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103-0025 Tokyo Prefecture, Chuo-ku Nihonbashi Kayaba-cho 1-3-10, Japan – Show map
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|Double Room with Small Double Bed - Smoking|
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Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Suit Press, Fax/Photocopying
Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 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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Score from 528 reviews Very good
The hotel was very conveniently located, just one minute to the Metro station. It was also in the area where the Tokyo Marathon passed.
- Helpful and nice staff. However, limited English, as customary in Japan. - Wifi worked fine, without interruptions. - Room was okay and quiet for the most part. - Printing service for good value. - Laundry room that accept coins, also drinking machines. But beware of the static electricity in the room. Do not directly touch the handle to get out if you have been for some time in the room. - Free toiletries and you can get a free bottle of water by reusing towels and sheets. - Possibility to leave baggage (e.g. prior to check-in), as in other hotels. - Couple of convenience stores nearby where you can retrieve money. You can find some restaurants further away.
- Location can be terrible, terrible to find. If you travel there, my suggestion is to use the Kayabacho station exit with a glass cover (no 4, I think). If you carry heavy luggage, you can find an exit through a passage that leads to an elevator, but need to find back the proper exit in the surface; otherwise you may end up searching the hotel for a long time. - Do not accept card to pay. You must bring cash. This is similar to some other hotels in Tokyo, but it is very annoying nevertheless. - Breakfast is very limited. Other hotels provide a sort of catering where guests can repeat. Here, it is a tray with a bow of salad, boiled egg, margarine (no butter), a drink and either toasts or a croissant. - Room relatively small (but again, this is the standard for Tokyo), bathroom smelled a bit, heating system is barely imperceptible.
Close to exit 7.
More choices for breakfast would be great.
The room is rather small....
Good location near the metro, includes breakfast.
Tiny rooms, staff were polite and efficient but not friendly.
The lobby/entrance is connected to the coffee shop next door where you pickup breakfast. Its like walking into an ashtray. Later in the day when the place is filled with smoking business men, the lobby becomes smoke filled. It's a mad dash to the elevator while holding your breath.
If you hate stinky tobacco smoke don't hang in the lobby. Smoke from the attached coffee shop drifts into and fills the lobby masking even s walk to the elevator a stink.
V.convience location and clean
the room is rather small.
Coin Laundry Hotel very near Subway, lots of food surrounding hotel. Staff is nice. Great Price. Very Simple Breakfast, you will eat again anyway.
DONT TAKE SUBWAY IF YOU BRING BIG LUGGAGE, You will find very high stairscase (BEWARE NO ELEVATOR). Tokyo - Otemachi - Kayabacho with big luggage = dead, i suggest better take taxi.
Good location Good Staff Good service
Really awesome location. About a 15 minute walk from the Tokyo Station, with 2 other stations within a 5- and 1-minute walk. Could basically get anywhere in the city from this hotel. The bed was really comfy and the bathtub was great. Value for money was excellent, especially for Tokyo and considering the location. I actually liked the daily included breakfast and thought the coffee was pretty good.
This is a good hotel to stay at if you don't plan on spending too much time in the room because it's so small! The size of the room makes it a bit difficult to store luggage and bags.
Very kind and helpful staff, tasty breakfast salad and they got Wifi.
Clean and hygienic. Even your room pyjamas are changed daily.
-They accepted our late (midnight) check-in request without issue. -Good English by the staff. -The bed was very comfortable. -Normal size for a business hotel in Tokyo. -The included breakfast was very nice!
-Didn't accept our debit card, and there was no heads up about this. We had to go to a nearby convenience store and get cash out.
*Fresh breakfast You can choose between egg with toast and croisant with salat + dressing, plus one drink (coffee, tee, juices) - you are getting an voucher for the bar next to the hotel, where the breakfast is. *Great Location 50 meters from next subway station, 20 minutes by foot from Central Tokyo Station. Around the place are a lot of grocery shops (7/11, drogery, pharmacy) *Friendly Staff Trying hard to help you with all your needs, although (like most people in Tokyo) english is not spoken very well and a little bit hard to understand due to japanice accent. You can lend an umbrella for free and buy an adapter for your chargers (500yen). *Room Like most of the reviews stated room is a little bit small, but for an sightseeing trip perfect value for money. Room is in very good condition and daily cleaned. Furthermore everything you need is findable inside (hairdryer, water kettle, glasses, fridge, pyjama, teethbrushers, etc.) *Facilities Inside the hotel is an laundry room, a vending machine room (drinks, beer, juice, instant-soups [very good!]) and an microwave. *Checkin: If you write them before you can check in almost always (e.g. we came at half past 1a.m.) *Checkout: until 10:00 in the morning, but you can leave your luggage until 19:00 in the evening at the hotel if your flight is going late.
Good location.. Close to station.. Just 2mins walk..
Room too small.. But its ok with the price in tokyo..
Great location: close to subway station with direct train to ginza, asakusa, fish market ... Can take direct train from Narita, arround 1400 yen, check Keisei express access. Free breakfast, fast wifi, bath tube. Clean, quiet. Good value for money.
Room is small. Should be improve by better utilizing the room space. The restaurant staff seem to be less friendly then other Japanese restaurant staffs.
Both regular and staff-in-training are friendly and helpful even though English was a little challenge for them.
As in any hotel in Tokyo, you will not not find the room being spacious.
Location (1min to metro, 15min walk to main train station), value for money, availability of drinks
Checkout was at 10:00am and none reminded me when I arrived. I checked out at 10:40am and they wanted to charge me for that. I was disappointed because all my other reservations in Japan had checkout at 11:00. A short reminder would have been helpful.
The location would be hard to beat, very adjacent to two subway stations that collectively directly access four (out of Tokyo's 13) lines. The room was tiny - although comfortable and well-appointed - with some of the annoyances accompanying that, but on this occasion more than outweighed by the top location and a very competitive price by Tokyo standards. Room had everything you need with a bed that was, for my bad back, reasonably yielding and comfy. The all-round facilities of the hotel were surprisingly comprehensive with a coin-operated laundry and also the ability to yourself (for a fee) print things out from a computer in the lobby - something many other hotels could think to duplicate. Wifi was very strong. Because the hotel is in the business district (Tokyo Stock Exchange three minutes away) there are plenty of feeding and watering holes nearby, with the one slight downside that many of these are closed during the weekend, particularly Sunday. When next in Tokyo I certainly will be looking to stay at this hotel again.
As stated, the room was really small allowing little space for my 20kgs of clothing and possessions. But in this instance the positives far outweighed that impact - and I did stay for 11 nights. The hotel runs one of those eco-friendly concepts in which you put a card on your bed if you don't need your linen changing. I don't know, but housekeeping seemed to take this as a cue to not even making the bed, much less cleaning the room. The dust in there after 11 days was a bit thick to say the least.
The staff was friendly and helpful. Room was comfortable,. Very close to subway stations.
A bit difficult to find.
Location is very good, super close to kayabacho station. Staff was kind and speak english. Breakfast was ok.
After my 7-night long stay I got bit all over (I guess by spiders). The cleaning condition of the carpet under the bed was disgusting.
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