Convenient transportation, around Ningyocho, Higashi-Nihonbashi, Mengyocho subway station, the hotel has a shuttle bus to Tokyo Station. Not far from Asakusa Station, there are a lot of restaurants there.
Their service is great. The staff is very accommodating, friendly and helpful. Their language skills are also good. Towels, body soap, shampoo and hair conditioner are free and well-stocked. The beds are comfortable. The Wi-Fi is also great; no hiccups in the connection. Their food is delicious and well-prepared.
Around the hostel are chain restaurants like Matsuya and Coco Ichiban. Lawson and 7-eleven convenience stores are also nearby. The hostel is also near a train station, connected to the Shinjuku line, Asakusa line, and Sobu line. This makes travel around Tokyo very convenient.
The shower rooms are separated from the toilet. They have hot and cold water for the shower, but sometimes the hot water runs out and only the cold water flows from the showerhead.
Overall, this is a great and affordable place to stay in Tokyo.
CITAN Hostel is located in the Chuo Ward district in Tokyo, 1.4 km from Edo Tokyo Museum and 2 km from Marunouchi Building. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.The rooms are equipped with a shared bathroom. CITAN Hostel features free WiFi .You will find a shared kitchen at the property.Japan Imperial Palace is 2.7 km from CITAN Hostel, while Sensoji Temple is 2.9 km away. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 15 km from the property.
The service is very good, and the quality of Toyoko is very stable. It is located in a quiet neighborhood. There are many Korean restaurants nearby. It can only be said that walking downstairs every night is not particularly lively. Drug stores and other businesses are slightly less, but overall It is also very good. Those who like to be quiet and do not want to live in the business district will be very satisfied. If you like to buy and buy, you may feel a little inconvenient. After you buy things, the way back is a bit far.
Convenient transportation. There is a direct JR from Narita Airport. Although it takes a long time, about one and a half hours, there is no need to transfer, which is very convenient for girls who carry luggage alone. Go straight out of JR station, come all the way, especially close, and the hotel logo is eye-catching, very easy to find. There are 3 convenience stores in the surrounding area. It is convenient to buy daily drinks and snacks. It is very close to JR and subway stations, and the transportation is very convenient. It's a pity that it's all outside food. I don't have the chance to explore the surrounding restaurants. I will try it next time. The front desk service was very good. The little brother who checked in at night was very polite and patient enough to explain the precautions to me. I live in room 607. Although the room is small, it is fully equipped and clean. The bed and pillows are especially fortunate for their hardness and height. I feel completely adequate on my own. There is no pressure to open the box at the door. Although facing the street, it is very quiet. I went out in the morning and hung up the cleaning sign, and came back at night to clean up the room. Staying for three days, every time I go out, the front desk staff will say hello warmly and feel great! It's a pity that the room was not booked in February next year, otherwise it will definitely be booked!
Next to the hotel is the convenience store for the whole family. For transportation, it takes 8 minutes to walk to JR Asakusa Bridge, and only 4 minutes to Higashi Nihonbashi subway. It's quite convenient. Compared to I went directly to the Akihabara Hotel, this hotel is not only cheaper but also very convenient.
The HUBHUB Nihonbashi Ningyocho is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Tokyo will find that the HUBHUB Nihonbashi Ningyocho is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is only 800m from JR Shin-Nihombashi Station and 22km from Haneda Airport, giving guests a number of convenient transportation options. The closest major public transportation, Ningyocho Metro Station, is only 300m away. There's plenty to do nearby, with Kakigara Ginza Place Monument, Basho Kuhi and TAIAN all within a short distance. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
KOKO opened as KOKO Brand Premier in Nihonbashi Hamacho, where historical entertainment culture and the vibrant modern world coexist.Just a 1-minute walk from Hamacho Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line, this is where you can start your journey to discover a new Tokyo.
The location of the hotel is good, the trendy decoration is very Nordic and minimalist, which is my favorite style. The room was small in Tokyo and there was no way. But the bathroom is big and not bad. But remind everyone that the hotel's new decoration still has a taste, friends who want to settle in should consider it. btw, the horns in the lobby cafe are delicious
The bed is a bit bigger than the comfortable hotel, and the room is a bit bigger, but there is very little breakfast, no fruit, and the local occupancy rate is high. There is a membership card, the card handling fee is about three times to return the copy, the room does not have soap to take in the lobby, children do not give slippers.
It is very close to the Tokyo Tower. At night, I can go to the night view of the tower where I can shoot a special fire. The price is not high at this time. After all, I caught up with Sumida River’s biggest fireworks conference. The room is not too big but clean and the facilities are complete. The hotel also sent a special sample of skin care products from Japan. In general, it is worth recommending. I guess the price will be advantageous if you book in advance. Ctrip service is also very good, five hearts
The hotel is just fine. Very clean, the front desk service is also good, it is slightly expensive, business trips every month to stay will not have any concessions, slightly disappointed. Convenient shopping is quite convenient.
