See why so many travellers make Suidobashi Grand Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Bunkyo. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Suidobashi Grand Hotel offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and newspaper are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Suidobashi Grand Hotel, parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Bunkyo, Suidobashi Grand Hotel is located a short distance from Korakuen Hall (0.2 mi) and Yushima Seido (0.7 mi).
While visiting Bunkyo, you may want to try some ramen at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Mensho Tokyo, Yokohama Iekei Ramen Bukotsuya, Dome Mae, or Kamukura, Tokyo Dome City.
Should time allow, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, LaQua, and Yushima Tenmangu are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Suidobashi Grand Hotel as you experience all of the things Bunkyo has to offer.
The reason we stayed here was its proximity to the Tokyo Dome. It was an easy couple of minutes walk away. Plenty of restaurants and convenience stores nearby. Suidobashi station was a 5 minute walk away The rooms, however are tiny! I had a single room that had very little space to put anything! They were clean and warm....but tiny!
Depending on what you want to do in Tokyo, this hotel could be a gem or a hindrance. It is situated in a small unmarked side street opposite the Tokyo Dome and Rollercoast/Ferris wheel fun park. I walked around the area in freezing weather for an hour trying to find it. Thankfully, reception staff at another nearby hotel helped and walked me to the Suidobashi Grand Hotel. I would never have found it on my own. If you want to be near the Dome and Suidobashi Station, it is in a great location. Close by are a few restaurants, a 7-Eleven store, two Lawson stores (similar to 7-Eleven) and Don Quixote which is a 24-hour discount store selling everything from clothes to food to electrical applicances and second-hand Louis Vuitton handbags. It's a very busy supermarket store at any time of the day. I ate outside the hotel so I cannot comment on the breakfast menu. The hotel felt more like a hotel for business people wanting a few nights in Tokyo, not really for tourists, so it had a subdued atmosphere. Other positives about this hotel are: - the reception staff are friendly and helpful - rooms have electric jug, hairdryer, small refrigerator, TV, nice bathrooms (with bath) and comfy beds. - very good free Wifi - rooms are clean Disadvantages of this hotel are: - single rooms are very small. 2.5 m x 5 m and that includes the area for the bathroom. The only place a suitcase can be lay down and opened is on the bed. - walls are not well insulated. Coughing, toilets, crunching paper, the elevators, knocking, TVs can be heard through the walls from other rooms. - the only hanging space for clothes is 4 hooks and hangers on the wall. - my room had a small frosted window which could only be opened by pulling up the bottom half. Too heavy for me. So I didn't see the view from the window. - the aircon in winter is one temperature - HOT. I had my turned off most of the time even though it was below zero outside. The room was too small for HOT air. - checkin is 1500 so if you arrive in Tokyo early morning as I did you have to wait until 1500 to access your room. Checkout is 1000. The location was the best feature and the noise from other rooms and the corridor was the worst feature.…
Tiny room, but probably pretty standard for Japan. No breakfast--need to add another 1,008 yen. That makes this place very expensive compared to others in the area. No English TV channels, no AC control, and everything is quite dated. And seems to forever have a faint smell of smoke in the air. However, it was pretty much as expected, so not really surprised or disappointed, but definitely not wowed either. Staff was great and the location can't be beat, but I just think there has to be a better choice in the neighborhood.
Was in Tokyo for the Coldplay concert and pretty much every hotel was fully booked or they jacked up the room rates to ridiculous levels. Seeing that this hotel was near the Tokyo Dome and Suidobashi station, we gave this small hotel a try. In terms of accessibility, it is just across the road from LaQua shopping mall and exit A5 of Suidobashi subway station so no problems there. Reception staff was friendly enough and spoke English reasonably well. The room itself was very basic and tiny. There was hardly space to place luggage and still walk. There was a musty carpet smell and the room was very stuffy and warm. There is air-conditioning but there is no way to adjust the temperature and the air that comes out from the vent is not very cool. We opened the window and it became bearable after an hour. The window faces the side of a building. You can reach out and touch it! I heard noises from the street throughout the night and I had to close the window again, which made the room stuffy again. The tiny bathroom had a strong damp smell from the shower curtain that made it very uncomfortable to use. There was hardly any space to towel yourself dry as the bathtub looked like it was made for a small child? And no hooks to hang any clothes. At least it was clean and the shower gel and shampoo smelled nice. Wifi was serviceable but slow or nonexistent during evening peak hours. We did note that there was a small refrigerator but it was not cold at all? Reception gave a voucher for free breakfast on one of the mornings. The buffet breakfast is pretty basic but it was good enough for me! I would try for the Tokyo Dome Hotel if you need to stay in the Tokyo Dome area.…
The Suidobashi Grand Hotel was a nice business hotel, because of that don't expect much by way of amenities. It's not intended to be lounged in all day, you get a bed, a small desk and a tiny bathroom. If your dream vacation is to sit in a hotel and watch TV all day, this is not the hotel for you. If you want a place to dump your luggage, sleep and shower; this is your place. The area around the hotel though isn't really that active, I didn't find many bars and the ones I did find were mostly filled with business men and a few women, most likely coworkers. The area seems to have a small focus on traditional Japanese martial arts, at least three shops cater to different types of schools, Kendo/Iado, Karate (the Japanese Karate Association HQ is around the block from the hotel), as well as Judo and a few others. The hotel is across the street from Tokyo Dome, making it a prime location during game days. However outside of that little else is going on if you're a single individual looking for Tokyo's legendary night light without spending a lot of money on cabs.…