Hotels Near La Jiro In Nanao

2.9/513 Reviews
4.71km from La Jiro
It's enough just to stay. It is close to the station and has a parking lot. Convenience store is also close.
FromUS$63
4.6/5Outstanding14 Reviews
8.87km from La Jiro
The scenery inside and outside the hotel is very beautiful, the rooms and hot springs face the Sea of Japan, and the content of breakfast and dinner is quite rich. It's just that the sky is already bright at 3:00 in the morning, and the sky is not completely dark at 19:00, resulting in insufficient sleep time.
FromUS$274
3.5/55 Reviews
8.98km from La Jiro
As you get passed the gate, our guests will see the elegant corridors of our hotel. We are a beautiful Japanese-style hotel with all guest rooms and large communal bath facing the sea.
FromUS$219
3/52 Reviews
9.03km from La Jiro
"Business Hotel Over the Yanzhuang has Japanese-style rooms and Western-style rooms, you can experience the feeling of the resort. Please relax after the hard work.We offer healthy Chinese dishes prepared by Chinese chefs. Refreshing and not greasy, welcome to the store to taste."
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5/5Perfect6 Reviews
9.09km from La Jiro
予約サイトやホームページに源泉掛け流しと書いてあったが、実際には加水加温循環でした。浴槽の中もあまり綺麗ではなく、露天もないのでゆっくり入る気になれない。 食事は刺身の舟盛りは美味しかったが、デザートまで一気にテーブルに並べられていたり、内容の説明が一切無かったりとホスピタリティは感じられなかった。 和室の窓に雨戸などがなく、間仕切りも無いため寝る時に街頭の明かりなどでうっすら明るく寝づらい。車の音なども良く聞こえる。 チェックアウトの時も、またお越し下さいなどの言葉もなく宿側がすでにリピーター獲得など諦めている感じ。
FromUS$219
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
9.2km from La Jiro
- beautiful and welcoming staff, limited English but exceptionally welcoming regardless - lovey ocean view ryokan rooms - incredible Japanese food, a real authentic experience - onsen is very clean and relaxing looking out over the ocean - super comfy - free transfer bus from the airport. A truly wonderful experience
FromUS$298
3.9/59 Reviews
9.26km from La Jiro
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Wakura Onsen, Hanagoyomi Hotel promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Hanagoyomi Hotel. Air conditioning, heating, wake-up service, mini bar, television LCD/plasma screen can be found in selected guestrooms. The hotel's peaceful atmosphere extends to its recreational facilities which include spa, garden. Discover all Ishikawa has to offer by making Hanagoyomi Hotel your base.
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4.8/5Outstanding11 Reviews
9.38km from La Jiro
The hotel is not far from the Wakura Onsen Station. The driver will greet the guests at the platform with the flag of the hotel name in the afternoon. After checking the name and number of people, they will drive to the hotel, about 5 minutes drive. The hotel is located by the sea, not far from the hotel is the famous Kagaya, there is also a marina nearby. The hotel is not far from the total soup, there is a free soup at the entrance of the total soup. Not far from the east side of the hotel, there is a wife-in-law soup that is close to the sea. It is free to open, and it is very pleasant to blow a sea breeze. The hotel is also expected to have an open air in the sea, and it is better to blow the sea breeze. The Japanese-style room with breakfast and dinner, dinner and breakfast are all Japanese-style set menus. It is very rich and tastes good! The hotel has a Chinese speaking staff. The next morning, the sea saw the sunrise at sea, very beautiful! The hotel's service is good, although most of the waiters will only be in Japanese.
FromUS$86
4.7/5Outstanding19 Reviews
9.44km from La Jiro
Environment, service is amazing! There is a JR station shuttle service! Love the open-air hot spring facing the sea! Included dinner, breakfast is rich and delicious! Recommended! Is the price a little expensive!
FromUS$343
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
9.44km from La Jiro
Property Location With a stay at Ryotei Hamanasu in Nanao, you'll be just steps from Noto Peninsula and Shikanosato Onsen. This property is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Akasaki Onsen and 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Wakura Onsen Seaside Park.
