As we booked through Rickshaw Travel, I didn't select this hotel myself. I was just told I would be booked into a 3 Star hotel that was near a Station. I have no complaints! The room is very small but I understand that is typical in Tokyo. It was like a small version on a UK Travel Lodge. It was clean and the bed was comfortable. This is really the kind of hotel that you just use to sleep. There is not really anything else to do here apart from the public baths but I was too shy to do this! Although the two rooms we stayed in(We went to Kyoto half way through for a few days and then came back) both had Windows, you couldn't see anything out of them, as they were frosted. I'm guessing that's because of how close the hotel was to other buildings. I'm not sure if it's the same for all rooms but something to bear in mind if you like to look out the window! We stayed in 601 & 701. We had Breakfast included but we only ate here once, the food was okay, it was a Japanese/Western style Buffet but I would recommend skipping breakfast here and just grabbing something cheap from a Konbini instead. The location was good, it's on a quiet side street, away from the hustle and bustle but only a few minutes walk from a couple of stations, shops and restaurants. The Tokyo Dome is close by and it's a 20 minute walk to Akibhabra and The Imperial Palace Gardens. The staff were lovely, they spoke basic English and were very efficient with Check in & Out. The man behind the desk on our last day, called a taxi for us when our transfer didn't show up, which was very helpful as I was starting to get stressed about missing my flight! Overall if you are looking for a base to sleep while you explore Tokyo, you can't go wrong with this hotel.…
I am visiting this hotel on July 2019 n we experienced good room for this hotel Room size : enough space for family of 2 kids, may room has 2 beds n 1 sofa bed Food : various breakfast food & tasty pork curry Restroom : typically hi tech japanese restroom Services : Helpful staff Location : near the tokyo dome, plenty of choices for restaurant, near the lawson station, 5 minutes walk to suidobashi starion
I have great time stays here. Twin room is big and clean. Staff is nice and kind. Thanks for small birthday gift for my nephew . I am really appreciated it. Public bath is a plus point after got a day activity. You can take air limosine bus to/ from airport to hotel (stop at tokyo dome and walk to hotel). Just look at the schedule. Happy to stays here. Thanks you tokyo b suidobashi.
I visited Tokyo in November 2018 for 5 days. The hotel is overall good but it’s difficult to find the address if you don’t take a taxi. The rooms are very small and are just a place to sleep. The staffs are helpful. The breakfast had different taste and I didn’t like it.
A group of eight of us including five children recently in October went to Japan. We stayed at the b Suidobashi hotel. I found the single room a bit small for my as I am a big fellow but the twin and treble rooms were great for the rest of the group. Rooms were clean and everyday they were cleaned and topped up. The price was great very reasonable. Breakfast was not included just make sure you book your breakfast the night before as on the day you will pay 1080yen and the night before us only 800yen. Breakfast has a big verity of hot and cold brekky. Great breakfast. Overall not bad for the price. You near the dome, Restarants, pubs and amusement parks.
The hotel is in a nice neighborhood, not far from Tokyo Dome. Part of the walk is uphill and there are stairs leading up to the hotel entrance so please keep that info in mind if you are planning on walking with big suitcases. The hotel had a simple modern lobby. You can get free coffee from the lobby. Staff is professional and efficient but service could have been friendlier...but then again, that could just have been a language barrier or cultural difference issue. Japanese tend to be rather reserved and my Japanese is not very good so I was a bit shy to speak to the staff in English all the time. Rooms are rather large, especially by Tokyo standards. The bed was also big and it was very comfy. The style of the room is very generic, typical businessman's hotel but it was spacious and clean. The hotel seems old but you can see they took the time to upgrade the look by changing some of the light fixtures and stuff like that. Good basic amenities such as refrigerator with a freezer compartment, room safe, closet (pretty rare in hotels of this class), etc. The "do not disturb" and "please make up room" magnets that you stick on the door were clever, so much better than the flimsy cardboard signs you usually hang on doorknobs. The bathroom was small but typical of Japanese hotels in this class. I feel the bathroom needs an upgrade. Perhaps they can start by changing the light to make the bathroom brighter. Sink and shower need to be improved. They look old. I had to play around with the taps for a bit to get the water temperature to what I wanted it to be. Water pressure could be stronger. Water in the tub took longer to drain than expected and at one point, the water started to leak out onto the main bathroom floor (I noticed this sometimes happens with modular bathrooms). The washlet had a seat warmer so that was a plus :-) Since I wasn't too happy with the en suite bathroom, I would take a bath downstairs in the onsen. It was my first time to experience onsen and it was quite nice. Water pressure downstairs is very strong so showering is very refreshing. The onsen water temperature was just right. The sauna was too hot for me, I could only stay in there for a minute or two. You just need to bring your towel from the room. Toiletries in the onsen are complete. After enjoying the steamy onsen, it's nice to enjoya cold drink or ice cream from the vendo machines just outside the onsen entrance. Our room didn't come with breakfast and we found the breakfast expensive considering we could walk down the street and get a great breakfast for half the price. However, if your room comes with free breakfast, you might as well enjoy it as it's quite filling (from what we saw). Like most places in Japan, the hotel is generally quiet--as long as other guests are quiet. One of the nights we stayed there, there was a big tour group of rather talkative tourists so it was a bit noisy in the morning. This hotel makes me feel like I'm at a business convention, it's not very homey but all in all, it's a decent place to stay. I still hope they improve the bathroom (in the room) but at least they have a nice onsen downstairs.…
The location was great. Easy walk to train stations and very close to quite a few bars, restaurants, and of course, Tokyo Dome City and all of it's shopping, restaurants, and attractions. If you forgot anything, there's a large Don Quijote down the street as well. It's also an easy walk to the park behind Tokyo Dome. I booked through Hotels.com and reserved a double bed non-smoking. Just as described. The room was actually a lot more spacious than I expected based on previous encounters in Japan. Private bathroom with a decent sized tub/shower. The room had a mini fridge as well. The beds were pretty comfortable for a hotel, though the pillows weren't so great. We did have an English-speaking person check us in. While the language capability may not be fluent, we were able to communicate and I only speak a couple of words of Japanese. They were also kind enough to hold our luggage after check out while we explored around. There's a restaurant on site as well as public baths (gender specific) and they give you the code at check in. We didn't venture there, but they are available. It was very quiet and just what we needed. Free WIFI in the rooms as well. I'd stay there again.…
The hotel is hard to find at the first time. As typical for Tokyo, the rooms are very small. The hotel is clean and the staff is very friendly and supporting! The rooms feature an air cleaner whichnis helpful for people with an allergy.
Bad from the start . I lost my reservation number call hotel and what a fiasco . Not a person speaks English . Not one ! Website states hotel speaks Japanese and English . Desk clerk keeps me on hold for 10 minutes never again to pick up phone . Canceling reservation
A great value in Tokyo for about $80 a night. A little difficult to find initially, but within easy walking distance of Suidobashi station and Tokyo Dome. The big plus of this hotel was the wonderful Japanese bath on the basement level complete with sauna and plunge pool as well as two different baths with different temperatures. Staff were very helpful with sightseeing information and the room was comfortable and quiet