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      4.8/54 Reviews
      4.8/5Outstanding4 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |2-chome-13-16 Akasaka
      The interior design, and services, and the outdoor areas are exceptionally high quality. We were lucky to have a room with an external bathing area - book this kind if possible! The beauty products provided are excellent quality, with 4 different face cleansing, toning and moisturising in fragranced and non-fragranced options. I have to say that having your lover give you a salon style facial treatment while soaking in exquisite bath salts in a marble lined 400L bath made ringing in the New Year both relaxing and romantic! (sI The staff are exceptional too! We felt absolutely welcome as gaijin
      4.7/5336 Reviews
      4.7/5Outstanding336 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.05km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      It’s a new hotel largely meant for business travellers but it works excellently for tourists too. The staff were very well trained and did everything they could to help make our stay comfortable and the place was spotless. Location was great, Akasaka is a nice part of Tokyo, we were three minutes walk from bustling bars and restaurants, one of which served great food at OK prices, we were near three Metro stations and we could walk to the imperial palace from the hotel. Breakfast was quite expensive but worth it. It was heavily Japanese with some leanings to the westerners but we loved the flavours and textures of the Japanese offerings, breakfast here was a great start to the day. An interesting element was the direct connection to a convenience store from the ground level of the hotel and having an Irish pub next door was a plus. It’s a good place to stay if Akasaka is where you want to be.
      4.4/5226 Reviews
      4.4/5Excellent226 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.06km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      Hotel has a pretty good location, walking distance to train stations, plenty of restaurants around, next to a Seven Eleven which is pretty handy for snacks at night. Breakfast was descent although no option of soy or almond milk. Easy check in with a machine and robots which was fun, check out at 11 is good as well. I would stay there again but I would get a room with two beds because there’s not enough if you have more than one baggage.
      3.9/54 Reviews
      3.9/54 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.07km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      Very good location and price. I was able to sleep soundly without worrying about the surrounding noises.
      4.1/514 Reviews
      4.1/5Very Good14 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.08km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      We booked a premium room with breakfast. The room was of good size, enough space for 2 big suitcases and 1 cabin suitcase. Room is nicely decorated. The shower is great, we had shower with great water pressure and a bathtub. The room was a bit noisy as we could hear something which sounded like the air conditioning coming above our room. It didn't prevent us from sleeping though. No window in the room, which can be a little weird and doesn't help with jetlag. The staff is friendly and ready to help. The breakfast was great. We especially loved the potato salad and the vegetables in sesame sauce. Loved the bacon as well. The breakfast selection isn't huge but it's enough and of good quality. The location is very good. 1 min walk from Akasaka station, and 5 min walk from Tameike Sanno. Overall, great boutique hotel, recommended.
      4.1/524 Reviews
      4.1/5Very Good24 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.1km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      2 I stayed, but it is close to Akasaka station of Chiyoda line and from Sanno kusunoki, and there is a Hanamasa, and the water can be bought cheaply. The room was also airy because there was a large window and it was open.
      4.1/540 Reviews
      4.1/5Very Good40 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.13km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      The only reason I give this 4 stars out of 5 is simply because on the 6th floor there is no shower facility! In order to shower you need to catch the lift to the basement where there are only 2 showers available for up to 50 women. Now I’ve managed to find an empty ahower every time I’ve gone however I’m all fresh out of bed in my pjs with my clothes, towel and toiletry bag under my arm in a lift where anyone can jump in from multiple floors including reception on level 2. Ahh mortifying! Now the good bits! This capsule hotel is clean clean clean. The staff are lovely and sweet and a big thumbs up to the cleaning staff who made up my room even when I decided to have a long sleep in on my birthday. They are very patient. There are complimentary products in the bathrooms and showers and also at reception. Reception has items such as shower caps, hair clips, ear plugs, ear phones, lathering shower net sponge things, toothbrushes and mini tooth paste. There ate 2 x drinks vending machines In the basement and a laundry (machine only take 100 yen coins and you will need 4-5 coins to do a load. There are men’s showers and a men’s onsen, and seperate to the is a ladies showers and ladies onsen. For those that have never used and onsen, u all get naked into the bath. Google the rules. Water temp is hot, 40 degrees. U need to go into the room naked (there’s a change room where u store all of your clothes in a container. U enter the onsen (spa bath room) and u must wash all your girly bits thoroughly before getting into the onsen. You can not put ur hair into the onsen water. Ok so back to the capsule hotel itself - use ear plugs! It can get noisy just people unzipping suitcases or crunching plastic bags or even sliding up and down their door blinds. Ear plugs are a must. Beds are firm but bedding, towels, complimentary pajamas and complimentary slippers are changed everyday by the cleaning staff for you. Wear the pjs. The first night I wore just the top and undies and I got cold! Next night I wore the bottoms and slept much better. The capsules have a tv. A light the dims, two power sockets to help charge all our tech gear. And an aircon that only works if your light is turned on. There is also a lockable area within your room for valuables. Your door however does not lock. There is an o room with no door where you can store large luggage and some bike locks if you would like to lock them in. The floor has a toilet and Bathroom area where you can do your hair and make up etc. only thing missing is the showers.
