Looking for a place to stay in Minato? Then look no further than Hotel Livemax Shimbashi, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Minato to your doorstep.
Hotel Livemax Shimbashi is a budget friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Shiba Daijingu (0.3 mi) and Zojo-ji Temple Daimon (0.3 mi) make Hotel Livemax Shimbashi a great place to stay when visiting Minato.
If you like sushi restaurants, Hotel Livemax Shimbashi is conveniently located near Gonpachi Nishiazabu, Sushi Saito, and Sukiyabashi Jiro Roppongi Hills.
If you’re looking for something to do, Tokyo Tower (0.5 mi), Zojoji Temple (0.4 mi), and Observatory, Seaside Top (0.4 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Livemax Shimbashi.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Livemax Shimbashi as you experience everything Minato has to offer.
I consider this hotel to be a very good option for a cost conscious traveller. Although it isn't a new hotel, it was still comfortable, and clean. I found the location near Daimon station to be convenient, as the Oedo line connects to Roppongi, Yoyogi, and Shinjuku and the Asakusa line connects to Higashi Ginza and Asakusa. Nearby is the Onarimon station that connects to Otemachi (near to Tokyo station). I didn't have to make any complicated transfers...I was able to go direct to the tourist destinations in short time. The staff has limited English, but this wasn't a problem. They have cards printed with all hotel rules/instructions in English. The neighbourhood is very quiet at night. It is within walking distance to Tokyo Tower, which was a nice walk in the evening. All all I was happy, and most importantly I got a good night's sleep!…
was clean, poeple nice will help you for all. The size of the bed was small, not like standars in hotels, but was the only thing. they do not ask x money like tip". Next a few block theres many rstaurantes, like the okd
Good apartments hotel(which means not restaurant/breakfast), 10 minutes from shimbashi station and with plenty of restaurants nearby. We went mainly to Italians restaurants (ie "La Pausa" is just 10 minutes away, cheap and good pasta) but on the street to the station there are tens of japaneses ones that after 6pm are packed with salary men going home from work. At the reception we always found somone speaking a basic/good english, the room doesn't get cleaned unless you stick a magnet to the door to tell. At the end they let us leave our luggage after check-out for the rest of the day (our flight was a 10 pm).
This hotel is a little different than most Japanese business hotels in that some rooms are equipped with a small stove and microwave allowing one to use it as an efficiency. This particular outlet (this is a chain) was a little run down but perfectly adequate for a short stay. The rooms are typical of Japanese business hotels (i.e. small) but the bed was comfortable and the internet was extremely fast in my room. The bathroom and shower was reminiscent of what one might find in a travel trailer (i.e. small and forged from a single piece of plastic), and in my room the shower height was actually too low to stand if over 5'8". It was located in a residential area about 10-15 minutes walk from he Shimbashi JR train station which is useful if you are traveling with a JR Rail pass as this is 2 stops south of the main Tokyo train terminal. There are several subway stations similar distances away. There are many restaurants and other forms of entertainment near the train station. I chose this hotel as it was the cheapest of the very few hotel rooms available in Tokyo for the night of my stay, but it was still very expensive possibly because Japanese hotels raise and lower their rates daily, it seems, depending on demand. The staff were very helpful and friendly and over all there was nothing to complain about other than the 10AM check-out time.…
I booked it last minute for my stay in Tokyo. This a apartment hotel so may not fit in conventional idea of hotel service. No breakfast service available but close to some nice Indian restaurants (I am a vegetarian) Rooms have many facilities such as microwave, cooking stove, plates, washer and dryer. cleanliness is good but overall finishing of room is not great like other hotels I stayed before at almost same price range. only one staff could understand and speak English and only basic map of area and tourist information is available with them.