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171-0014 Tokyo Prefecture, Toshima-ku, Ikebukuro 2-37-6, Japan – Show map
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Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Dry Cleaning, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Conveniently located only a 3 minute walk from JR Shin-Okubo Train Station, the Hotel Empire in Shinjuku offers simple affordable accommodation. The lively Shinjuku area is only a 13 minute walk away....
Score from 471 reviews Review score
In a quiet area in central Tokyo, Hotel Edoya features a public hot bath, a terrace and spacious Japanese-style rooms. The hotel provides a restaurant, free Wi-Fi in the lobby and free parking.
Score from 466 reviews Good
Just a 5-minute walk from JR Ikebukuro Station, Sakura Hotel features friendly accommodations with English-speaking staff and a 24-hour cafe with a simple breakfast buffet.
Score from 901 reviews Good
Featuring rooms with a kitchenette, private bathroom and free wired internet, the Hotel MyStays Asakusa is a 5-minute walk from Kuramae subway station.
Score from 1025 reviews Good
First of all price. Convenience stores close by Train station close by Convenient. We didn't stay there most of the time because we were out sightseeing, so room was mostly used for sleeping and bath. Hot water available. Heater available.
Location - got lost first night! But once we found it, it was alright. Carpeted Staff wasn't there when we checked out
Service in Japanese, English and Chinese available. Family run. Firm and comfortable beds. Lowwer floor windows can open (particularly nice if you're claustrophobic)
Could be cleaner.
The room was so comfortable more than i expected.
Quite far from eki.
Good price compared to others in Tokyo Small hotel and tries to provide all the essentials for guests
Extremely narrow corridor
The staff were friendly and the bathroom was alright.
The room was dirty, toenail clippings and a piece of discarded fish was found next to the bed. The bed itself was quite uncomfortable.
ensuite bathroom free wifi can leave the luggage before and after checkin-check out
no staff before check-in time
very small room, small even for a single room (it was triple!!) not clean (garbage from the previous customer), two towels for three persons, no cupboard at all no tea or coffee not recommended
Close to JR and subway stations. Reasonable price. You can check luggage.
We had used soap that's hard and crusty in the soap dish when we checked in. The hotel is very hidden in some side alley way. No one knows where it is. Took us about an hour to find it. One of three towels had a hole in it. And there's hair. And the other one. Wifi is weak and can easily disconnect. Front desk is not 24 hours. And the front desk doesn't speak English.
there are convinient stores nearby. it is located in a very nice area.
a little bit difficult to find and the room is quite small.
Not far from the nearest JR/subway station.
A bit challenging and confusing to find the hotel. You have to find the direction to West Exit, just go straight until you pass the escalator on your right. Then you will see the signboard of Exit C6 mixed with other Japanese word. Go down the escalator and find the exit C6. Go up and turn left. Walk until you see 7E on your left. Go straight until you see the drug store ' Ippondo'.Turn left and go straight until the end of the road. The hotel is on your left.
1) No man at the reception 2) Reception area extremely congested 3) Room offered to us was in the basement (with almost no contact with daylight) 4) Extremely cramped room, suffocating 6) Wi-Fi not working in basement room 7) No food available on premises 8) The locality is surrounded by hotels offering rooms for prostitution at hourly rates, not good for family stay
Far location Bad staff they charge us 1,000 yen for late check in although we told the staff before when we come.
- Dirty and pretty small room ( two bed room size with 3 bed, they have no 3 bed room) - No Air-conditioner - No service like room cleaning - Don't stay - You can use credit card if you are ready to pay additional 4% of room charge ( thus, I paid it by cash)
Wifi connection was not good The location was in Motel Area The key was as weak as cheap chain lock
Location. Very close to ikebukuru train station. Wifi doesn't reach top floor.
Small double bed, we're both slim, but would wake very stiff. Very small room.
The Location is not far from West Exit C6 Ikebukuro Station. The room is spacious enough for us. And the price is pretty cheap for stay in Tokyo with twin room. There's a small refrigerator and they also prepare free towel and tea for guest.
The bed is a bit hard and the AC somehow not functioned really well, but we don't really care much about it.
Proximity to shopping and public transportation is the only plus.
Rooms way too small for 3 people and could use more lighting. Our room was extremely dim. Though the rooms were cleaned daily they nevertheless seemed consistently dirty and the bathroom smelled like a public toilet - a condition one rarely encounters in Japan, even in public toilets. My daughters had such a difficult time handling the situation that I had to cancel 11 days of our stay and instead get a room at the Metropolitan close by. Though the latter charged almost 3 times more I feel that it was well worth the extra expenditure. My fault for trying to get lodgings on the cheap.
near JR / Subway
For the price we paid, the room is equipped with complete facilities and toiletries. We were booked on 2 unconsecutive nights --sunday and tuesday nights. Since we were staying in a different city on a monday night, the staff was very kind enough to keep our luggage for one night before we come back the following day.
It was difficult to find. We got lost but there was a good japanese guy who helped us search the hotel through his mobile phone gps
The location is very close to the Ikebukuro station, as well as 7-11 and Family Mart.
It cost an extra 5600 JPY just to pay with a credit card. Although the rooms were cleaned daily, the teapot and cups inside the room were not and by the end of my stay they had mold in them.
not far from metro-station quiet area
carpet is clean but shabby
Nice price/quality ratio.
There were bed bugs in one of our rooms.
Very friendly staff
Large number of bedbugs in the room
Friendly and helpful english speaking staff. Very close from ikebukuro both JR & metro stations. Lots of shopping, various dining options and some bars nearby. Rooms are, of course, small, but cozy and clean. If you need extra cleaning during your stay you need to ask for it. The cleaning lady doesn't speak english, so ask in the reception. Overall very small friendly hotel, but don't expect anything fancy. You can climb to the roof and enjoy the view.
They give you only one room key but you can leave it on the reception. It's not eben a drawback but a plus - this way you don't lose your key. Reception deck is very small, and there's only one person, so sometimes you need to wait for them to come if you want to ask a question.
Good position near ikebukuro station, good price
not really clean
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