Hotels Near Waiwai In Tokyo
0.64km from WaiwaiThe 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.
0.67km from WaiwaiThe PLAYS-Nishiwaseda 3 chome provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Tokyo will find that the PLAYS-Nishiwaseda 3 chome is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is conveniently located just 1km from JR Takadanobaba Station and 30km from Haneda Airport. In addition, Nishi-Waseda Metro Station is just a short walk away. Guests will find Waseda Koshotengai, Konjo-in Temple and Tokyo Dye Shop Museum just a short distance from the hotel. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. This Tokyo hotel provides parking on site.
0.79km from WaiwaiJapanese house by Shinjuku is an apartment in Tokyo, 1.9 km from Yasukuni Shrine, 2.5 km from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, as well as 2.5 km from Chidorigafuchi. Guests can enjoy the free WiFi throughout the property.The apartment is fitted with 2 bedrooms and a fully fitted kitchenette with a microwave.The Sunshine 60 Observatory is 3 km from the apartment, while Meiji Jingu Stadium is 3.3 km away. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 17 km from the property.
0.97km from Waiwai
0.99km from WaiwaiThe Shinjuku Kabukicho ShinOkubo 6 minutes walk provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Shinjuku Kabukicho ShinOkubo 6 minutes walk offers a pleasant stay in Tokyo for those traveling for business or leisure. The hotel is only 1km from JR Shin-Okubo Station and 25km from Haneda Airport, giving guests a number of convenient transportation options. Just a short walk from Nishi-Waseda Metro Station, traveling to most city destinations is a breeze. There's plenty to do nearby, with Mannenyu, Mt. Hakoneyama and Shin-Okubo Station all within a short distance. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings.
1km from WaiwaiThis ultra urban family hotel with stylish interiors has introduced 3LDK type guestrooms (with 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, and kitchen), which are quite rare in the super urban center of Shinjuku. Enjoy a relaxing stay in a comfortable space.
1.02km from WaiwaiWith a stay at this apartment in Tokyo (Shinjuku), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. This apartment is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Waseda University and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Meiji Jingu Shrine.Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a microwave. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and a flat-screen television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include an electric kettle and a washing machine, and housekeeping is provided on request.
1.04km from WaiwaiThe newly opened hotel is very new, there is a small bar on the first floor, and the dining inside is very good. Recommended
1.07km from WaiwaiThis is a great find in Tokyo and we stayed here for two weeks. The hotel is in a lovely district of Shinjuku-in a quiet suburban area with access to local restaurants and convenience shops and it’s about 15-20 minute walk away from the main bright lights of downtown Shinjuku. It is about a 5 minute walk to a subway station-Higashi-Shinjuku, with two lines running from this station that links you to the major tourist sites. Downtown Shinjuku is one or two subway stops away taking less than 5 minutes. The rooms are well appointed, our room was on the 3rd floor (303) and had a lounge area with TV, sink, kettle etc and then a seperate space for our bedroom and bathroom. The room even had a balcony. The bed was very comfortable. The rooms are not serviced everyday, but clean towels, toilet paper etc are available if you stay for more than 4/5 days.The rooms are a good size compared to other hotels in Tokyo-we call them bijoux. The local area has everything you need-as you come out of the hotel if you turn left there is a convenience store (Family Mart) and a laundrette (Wash). If you turn right and continue down the street the hotel is on, there are small restaurants and the best bakery in Tokyo. The bakery is open Tuesday to Saturday from 7.30 to 12.30pm and has gorgeous fresh sweet treats (western and Japanese) and savoury treats including baguettes as good as those you get in France. Less than 400 metres from the hotel is Shinjuku Eastside-there are two larger convenience stores and about 10 restaurants. We would not hesitate to stay here again
1.08km from WaiwaiThe most beautiful of Chunshan Villa is his courtyard, which is very large, quiet and classic, but the facilities in the room are very old
The location is a bit remote, there are no convenience stores around
The service staff in the two restaurants are very poor. They are not considerate and very indifferent to the Japanese tradition. I think they still treat Chinese guests differently. For example, the Japanese breakfast that day went to the window. There are two tables and they are close to snore. Maybe I have an appointment, that aunt lives and die. Let ’s sit in a very poor light place. The key is that all the guests are in two rows by the window. We insist on being by the window. Very clean. After a while, an old lady came to understand and said you guys sit down, but it looks very unhappy. The service behind is also cold. There was a girl between us who had a cold and cough. I could n’t tell when she entered the restaurant. She just wanted to drink a bowl of porridge and came for three or four services. The aunt didn't want the customer's needs at all. She just emphasized that she had snored till the end and she had porridge and side dishes.
