The facilities are old, but there were few accommodations, so it was not a big problem, and instead the room was larger than the usual Japanese hotel. It was pleasant! However, if you are sensitive to the bathroom water pressure or shower is rather weak and old, it would be good to take a portable shower? The location was easy to transfer because there was a Mita line right in front of you. It was not uncomfortable because it was 2-30 Street everywhere and most of all, I saw it without Tokyo Tower circle. It's so pretty every time I see ㅠ I was satisfied enough to want to stay again next time. There is also Lawson in the basement, so I have a good rest 👍
Great location & great view on the Tokyo Tower from the room. Great services provided. High water pressure. Big room. Big & comfortable bed. The worst part is, too many ************** people. Too dangerous to have them staying at the same hotel with us. Some of them are too selfish & wear no mask. Too bad also the internet access in my room is not so stable. I’ve to pull the table & reset the router myself every time when I back from outside.
Featuring 3-star accommodation, 2269AZAVU is located in Tokyo, 600 metres from Juban Inari Shrine and less than 1 km from Daiho-ji Temple. This 3-star hotel offers room service, a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi. The property is 2 km from the city centre and 700 metres from Kimichan Statue. Guests at the hotel can enjoy an American breakfast. Popular points of interest near 2269AZAVU include Kenso-ji Temple, Sony Music Roppongi Museum and Senko-ji Temple. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda Airport, 13 km from the accommodation.
Japanese hotel rooms are generally thin, but the hotel rooms are spacious and convenient, with two subway stations walking distance of five to ten minutes. The rooms are clean and the towel toilets feel clean.
This is the second time I have stayed at this hotel in Japan. It is very convenient to go to Tokyo Haneda Airport. It takes only 30 minutes by monorail and the fare is only 490 yen. The transportation is very convenient. Check-in is very welcoming, with Chinese service, you can choose from a wide range of women's cleaning products. The deluxe king room is relatively large and can be opened. Reminded that the hotel has been renamed Richmond Hotel.
Since it is located in downtown Tokyo, it seems inevitable that the room is small.
Still, it's clean and good for a short stay. It is a good hotel for the price.
The staff are really friendly and the breakfast is not bad.
The location is the best as everything is close to Tokyo Tower, subway station, convenience store, etc.
Located in the heart of Tokyo this hotel is like a home away from home. Built in 2020, the facilities are modern and very clean.
Our unit included kitchen with induction range, large fridge, microwave oven, toaster, pots/pans, cutlery and crockery.
Reception was friendly and helpful.
It is far better than some of the Tokyo’s older 4 star hotels. Highly recommend!
The experience is very good, the hotel is new enough, the view is invincible, and Trip.com has given too low a rating.
Service, sanitary conditions are very ok, transportation is also very convenient, there is a subway line downstairs, if you take a taxi, it is very close to Ginza and cbd.
Breakfast has Japanese and Western options, basically tried. All done well.
Featuring 3-star accommodation, KEIKYU EX INN Hamamatsucho Daimon-Station is located in Tokyo, less than 1 km from Hibiya Shrine and a 14-minute walk from Seishoji Temple. Featuring a restaurant, the 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. The property is less than 1 km from Shinbashi Shiogama Shrine, and within 2.5 km of the city centre. All rooms in the hotel are fitted with a kettle. Guest rooms in KEIKYU EX INN Hamamatsucho Daimon-Station are equipped with a flat-screen TV and free toiletries. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a continental breakfast. Speaking English and Japanese at the 24-hour front desk, staff are ready to help around the clock. Popular points of interest near KEIKYU EX INN Hamamatsucho Daimon-Station include Sakurada Park, Italy Park and Shimbashi Station. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda Airport, 13 km from the hotel.
The Grand was positioned as a hotel one rank higher than the ordinary Villa Fontaine, and was luxurious and the grade of the guest room was high.
The location is directly connected to Roppongi Station and is very accessible without getting wet in the rain.
It's right in the middle between Akasaka and Roppongi.
