I think this is an ideal way to travel, by yourself or with friends, siblings or other family members. The lounge area was a great place to comfortably get work done or unwind, eat dinner, have a draft beer, etc. The showers and bathrooms were great, and the capsules were more spacious than I expected. ...
when we arrived we couldn't believe it was the right place...the front lobby was open to the outside...with a fire in the reception area....the room as smallish as is the case with many in japan so it was expected...the room was very nicely decorated and soooo clean....fabulous...the room even had ...
Rooms are a bit tiny, but staff is very friendly, and pleasant to work with. Breakfast is not included, however within a meter there are some eateries. They will help you translate words into Japanese. Would visit again. Area is very central to other locations and very close to the train.
Easy to get to with a shuttle or taxi or train, the hotel is super-convenient especially when arriving late at night at Haneda or taking off early the following day. Finding an english speaker at the desk is not guaranteed so things could be more difficult if your Japanese is not at a basic vocabulary ...
small room with no windows. very hard pillows, terrible bathroom with a pretty high step-in. If you go, to bathroom at night, need to be careful not to forget about step. Breakfast has almost no selection at all, very few dishes. Staff does not even know how to get to Haneda Airport from Tokyo ...
The room was extremely small and not so comfortable. I'm a short person and even I felt like I was living in a box during my stay.
Located in Naniwa, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Spa World, Tsutenkaku Tower, and Tennoji Zoo. Nipponbashi and Abeno Harukas are also within 15 minutes. Dobutsuen-mae Station is only a 2-minute walk and Imaike Station is 7 minutes.
Located in Ueno, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Ueno Park, Ameya-Yokochō, and Tokyo National Museum. Sensō-ji Temple and Ueno Zoo are also within 1 mi (2 km). Tokyo Ueno Station is only a 5-minute walk and Iriya Station is 8 minutes.
Located in Asakusa, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Hanayashiki Amusement Park, Sensō-ji Temple, and Asakusa Shrine. Ueno Park and Tokyo Sky Tree are also within 1 mi (2 km). Asakusa Station is 11 minutes by foot and Tawaramachi Station is 12 minutes.
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