I was thinking that this high class hotel with traditional Japanese service and classic style is very disappointing.
I hope Ctrip will complain for me about their Japanese breakfast on the 24th, near 10 o'clock
I will never go to this hotel again. It is more expensive than other hotels and cannot provide due services. Even the minimum standard cannot be met.
1.09km from WaiwaiAll rooms have 3 beds or more. All you need is equipped.All your groups and family members can stay in a same large room.
1.14km from WaiwaiThe Funhouse Shinjuku 302 provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Funhouse Shinjuku 302 is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Tokyo. Traveling to the hotel is easy with JR Shin-Okubo Station located approximately 800m away and Haneda Airport roughly 32km away. Guests will find Koizumi Yakumo Commemorative Park, Tsumami-kanzashi Museum and Shin-Okubo Station just a short distance from the hotel. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
Hotels Near Waiwai In Tokyo Review
Tokyo Tower Area
This hotel has not much reviews and offers some experiences. Location: Just on the other side of the road in Shiba Park, across the street, it is super convenient to go to the Tokyo Tower. The night is still beautiful. It is convenient to take a half hour drive from the airport. Environment: The hotel is quite atmospheric, the lobby is spacious and bright, and there are not many tourists. The front desk is very friendly and speaks English. I stayed for five nights and didn't hear the voice of the Chinese people. The overall surrounding environment is very quiet. Room: Two large and medium-sized medium twin rooms, children 8 years old, no problem, the room is relatively spacious. The bathroom is small, but there is still a step that is not low, and the elderly are not very convenient. It is very convenient to have a small refrigerator. Breakfast is not bad, people have not been much, the environment is good on the first floor. Shopping around: The hotel is not a lively area of interest downstairs. In the morning, you can feel the rush and silence of the office workers. Go to the JR line for seven or eight minutes and have a family supermarket, Alipay settlement. Meal: There are restaurants nearby, it is quite convenient, and I change to the restaurant every night. Basic English communication is not smooth, and it is quite interesting to order food. There is a white cloth curtain to eat the restaurant of Kochi dumplings, there is no picture of ordering, all rely on Mongolia. Beer and dumplings taste good. Service, very good, changed the room once in the middle. There is indeed a Chinese service. On that day, the Chinese staff were absent and the communication was difficult. The front desk called the Chinese staff and translated between us. Very good, don't worry about staying at this hotel. The overall feeling is quite good, eleven prices are slightly more expensive. If you like shopping, you still have to live near Ginza Shinjuku. It is two stops from Ginza and the taxi is 100 yuan.
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.
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.
Breakfast is particularly rich, convenient transportation, travel and shopping is very convenient, recommended
Fully equipped with refrigerator. The room decoration time is longer, looking old, except the wallpaper may be a new post. There is a smell in the house, although it is not too bad, but it makes people feel bad. The hot water temperature is constant and the windows are completely shaded. Breakfast is only bread and eggs. The egg is good, it should be precisely controlled time, the egg yolk just solidified. Bread is not hungry, mainly because it can not eat too much, if you like to eat bread, you should be OK. Convenient transportation, Yamanote Line Otsuka Station North Exit is.
The hotel is very new, the facilities are very good, the Japanese-style wet and dry separated bathrooms, the rooms are large, the location is very good, subway A is very close to Exit 6, there are elevators, there are many restaurants to eat around, open 24 hours, 500 Yen bands work very well. Nihonbashi is the starting point of Edo and there are many places to travel.
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.
The second stay, because the opposite is the East Egg, and is particularly close to the waterway bridge jr station, so I chose here. The shortcoming is still that the room is extremely small, and it is not allowed to let the foreign guests go upstairs, only in the lobby. There are very few plugs, no bed, and it is a bit troublesome to charge. After all, it is a hotel with a long time. The facilities are old and there is no humidifier in winter. There is absolutely no place to buy and buy things all the way. The advantage is very intimate to put my Japanese ya things into my room. The wifi password was not changed when I lived. At the front desk, there are a lot of skin care samples, bathing caps, etc. that can be taken by female guests.
The surrounding environment is very good, there are convenience stores and banks.