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.
There is a Starbucks flagship store at the door. The cherry blossom season in April is super beautiful on this side. There are many places to eat, delicious and close, and the traffic is very convenient. The bus across the road is directly to Shibuya, and you can walk. To Daikanyama. The hotel is very quiet and clean. The shampoo and shower gel are all pola. The room type I set is 30 square meters. It is super convenient to have a washing machine and microwave.
It is very close to Omotesando, Shibuya, Harajuku, the only thing that is not enough is to climb a crossover bridge every time I come back. Booked in advance for a twin room in March with more than 1,000 points a day, saving a lot of subway fees, and it is suitable to walk to live in a tide brand. There is no convenience store and a cafe next to breakfast. Eat a breakfast cafe You can smoke a few cups and even gadgets. Every day, the hotel will take two bottles of water at the front desk. They are all very polite. They take the bath ball with the men's oil free of charge. If you do n’t need water, they chase the elevator and ask if you want it. The twin room we booked is not big and can only open one big box at a time. It is very satisfying if we haven't lived too big. The most surprising thing is that there is a special Q kettle for makeup mirror, and soundproofing in the corridor. The 8th floor wallpaper is the kitten's 4th floor wallpaper is blue. The rooms are non-smoking ...
Hotel location is good, the station is just across the road, breakfast is also very good, recently this hotel is booked in Tokyo, the hotel can also credit back to the point, bring your own toothbrush toothpaste can score, five points can return to five hundred Japanese yen consumption card, consumer card can be used in convenience store, drug store
It's really good value to stay at such a good hotel for this price. It's very close to the mall and subway station, and there is a subway directly to Haneda Airport nearby.
The area of this hotel in Tokyo is quite large, much better than the hotel we stayed the other day. Eating is even more convenient, 1.8 km away from the largest electrical city. Great
I stayed in the 25-meter twin room for the first three days. I didn't expect the design to be problematic. It was divided into several small areas and the room was not big, but the location was very satisfactory. It was ten minutes from the Harajuku Omotesando Shibuya. It’s just 15 minutes from going to Haneda Line in Shibuya to Haneda Airport. In particular, I have to push the baggage from the South Exit. There is a lift that I can’t find. I have to find a staff member to send us in the past. It is really dizzying. The navigation said 40 minutes, the actual use of 65 minutes, into the station is much better. There is no Chinese at the front desk of the hotel. Some English is very good, and the accommodation exchange is still successful. However, I would like to ask if I can go to the airport and go to the mouth of the valley. I can’t make it clear that I have gone out of my own sweat. It is also said that it takes 400 yen to call the car to help the taxi. I don't know if I understand the mistake. Every morning, the hotel has a car to the east exit of the Shibuya Yamanote Line. Unfortunately, we did not catch up at night. It is close to Meiji Jingu Shrine and Yoyogi Park. It takes at least 8 minutes before the subway Meiji Jingu Shrine. Fortunately, there are many shops nearby, and it is time to walk.
The hotel is a little far from the Waseda subway station. It takes about 10 minutes to walk with the luggage. If you want to go, you can take the subway to Takadanobaba Station, where there is a hotel shuttle, and the shuttle stops at the door of Tangji Kede! The hotel shuttle schedule is shown in the figure. The hotel is very quiet, the environment is very good, and there are many Japanese people staying. The room card can only be swiped to your floor. We booked a luxury twin room for an extra bed for three. For one person in the same room, the price is different for two and three people. The rooms are fully equipped with bathrobes, pajamas, all kinds of toiletries, as well as refrigerators and safes. The hotel has parking lot and the back garden of the hotel is the gate of Waseda University. If you like shopping, it is not recommended to live here, because there are not many businesses around, you can live here quietly. As we ordered without breakfast, I do n’t know how breakfast is. If you want to eat, the hotel breakfast is 2,000 yen per person, a bit expensive! You can go to the 7-11 convenience store for breakfast when you go out, and you can sit inside to eat.
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!
It is about 5 minutes from the station of Youtian Temple. There are two supermarkets and convenience stores after the station. The hotel does not stay for more than 7 days is not changing sheets, only changing supplies and dumping garbage. There is a refrigerator, electric stove, washing machine in the room, and you will be given a pack of washing powder when you check in.
The price is too high, very clean and tidy, although the room is small but the configuration is good, the air conditioner is turned on to the minimum wind, but the sound is just right in bed, everything is good
The hotel is very old and the rooms are very clean!
The booked double bed room is separated from the rain fish tank, and the toilet is also independent.
Provide toiletries and a variety of disposable daily necessities.
The front desk is very good and the service is good. We applied for an extra quilt in the evening and also met the requirements in time.
There are many foreigners living, and the price is very high.
