I was a little concerned at first. Very rarely do i stay in a hotel with an average TA rating of only 3 dots (usually i go for at least 4 dots). Well, for the price, i think this property is a very good deal. The room was clean. I believe this is an apartment building converted into a hotel. It feels more like staying in your own private apartment with a keypad to access your room. The room is small but we only needed the night to sleep for the next morning's flight to Haneda airport. Surprisingly, the room is very well equipped with washer/dryer, microwave, fridge and a kitchen sink. All the toiletries for your room are available at the foyer's lift landing. If i were to come back to stay longer term in Tokyo, i'd definitely consider this place again.
Stayed here for one night, more of a serviced apartment than a hotel. Room was fairly spacious and clean. Did say, city view which we definitely didn’t have. Friendly staff. Fairly happy with the price we paid. The location is also ideal if you need to get to Jamess airport
This hotel is more like a service apartment. The room has washing machine and dryer. It’s has only 4 to 5 rooms on each floor. We only stayed one night in Tokyo this time. But saw that it has a notification saying that there will be no room cleaning service everyday. Also, the hotel front desk is closing at 12 midnight. If you’re not showing up before 12 midnight, you will be considered as no show and there will be penalty. The “hotel” is within 5 minutes walking distance from the train station.
This hotel was very close to the Metro line (Daimon Station) and the JR line (Hamamatsucho station). It was about a 4 min walk from the metro, but the hotel is located in a smaller street so it might be a bit hard to find if it is your first time there. It is about 10 min walking distance to Tokyo tower and is it close to the Haneda airport. I booked a room with 3 beds and the best part was it had a washer and dryer right in my room. It felt like an air b&b stay, but it was actually a hotel. I thought it was very unique that I checked in with a machine and I opened the door to my room with a code rather than a card key. The people at the front desk was not very helpful because their english was limited. Please note that the front desk is not run 24/7 and will require a code to enter the building after a certain hour so make sure you don't check in to the hotel on those weird hours. They don't do room service everything because they are an eco-friendly hotel. The location is great because there are many bars and restaurants near by. The room was a bit tight for 3 people, but doable and the pricing was great. They did have a large closet and a small foyer and there was a kitchen area with a decent size fridge. What I love is that the bathroom and the tub are separate. There isn't much of a view, but there is a small balcony. The beds are twin size. I don't recommend sharing it, but you can if you have a smaller frame.…
Conveniently located, on the way to Haneda. However, no sign on the building therefore very hard to find the place. Check in/out automatic, so the door-key was automatically canceled by 10:00 with our luggage inside, although we asked to leave slightly later, There are nice little restaurants in the neighbourhood