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We stayed in this area because it was very close to where our son lives in Ogikubo. Even though it was out of the centre, we found the centre was easily reached by either the Maranouchi subway line ( very close by) or the JR...More
A little bit far from the center so if you are planning for a late night out, you have a get a very expensive taxi ride back to this hotel. However, within the normal train operating hours, this is a good hotel to stay because...More
Rooms were ok and clean. I got a single room and it was spacious. Bed was bigger than the normal single bed. Toilets were small as expected, I guess a norm in Tokyo. Amenities were pretty much complete. We also booked a twin room for...More
Relexing enviroment, clean, very close to metro station, and also not too far from the metro station. Fresh breakfast in the morning. Staff of the hotel is good at english so easy to communicate, friendly attitude toward the customer.
Я тоже жила здесь две недели во время стажировки в Токио. Отель чистый, тихий. Номера маленькие, была проблема куда складывать покупки. Убирают хорошо, каждый день смена белья и пижамы и полотенец. Завтрак разнообразный - шведский стол. В небольшой магазинчик можно зайти прямо из холла отеля,...More
US$72 - US$121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, there is airport limousine bus from Haneda airport but in general Japanese and tourists will not prefer to use limousine. Once one is out from the airport, one will use the mono rail and then change to local train which... More
Yes, there is airport limousine bus from Haneda airport but in general Japanese and tourists will not prefer to use limousine. Once one is out from the airport, one will use the mono rail and then change to local train which is very convenient.
If you stay few days at Hotel route inn, and have big luggage, you can use the delivery to deliver your luggage to the hotel the next day. You don't have to carry and it is quite inconvenient and not many japanese would have big luggage on the train.
Hotel route inn is just a business hotel. I don't think the limousine will stop there, though.
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"Choose rooms that face west to see Mt Fuji, or those farthest from the fire station."