Hotels Near Retoh In Tokyo
0.47km from RETOHThe 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.
0.48km from RETOHThe SOTEN&DAICHI Modern Style Inn is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The SOTEN&DAICHI Modern Style Inn offers a pleasant stay in Tokyo for those traveling for business or leisure. With JR Shibuya Station just 1km away and Haneda Airport only 24km away, transportation is very convenient. The closest major public transportation, Meiji-Jingumae Metro Station, is only 700m away. Keeping busy is easy, with DIESEL Art Gallery, Baseyard Tokyo and Mitake Shrine all nearby. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
0.71km from RETOHLocated within walking distance between Shibuya and Harajuku Station, the hotel is convenient for shopping in Shibuya and Harajuku area. The hotel is small in size, the rooms are small but the facilities are complete, the service is good, and it is very quiet without facing the street. Breakfast is not generous but everything is available. For me personally, the only flaw is that the mattress is too hard. Of course, this is just a personal preference. If you like to sleep on a hard bed, it is just fine. It is convenient to have a full-time supermarket downstairs. Overall good value for money.
0.76km from RETOHI love it comfortably in a style suitable for the times
Easy to work in the lounge on the 4th floor, I want to stay longer
Park shopping restaurant too satisfied
I am only confused about self check-in
Also, I will definitely use it when I go to Tokyo on business
0.87km from RETOHSo I’m going to start by saying something nice. The staff here is super friendly, there’s a large number of people you see working here, and they are all very kind and helpful. I’ve also stayed at the Millennials in Kyoto and the only thing I really missed was the lock on the curtain of the pods, because here you only get a (very) small safe under the bed, but it doesn’t even fit a laptop. It didn’t hold my DSRL either. They have bigger ones on the 3rd floor available, but it’s only one elevator and 10 floors, so getting there takes time! Which is unpractical to say the least. Also, unlike the Kyoto one, here everyone gets a free breakfast (and by that they mean free coffee and pastries, but hey it’s something!) The lounge and communal kitchen are great, the beds and pillows are comfortable. And the bathrooms are clean and well kept. Now let’s move on to the real problem: the rest of the guests and the hotel’s inability to make them respect the rules. When you come to hotels like this one, you obviously expect and tolerate “normal” sounds. Like people walking, organizing their stuff, sneezing, coughing, snoring, whispers or even communicating in a low voice. I can even understand an alarm because I guess some people don’t trust themselves to wake up with the hotel’s system (which personally I found very efficient). But people take calls, talk very freely in their pods or through out the corridors, they come in late at night and keep talking with their friends, giggling at a volume which ends up being annoying in this type of pods. What does the hotel do? Offer you earplugs. The hotel has no system whatsoever that prevents this type of behavior from happening, if the guests talk or scream or whatever, it really doesn’t matter, because it kept happening several times. (FYI, every time this happened, the people making loud noises were foreigners. Japanese people actually respect a lot other people’s right to sleep peacefully.) I stayed for 10 nights and I wouldn’t recommend it for more than 3 honestly. Although I had a couple of rough nights on account of this issue and I guess it could happen at any moment, so I’m not sure I would recommend it at all. It’s a shame the hotel doesn’t make sure that the guests follow through with the rules, otherwise it would really be up to the 5 stars reviews.
0.87km from RETOHWe wanted to visit Yoyogi Park, so this was a great location for that. It is also close to Shibuya Station. We had fun crossing the "Scramble Crossings" in the area, where people cross the streets diagonally as well as the usual ways. The hotel was very comfortable and clean. The people at the desk were very friendly. We were looking at the umbrellas that were for sale, as it was raining, and someone came out from behind the desk with 2 umbrellas for us to borrow, since we were guests. We only stayed one night, but they kept our luggage behind the desk all day (after we checked out) as we walked around the area before heading elsewhere for the night.
0.88km from RETOHIt 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 ...