FromUS$179
4.3/5Excellent13 Reviews
9.45km from La Jiro
This onsen is a five star facility that costs about $900 for an overnight stay that includes dinner and breakfast. We typically wouldn’t stay in a hotel like this, but we’re seniors and decided to splurge. The hotel is not much to look at from the outside. It’s a 5-story building on an ocean inlet that looks more like a large lake than the ocean. There are no waves. The lobby is luxurious and there is a museum collection on display throughout. There are soft chairs and white leather couches facing the water and when you arrive, you’re served tea or coffee while you are told about the onsen. The view across the tended garden and ornamental trees to the water is breathtaking. We decided to experience a traditional tea ceremony in a small adjacent historic building that was moved to its current location. The ceremony was filled with interesting ritual, and fortunately a friend of ours translated and elaborated on the ancient practice which made it even more enjoyable. In our 12-tatami mat twin room, we were given 3 sets of traditional Japanese clothing that we could wear anyplace within the onsen. Our room was about 400 sq. feet with a large screen flat screen television, a modern massage chair, and a well-stocked refrigerator (all drinks in the room, bar, and served with meals were included in our all-inclusive package). The bathroom included a Toto toilet, a deep soaking tub, and a shower within the tub room. A narrow balcony ran along the front of the room facing the sea, not wide enough for a table or a chair, but a place to breathe very fresh air in the morning and to watch the sunrise. The onsen has separate hot baths for men and women, and each has both an inside an outside bathing area as well as a dry sauna. The baths are luxurious with dressing areas, lockers, and showering stations well equipped with soaps, lotions, towels, etc. Outside of the bath area, there are individual stations for grooming, shaving (razors are provided), etc. The two exquisitely presented meals were served to us in a separate private dining area. Dinner was about 9 courses consisting of many items in each course, and our server explained what each item was. Breakfast was equally involved, with about about 7 items and a large pot of rice. The Japanese food is excellent, varied, and served elegantly. We had a memorable experience and we’re glad we decided to have the experience. I only have one complaint – the staff we encountered was usually not fluent in English and we felt that we might have understood more about the culture had there been more English speakers available.
FromUS$619
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
9.49km from La Jiro
Set in the Wakura Onsen district in Nanao, 9 km from Notojima Glass Art Museum, Freedom2 features free WiFi access and free private parking.Some rooms have a seating area where you can relax.There is luggage storage space at the property.You can play billiards at the hostel. The hostel also offers bike hire. Twin Bridge Noto is 6 km from Freedom2, while Notojima Aquarium is 9 km from the property. Komatsu Airport is 90 km away.
FromUS$24

Hotels Near La Jiro In Nanao Review

4.6/514 Reviews
Ever since I read the book, I finally got the plane train coming. It’s really far, the room is Japanese, oversized, a living room equivalent to China, a small tea room, and a separate bed room. Sliding door, can sleep six people, my husband and I chose the bed of the living room on the first night, feel it, very quiet and sleep very deep, room breakfast and dinner are eaten in the room, I have eaten the best The Kaiseki cuisine is delicious, the shrimp is delicious, the room room manager has been serving, the smile is sweet, there is a performance at night, although the atmosphere is very good, there is a street in the hotel to buy a gift. Everywhere you can see art, and flower arrangements, there is also a bouquet of flowers in the room. When you walk, you will see the three treasurers and the room administrators, and the treasurer will go to the car to thank you! In the photo is the room manager!
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FromUS$520
4.2/510 Reviews
- beautiful and welcoming staff, limited English but exceptionally welcoming regardless - lovey ocean view ryokan rooms - incredible Japanese food, a real authentic experience - onsen is very clean and relaxing looking out over the ocean - super comfy - free transfer bus from the airport. A truly wonderful experience
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FromUS$298
4.7/519 Reviews
Environment, service is amazing! There is a JR station shuttle service! Love the open-air hot spring facing the sea! Included dinner, breakfast is rich and delicious! Recommended! Is the price a little expensive!
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FromUS$343
4.8/511 Reviews
The hotel is not far from the Wakura Onsen Station. The driver will greet the guests at the platform with the flag of the hotel name in the afternoon. After checking the name and number of people, they will drive to the hotel, about 5 minutes drive. The hotel is located by the sea, not far from the hotel is the famous Kagaya, there is also a marina nearby. The hotel is not far from the total soup, there is a free soup at the entrance of the total soup. Not far from the east side of the hotel, there is a wife-in-law soup that is close to the sea. It is free to open, and it is very pleasant to blow a sea breeze. The hotel is also expected to have an open air in the sea, and it is better to blow the sea breeze. The Japanese-style room with breakfast and dinner, dinner and breakfast are all Japanese-style set menus. It is very rich and tastes good! The hotel has a Chinese speaking staff. The next morning, the sea saw the sunrise at sea, very beautiful! The hotel's service is good, although most of the waiters will only be in Japanese.
