Looking for a place to stay in Koto? Then look no further than Comfort Hotel Tokyo Kiyosumi Shirakawa, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Koto to your doorstep.
Comfort Hotel Tokyo Kiyosumi Shirakawa offers guests an array of room amenities including a refrigerator and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available on-site.
Close to some of Koto's most popular landmarks, such as Reiganji Temple (0.1 mi) and Fukagawa Shinmeigu (0.3 mi), Comfort Hotel Tokyo Kiyosumi Shirakawa is a great destination for tourists.
While visiting Koto, you may want to try some tonkatsu at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Tonkatsu Den Toyocho, Nankoken, or Tonkatsu Suwa.
Should time allow, Fukagawa Edo Museum, Kiyosumi Teien, and Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Comfort Hotel Tokyo Kiyosumi Shirakawa as you experience everything Koto has to offer.
I stayed here from December 13-17 of 2019 and I did not encounter any problem at all. Front Desk no matter what time of day or night are always very courteous and accommodating and helpful. The housekeepers are VERY KIND in that they LEAVE A FRESH supply of towels, bathrobe etc bundled in a plastic bag every day since I had the “do not disturb” sign those 4 nights! Breakfast menu is awesome! Train station and Family Mart are right outside the hotel and if you walk a block or two there’s a ramen place, 7-11, a grocery and drugstore, as well. Very convenient location!
The hotel and staff were VERY understanding and accommodating when I recently cancelled my booking due to Coronavirus outbreaks. I was extremely impressed with their response to my questions and very grateful that they were willing to be flexible given the circumstances. I look forward to staying at this hotel in the future.
I stayed at the Comfort Hotel in October 2019, just in time for Typhoon Hagibis to visit Tokyo. The hotel staff were very good during the storm, making sure that everyone was looked after. They accommodated our meeting even though they really didn't have a meeting space for us to use. The hotel is very close to the Shirakawa subway station and Kiyosumi Gardens. If you're visiting Tokyo, figuring out how to use the subway is a must. Kiyosumi Gardens is a beautiful place with lots of history. The rooms are nice enough - what you would expect from a mid-priced business hotel. Comfortable but not luxurious. The bed was clean and comfortable, and all the features of the room worked. Unless you can read Kanji, you will need a translator that works with your phone to figure out the thermostat 😀. The rooms are not big. If you're used to North American hotels you will be surprised as the rooms in Japan are about 1/4 the size of what you get in the US or Canada. On the other hand, you're in Tokyo! What are you doing in your room other than sleeping?…
The hotel is in a reasonable location, and has good facilities - although small, as you would expect in Tokyo. The breakfast area is also small, and has timed sessions (although these did not seem to be policed on this visit). There are a number of restaurants and convenience stores nearby, as well as a station. There is a large garden nearby, which is a relaxing place.
It is just next to Kiyosumi Shirakawa station, so it is one of the main reasons why I love staying here. Moreover, it is surrounded by restaurants. This is a center of historical highlights, so you can find the Fukagawa museum nearby wherein you can find some traditional shops in the same street. I love the seeing the traditional goods out there! Most importantly, dont miss dropping by the Kiyosumi Garden! About staffs and accomodation, they are super awesome! :)
This hotel is located in a nice part of Tokyo, near a subway station. The room was clean and comfortable and the internet was excellent. There was a complimentary breakfast with a variety of things available, including granola with milk for those not wanting Japanese or lunch/dinner style food. There is a 7-Eleven store just down the road where you can get a bite to eat and they'll even heat it up for you, and they also have an atm where my (Canadian) bank card worked
Location: Located near Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and Oedo Line stations. There is a supermarket nearby. There was not much in terms of restaurants and eating places. There is a bank nearby and there was no currency exchange facilities except for US Dollars. Amenities: As in many hotels in Japan, the room was small, but was manageable. Coffee/Tea making faculties and a mini fridge are available. Iron/ironing board can be borrowed from the reception. Wi-Fi was free and did work well. Reception/Service: Reception is at the second floor. Staff was extremely polite and helpful. Almost all can communicate in english. Arranged our luggage forwarding to Osaka very efficiently. Cleanliness: Very good. Breakfast/Restaurant: Mostly Japanese style with a good variety.
This is a nice little hotel. The room we are in is particularly little,about the size of a room on a cruise ship! However think that is common here in Tokyo and the price of the room gives it good value! The bed is very comfortable similar in size to a queen bed. The room is tight however with not much room for luggage..restroom is quite small but functional. The staff is very friendly but could brush up on their English a bit. Included breakfast is very good and coffee in lobby is complimentary and good! Very good location right beside the subway as well is surrounded by grocery stores and eateries. Really like the location! Air conditioning works great and there are about 14 floors. Our room overlooks the Main Street. Comfortable and reasonably quiet!
