If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Minato, look no further than Richmond Hotel Tokyo Shiba.
Close to some of Minato's most popular landmarks, such as Zojo-ji Temple Daimon (0.0 mi) and Shiba Daijingu (0.1 mi), Richmond Hotel Tokyo Shiba is a great destination for tourists.
Richmond Hotel Tokyo Shiba offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free instant coffee.
While in Minato, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Richmond Hotel Tokyo Shiba, including Sushi Saito (0.9 mi), SAVOY (1.1 mi), and Sky Lounge Stellar Garden (0.3 mi).
Should time allow, Tokyo Tower, Zojoji Temple, and Observatory, Seaside Top are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Richmond Hotel Tokyo Shiba looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I like the Richmond Hotel chain and think they are pretty consistent, so I tried this one out. Although service-wise it is good like other Richmond Hotels, this room was the smallest out of all of the Richmond Hotels that I've ever stayed at, and was a little disappointing. The neighborhood is not the most exciting, but the location is pretty handy. If you need to be close to Haneda Airport while still being in real Tokyo, this is a good choice, as both Daimon and Hamamatsucho stations (they are on different train lines) are within walking distance, about 5-10 minutes away. I took a morning train and got to my airline check-in counter in about 40 minutes. There is a Starbucks on the 1st floor, which was convenient. There are numerous eating options nearby, some of them tourist traps to be avoided (like Sushi Matori). Check-in is on the 2nd floor. It was handled quite well and I never had a problem with the staff not understanding me. As noted, the room seemed small by Richmond standards, although it was clean. I had a suitcase, and opening that pretty much took up most of the room. The bed and pillows were not bad, and the TV is a good size. The free wifi was OK and the AC/heating was easy to use. I think noise-proofing could be a little improved, but it wasn't that bad since this neighborhood is generally not super loud. The bathroom is an average size and had some nice products, and just barely enough shelf/sink space to store your things. There is a refrigerator and safe. Bottled water is provided, as is free coffee and tea. However, in the room there are no 3 prong outlets for charging your PC, so you'll need to ask the front desk to borrow an adapter (or bring your own). The desk provides an adequate amount of space, but with how cramped the room is, it is difficult to sit and relax in the office chair. The 1 time that I asked for an iron and ironing board, it got to me quickly. Be aware that is it the short board typical in Japan, and using it in the small room was a little difficult. The hotel does provide a newer 4G "Handy" smartphone; its faster and slightly less clunky than the previous "Handy" versions that I've seen at other hotels in Asia, for about the same size. It was pretty useful and had decent battery life. Overall, although it wasn't a bad experience, and despite the hotel's other strengths, the cramped room made it difficult to enjoy the experience. I probably would not come back here.…
Decent business hotel near Tokyo Tower, Daimon station (about 3 minutes walk) and a JR station. Starbucks at the 1st floor. Many convenience stores (1 opposite hotel), eataries and fast food in the area.
This was in many ways a standard Tokyo business hotel, but it seemed a bit better than average in that role. I've been in hotel rooms that would have been so much more usable if they were an extra 10 or 20 centimeters wider. My standard double room had just the necessary 20 centimeters of width so that you could use a chair in front of the desk, fit a suitcase on the floor, and walk around. It was still a small hotel room: just big enough to be usable, but no bigger. But that's much better than the common "not big enough to be usable" problem. The wifi was very fast, though also rather flaky. There was a safe for my laptop. And the laundry facilities near the lobby worked (but make sure not to put the dryer on for more time than you need to; it's hard to stop). There were a bunch of restaurants nearby, including places that many businessmen would get a Japanese breakfast at, so I had no trouble finding food near the hotel for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It's quite close to the Daimon subway station and also quite close to JR Hamamatsuchō Station (on the Yamanote Line), so it's easy to get around.…
First time stayed here for 2 nights. Great location, from Daimon station A6 exit only 2 mins by walk and easy access to Zojoji, Tokyo Tower and Tsukiji market. Friendly staff, willing to help and able to communicate in English. The one bed room was clean, with adequate space to place luggage, as we spent a lot of time outside, a bathtub enough to soothe our bodies way more important than other facilities. We had a nice lunch set at 炭火焼スペインバル Mon and casual supper at 串もん酒場 ちゃい九炉 and てけてけ all very satisfied and only few minutes walk from hotel.
I stayed here for 3 days during my business trip to Tokyo. The location is great. Approximately 30 minutes away from Haneda airport on Monorail. Traveled around the city is so easy with JR green line (the station is in a walking distance). Room was so clean. Though it might be small for two but I traveled alone and didn't spend much time on the room so it wasn't a problem. There's a Starbucks just down on the first floor and Family Mart is just opposite the hotel. Zojo-Ji temple is also nearby.