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FromUS$86
4.3/513 Reviews
This onsen is a five star facility that costs about $900 for an overnight stay that includes dinner and breakfast. We typically wouldn’t stay in a hotel like this, but we’re seniors and decided to splurge. The hotel is not much to look at from the outside. It’s a 5-story building on an ocean inlet that looks more like a large lake than the ocean. There are no waves. The lobby is luxurious and there is a museum collection on display throughout. There are soft chairs and white leather couches facing the water and when you arrive, you’re served tea or coffee while you are told about the onsen. The view across the tended garden and ornamental trees to the water is breathtaking. We decided to experience a traditional tea ceremony in a small adjacent historic building that was moved to its current location. The ceremony was filled with interesting ritual, and fortunately a friend of ours translated and elaborated on the ancient practice which made it even more enjoyable. In our 12-tatami mat twin room, we were given 3 sets of traditional Japanese clothing that we could wear anyplace within the onsen. Our room was about 400 sq. feet with a large screen flat screen television, a modern massage chair, and a well-stocked refrigerator (all drinks in the room, bar, and served with meals were included in our all-inclusive package). The bathroom included a Toto toilet, a deep soaking tub, and a shower within the tub room. A narrow balcony ran along the front of the room facing the sea, not wide enough for a table or a chair, but a place to breathe very fresh air in the morning and to watch the sunrise. The onsen has separate hot baths for men and women, and each has both an inside an outside bathing area as well as a dry sauna. The baths are luxurious with dressing areas, lockers, and showering stations well equipped with soaps, lotions, towels, etc. Outside of the bath area, there are individual stations for grooming, shaving (razors are provided), etc. The two exquisitely presented meals were served to us in a separate private dining area. Dinner was about 9 courses consisting of many items in each course, and our server explained what each item was. Breakfast was equally involved, with about about 7 items and a large pot of rice. The Japanese food is excellent, varied, and served elegantly. We had a memorable experience and we’re glad we decided to have the experience. I only have one complaint – the staff we encountered was usually not fluent in English and we felt that we might have understood more about the culture had there been more English speakers available.
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FromUS$619
4.6/514 Reviews
The scenery inside and outside the hotel is very beautiful, the rooms and hot springs face the Sea of Japan, and the content of breakfast and dinner is quite rich. It's just that the sky is already bright at 3:00 in the morning, and the sky is not completely dark at 19:00, resulting in insufficient sleep time.
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FromUS$274
2.9/513 Reviews
It's enough just to stay. It is close to the station and has a parking lot. Convenience store is also close.
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FromUS$63
5/56 Reviews
予約サイトやホームページに源泉掛け流しと書いてあったが、実際には加水加温循環でした。浴槽の中もあまり綺麗ではなく、露天もないのでゆっくり入る気になれない。 食事は刺身の舟盛りは美味しかったが、デザートまで一気にテーブルに並べられていたり、内容の説明が一切無かったりとホスピタリティは感じられなかった。 和室の窓に雨戸などがなく、間仕切りも無いため寝る時に街頭の明かりなどでうっすら明るく寝づらい。車の音なども良く聞こえる。 チェックアウトの時も、またお越し下さいなどの言葉もなく宿側がすでにリピーター獲得など諦めている感じ。
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FromUS$219
4.7/5914 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
The city center is very close to Ginza. It is also very convenient to take the airport bus. It can be reached in 6-8 minutes. The lobby is on the 3rd floor and there is a special Chinese service. However, the room is really small. So I chose the hotel in the center of the city, I feel pretty good, it is still worth recommending! There is Suxuan Garden nearby, and I ate the most expensive barbecue!
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FromUS$50
4.3/5443 Reviews
Shinjuku
Size of the room type: Considering the price point, it can be considered in Shinjuku area. After all, you can't expect a large area of 20-30 square meters for a few hundred blocks. By the way, if the luggage is too large, it may not be easy to expand. Transportation: It is close to the subway station Shinjuku Sanchome, but it is not particularly close. You need to walk a long way. There are various undocumented inside houses. Unfortunately, foreigners dare not look into it. It seems that there is no other comment on living at high levels at night It ’s so noisy, and the sound insulation of the room has not been actually tested, anyway, it is quite satisfactory From the perspective of personal travel, overall is pretty good
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FromUS$37
4.7/5952 Reviews
The hotel location is very good, the traffic is very convenient, two subway stations are just outside the door, there are a lot of eating and shopping in the next two or three business districts, there is a shopping mall diagonally opposite, there is a Chinese restaurant on the ground floor, the cost is very high, the taste is also very good . The breakfast in the hotel itself is very good. There are three places to eat. The western breakfast on the top floor is the best, followed by the western food on the Lobby floor. The Japanese breakfast on the Lobby floor is exquisite but not full. The room is clean and hygienic. The area for two adults with one child is large enough. The bed is wide enough. The large bed is 2 meters wide. The garden inside the hotel is very beautiful, the garden is a standard Japanese garden, and there is an artificial waterfall. Generally speaking, it is very suitable for parent-child travel!