      4.3/5153 Reviews
      4.3/5Excellent153 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.17km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      the hotel is located in a cozy area, in between stations of 2 subway lines, with cafe, pubs and restaurants nearby. everything in this hotel is ‘just enough’ - the size of the room and bathtub isn’t big but just enough, the hot spring area has just the right amount of space to shower and dry the hair, the room doesn’t come with complimentary water but there’s tea and detox water in the lobby. however the fridge in the room turns off itself and overnight food storage is an issue. service is wonderful nevertheless.
      4/5120 Reviews
      4/5Very Good120 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.18km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      Since it is located in the middle of the downtown area of Akasaka, the surroundings are a little miscellaneous at night, and check-in with children is a place where you can feel at ease. The building is in a group of multi-tenant buildings, and the exterior is confusing as a fashion hotel if it is only the appearance. When you enter the building, you will recognize that it is a very ordinary hotel with the smile of the gentle male staff. As the name of the residence suggests, the rooms are well equipped with facilities like residences, so I thought it was suitable for long-term stays. The toilet is also wide 々, and the bathroom has a high-function shower although there is no bathtub. The lighting switches in the room were distributed in various places, so it was a little troublesome when turning off the lights.
      4.2/546 Reviews
      4.2/5Very Good46 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.19km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      I can't spend it comfortably because the facilities are new. I didn't care about cleaning and water discharge. The air cleaner was also in each room and was saved at this time. The desk is also large, the outlet is also 2 on the desk, 1 on the bed. Recently, there are some hotels with chargers, but there are no chargers or USB outlets, so I think it's better to have them if necessary. The room feels like where to spread the suitcase, but there was more space between the bed and the desk than I thought, and there was no problem using it alone. This room seems to be able to stay up to 2 people, but if it is not so big, I don't think the bed feels so tight even for 2 people. There is instant coffee and tea. There is no water. If you stay, you will have free breakfast (6:30~). Muffin, croissant, soup (5 kinds: bean soup, corn soup, consomme, miso soup, etc.), cabbage, mini cutlet, scrambled egg, yogurt, coffee, etc. I don't have to think about breakfast, so I think it's good for 1 days and 2 days. You may get tired of going on 3 days. But it's free. As for the location, I saw it from the exit as soon as I left Akasaka Station 5b exit. It is close. There were supermarkets, convenience stores, stabas, pharmacies, etc., and there were restaurants in the building near TBS, and there were celery and lunch boxes in the basement of the building of ***. Mac, dotol, etc. are also nearby and convenient. Akasaka Mitsuki Station is a little walk compared to Akasaka Station. There were many Chiyoda lines using Akasaka station, so it was the main station of Akasaka station, and it was about to use Akasaka Mitsuki station by route, so there was no problem.
      4.1/543 Reviews
      4.1/5Very Good43 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.22km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      This hotel is lovely. Centrally located, friendly and helpful staff and very clean and comfortable. My wife and kids (ages 10) and I stayed here. The hotel has everything you need. There is laundry, drinks in the lobby and a 711 next door. Very close to subway stations and good restaurants are all around. Room top deck is nice. Highly Recommend. Book with confidence. We'll be back again. Thanks Sui Akasaka!
