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The rooms are comfortable though small. The location is close to subway and rail stations. Many small restaurants and coffee shops are within easy walking distance. The staff is very helpful and communicate well in English. The room rates are amazingly affordable given all that...More
We decided to stay in this hotel because it´s outside the expensive Tokyo area. However, you can go anywhere in Tokyo in few minutes. There is a metro station just around the corner that will get you wherever you want.
The staff is very friendly...More
Great location on a quiet street a short walk from Kanda (Yamanote Line), Mitsukoshimae (Tokyo Metro), and Shin-Nihombashi (one stop from Tokyo Station and an easy transfer to the Narita Express).
Room was spacious for central Tokyo and even had a balcony! Bed was comfy,...More
The hotel is a good walk from Tokyo station but it is flat and easy walking. However, we did take a taxi on our arrival as it was raining. I believe there is a station much closer to the hotel than Tokyo. We arrived about...More
Both of me and my wife were taking Ginza Line and stopped at Mitsukoshimae and walked to JR Shin-Nihombashi nearby. We took exit # 8 (sadly, there was no elevator nor escalator in the subway). Once we surface in the street level, turn left, walked...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$75 - US$168 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
Definitely the Narita Express. It takes about 50mins to Tokyo. Buy the N'EX round trip ticket (assuming you will fly out of Narita again) as it is the cheapest option at 4,000¥ for the return trip. Buy this ticket at one of... More
Definitely the Narita Express. It takes about 50mins to Tokyo. Buy the N'EX round trip ticket (assuming you will fly out of Narita again) as it is the cheapest option at 4,000¥ for the return trip. Buy this ticket at one of the two JR Rail Offices at the airport but they are not open past about 8pm at night so getting a ticket does depend on your arrival time.The hotel is maybe a 5 to 10 minute walk from Tokyo Nihonbashi but we got a taxi when we arrived as it was dark and we didn't know where we were going! Once you get your bearings it is not a very long walk.
The bed was much larger than we anticipated, quite adequate for 2. It seemed about the same as a double. The only thing was it was alongside a wall on one side due to the room layout. It was a good hotel to stay in. Very... More
The bed was much larger than we anticipated, quite adequate for 2. It seemed about the same as a double. The only thing was it was alongside a wall on one side due to the room layout. It was a good hotel to stay in. Very clean, good location, helpful staff.