0.9km from RETOHLovely wallpaper, clean room, friendly staffs and.... I can point out a lot of good things about this hotel. What I was excited the most was that there were a lot of beauty appliances such as face massager, head massager, foot massager, face steamer etc. They were so nice and made me reluxed. As hotel is only for women, I felt safety during my stay. I should come back to syay for using more appliances!
0.91km from RETOHThe hotel lobby is on the thirteenth floor. After check-in, you can have a cup of coffee or beer and rest. You can also pick up a small package of skin care products. The best thing about the room is that there is a washing machine, with drying, washing clothes and going downstairs to have a meal, and it will be dry when you come back. It can be worn directly if it is warm, which is super favorite. There is a Ginza Line downstairs in the downstairs of the hotel. Just catching up and repairing. You have to go to Omotesando when you go out. Fortunately, it is only ten minutes walk from Omotesando subway station. There is always a lot of people standing in line soba noodle shop Eat once when there are few people in the queue. Parent-child rice with soba and tempura with soba are delicious.
0.91km from RETOHThe hotel is situated in a perfect location for tourists to explore Shibuya area. It is right next to Bic camera and there are many shops and restaurants within walking distance from the hotel. The room is quite small which is very common for most hotels in Tokyo city centre. Service is ok. Will recommend to tourists who enjoys convenient location that don't spend much time in the hotel using facilities. Good value for money with such prime location.
1.07km from RETOHThis was our first time staying in this hotel. We were not disappointed. We booked two Modern Double Rooms for the five of us. Two adults and two teens and a child. Very spacious. Excellent shower design. We loved it. Nice amenities. Comfortable bed and quiet location. 1 minute walk to the Gaiemae Subway station. It's on the GInza Line and was very convenient. It's a Japanese boutique hotel. We didnt require breakfast, or any facilities in the hotel. We simple needed the room and shower. Concierge Dean Andrew was helpful with restaurant reservations. Taxis didn't know the hotel. Show them the map that comes with the hotel key, and no problems getting to the hotel. Complimentary bottles of water given each day. Housekeeping very attentive. Clean and I like how they observe my preferences. I hate housekeeping that moves everything back to their original spots everyday. Amenities were nice. Level 2 is the main entrance, which is entered from the Stadium street and there is a driveway that you have to turn in and up the ramp to the roundabout of the entrance. Many taxis wouldn't know that entrance. The only complaint I have was , we were on Level 8, and each morning and late at night, I don't know why there are lots of noise thumping, and banging above us. Level 9 is not guest room floor. I am assuming it's from the fitness center and spa that is on level 10. We may return to this hotel in the future if the price is not too expensive.
1.08km from RETOHAfter a twelve hrs flight, we finally made it to Japan, landing at Haneda airport now the tricky part of our journey to our hotel begins, there is 3 option you have, a train, buses or taxis I have to admit selecting any one of these options and not knowing the language would be daunting but we were prepared for anything, and beside it wasn't fair on my wife dragging our luggage around so we opted for a taxi. I must admit what I saw of Tokyo I was impressed wide and smooth road, a metro rail flying above us, and oh yeah, they have no litter bins, the pavement or sidewalk are so clean, how do they do it, put London to shame, anyway we arrived at the NIPPON SEINENKAN HOTEL TOKYO, we were impressed by the layout, on the ground floor they have an American themed cafe, the food was good, the hotel rooms are small which I hear Japanese hotel are like this, the hotel restaurant was reasonable and the price was affordable, the Japanese love their gadget, like self demisting bathroom mirrors and a toilet seat that open when they sense you, made me laugh, there is a train station 5 min walk called Gaiman, you will be impressed by this area, they have 3 stadium on that stretch of that road, and then you hit min metropolis amazing PLACE TO GO, Metropolitan govt building is free, and you can see japan from the 47th floors, spectacular view, sky tree is another attraction tall building but is not free, brilliant view, the subway is just easy to navigate and clean and the star attraction is the Shibuya crossing or the scramble crossing as we call it, japan is a fascinating country don't be put off by the language barrier, Japanese are happy to practice their English on you if the occasion arises. We will be going there again most definitely
Hotels Near Retoh In Tokyo Review
Check in was a breeze, efficient and high tech. Godzilla head is an interesting feature of the hotel (esp. for fans), and location is great, right in the middle of the happening area.
room size is good, can even be bigger if the toilet is joined with the bathing area. can bring the 2 single beds together to form a large bed.
