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The hotel is a very typical Japanese business hotel with small room and no frail deco. The major problem is that it is a bit of a walk to get to the closest subway station. I think there is a major hospital near by so...More
Hotel was OK, however, we had to exit the hotel to enter the back end of the hotel to get to our room via the side street. The main hotel had 2 lifts, the side street entrance where there are about 150+ rooms...had...More
This is a budget hotel, and the rooms are small and simple and the breakfast is simple too. Once you've accepted that, everything is good. The staff were helpful and friendly, the breakfast was fine and easy, free wifi was fast and the room was...More
Ok hotel but very small rooms. Tried to get two separate beds, but that was not possible. It surprised me that the staff were so bad in English. The hotel is close to Tokyo City Air Terminal (T-CAT), and is located in a business area,...More
The size of the room was not great, however, that is very common in Tokyo. Apart from that, we found all the amenities in the room. They made best use of the places. Besides, the attached bath and typical Japanese comode was good. The breakfast...More
US$66 - US$146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#21 Business Hotel in Chuo
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Smoking rooms available
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