The favorite hotel for this trip is more like this than the star hotel, because it can experience the life of the locals. 1. The front desk is warm and the English is very good. We just started to rain when we checked in. We can only store our luggage first because we have not checked in. The front desk was very enthusiastic to borrow an umbrella for us. 2. The hotel lobby is small but very warm, with books and free coffee. 3. The hotel room is clean, tidy and has everything! ! With kitchenette Cooking, laundry and more can be done in the hotel. I have to say that the Japanese electric furnace is really easy to use. 4. The hotel is located in the Meguro area, the legendary middle class of Tokyo, close to the subway, quiet, next to the supermarket until 25:00, very convenient! (more varieties, lots of fruit) 5. The decoration style is simple and generous, more like a homestay! Very good experience!
The overall feeling of this hotel is still good. It is located about 5 minutes walk from Takada Racecourse Station's West Waseda Exit or Toyama Exit. The entrance is a real estate agency. Turning around is the hotel's main entrance. It lives on the 9th floor. The overall facilities are not bad. Microwave oven and refrigerator, Seiyo Supermarket and 711 are opposite. Do n’t worry about what you usually eat. The hotel only has one bottle of water, so it ’s convenient to go to the supermarket to buy a water snack occasionally. The overall hotel feels good value for money.
We only stayed in Tokyo for one night, and the room was quite large, much more spacious than expected. The hotel is old-fashioned, slightly outdated, and the door is still opened with a key. It is not opened with a room card. When you go out, the key must be handed over to the uncle at the front desk. When you come back, ask the uncle to pick up the key. There is a room where the wet and dry "serious separation", bathroom, sink, toilet in three rooms, that is, if three people live in a room, you can bathe, wash, and go to the toilet at the same time, do not affect each other [laughing cry]. Overall, it’s not bad. The price of 600 yuan is already cheap in Tokyo. The hotel is very close to the East Shinjuku Subway Station and it takes only three minutes to walk~
The overall value for money of this hotel is good.
Even though the bed is smaller, the two still sleep a little, and the area inside the room is relatively small. It would n’t be spacious if the two stayed. Land area is large.
However, although the room is small and has all the internal organs, it is quite convenient to use in all aspects, adhering to the characteristics of humanity and good storage in Japan.
The environment is okay, the service attitude is very good, the location is close to Sensoji Temple, there are many people's rooms, and I have set up a triple room, because I only stay one night, I think it is OK
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 hotel is located in Kabukicho. If you want to experience the culture of Kabukicho, you can choose here. Most of the hotels are foreigners. The front desk will also have some English. Japanese standard service. The room is a Japanese housing-style room. I usually don't like a little light when I sleep. The central air-conditioning indicator light is on the top of the bed, so I bought a steam eye mask to sleep. Because it is in Kabukicho, it's a lot to eat.
This hotel is ideally located within a 5-minute walk from JR Kamata Station. If Haneda Airport is out of the Keikyu Line, you can walk for 10-15 minutes. The hotel service is very good. Check-in and check-out are quick and convenient. This hotel is also convenient. There is a special feature, breakfast is free at 6:30-9:30 on the 2nd floor of the hotel. You can enjoy tea, drink and drink from 15:00-22:00 for free. There are 3 pine houses around, very delicious, shopping. Catering is convenient... Haneda's quality choice.
We arrived at Haneda at a late time, but we were able to check in smoothly because we had contacted us in advance. The sound of the washing machine was a bit more annoying than the Ikebukuro store.
I stayed here for 6 nights, and had wonderful time!! The hotel was so nice and clean, also the staffs were very friendly and helpful, they gave us the direction to the skytree ( we could walk to there for 15mins:)), and made a reservation for french restaurant there. Especially, the bath room was gorgeous!! We stayed at corner twin room. Half-open bath was so nice with fresh air but bit cold in this season. It must be wonderful in spring to see Cherry blossam, river, and Tokyo skytree from balcony. I heard there is a fireworks festival in summer over the river. The Access to Asakusa downtown is so good, about 10 mins walk. Definitely recommend!!
