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Disclaimer: This review is applicable only to my Indian brothers & their sisters!
Japan is a very close, cut-off community. They are busy in their own work and never mind about what world is saying about them.
As a hotel, Presso inn is a decent...More
A very functional and well maintained business hotel. Rooms are very small ( but I guess that's true for all business hotels in Japan). Breakfast could have had some more items and variety. No restaurants or room service! But there is a very nice Japanese...More
Firstly, it's easy to find. Leave Tokyo station at the Yeasu exit, cross the road, go up that road opposite, turn right, then left onto the main road and keep walking until you see the hotel on the right. It's about 5 minutes walk. Don't...More
Room stayed: Single room Western style room (with attached shower room and toilet)
Room rate: 12500yen (weekend) with buffet style breakfast
Location: About 10mins walking distance from Tokyo station. One convenience store is located opposite the hotel.
Front desk staffs:...More
this hotel is pretty new and appears clean inside. location next to train/metro mainlines not bothering because of good isolation of windows. rooms are tokyo style very small. even smaller the "bathroom"! like in all japan, so far my experience in kyoto, kochi, beppu, they...More
US$74 - US$186 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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