If you have a purpose in Roppongi 1-chome, I highly recommend it.
There is no amenities in the room, but I was able to receive it in the lobby. I was happy with bathing agents and packs. After using the toilet in the room, I was a little worried when I went to bed that the sound of water was heard as potatoes. But it was good that the sound stopped after time!
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.
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.
The price is very high, the washing machine in the room is very convenient, and the surrounding shopping is also convenient. I have lived for a month and am very satisfied. It is also convenient to go out and play. I will choose to live here in the future.
I was able to stay cheaply on the first day of the three consecutive holidays.
Above all, the location was good, and I was satisfied with the moderate service that I did not overdo it!
The building certainly feels old, so the cleanliness is inferior to that of a modern hotel, but the atmosphere of the room was cute and refurbished in an antique style, and even the bathroom was refurbished in a marble style.
I stayed in a single room, but I think it's the size of a typical business hotel.
A convenience store is also nearby, and Shibuya station is a short walk away.
I took a taxi from Omotesando for 750 yen.
It was very helpful that you lent me an umbrella.
It's enough for work or when traveling to Tokyo where you don't need luxury.
I think I will use it again (^^)
An wonderful experience in R&B Hotel in Hachioji! Thank you so much to everyone who work there!
Everything very clean, very polite and quiet!
The personnel is very proffesional. Everything is explained in english or with images. If don't, they have patience and amability to explain and to understand everything. On the reception exist even a portable smart voice translator.
The hotel is in the center of Hachioji, near Keio Hachioji station ( 1 min ) and near Hahioji North station (5 min). In the street it is Familly Mart, 7eleven, Lawson, McDonalds, Mister Donnut, etc. from where you can get everything for eating, living ... The breakfast is offered by the Hotel - very good taste ( coffe, bread, tea, orange juice ).
If you leave the north exit of Otsuka Station, there is a hotel in front of you. It is close to the downtown area where restaurants are lined up, and the location is not the best. I'm glad to have a welcome drink coffee. Breakfast is free with bread and boiled *, soup ３ types, etc. I think it's enough if you don't ask for luxury. The room (single) feels a bit narrow and there is no closet, but if you don't ask for ”relax in the room” just by sleeping, there is no problem. However, it was inconvenient that there was no outlet on the pillow.
The subway station is 300 meters away. On the way to the hotel, there are 4 convenience stores, 3 chain restaurants, and a kebab. Downstairs is Domino's Pizza, nearby McDonald's, KFC, Starbucks, and izakaya. The room is not bad, not just aisle between bed and table.
Very nice hotel with good location and perfect surrounding facilities. I will come again.
Close to Meiji Jingumae and Harajuku Station, the location is very convenient for traveling. I was worried about the noise because it was right next to the railroad tracks, but it wasn't noisy at all, and the view of the subway passing by and the background of Yoyogi Stadium matched well, and the view was tasteful. Above all, there was a clean large public bath, so I had a very healing time. The free ramen available from 9:30 p.m. is also nice. Willing to use again next time.
I read a hotel I was looking for. I have been to Tokyo in the 1990s and I am familiar with the Takadanobaba Station. The hotel is near the station. The hotel is next to Waseda University. I am really impressed that I will find such foreign style The hotel. Enjoyed everything. I ca n’t write it. I wrote down my detailed feelings, geographic location, traffic, etc. into a photo and put it in the picture. for reference. So later Tokyo only lived here!
I liked it very much after using it once, and since then I always stay at this hotel when I go to Tokyo. Of course I became a member. Best of all, it's new and very clean. It's in a good location, 5 minutes from Tokyo Station on the Sobu Rapid Line, and yet the price is reasonable. is as high as 10% and includes breakfast.
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!
Very good value for money hotel, the traffic in Meguro is very convenient. There are many places for breakfast and dinner around the hotel, and it is more suitable for children with this hotel. The room is not big.