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FromUS$132
4.5/5558 Reviews
Shinjuku
I stayed for consecutive nights because of the corona vaccination being carried out at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. It has been used several times It is a beautiful hotel with no complaints. Cleaning is also perfect. This time the outside scenery was not good in the room, but it was good because I could relax in the room slowly. You can stay cheaply and get rid of the tiredness of work, which is really helpful. I look forward to working with you next month.
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FromUS$65
4.6/5775 Reviews
Shinjuku
The location of the hotel is about five or six minutes walk from the south exit of Shinjuku Station. The view on the high floors is good. Nishi-Shinjuku buildings are unobstructed. The front desk service is very nice. When checking in, I said お tired れ様です and handed over the towel. The room was not big but enough The only small flaw that feels pretty good with cleaning is that the window is not particularly large, but overall the price/performance ratio is already super high
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FromUS$62
4.7/51003 Reviews
Tokyo Tower Area
The room is arranged on the 18th floor, facing the Tokyo Tower. It’s so happy 🥳...The breakfast is on the 33rd floor. It is not luxurious and exquisite. Facing the tower view, I feel comfortable and have a great appetite! There are Tokyo Tower, parks, gardens, and Zojoji Temple, the tomb of General Tokugawa’s family, so adults and children can stroll around. The room facilities are very pleasant: not to mention the separation of dry and wet, the bathtub and the shower are separated, and it feels great!
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FromUS$232
4.6/51450 Reviews
Shinjuku
Many places have been amazed by just staying in this hotel for two days. Needless to say, the hygiene of most hotels in Japan is very good. The charm of this hotel is that the service is really good, whether it is the staff at the service counter or the reception staff at the door, they treat any guest with a smile on their faces and politely. I remember when I checked in, the young lady who received me talked and laughed with me with a smile on her face. The service was superb. And there is also a service to deliver food to the room, especially during the epidemic, it is very convenient without having to go out to eat. The cost of meals is a bit expensive, and the taste depends on personal preference. It looks more delicate. I have ordered some meals, they taste great and they taste very satisfying.
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FromUS$123
4.6/53666 Reviews
Shinjuku
The location of the hotel is very good, it is very convenient to eat and buy things. The twin room was quite large and there were no problems with the two boxes tiled on the floor. Close to Shinjuku subway exit. Take the subway from the east exit or exit 13B, you can basically go straight to the hotel. Getting to and from the airport is also easy and convenient. Take the JR NEX directly to the airport. It's super convenient to go to Kamakura by Odakyu
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FromUS$91
4.5/5246 Reviews
Shibuya
Taking my mother to Tokyo, choosing this hotel is really convenient. The traffic is right at Shibuya intersection, next to 109 department stores, and across the road from Hachiko exit. Convenient transportation, Yamanote Line, Subway Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line, and even Yokohama also go directly to Yokohama Express, eliminating the need to take your mother to walk with luggage on the road to find, 1 hour from Haneda to the hotel, It takes about two and a half hours. This is the second time I have lived, and I will stay here anyway.
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FromUS$71
4.3/5163 Reviews
Cleanliness Top class with no holes. However, I didn't know the location and the extension number of the front desk for air conditioning during the night, so when I called with my cell phone, the cleaner mistakenly said that I was checking out or I couldn't call the front desk from the room. The staff, who were as ignorant as I thought, responded. Elevators are also not recommended as we do not know the entrance to the elevators to the lower and upper floors at all.
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FromUS$511
4.7/5634 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
I mentioned to concierge that I went to Tokyo to celebrate my birthday. I hope I can book at the Shuriyobashi Jiro Main Store and try my best to book a birthday lunch at Roppongi branch. I ’m still very happy. As soon as I entered the room, I saw the hotel prepared for me. Birthday cake is so delicious! Very heartwarming service, the rooms are large and the facilities are luxurious and complete! The concierge service is too professional and kind, the mission must be reached!
