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Traveled alone, stayed for two nights. Walking distance from the train station and close to metro line Hatchobori. Room was small but clean. Spa was really nice with one pool and two tubs. Front desk staff was helpful and spoke good english. The breakfast had...More
The hotel has small rooms for sure but they still have a lot to offer! My 7 year-old daughter could have lived in that communal hot spring bath as she absolutely loved it. The staff were all very helpful literally 24/7. The location wise, we...More
This was my first stay at a Dormy Inn and I am a fan! The Dormy Inn is close to my ideal concept of a budget inn with all the right amenities.
The rooms are small (I think 15 square meters) but comfortable and included...More
Located near subway so getting to and from Disneyland is easy so you'll be able to maximize the 3 day pass. And it's not far from the city center and other attractions so your itinerary won't be limited unlike if you stayed at Disneyland.
I really enjoyed my time in the Dormy Inn. The check-in was very fast and the staff was very nice and responsive. My double-bed room provided enough space for a single person. I was lucky to have a room on the 9th floor with a...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
As mentioned bed is kinda firm. Try asking for an extra comforter, fold it length-wise then, place it on bed (under or on sheet, up to you) and sleep on top of it. That ought to make the bed feel softer.
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I don't think so. I stayed at the Dormy Inn Shibuya and loved the spa. When back on my next visit (not staying there) and asked if I could pay to use the spa. They said no, it was for guests only. This spa at Hachobori... More
I don't think so. I stayed at the Dormy Inn Shibuya and loved the spa. When back on my next visit (not staying there) and asked if I could pay to use the spa. They said no, it was for guests only. This spa at Hachobori required a room key (and pin code for ladies) for the spa, while Shibuya didn't require a room key, at least for the men's area.