If it weren't for the fact that the luggage was too big to carry, I really didn't want to live here for so long. I cleaned it every seven days, and the garbage generated every day had to be brought to the door before ten o'clock, and all the things I needed had to go to the front desk of the hotel to ask for it. Some of the waiters are not very good in English, and they all rely on translation software. Late check-out charges 1,000 yen and can only be extended for two hours
What I was worried about was the smell of cigarettes permeating the room.
For women, happy amenities are available at the front desk from cleansing to beauty oils, so there is no need for a staying set.
I want to use it again.
Although I felt that the location was remote and there was no convenience store nearby. After slowly fumbled, I found that the hotel was close to the new Yutuyu store, about 5 minutes away. Then it was convenient for Akihabara or other places. The room can be opened to a luggage, and Tokyo is relatively small. The hotel is close to accommodation, so it is quiet and comfortable. Hotel staff are working hard to communicate in English to help passengers! 👍🏻
P.S is like a former public housing, but the facilities are good enough!
I stayed for the previous night because the flight the next day was early in the morning. I will describe 5 points that were good and 3 points that I noticed. ■ good point (1) The location was good It is a few minutes walk from Keikyu Kamata station. The location is very good. I think there is a big suitcase that doesn't bite. (2) Amenities were neat Some business hotels have cheap amenities, but this amenities were neat. I smelled very good, such as shampoo. (3) There was a smoking room It was an essential condition for a smoker. It was difficult to relax while smoking slowly in the room. (4) There was an outlet on the pillow Some hotels have only outlets around the desk, but this hotel had a proper outlet on the pillow. It was very convenient because I was able to lie down and use my smartphone while charging. (5) There was a microwave oven in the shared space. It was important to warm the celery purchased at dinner. Some rooms seem to have household appliances such as microwave ovens in the rooms. ■ Note that (1) There was no morning call service When I asked for a morning call the next morning at check-in, I was refused to be able to do it at the front desk at first. It may be a risk hedge to avoid trouble with guests when the morning call doesn't ring. However, I felt a little unkind to refuse a morning call at the front desk of a business hotel. (2) The light outside was a corner room. There was no thick curtain in the window in the room, and it was only blind. So the lights outside leaked in the middle of the night. When I went to bed, it was a little bright even if I turned off all the electricity in the room. (3) The room is quite small The price was 4000 yen per night, no bus, only a shower room. I was prepared to some extent, but it was still a narrow impression. It is suitable for the price. It was the best to spread one suitcase for in-flight bring. I think it would be better to check the number of square rice in the room when booking if you have a large suitcase. Overall it was a satisfactory hotel. I would like to use it in the previous night.
There is no breakfast in all the hotels and no extra beds. If the children are very young, they can share the same bed under two years old. The older ones can’t. The hotel is very close to the railway station. The hotel does not have a parking lot, but there is one on the opposite side. It's still very clean, there is no noise, except that it is small or small, it is small 😂
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
The hotel is located within 5mins walking distance from shimbashi Station. Also 5 mins walking distance to many local restaurants . The hotel building is very new and interior is like a 5 star hotel! The lobby is super spacious ! the room is modern and new! Stunning view from the room both day and night because all rooms are on 21/F or above !! Highly recommended! Will definitely come again !
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)
Close to the station, large room, clean!
Very good hotel.
I thought it was only in front of the station, so I failed at check-in.
Why aren't you pushing that there are two MyStays in Gotanda?
It's a pity that there is no laundry.
I thought it would be free to use.
I enjoyed the amenity bar. I left the room type to you, but I am satisfied with the spaciousness of the twin room. Air conditioning is just right too. Ningyocho Station is also close and convenient, but it's a pity that it's a little out of my living area.
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 is a type that the elevator operates with a card key.
It's a little far from JR Akihabara Station, but the Marunouchi Subway Line is close, and the surrounding environment is quiet. There is a Family Mart on the 1st floor and a supermarket in front of you, so you can buy things.
The Chinese restaurant in the neighborhood was cheap and the volume was delicious.
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.