      4.3/50 Reviews
      4.3/5Excellent0 Reviews
      Akasaka
      Tokyo
      |0.23km from Nurunnji Saranbang
      Well situated in the Minato district of Tokyo, COCOSHUKU AKASAKA Premium is set 400 metres from Akasaka Station, 600 metres from Hundertwasser Millennium Clock and 200 metres from Akasaka Biz Tower Shops & Dining. Each accommodation at the 4-star hotel has city views and free WiFi. The property is 100 metres from Okamura Chair Museum, and within 300 metres of the city centre. The units come with air conditioning, a fridge, a microwave, a kettle, a bidet, free toiletries and a desk. All rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV and bathrobes. Popular points of interest near COCOSHUKU AKASAKA Premium include Akasaka Fudoson Itokuji Temple, Kaishu Katsu & Ryoma Sakamoto Teacher and Student Monument and Turning Hill in Akasaka Monument. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda Airport, 15 km from the accommodation.

      Hotels Near Nurunnji Saranbang In Tokyo Review

      Via Inn Prime Nihonbashi Ningyocho
      4.6/5508 Reviews
      Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
      Tokyo
      |2.06km from city center
      Stayed at this hotel for 3 nights. Overall, the hotel is clean and has all the amenities that a business or couples traveling would need. The rooms are clean, and a good size for Tokyo. The communication with the front desk. Staff is also efficient and easy to navigate. The downside would be the location is a bit off and requires some walking to Tokyo station. Otherwise, it’s really value for money.
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      Shinjyuku  Okubo House
      3.7/55 Reviews
      Shinjuku Area
      Tokyo
      |7.2km from city center
      It only takes 10 minutes from the B&B to Shinjuku in Wang District, which is a good choice! Our family of 5 people (2 large and 3 small), the room was very clean, as the photo introduced on Trip.com; There is a large room with 2 double beds and the other room with a double bed, which is just enough to sleep in the larger room than 3 children. The homestay provides toothbrushes, shaving cream, shower gel, shampoo, moisturizer and basic tea bags and coffee. And the same good thing is that he can cook there, and I will book this one next time! Also make a Shabu Shabu!
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      Hotel Livemax Takadanobaba Ekimae
      4/5135 Reviews
      Tokyo
      |7.39km from city center
      5-7 mins walk from the nearest train station. noise level in my room was very low, almost silent, despite being adjacent to a busy street. coin laundry (2 washers and 2 dryers available) works great as expected and you can purchase individual detergent packs from the front desk (if i remember correctly: 500yen per wash, 100yen per 30 mins dryer, 50yen for a detergent pack)
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      Hotel Livemax Hachioji Ekimae
      4.2/597 Reviews
      Hachioji
      |2.74km from city center
      コロナウィルスが流行る少し前に連泊させていただきました。八王子駅南口を出て徒歩3分ほどでしょうか。立地が良く建物が新しくレジャー、ビジネス問わず快適な滞在が可能です。広さは大手ビジネスホテルと似たり寄ったりですが、備品等真新しいので狭さはさほど気になりませんでした。フロントは若い男女で、両名ともに笑顔に溢れ言葉遣いも丁寧でテキパキとしておりとても気分よく過ごすことが出来ました。ありがとうございます。グループホテルは3か所ほどお世話になっておりますが、どこも綺麗で立地が良く、何より良心的な価格設定なのがとても魅力的です。また近日中に宿泊させていただきます。
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      Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Haneda
      4.7/577 Reviews
      Haneda Airport/Kamata
      Tokyo
      |13.6km from city center
      With any brand new hotel you expect a few hiccups, but my layover stay at the Metropolitan Haneda didn’t have a single one. Easy access from Haneda via the monorail (one stop away) and a short walk from the station to the hotel front door. Helpful staff, easy check in, efficient room with a comfy bed and one of the best hotel showers I’ve experienced. This was a great way to spend my 16 hour layover in Tokyo. Breakfast was included in my very economical room charge and included Western and Asian fare. Scrambled eggs were not as hard-cooked as most Americans like them, and much of the hot food needed to be kept warmed a little more than it was, but all in all a good buffet.
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      From$107
      Yadoya Asakusa Sen No Sato
      5/51 Reviews
      Ueno/Asakusa
      Tokyo
      |5.97km from city center
      This is my first time staying at a homestay and I feel good. Email merchants will reply quickly if they check the place. The location is convenient, the whole house is clean, comfortable and well equipped. Absolutely recommended.