We booked two nights at The Hideout Tokyo based on glowing reviews in TripAdvisor and, having now experienced it, I wonder whether we even stayed at the same property as did those with reviews headlined "Perfect stay" or "We found Heaven." Prospective guests would do well to have appropriate expectations, especially in terms of the size of the rooms, sobering even by Tokyo standards. To call it a "boutique hotel" is to glorify it quite a bit; More accurately, it is an upscale hostel with minimal services. Our first-floor room could not have measured more than 10 feet square (sorry, metric users), and the bathroom area was about 3 feet by 7 feet. That left roughly 7 by 10 feet of living space, just enough room for a double bed (full, not queen), flanked by two very narrow end tables; there was not room to fit a chair. If you are a single adult or an adult with young child, the space might do, but for two tidy, not especially large adults, it is cramped. Another disappointment was the immediate neighborhood, which we found drab and lacking in character. We chose to stay in Ueno because we wanted to experience a different area of Tokyo and take in sights close by, which are many, e.g., the museums at Ueno Park, Yanesen, etc. While both the park and Yanesen did not disappoint, in the end staying in Ueno itself proved not to be as worthwhile and considerably less convenient. On the plus side, the receptionist was very cordial, the rooms were clean, the neighborhood was quiet, and the hotel is close to two stations, therefore easily accessible to other parts of Tokyo. But options for local eating in the immediate vicinity were not interesting enough to keep us local. On the whole, apart from price, the benefits of staying at the Hideout didn't outweigh the disadvantages, mostly importantly location and lack of interesting local color (restaurants, particularly).
1. View: The room view is really awesome. The Lobby lobby is on the 18th floor. We have 4 adults and 1 2-year-old child. We have 2 twin rooms. The room is on the 23rd floor. Entering the room without looking at the night view outside the window is great, especially the window glass is too clean, as if there is no window to enjoy the night view. 2. Room size and facilities: The room type is very good. Our family of three lives in a room and decided to be small and exquisite. The size is enough. Bathroom products are very good, even the makeup oils and cosmetics used by ladies are well prepared. Pajamas are thin and cotton is more delicate. In the bathroom, a bathtub was prepared in accordance with Japanese customs, followed by a shower and a bath. It is more convenient than a five-star hotel in China. It has a washing machine and a dryer integrated. Every night, go to the hotel and throw in your family ’s clothes. You can wear clean and fluffy clothes the next day. This is my favorite. local. 3. Breakfast, I personally think it is okay. Maybe there are not so many types compared with domestic five-star hotels, but in Japan, it is still relatively rich, with noodles, tempura, salads, vegetables and sashimi, Western food Bread cakes, fruits, etc. Fruits actually have blueberries and strawberries. Children can eat steamed grains, salads, and omelette. 4. location: It must be said that it is awesome, Ginza is very close, and Ribiya is actually cleaner and tidy than Ginza. So, there are many restaurants around, so, shopping, and money change. The traffic is very convenient ~~
Finally, I would like to praise Ctrip. On the booking, we set the price for three nights at 7600 yuan, Ctrip is 7200, 300-400 yuan cheaper, and can be invoiced; lament that Ctrip's service is still better than booking
The location is very convenient, ten meters from the exit of Omori Kaigan Station on the Keihin Kyuko Line. There are also many restaurants around, and there is also a large supermarket itoyokado. To Shinagawa Station, to Haneda Airport can be reached within 30 minutes.
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)
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
Very good value for money hotel. Full marks, small partners, whether it is a business trip, or travel is recommended. However, 10-16 points can not be in the room, otherwise it will not be cleaned; the kettle needs to go to the front desk to rent. Some do not meet the Chinese habits, just pay attention to it.
It's Ningyocho, but Nihonbashi is just a short walk away. Convenient.
A lot of amenities such as coffee and face packs are provided at the front desk.
You can wash and dry it for free. (Detergent is sold for 110 yen, but if you can bring it, you may want to bring it.) However, it is for household use without disinfection before using the washing machine.
The room is generally good. The bathtub is also big. It would be nice to have a large humidifier ... (There is a small desk type)
Slippers are not disposable type, so those who are interested should bring them with them.
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.
I have never thought of staying here before, because of the relationship between my family and the leaders, this time I booked this hotel. Finding the location may be troublesome for the first time, but I found it very convenient after checking in. Akihabara Station, Kanda Station, Awajicho, Ochanomizu, Shin Ochanomizu are all within walking distance. There is a Family Mart convenience store on the first floor, which is very convenient for eating at night. In addition, as previously shared by other in-house guests, there are many types of breakfast, both Western and Japanese. There is a supermarket on the ground floor of the office podium across the road, and a Matsumoto Kiyoshi makeup store on the first floor.
If you have to be picky, this is a compact hotel chain, which is not as large as other My Stay rooms. There is also a large luggage storage, which can only be free for one night, if it exceeds 150 yen per piece per day. Well, of course, if you will come back later, it might be another matter.
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