Disclosure: I like returning to a nice hotel at the end of a long day of sightseeing, and despite a rave recommendation from a friend who preferred this hotel to higher-end brands, my skepticism made me book a backup hotel just in case my experience here turned out to be less than stellar. Turns out, my mind was blown by the efficiency, cleanliness and value of this hotel. I extended my stay by a full week. 1. LOCATION - you can do this with rolling baggage but not by yourself in a wheelchair. From Narita, take the Keisei Skyliner ticket + 72 hour Tokyo Subway pass combination to save $, from the Keisei counter in Terminal 1 or 2 (follow signs). Take the Skyliner to the last stop (Ueno) and walk quite a bit underground, following signs to the E train (station E09 - Ueno-okachimachi) and take it to station E14 - Kiyosumi-shirakawa. Look for Exit B1 (there are narrow escalators going up, fitting the width of 1 person only). Turn left, and the hotel is LITERALLY NEXT DOOR TO SUBWAY EXIT B1. On the other side, next door to the hotel, is Family Mart, open 24 hours and serves snacks, ice cream, drinks and fresh food like rice balls, pasta, tempura, soups and their famous Family Chiki fried chicken filets. So consecutively next door to eachother are: Family Mart // Hotel // E or Z train station (up and down escalators). 2. CLEANLINESS: We stayed on the 12th floor, and at first glance, we saw a tiny motel room. The dimensions are small and that was our only complaint - we had to stack and unstack our luggage on top of eachother to make room. On the other hand, there wasn't a speck of dust anywhere, the bathroom (a plastic pod capsule elevated with a tall step) was squeaky clean and the room looked renovated. The rest of the hotel, although not brand new, was still squeaky spotless. 3. "LUXURY" ACCOUTREMENTS: these are amenities normally found in higher hotels - excellent bidet with heated seating and heated water; high quality, great smelling shampoo, conditioner and body wash dispensers; padded mesh slippers; disposable toothbrushes, hairbrush, razors refilled daily; deep 20 inch tub; retactable clothesline; most importantly, FIERCE WATER PRESSURE, unwavering hot water that pounded out the jet lag; pillow menu with buckwheat and leg pillow options; thick wooden clothes hangers; sateen striped linens and cotton comforters; a strong mini fridge with working freezer space to store ice cream; Japanese automatic wall heating/AC unit that would cost at least $5000 USD that for unexpectedly cold days, instantly provided strong heat. Even in luxury hotels, there is always something - e.g., mini-fridge, heating - that does not work. Here, everything worked reliably, efficiently, as if new. On the 12th floor, there was even a "Bright Light" by the elevator that beamed LCD light for 5 minutes to wake you up. Everything was deliberately thoughtful, clean and efficient. Directions in English galore in the bathroom. Everytime you think, "what the... how do you....?" somewhere along the device is the answer in English. 3. FREE BREAKFAST: Breakfast from 6:30 - 9:30 am, was just as spotless and efficient. Squeaky clean white sectioned trays, hand wipes, fruit vinegar for health, rice balls with salmon/cod, inari sushi, seaweed salad, bean sprout salad, broccoli salad, cabbage salad, corn, miso soup, Western (scrambled eggs, Vienna sausage, approx 3 small pastry types, soup), fresh coffee espresso or Americano, OJ, green tea. 4. QUIET - the soundproofing was unreal. The hotel was sold out most nights and our room 1214 was across from the elevator but I didn't hear a pin drop and slept like a baby. 5. KIYOSUMI TEIEN GARDENS: Barely 2 blocks away, these "stroll gardens" built in the 1870s-1880s charges less than $2 USD admission for a beautifully architected, intimate, peaceful park with stone paths, large pond, shrine structure. Better than some of the more famous larger parks we visited. The only con, other than the size of the rooms (there are only 2 room types - 1 double bed or 2 single beds) is that there is no concierge. This hotel mainly caters to Japanese businesspeople. The hotel staff only speaks Japanese and requires a Skype translator everytime I had questions, including restaurant reservations which often could only be done by a Japanese speaker.…
Nice location: close to the Subway and Kiyosumi Garden (one of the best gardens in Tokyo). Some restaurants in the area (i recommend Yamagoya). Not great breakfast and a few noise from the street. Nice value.