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      Spacious Apartment Sunshine City
      3/53 Reviews
      Tokyo
      |11.24km from city center
      This is my first time renting a residential hotel🫣🫣so I thought the code sent by Trip.com was the password to get the key. From daylight to dark😓We spent several hours but couldn’t get the key, and we couldn’t contact anyone Relevant people help 😞 When I went there, I wanted to give up at 11:00 in the evening, but I was so embarrassed that I found the customer service agent of Trip.com. Luckily, the customer service staff responded to my phone very quickly, although I finally had to get the password for me at midnight , but at least I don’t want to live on the street 🥲🥲🥲But after this experience, I will definitely not rent these hotels again. I don’t feel at ease because no one has handed over them. In the end, the hotel replied that there is a send password for me, but what I received is exactly It was only sent to me at 11:17 on the night of 2/4, and I have not received it before. On the contrary, the hotel sent to fill in all the information of the owner and the insurance related information, and I received it😞😞😞 Really disappointed, but I am used to good reviews It’s just that I feel uncomfortable when I find a problem and I don’t want to solve it immediately and I want to continue to push the problem on the other party😓
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      Hotel Monte Hermana Tokyo
      4.6/5194 Reviews
      Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
      Tokyo
      |1.14km from city center
      This is really about a 3-4 minute walk once you leave Tokyo Station, take Yaesu Central Exit. Once you cross the big street outside the station, it is only one block to a set of lights, left a very short ways, then right 2 or 3 doors, check in is on the 2nd floor (2F). There are signs in English high up and near the entrance. We stayed twice this trip. Check in was prompt. We had a twin room, 2 single beds. The rooms were very clean small as expected, so 2 beds worked better, nobody sleeping against the wall. Everything we needed, fridge, two pillows each (soft and hard), kettle, tea, coffee, TV, good lights, wifi, hangers, pants press, great soaps, shampoo and nice towels. Also, pajamas. There was a microwave and ice near the front desk area. We stayed a second time and the both rooms were identical except for the view. The first one had a view of building construction underway next to our hotel with a small bit open to see the weather. The second was higher up and overlooked the new building next to it. Not sure if that view will stay like that. A hotel view of a building next to it is common in Japan. We only slept and showered there so no view was no issue for us. There are 2 Family Marts and a 7-11 about 3-4 minute walk away also, plus other restos, more for the afternoon or night but there is a nice soba restaurant (Komoro Soba) that is open for breakfast which we enjoyed. The front desk staff were very friendly and very helpful and the next time in Tokyo, we'll plan on staying there again.
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      Sakura Bella Ikebukuro
      4.3/520 Reviews
      Ikebukuro Commercial
      Tokyo
      |8.67km from city center
      The hotel is 4 minutes away from the station. It has a strategic location and is convenient to go everywhere. The room is very clean! The Chinese front desk is particularly convenient and there is no language barrier! In Tokyo, where land is at a premium, this room is 15 square meters, which is big enough! The staff were warm and considerate, and it was a very satisfying experience! Will come next time!
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      Hotel Cocoro Inn Asakusa Kuramae
      2.6/531 Reviews
      Ueno/Asakusa
      Tokyo
      |4.33km from city center
      The airport can be reached directly all day long. A 2-minute walk from Zomae Station. About 10 minutes walk from Asakusa Station. The location is very good. Walk about 1.2 kilometers to Sensoji Temple. The hotel is clean and tidy, and you can cook. The boss is very nice. Very recommended.
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      Ikidane Residential Hotel Sumida Kyojima
      4/56 Reviews
      Tokyo
      |6.99km from city center
      About 10 minutes walk to Tokyo Tree Quiet community with convenience stores nearby The room has enough space, but there are 3 flights of stairs Large-scale shopping malls are more stressful, but the price/performance ratio is good
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      Tachikawa Urban Hotel
      3.8/517 Reviews
      Tachikawa
      |2.02km from city center
      It is a business hotel in downtown 3 minutes walk from JR Tachikawa station. There were taverns and ramen shops on the lower floor and it was a little bit at the entrance of the hotel, but it was felt that the guests were able to spend comfortably in interior, fixtures, breakfast, etc. It was a hotel that I could spend.
