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103-0025 Tokyo Prefecture, Chuo-ku Nihonbashi Kayaba-cho 1-3-10, Japan – Show map
|Double Room with Small Double Bed - Non-Smoking|
|Double Room with Small Double Bed - Smoking|
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Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi Kayabacho's staff speaks: Japanese
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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
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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Room is pretty small, like most hotels in Tokyo
Location is a bit in between. Business like i guess. It's very close to a subway station, but there is not much reason to walk around the area of the hotel. Ningyocho area may be a better choice.
Use exit 8 from Tozai Line Kayabacho Station to find it. You can easily go to it from Tokyo Central station (20+- min), but it's better to have a map because it is not easy to find it in first time. Staff is not very good in english but very polite and helpful. You can also find vending machines and coin laundry in the hotel. A lot of cafes and small restaurants are situated nearby.If it is a rainy day, staff will give you an umbrella and shoe dryer :)
I am not the first who write this, but room is very small - very few place for a baggage and no wardrobe. Despite of it, the bed was ok - not so small as you can think from the room description.
nice japanese feeling hotel, well connected with the tube, english speaking staff, everything you need in a small space, breakfast included in the price. I recommend it if you are looking for a nice affordable hotel.
Staff did not speak English but I knew that this is a hotel for business people. Staff responsive when you get your message across. Morning breakfast convenient, nice but inflexible on additions or substitutions. Very accessible to all of Tokyo because of Japn's great subway system. Udon place on the corner was good and fast.
Small rooms, but that is the Japanese way.
Staff were friendly, helpful and some spoke good English (really though we should be speaking better Japanese). The bedroom was small but comfortable and quiet with a good bed. It and all areas were clean. All areas received Wi-Fi at a good strength. The hotel stands in a quiet road in the business district. Nearby are plenty of Mini Mart type shops and places to eat. This is the 2nd Sotetsu Fresa Inn we have stayed at and would definitely return to either.
Initially it took a bit of finding and was perhaps a 25 minute walk from Tokyo station. As however this part of the city is laid out on a grid system it was subsequently easy to come and go.
A 5* hotel simply without 5* facilities. In every other respect absolutely excellent
Location and cleanlyness
Roomservice didn't show up daily!
Central location Good price
Breakfast is a laugh (way to small)
I spent here just one night, but i found the place comfortable and easy to find. The staff were very friendly and spoke good english
The proximité of the transport hub
The offer of the breakfast
Rooms are small, (but as expected). Very clean and the staff is very helpfull.
only 2 options for breakfast each day (and always the same)
Location and staff are good
Very very small rooms
Good location! Very clean.
Small Room The breakfast is simple.
The metro station is just a minute walk away (or even less). The neighbourhood is quiet at night but it can really get busy during rush hour. Staff is kind and they speak a fair amount of English. It's convenient to have a vending machine in the hotel itself. Convenience stores are just a few steps away. Overall, at that price, it was more or less a pleasant stay.
The pillows felt like a lump of bricks. Breakfast is just salad and bread.
Location is quite central, close to metro
Staff not always very helpful and very poor English. Additional fee for check-in before 3pm, or check-out after 10am, first time in my life.
Everything about this hotel is absolutely great. The location is very good for this price (Kayabacho underground station/exit 7, but use exit 8 if you've got a lot of luggage since it's got a lift, then cross the street). The area is also within a few stops from Ginza so you will not have to journey long after a late night shopping. The room is very comfortable, well-equipped with everything one shall need. There is even a launderette on the 7th floor. In regards to the internet, despite the fact that it omitted this fact and worried us unnecessarily, there IS wifi available in all areas. The staff also speak very good English, especially once you consider the poor standard of English among general Japanese population. At the reception they even gave us each a goodie bag full of Shiseido skincare samples(which for me feels like being given a Chanel goodie bag in France), and there were also a wide variety of free tea bags, bath powder and spa-related items available near the reception. Breakfast was also very nice, consisting of salad and either a croissant or bread with boiled egg. Seriously, what more can you ask?
Nothing at all
close to the station, and to ginza restaurants and shops, good & quiet neighbourhood
smallish room an bathroom - but still ok, croissant and coffee breakfast
Rooms were fine, it was clean and there was WiFi available. Breakfast was also nice. For the price you pay, it's perfect.
Every time the hotel calls a taxi for you, it will charge 400 yen extra.
Value for money is the main reason that makes this hotel so good. Its location is ideal as it is close to two main stations, surrounded by many convenient stores and within walking distance from main areas of Tokyo such as Ginza and Marunouchi.
Really small rooms and when you have more than one big suitcase, it gets really annoying. However you don't really because you are away most of the time and of course because you paid relativey less than what would be expected in that area of Tokyo.
Staff are friendly
Breakfast no butter for bread Should at least include 1 piece of fruit
Cleanliness Location close to metro and tokyo station. Direct train to Narita airport with just next stop change by metro. Staff was good.
Breakfast was MOSTLY Japanese style only. Although they mention western style, but very little options available.
free breakfast, simple but delicious at the cafe next door, staff spoke excellent English, great free amenities such as bath salts and as much as you want
definitely not walkable from station, not 10 or 15 mins as they say. we took a taxi. we ended up walking to the station after we found our hotel, but it's more of like a 25 minute walk. small room
Friendly personnel that could speak some English as well. Small beds, but as me and my friend are both quite small, this was not a problem. Other hotels were more clean than this one, but for the price-quality it is ok. Close to Lawson and 7 eleven.
The hotel was close to the subway station, but still quite hard to find. You have to take exit 7 at the station, then walk straight for 200m and turn right at the first street on your right hand. There is no smoking room.
Location is 500 feet to direct subway line to Tokyo Center and Rappongi.
Only two choices for breakfast; staff cannot communicate in English, only Japanese; rooms are small.
No english chanel.
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