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Stayed here as a party of 7 (4adults and 3kids). Booked 3 rooms. I was expecting the rooms to be do much smaller- I was happy and pleasantly surprised.
Everything was neat and clean, staff were friendly.
Would have liked an English tv channel, but...More
This hotel is located near the exit station and surrounded by shop, only few steps from Zara, Bic Camera, and drugs store where you can buy make up and skincare. Restaurants are everywhere. Receptionist is at 3rd floor, while in 1st floor there's 7-11, 2nd...More
Very clean room. Bathroom is well stocked. Japanese style efficient use of space. Loved the free use of a smartphone that came with the room - we took advantage of that while we toured around the city, saving the battery and data usage of our...More
This hotel is near the east exit of Ikebukuro station and quite easy to find.
Like that it's has got lots of convenience stores near it and is near also to Animate! :)
The staff were also very helpful with getting our letters/parcels. Great service!
I booked this hotel for my parents’s visit in early March. I joined them when I was back from snowboarding trip. The hotel is in a perfect location for shopping and eating and transportation. You basically can find everything in Ikebukuro. I, myself, stayed near...More
Ikebukuro is an area of massive development. Several thousand tenants occupy two giant department stores and shopping malls, where all sorts of shopping and gourmet foods can be enjoyed. The 60-story building at the east entrance of the station, Sunshine City, is a landmark within Ikebukuro and features an aquarium, planetarium, theme park as well as an observation platform. The popular name for the western side of
this area is "Otome Road" (Maiden Road) and there are many shops selling products related to anime with a female theme. It has rapidly become the worldwide headquarters for ‘otaku’ or geek culture.