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      Oak Hotel Edo
      4.2/530 Reviews
      Tokyo
      |3.58km from city center
      The nearest subway station is Mori****a Station. There are 2 lines, Oedo Line (1) and Shinjuku Line (2). Very strategic to go anywhere. At Exit 3 Mori****a Station, there is an elevator, but the location is a bit hidden (just follow the elevator picture instructions). So, no worries if you bring a big suitcase. From Exit 1, stay on the road about 100 meters. Anyway close. . Check-in time starts at 15:00, check-out maximum 10:00. When we arrived from Osaka at 9:00, we were allowed to use the bathroom and toilet and rest in the 3rd floor lounge until waiting for check-in time. . There are many 24-hour mini-mart around the hotel such as Familymart, 1, and Lawson. Less than 100 meters, there is also a friendly Muslim restaurant called Edo-men Kumahachi, a chain with OAK HOTEL EDO. But, it feels less suitable in our tongue. The sauce is too spicy and too thick. Please try it for yourself, wonder if it fits. . OAK HOTEL EDO is a hostel but a hotel. There is only one mixed dorm room or mix dormitory containing 5 bunk beds for 10 people. The rest are all private rooms from the 1st floor to the 10th floor (of course there is an elevator). If you are more suitable for private rooms and have budget, please check yourselves on Agoda's website. The private room is various. We are eight (6 adults, 1 teenager 16 years old, 1 9 year old child) occupied a mix dorm on the 2nd floor (room 205). At that time, there were 2 other guests joining. Yes, they allow children to stay, as long as under parents' supervision so they don't bother other guests and have to pay a normal fee. . The bed and pillows were clean and soft. The sheets and blankets are clean. Can be replaced every day but must be opened by yourself. Inside the room, there are lamp lamps, one power outlet, and two USB ports. In the mix dorm room there is a window facing the street. So there is air circulation and entering the sunlight. Facilities in the room: locker, powder room alias dressing room, complete with hair dryer even polish (must borrow to the reception), hanger, slipper, and refrigerator. There is AC and heater as well. Oh yes, the Wi-Fi is very good, the room lights are off at 23:00, the between the bunk beds are very tight if you want to throw the luggage out, but we can use the corners of the hallway. The alley can also be used for a shrine spot for shaving. Shower room there are 3, complete with soap, shampoo, and conditioner. Towels are provided for rent. WC has 2, clean. . On the 3rd floor there is a kitchen, lounge, and terrace. The cooking equipment is complete. There are 3 microwaves, 2 electric stoves, complete with a bucket, a variety of pots, a soda, dkk. We cooked garlic eggs and a boil Indomie there. There is rice cooker (we tried rice), there are 2 water heaters complete with coffee, tea and sugar. There are dishes, bowls, spoons, cutlery, and cups. When the weather is bright and the wind is not too strong and the air is not too cold
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      Citan Hostel
      4.4/521 Reviews
      Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
      Tokyo
      |2.7km from city center
      We booked the large king room which provided an extremely comfortable stay for two in Tokyo! The hostel is well situated, within a five minute walk from three different metro lines, as well as various convenience and grocery stores and restaurants. The room itself was large and comfortable, although in the winter, the floor hall remained very cold. The space is modern and clean and we only once saw anyone else on our floor. There is noise from outside the building (most notably a bell that chimed at 4:30 pm), but we were able to get excellent sleep. We stayed on the seventh floor, which only had female showers, but it was not a problem to go down one flight for the male showers. The cafe provides delicious breakfast options, from a full breakfast plate to granola or a pastry. They also have decaf, which can be more difficult to find in Tokyo. The downstairs lounge is stylish and comfortable with wonderful drink and snack items (we did not have a full dinner) as well as an excellently curated playlist. Finally, the staff was always polite, helpful, welcoming, and warm! Citan is highly recommended if you do not mind sharing a shower and bathroom with others.
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      Imano Tokyo Ginza Hostel
      4.5/598 Reviews
      Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
      Tokyo
      |0.72km from city center
      Clean n new. 5-8min from 3 different stations. However, felt a bit far due to nothing much to see around and shops closed by 8pm. Staffs could speak well English. Cafe at second floor with water filter. Info was not clear in whole Japan, I walked to nearest pier but cruise not available at that pier at that season!!
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      Dormy Inn Ueno-Okachimachi Hot Spring
      4.4/5133 Reviews
      Ueno/Asakusa
      Tokyo
      |4.31km from city center
      Excellent location and fantastic service! Hotel is located within stone’s throw from okachimachi station and is at the heart of ameyoko shopping district. It may be a bit small but all facilities are excellent and is definitely worth the price! Will stay here again!