Their service is nothing short of excellent. They have staff who are fluent in English (and other languages as well, I suspect). Me and my friend came thinking that we would be staying in a Single Room with Extra Bed since that was what we booked as we attempted to be more economic. However, to our pleasant surprise, our room was upgraded to a much much bigger room for free. We are very thankful to the helpful staff for making our stay pleasant and extremely comfortable. The location is great as it in located somewhere in between Iidabashi and Suidobashi which is pretty much close to the geographical center of Tokyo. Head east you will be able to visit Akihabara and Asakusa quick. Head west, you will be able to hit Shinjuku, Harajuku, and Shibuya. The neighbourhood is fairly quiet and the Tokyo Dome is just a 10-15 minute stroll away. If I am coming back to visit Japan, this hotel will be a clear top choice for me. Haven't had the opportunity to have the breakfast at this hotel, but I will certainly try it out on my next stay here.
Great location with walking distance to metro station. Very comfortable room, housekeeping staff is doing a very good job.. super clean and no dust at all.. very impressive! Love the coffee sachet and green tea provided at the front desk.. they even give lady a Japanese facial mask upon check in, so thoughtful 🥳
I cannot recommend this hotel enough. From it's central location (right across the street from the Shinagawa train station) and close proximity to many restaurants and shops, this will be our go-to hotel in Tokyo. Perfect for first time visitors and frequent visitors to Tokyo because of its location, amenities, and service.
Close to public transit was a must when evaluating a hotel to stay anywhere, especially Tokyo because I didn't want to carry/drag luggage far. This hotel meets that as the hotel is located directly across the street from the Shinagawa train station. Also, the airport limousine bus stops at the Shinagawa prince hotel. Location to transit made this one of the top reasons why we loved this hotel.
There are a few towers on property so the room you book determines which tower lobby you check-in too. There are plenty of signs in english to direct you to the appropriate check-in lobby and the staff are more than willing to help as well. Checking in was smooth and quick as our room was ready (we checked in around 7pm), clean, and spacious. Like I mentioned, there are lots of room types available you just have to find one that works for you. In this instance, a corner room King offered plenty of room and a rather large bathroom for Japanese standards. We actually ended up with a killer view of the Shinagawa train station. Spacious and clean rooms was another reason why we loved this hotel.
In addition to the hotel being close in proximity to a central train station (both JR and local routes here), there are numerous shops and restaurants within the hotel property, adjoining the hotel property, and within walking distance to the hotel. A 7-Eleven, McDonalds, and food court are a few of the options on property with endless options for eating and shopping within walking distance to the property. Close proximity to restaurants and shops is also one of the top reasons why we loved this hotel.
Above all else, what makes this property stand out is the level of service from staff and the cleanliness of the entire property, inside and out. Ever single staff member we interacted with was kind, helpful, and respectful. Everything from the lobby, guest rooms, hallways and public areas were clean, really clean, something we loved.
Again, I cannot recommend the Shinagawa Prince Hotel enough and we can't wait to come back.
Good location. Close to Shinjuku station and Toyota Car Rental. Can take the Airport Limousine Bus to and from Narita or Haneda Airport around the corner at the Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku Hotel. A few nice diners and chemists in proximity. Very popular place and a little bit worn out. Small rooms small beds. The twin bed rooms have only twin single 3-1/2 feet bed. Its not even semi-double. Can't share bed with a young children at all.
If you loves omakase breakfast at Toyosu market, shopping at Venus Fort, Diver City, Aqua City, visiting the TeamLab Borderless and TeamLab Planets, and hot-spring at Ooedo Onsen, that's the perfect location. Even gives you quick access to Disney resort and Haneda Airport! Small rooms as usual but the one with twin double beds is excellent for parents with two young children. The only downside is no car-rental nearby.
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