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All reviewssubway ticketsdirectly across the streetimperial palacequiet areafamily martnice clean hotelperson roomwould definitely stay here againtwin roomrooms are smallclose to metro stationbooked this hotelconvenience storequiet at nightfantastic locationconvenient locationdecent size
The property is located right across the street from the subway station. There's a mini mart that is open late. Some eateries around the area can be reached on foot without much effort. The reception staff is pleasant & professional. No issues. For a smaller,...More
Stayed here a couple of weeks ago. The Hotel is nice and rooms are a decent size. The staff are all very friendly and helpful.
The Hotel was in a great location. Its a few minutes walk away from Hanzomon metro line and 15-20 mins...More
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Response from monhan, フロント オフィス マネージャー at Hotel Monterey HanzomonResponded 5 December 2017
We thank you very much for your stay with Hotel Monterey Hanzomon.We are very glad that you enjoyed your stay and breakfast. No.5 exit of Hanzomon station is right cross the street and it is very convenient to explore the city , using subway. We...More
Everything is 3 stars, rooms small, internet connection very slow, cleaning of rooms.... if you are alergic to dust choose another hotel! Positive is just position in front of metro station. Socket adaptor is needed, all sockets are japanese.
In terms of pricing, this hotel has got it right, it’s conveniently located right next to Imperial palace which makes it a great place for cherry blossom viewing. Staff were very helpful (which is expected considering this is Japan)
Rooms were very small, but then...More
This hotel looks good on the website and from the outside but once inside the façade crumbles. In UK terms it is sub Travelodge and well below Premier Inn. The reception team while busy are less helpful than most. The carpets have seen better days...More
Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.
Yes, the hotel has English speaking staff. You can take the Skyliner to get to the hotel, via Ueno. From Ueno transfer to the Ginza line and get off at Mitsukoshimae. Then transfer to the Hanzomon line and get off at... More
Yes, the hotel has English speaking staff. You can take the Skyliner to get to the hotel, via Ueno. From Ueno transfer to the Ginza line and get off at Mitsukoshimae. Then transfer to the Hanzomon line and get off at Hanzomon station. The hotel is right across he Bancho gate of the Hanzomon station. This is a cheaper way than taking the Narita Express, and it’s faster too.