As soon as I arrived I was greeted with a 'Welcome Nathan' sign which was nice to walk into and a great start to my four night stay! The triple room was SPACIOUS for Tokyo standard's! Had a TV, decent size bathroom and comfortable beds! Plug points were easily available throughout the room as well as by the bed sides. WINNING! It had a well equipped kitchen above which all the amenities (fridge, pans, bowls, plates, cutlery, electric stoves) you need to be self sufficient with regards to food and the kitchen was super clean too! The staff here we're also super helpful and friendly! Very close to the famous Senso-ji temple and only 20 mins walk from the Sky Tree! With it being so close to high street - you have a variety of convenient stores and restaurants you can turn to! Huge value for money :)
I was taken care of for 8 nights. It was a very small room for the two, but we did it here because it was cheap. Facilities were good and we were able to spend comfortably.
We used free shampoo and nano care for free. Amenity is also available from DHC
It was very helpful. This is pretty glad for women!
It was convenient near Kamata station.
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The location is very convenient, very close to the subway station, and around Ueno Park, Asakusa, Akihabara. Ginza is very convenient. There is a small commercial street next to it, and there are several supermarkets in it. The beds are really small, but this is the case in Japan. The bathroom was large and exceeded expectations.
It wasn't that easy to find from the train station, but was actually remarkably close. Front desk staff were very helpful and the room was clean albeit a bit small. We were on the 12th floor which had decent views. The breakfast was pretty basic (a small omlette, some toast and rice) Next time I'd probably find something outside rather than pay the Y500 each for it. I really liked the surrounding neighbourhood. There's a burger king at the end of the block and a 7/11 nearby too. The location had a really nice vibe and I would have like to have had time to explore more.
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
Although it was an office district, it was quieter than Hibiya Park. There was Lawson right after I left, and the entertainment district of Shimbashi was nearby, so it was convenient as it was less than 10 minutes on foot to Ginza.
The room is on a higher floor, but the elevator came soon and there was no stress.
It's not a cheap hotel, so I'd like to have a few more amenities.
Nespresso, Megurizumu eye mask, bath salts, etc.
The room facing west can see Tokyo Tower, but it was hot and winter because of the west sun, but I put in the air conditioner.
I would like to use it again because of its newness, location, and comfort of the room.
Small but complete. The location is also very good, and there is an air corridor in JR Osaki Station, and the bus terminal to Haneda Airport and Narita Airport is also very close. With the children to stay, each child is prepared for the ceremony, there are small toys, and children's toothbrush slippers. A mask is also prepared for adults, and coffee and tea can be collected at the front desk. There are also microwaves and ice machines on the 6th floor of the hotel.
The hotel with high cost performance is that the room is too small. Although I booked the largest room in this hotel, it is still very narrow and cramped. A slightly larger box is not easy to move around. However, in a place like Japan, it is also Can't be too demanding. Fortunately, although the sparrows are small and well-equipped with internal organs and good hygiene, they keep the room very clean every day, but the bed is too short and my feet are exposed when I fall asleep. I feel that the bed and quilt are not long enough.
It is very good at the exit of Nippori Station. It is very close to Ueno Station and the traffic is very convenient. There is a big drug store downstairs and a tempura shop, which tastes very good. The breakfast at the hotel is also delicious.
Convenient transportation, suitable for single business travel. The bustling area is near the station, and the shopping street is rich. There are many people late at night. Relatively few Yamanote Line stations not yet occupied by the Chinese
The front desk attitude was very good, although the language was not communicated, it was not difficult to communicate. Free facial masks and facial cleansers are provided. The surrounding transportation and eating are very convenient. Three nearby convenience stores are also very convenient for shopping. It is within half an hour's drive to Kyoto Hachi and Ginza in Akihabara. But this is the case in all budget hotels in Japan. It is a very cost-effective hotel.
More than a hundred years of hotel really makes sense First of all, the traffic is very convenient. To the Narita Airport bus is 1000 yen downstairs, which is much cheaper than Limujin! There are restaurants around, coffee shops, and crossing the street is a department store. The automatic door opens the wind chime and it is very ceremonial. The lobby is on the 15th floor. There is no problem with the service attitude. The room decoration and equipment are a bit old, but clean The room is small but the box can be opened and not cramped But the room details and the quality of the spare parts are very good, there are massage boards, snacks, shoe-shining supplies, Letterheads and postcards showcase the cultural heritage of the hotel. In addition, there are mobile phones that can be used. I will consider coming back later.
The nearest subway station is the Awajicho of Marunouchi Line and Ogawamachi of Shinjuku Line. It is about ten minutes walk from Kanda Station on the Ginza Line. It is a direct subway ride to Shinjuku Ikebukuro Ginza. The traffic is very convenient and there will be no people. There are public washing machines and dryers, all of which are charged but not expensive. Downstairs there is a familymart to buy water to buy a lunch.