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      MIMARU Tokyo Shinjuku West
      4.5/5125 Reviews
      Shinjuku Area
      Tokyo
      |6.71km from city center
      It is 10 minutes from the insane part of SHINJUKU station, so it's really wonderful to be close but not besieged with all that hyperstimulation. The walk is easy as it is on a main street, so you can’t get lost. Like the other MIMARUs we stayed at, this was fairly new and wonderfully clean. The lay-out is really nice as all 4 of us had some privacy. It was roomy for a sitting area, dining set, and a small kitchen (well-stocked, although we didn’t use). No view but we were on the second floor. The beds were comfy, and the kids each had a large bunk berth (probably bigger than a capsule hotel, yet had lighting and USB inside). Any family who prizes having a good bed (you are going to need it after all the walking in Tokyo) would have a really good stay.
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      Comfort Hotel Tokyo Higashi Kanda
      4.5/581 Reviews
      Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
      Tokyo
      |2.91km from city center
      Great hotel in a quieter area of Tokyo. The popular Akihabara neighbourhood is within walking distance. Check-in process was easy and staff were helpful. Room was clean, quiet and nice. It had air conditioning, a mini fridge and a nice bathroom. The hotel has a laundry area with washing machines and dryers. No laundry detergent needed as the machine automatically dispenses it. The complimentary breakfast was very good. I recommend going to the breakfast area on the earlier side as it gets very busy from 8-9:30. Convenience stores, cafes, and a grocery store are all nearby, along with 3 train/subway stations that allow you to easily get around Tokyo. We used Bakuroyokoyama and Iwamotocho stations to access the Toei subway and Barocho station to access the JR train.
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      MIMARU Tokyo Hatchobori
      4.7/5105 Reviews
      Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
      Tokyo
      |1.36km from city center
      We stayed 4 nights at the Mimaru Tokyo Hatchoburi when we travelled to Tokyo for a holiday in June 2023. The room was spacious enough for the 4 of us, and the bunk beds were an absolute delight for our two children who are aged 7yo and 5yo. There was a small dining area which I really appreciated because it provided a nice space for us to have meals at, and for the kids to be at when they colour/draw/play. As we have young children, the little kitchenette was a great plus. Location wise, the apartment hotel is a mere 3-5 mins walk to Hatchoburi Station which provided direct lines to Tokyo Station, Tsukiji Outer Market and Ginza. There are also a few convenience stores (including 7-Eleven) and eateries very nearby. There is a soba shop just at Exit 5B of the train station and I found their soba really delicious and not expensive at all. All in all, we had a super pleasant and comfortable stay. Would definitely recommend if you are travelling as a family and need the extra beds. Will be staying again when we holiday next in Tokyo!
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      Unplan Shinjuku
      4.2/546 Reviews
      Shinjuku Area
      Tokyo
      |5.46km from city center
      I admit, I was nervous about staying here, having read a lot of negative reviews, but I needn't have worried. The hostel was clean and quiet, in a great location (close to Shinjuku, with other stations nearby). As an introvert, I loved the self-service concept - I could check in, check out and get breakfast without having to wait for staff. Speaking of breakfast, for a free breakfast I was impressed - coffee, juice, toast, eggs and yoghurt. I found the bed really comfortable and spacious - I also appreciated having a shelf for smaller items. I found the other guests were generally quiet and respected quiet hours. I've noticed some reviews mentioning the rooms are untidy - there isn't really anywhere to store larger luggage, so it tends to get piled in any available space. Smaller luggage will fit in the bunk with you. Showers and toilets were far cleaner than I'd been led to expect from the reviews, and there were plenty of them. I liked how there were common areas for being social (kitchen and reception) and for when you wanted some quiet (coworking space and outside dorms). However, I found that sometimes the coworking would ”close” (staff would ask you to leave) without warning, so it was difficult to plan around when you could use the space and when you couldn't. If the coworking space is not going to be available during the stated hours, it would be nice to have some warning. But all in all, I would happily stay here again.
