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We stayed here 2 nights and what a disgrace this hotel is.
The staff are horrendous, especially the little chubby male one who has a personality of a nut. Every time we quoted something on our booking in which we were entitled to he would...More
Good location, 20 minute walk from Tokyo station and 10 minute walk from the Tokyo City Air Terminal (there are direct buses from here to Narita airport).
Breakfast was fine, with a pretty good range of food.
The room was a single that had been...More
Chaperoned a school trip to Japan and this was our hotel for the Tokyo area. They were very accommodating. The rooms are clean and nice -standard western style rooms. The beds and pillows are not the most comfortable but when you're this jet-lagged it doesn't...More
I don't smoke, but booked a smoking room for one night, and it was ok. The position of the hotel was good for me, I crossed the bridges, walked along the rivers and visited Ryogoku, Edo-Tokyo Museum. The wifi is good.
My partner and I stayed here for two nights. The hotel was quite old, and in need of a "touch up". You could see that the room was well-used with alot of luggage marks on the walls etc, which didn't really bother me. The bathroom...More
US$ 60 - US$ 106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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