Welcome to Sanco Inn Grande Tokyo Hamamatsucho, your Minato “home away from home.” Sanco Inn Grande Tokyo Hamamatsucho aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Shiba Daijingu (0.2 mi) and Zojo-ji Temple Daimon (0.3 mi) make Sanco Inn Grande Tokyo Hamamatsucho a great place to stay when visiting Minato.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Sanco Inn Grande Tokyo Hamamatsucho offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, 24 hour security, and baggage storage. Plus, Sanco Inn Grande Tokyo Hamamatsucho offers complimentary tea, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Minato's popular lobster restaurants such as NARISAWA, Fish Bank TOKYO, and Mon cher ton ton Roppongi, all a short distance from Sanco Inn Grande Tokyo Hamamatsucho.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Tokyo Tower (0.6 mi), Observatory, Seaside Top (0.2 mi), and Zojoji Temple (0.4 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Sanco Inn Grande Tokyo Hamamatsucho puts the best of Minato at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The room is small but has all the facilities you need with a better than average bathroom and toilet. There are no windows with a view so slightly clostrophobic. You can open the windows slightly and glimpse a wall. The breakfast we paid for was very good. For the price I think it should be included. Not sure how the many hotels in the area compare for price but you may get a breakfast or a window in a room in the area for the same price. Otherwise the hotel was fine and suited our needs for 3 days.the station is near as are many good restaurants.
The hotel has everything a couple needs in a typical small space room near Hamamatsucho/Daimon station. The hotel is convenient since it is a short walk to the subway and JR lines. It's very cramped so large suitcases may not fit in the room. The room was very clean and the service was very good. It's an experience to stay in a small hotel room for those from other countries.
Location is good - near to subways. Not many eateries after dark though. Hotel staff are polite and nice. Room is big for Japanese standard. My only concern was the loud pounding sounds in my room in the middle of the night over two days. It was strange and the noise stopped when the hotel staff came up. On my second night, I even went to the room next door to find out if they were the one pounding on the wall but no one came to the door. I checked with the hotel staff if anyone else near my room had complained of the strange noise but they said no. The pounding noise was loud enough to wake me up and kept me awake. I even called my partner when the second time the noise came to prove that I wasn’t dreaming and sleepwalking. I do hope that it was some angry guests next door or above my level pounding on the walls on those two nights. It was scary for sure and I don’t see myself checking in there again. …
It’s our first time to Tokyo Japan, the hotel actually near offices area which we had meeting. And very close to train station Hamamatsucho. Room is just nice space, not too big as in Tokyo, space is expensive. Near some convenience store 24 hours and inside hotel they provide some tea and some drinks also (free, in machine self service). Service is good and there’s laundry room which very helpful for long stay tourist.
Stayed in Sanco Inn during my biz trip to tokyo early this mont. It was a decent hotel stay for 1person with good breakfast. Service was not bad. Just some area of the room was abit dusty which I wondered why. Some plus point, toilet is attached separately from shower area which is something good to have. 5-7mins walk to Hamamatsucho station.