shoe-shining supplies, Letterheads and postcards showcase the cultural heritage of the hotel. In addition, there are mobile phones that can be used. I will consider coming back later.
The location is great, it is very close to Akihabara. If you come from Ueno by Keisei skyline, it won't be too long, it is the pain of pulling the suitcase and walking the brick road.
The first floor will provide DHC cleansing oil and lotion trial bag, I think it is good to use
There are not many types of drinks downstairs in the family, nearby lowsen
It is recommended to take an extension cable, there is a plug next to the bed to insert
Luggage can be stored before check-in and after check-out
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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.
1. The hotel is actually newly renovated and opened in 2019. All facilities are brand new. The rooms are large in size and can definitely be compared with five-star in Tokyo, and the decoration can be regarded as small luxury hotels.
2. Choosing western style breakfast is actually choosing coffee tea and eggs. The rest are fixed. It's one serving after ordering. If you eat it every day, it will be boring.
3. The service is in place and can be equal to five stars of the international chain.
4. The location is actually not very good, at least not as convenient as Akasaka Mitsuke Station. The entrance of the hotel is Nagatacho Station of the Tokyo Metro, but there are no elevators in and out of the station. It is not convenient to bring children if you pull luggage. There is an elevator at Akasaka Mitsuke Station.
5. The hotel is good in all aspects. But the only bad thing is the open bathroom design, there is no door that can be pushed and pulled. This is where you come out of the shower, there is no way to cover it. For two men living in a double bed together, they can only wear clothes inside after bathing. But this loses the meaning of wet and dry separation. And the shower door is completely transparent. When you take a shower, your friends will wash your hands and see you wash. So it is inconvenient for business travel. Because the design of the hotel is actually closer to the type of business hotel. At least this type of open bathroom has been done by many hotel chains, but almost all have sliding doors. It can be fully open or fully closed.
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