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FromUS$498
4.8/5230 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
Environment, service, and sanitation are first-rate. I do n’t have to say the location. I really like the design of the room. It ’s the Japanese style I chose for breakfast. I did n’t have enough to eat. I used a bowl of porridge until afternoon tea. I had to make a reservation by the window in advance. Replaced with a jewelry box. One of the small improvements is that we can't check in at less than three o'clock when we check in. We recommend to go out and go around. In the winter, we wait outside at three o'clock as a first-class hotel and we have not arranged a warm and comfortable waiting area. The bed looks uneven from the surface. Uneven
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FromUS$823
4.8/5714 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
I don't know how to evaluate this hotel. The good places are very good, and the strange places are also very strange ... The hotel is in a good location, very close to Ginza, the front desk service is very good, and one day breakfast voucher is also presented. There are four restaurants for breakfast, American, French, Japanese and cafeteria, with slightly different opening hours. We went to the cafeteria on the 17th floor. The dishes were very rich. The ending time was a little early, and it ended at 9:30. The room is slightly small and the bathroom is not separated from wet and dry. Facilities are average, and health is good. The overall service is very good, but also encountered a small episode, knocking on the door to clean in the morning, before we go out, we said to clean an hour later. But after a while someone rang the doorbell, and it took only a few seconds. I didn't respond. A guy swiped in directly, took two bottles of water, and stayed in so many hotels. At least make sure that no one in the room swipes in again! I didn't apologize for seeing us in the room! I thought I gave two bottles of water before we went out, so I took the water out. I didn't expect to come back at night and found that there was no more water for cleaning. I did n’t understand this operation ... and we ate the instant noodle bowl Because of the soup in it, it was not thrown into the trash can, placed on the table, and was not cleaned up. Called to ask the reason, and explained that we thought we would eat again, but there was only a bite of soup in the instant noodle bowl. At first glance, it was garbage. Who would eat it? So I want to know where to throw the bowl next time if I eat instant noodles? Or does the hotel's regulations only take away in the trash? Due to the above problems, especially if someone in the room swipes the card directly to enter the door, it affects the check-in experience. Overall pretty good ~
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FromUS$355
4.7/5403 Reviews
This year it became a global pandemic and had an impact on my work, so I booked a luxury hotel as a reward for myself. The view of the restaurant and bar was as nice as a movie. He always took care of me when I had a meal, and gave me explanations and conversations. Even at the buffet breakfast alone, they communicated until the end of the day, such as "How was it? Did you have anything missing?" Thank you for a pleasant time. I also learned a lot as an edge of the service industry. I also wanted to stay.
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FromUS$1,308
4.6/5512 Reviews
Haneda Airport/Kamata
The hotel's location is very convenient, just on the departure floor of the International Departure Terminal of Haneda Airport. After reading other reviews, some said it was at counter L and some said it was at counter J. Go directly to the N check-in counter (the innermost one) on the departure floor, and then at the end of the counter is the hotel entrance. See Figures 1, 2, and 3. The front desk of the hotel is on this floor, then take the elevator to the floor where the room is located. The hotel is much larger than I expected. The 2nd to 7th floors of this terminal are all hotel rooms. The room is not big, but it is not too small. Because the child is not charged, there are only 2 beds that are put together. Slippers and pillows are for two people, you can go to the front desk and ask for another. Although the rooms are small, they are fully equipped and have bathtubs. The hotel's breakfast is said to be good, but it doesn't open until 6 o'clock. On our 8 o'clock flight, we didn't order breakfast. The restaurant also serves dinner. There are many other restaurants in the terminal, as well as fast food like Yoshinoya. If you have nothing to do, you can go to the observation deck to watch the plane take off and land. The walls and windows of the room were well soundproofed, and the sound of the plane taking off and landing was completely audible, but the soundproofing of the door was poor, and the sound of the corridor was clear. Overall, it is very suitable for people who fly early.
