0.15km from Tokyo Udon Kita MachiWe stayed 7 nights which was split between the Superior 1 bedroom apartment and the Executive 1 bedroom apartment. We travelled as a couple with a child and the living room was perfect for my child to sleep in. The hotel charges for extra futon per night, which I thought was exorbitant. What we did was bring our own inflatable single bed for our child and requested bedding, and that worked perfectly. There are smoking and non-smoking rooms available so you should specify that in your booking. The main difference between the Superior and Executive 1 bedder is that the Executive is MUCH bigger. With the Superior, we could just fit the inflatable bed in the living room once we have moved the coffee table to the side. It was fine but definitely snug. The living room in the Executive 1 bedder is 3x the size of the Superior. You can sleep like 2-3ppl in the living room if you wanted to. The bedroom of the Superior was spacious in that there is lots of storage so that we were able to unpack our daily items into the drawers. You should do this because you don't really have room for 3 people to keep opening and closing suitcases. The bedroom in the Executive is double that of the Superior so you can really spread your stuff out and comfortably hang out in that space. The kitchen, laundry and bathrooms are great in both rooms. Kitchen is fully equipped and all appliances and tools are in great condition and very clean. No clips or clothes line for hanging laundry though, but there are lots of hangers in the walk in robe, which was enough for us because we did small washes daily. We brought our own clips which came in handy. The service was decent but not excellent, which was a bit disappointing because the rooms were not cheap. We were given dirty blankets one night (which they promply replaced), the daily room keeping was not thorough so you do need to keep the room clean yourself. We asked for early check-in but it was not accommodated but they did give us late check-out. Overall, I felt like the staff was friendly and professionaly, but not super hospitable like you might see in a 5 star hotel. I would recommend this hotel if you want a spacious room. It's perfect for family travel. The location is fantastic with Tokyo Station next door, walking distance to Nihombashi and Ginza. We did our grocery shopping at Daimaru basement and also the supermarket in Kitte. Lawson is just downstairs too so you can get milk, snacks, dessert etc there. You do pay a premium for the location and larger rooms at Oakwood. If you're travelling as a couple, for the same rate I would stay at a 5 star hotel for a more luxury experience. If you're the type of traveller who will be out early and back late, I don't think you need to pay the premium for space and it would be more fun to stay in other suburbs that are more "happening".