We stayed by this hotel just for a one-night quick trip while going across Japan. This hotel fulfills all the basic necessities and was pleasant to stay in. We had some quick food nearby and then left early morning to catch a train.
Hubby and I got a Small Double Room. It’s 10sqm in size. The room is equipped with all the basics — bedroom slippers, yukatas (Japanese robes), dental kits, refrigerator, hair dryer, and TV. They also provide tea cups, complimentary green tea, and a small kettle on a burner. …
This hotel provides a nice place to rest up after spending the day out in the city. Very close to both Asakusabashi stations; the Metro is about a 1-2 minute walk while the JR is around 3-4 minutes if you get a green at the pedestrian crossing. If you arrived in Haneda, just…
I've stayed at this hotel thrice, and I've enjoyed my stay each time. I think you would too if you just need it for the convenience and a comfortable room. I believe the best thing about this hotel is the convenient location: near the Asakusabashi Station (Asakusa and the…
My sister and I stayed in 2 separate rooms. Close enough to the train station that it wasn't a hassle moving luggage. Quite close to the sumo arena as well. Price was cheap enough. Owners spoke enough English to help, and they had English forms to fill out. Would stay again.
"Choose a corner room with 2 windows for better ventilation if you're going during no-aircon months."
"Get a room above the mid-level, or the furthest from the lifts; rooms in the mid have windows with a blocked view."
"All rooms are small with smoking smell."
"Let them know ahead of time that you want a non smoking room!"
"Even if you are by yourself, book a double. The rooms are small, (like a lot of hotels in this price range.), so it gives you more room."