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FromUS$113
4.9/5166 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
It was the most wonderful hotel stay experience. The hotel was booked by me temporarily. If I had to add an extra bed, I immediately agreed and asked about the arrival time. The hotel is directly opposite Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace. The scenery is unobstructed, and it is worth a day to sit on the sofa. The waiter in the lobby bar is very enthusiastic, but unfortunately the window is full, otherwise the wine and wine are invincible. Since I had to catch the early flight to return home, I went to the front desk and asked if I could cancel the breakfast. I didn't think that the young lady at the front desk could let us eat directly in the room after communication. Just inform the package type in advance and there is no extra charge. This service is simply intimate. Room service is available twice in this hotel and once in the evening around 8:30. The only downside is the semi-buffet breakfast in the hotel, not many choices
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FromUS$347
4.6/5596 Reviews
Odaiba
Four hotels in Tokyo trip, this is the cheapest, but I am the most satisfied! Odaiba is so comfortable and beautiful, you can buy a lot of daily necessities and children's things freely. There is no need to line up for eating places, and it is delicious! I could open two large suitcases on the ground floor of the hotel room. The service staff was very good and did my best. I went to Japan three times and stayed at more than ten hotels, which are more expensive than here, but this is the only thing I would want to come back.
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FromUS$490
4.7/51059 Reviews
Suidobashi/Tokyo Dome
The room booked this time did not include breakfast. I saw that breakfast was very rich when passing by. The facilities are complete and the service attitude has not been said. It is really good. The room size is average. The price is 800 yuan. It can't be too bright. The location is good. It is a 5-minute walk from both Iidabashi Station and Suidobashi Station. The hotel's Rosen convenience store and the family across the street are convenient for breakfast. Another two minutes walk from Suidobashi Station is the Tokyo Dome. There is also a great value shack in the Shake Shack. It is very convenient to go to Sensoji Temple, Sky Tree, Ueno Park, museums, etc. It is just over an hour to Narita Airport.
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FromUS$58
4.7/51381 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
The location is very good and the shopping is very convenient. The transportation is convenient. The subway is on the right hand side when you go out. Both Narita and Haneda airports are very convenient. I read someone's introduction. The airport booked a shuttle bus to and from Limousine. The ticket office was on the way out. Below the photo, 4500 round-trips. The return trip needs to be confirmed. The return journey is at the Courtyard Marriott. 6 minutes. So there is no chance to experience the train and it should be very convenient. The only drawback of buses is that there are some traffic jams during peak hours. The subway / train may be faster with less luggage. The rooms are satisfactory, not small, clean, the staff is very friendly, and breakfast is ok. The disadvantage is that breakfast is the same for two days, it is estimated that staying a few more days will be blocked; there are more than 10 channels on TV, and none of them can be seen.
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FromUS$66
4.8/5177 Reviews
Robbongi
The hotel has a parking lot with a paid 6000 yen a day. There is no limit on the number of entrances and exits. You can drive directly to the entrance of the first floor of the hotel. There is a valet parking service. The time is 24 hours after the time you first stopped. Hours, if it is slightly more than it is necessary to add fees, it is quite expensive, please pay attention. The hotel is located in the mid-town of Roppongi, the high-end CBD is bustling, and there are many shops and restaurants around. The hotel is directly connected to the mall, so I basically don't eat the hotel's breakfast in Japan, because there are too many choices outside. This time I live on the 48th floor, the view is superb, and I can take a bird's eye view of Tokyo. After getting up in the morning, I went to the gym on the 46th floor. The gym provided towels, bananas and bottled water, and the equipment was also relatively high-end. Looking at the view from the window, the feeling of exercise is great. Hotel room facilities may look older than the newly opened five-star hotel in the country, but after all, it is the Ritz, not going to be bad. I am very satisfied with the attitude and quality of the service staff. I am very happy to help them make some reservations. I have almost never had my own luggage and like this service.
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FromUS$399
4.6/5480 Reviews
Ueno/Asakusa
I chose a plan with breakfast. Look forward to the famous buffet, stay overnight, and go to the buffet-style breakfast with the new coronavirus. It seems to be a buffet day and night. If breakfast isn't a buffet, I think it would be strange if you didn't mention it somewhere. No matter where you look in the hotel, there is no mention that it has changed from the buffet breakfast. There is no guidance at check-in, and there is no description on the reservation site. The result was that I could understand it for the first time when I saw it on the day. I'm selling breakfast, so I think it needs to be explained properly. I wasn't convinced.
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FromUS$55
4.6/51441 Reviews
Ikebukuro commercial
I have stayed at quite a few hotels so far, but the location, facilities and services have made me the most satisfying stay. It may be because it is a corona, but it has a good balance with the price, and the employees are very polite, and they can trust and entrust various things. Since I am a musician, the existence of the practice room in the basement was also very useful. There is nothing to say if the tuning is done regularly, but it seems that there are not many users, so I can not say luxury.
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FromUS$46