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Great place to stay as its not super expensive (for tokyo), and has great connectivity. Gets the job done, and with standard Japanese service standard, there is really nothing to complain about. This isnt a luxury hotel but for people who want to get out...More
Stayed four nights. Lcation is good (3 minutes walk from subway station). Surprising that the front desk staffs spoke little English while they have quite some international guests. It is a busy hotel. A lot of people checking in in the evenings during our stay....More
1. Located within 2 minutes walk to subway station for Tozaisen and Hibiyasan.
2. Free simple breakfast in their quiet restaurant.
3. Cheaper price during weekend.
4. Nice quality chain restaurants and drinking places nearby hotel.
5. 15 minutes walking distance to City Air Terminal...More
One of typical Jp style business hotels, Keio Presso Inn Group has a good range of hotels in central Tokyo. Stayed for 5nights and felt comfortable enough although the room itself is small and far away from luxury. The concept of the hotel is central...More
This was the 3rd time my wife and I had chosen to stay here. We were there for 4 nights and everything was as we wanted - perfectly clean, well organised, great little start to the day with a standard breakfast selection (very business like...More
US$68 - US$187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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