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      Bespoke Hotel Shinjuku
      4.5/5147 Reviews
      Shinjuku Area
      Tokyo
      |5.94km from city center
      All ok except for ambulance noise from the main street every 20mins - 30mins interval at night. I don’t recommend this hotel If u are light sleeper. Bonus = free donut and coffee in hotel lobby. Hotel is near higashi-sachome metro
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      Hotel Livemax Machida-Ekimae
      3.9/533 Reviews
      Machida
      |0.42km from city center
      As a facility, I am very grateful for the microwave oven and the hot water heater in the room. The bed was also comfortable. The TV is very large for the room, so it was just good to go down to the bed and go down to the window... The toilet seat is fitted to the body and comfortable. The body was narrow when standing on the washbasin (the toilet bowl (seat) immediately on the right hand of the bathtub)...So it was hard to wash the face. There are glasses and mags, but there are no cutlery such as cherry blossoms and spoons, so I thought it would have been good to check in advance.
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      Hatsudai Janpanese House
      4/52 Reviews
      Shinjuku Area
      Tokyo
      |7.48km from city center
      房子入口非常難找!有很多行裡 拖行李會有點累 屬於非常老舊的建築,很不隔音外且只有一間廁所 7個人住洗澡上比較不方便! 整體就是單一天睡一晚還可以
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      Plaza Inn Hamura
      4.4/56 Reviews
      Hamura
      |1.04km from city center
      I stayed here alone on a trip. The room was also very beautiful and had a feeling of cleanliness. There are also necessary amenities in the lobby, As soon as you leave the hotel, there is a 24-hour supermarket and convenience store, which is very convenient. Even when I used it on a Saturday, it was a good value for money. It's a little far from Tokyo Station, but if I have the chance, I would definitely use it again, so I highly recommend it.
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      FAV TOKYO NISHINIPPORI
      4.5/514 Reviews
      Tokyo
      |6.94km from city center
      We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this room. The room was excellent with its cleanliness and the staff members were incredibly friendly. The location was also perfect, offering convenience and accessibility. However, we must mention that there was a minor issue with the hot water pot as it had a water leakage problem. Despite reporting the issue, it unfortunately remained unresolved. Nevertheless, apart from this small inconvenience, the overall experience was fantastic, thanks to the wonderful room and ideal location.
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      hotel MONday Haneda Airport
      4.4/5175 Reviews
      Haneda Airport/Kamata
      Tokyo
      |13.47km from city center
      We arrived Haneda Airport around mid-night, so we book this hotel that near to the airport just 10min by taxi about 2000 yen, room is clean and two beds are standard size. Hotel provides shuttle bus to the airport, but very limited seats are available. Hotel nearby has an underground that is quite convenience. Check out at 10:00am is too early for us just arrived the Hotel at 2am in the morning, if late check out it will have additional charges, not so user friendly. Hotel staff are very friendly and nice, hotel also provides a simple Japanese style breakfast box that taste is OK
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      Beagle Tokyo Hostel&Apartments
      4.2/527 Reviews
      Haneda Airport/Kamata
      Tokyo
      |13.59km from city center
      It was relatively close to Haneda Airport, and there was a hotel just a short walk from the station, which was nice. Since this was my first visit, I didn't know how to check in, so I think it would be helpful if the information was more clearly displayed.
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      green house nakano
      3.5/56 Reviews
      Tokyo
      |8.91km from city center
      It's a little far from the downtown area, so you have to change from Nakano Fujimicho Station to Taya Shibuya Ginza Tokyo Station two or three times, but it was quiet and there was a pretty Gaecheon-gil in front of the station, so it was nice to take a walk. The hostel was spacious and clean, but the bathroom was narrow and it was too cold at night to be in February with one air conditioner ㅜㅜ Convenience stores, moss burgers, bakery (really delicious) are crowded around the station, so you have to walk for about 5 minutes. I am willing to visit again in the season, not in winter ^^
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      City Hotel Takahata
      4.2/52 Reviews
      Hino
      |2.08km from city center
      Located a few minutes walk from Takashima Fudo Station. It is a retro atmosphere, and the lobby makes you feel the age in the room as a swamp, but the water is renovated and beautiful. Auto lock and electric system is key inserted type. Wi-fi complete. There is also a wired LAN. I went to the telework plan, but I was able to spend it firmly.
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      Business Hotel Mercury
      4.1/58 Reviews
      Higashimurayama
      |0.79km from city center
      Small single room, one-piece bathroom space is very small, wash the face water is easy to sprinkle the basin, the room air is not very good, sleep for one night nose allergy.
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