Partly my fault in mistakenly booked for 1 instead of 2. Be extra careful when booking. Had to pay 50% extra for 2 person BUT BUT, can't change booking via on line booking, had to re-book AND lose original payment. BAD End up having to pay extra US$60!!! per night, NO Breakfast With that, was given a room the same size as for 1 person. Robbery? No allowance given at the front desk and no help given - absurd! Furthermore, room cleaning is extra $15 per day - should have mentioned in website Website Extremely bad experience. NOT RECOMMENDED
Another great Dormy in experience. Twin room had larger beds that could fit the four of us comfortably. Friendly front desk staff and good extras like late night ramen and welcome drinks. We also enjoyed the public bath and made use of laundry facilities. Close to the action and next to a convenience store. A bit further out for JR Kanda station but still good location. Train noise was intermittent but not too bad. Recommended stay for the price.
We stayed here two nights, our room was on the side of the hotel where you could hear the subway trains early in the morning, but it didn't bother us too much. The staff were exceptionally nice and accommodating to us. The room was smaller than others we stayed at in Japan, but had lots of shelves and spaces to put bags and clothes on to keep them out of the way and off the floor.
The location of this hotel is right beside an exit of Kanda Station on the Ginza Line (this specific exit opens at 7AM and closes around 9PM, plan ahead) but quite a walk from JR Kanda Station (which where I came from). It's a convenient 5 minute or so walk to the busier part of Akihabara. My single room was bigger than expected but with no bath. I had to shower at the women's onsen area. The bed was wonderful! I didn't want to get out. What I like about Dormy Inn chain is you can use their washing machine for free and Y100/20mins for the dryer at the female onsen area. You can check on your TV if someone is using the washer and dryer at real time. All amenities such as hair ties, brushes, cotton buds/pads, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, etc. are available at the onsen area. I must have misread their info on TV that they serve free beer until 21:30 but when I went up before that time, it was already closed at 21:00. Then finally read in the elevator that the free beer was really just until 21:00. But it was okay, I did enjoy their free half bowl of midnight noodles! I got to breakfast the next day after a small misunderstanding about the inclusion in my booking. Breakfast selection was limited but of good quality. The tempura was delicious. …
The hotel is quite new and I think rooms in this hotel are bigger than other same range hotels. The hotel is clean. Half of my stay I had issue with internet speed and I couldn’t have FaceTime without any disconnecting when I asked why internet is not good, the reception gave a router and I was wondering why from the beginning they didn’t give. So from the beginning ask for router. The breakfast that is served is only Japanese and only I had sandwiches that they have. The hot spring and sauna are good and clean.
1.Adjacent to Kanda Station, which is a strategic station thus very convenient and easily accessible to anywhere. 2.Convenience stores, restaurants and supermarket nearby. 3.Room: Clean and comfy. Though a tad small. 4.Great public bath(Onsen), with single free beer and ramen every night. 5.Would recommend whether its family or couples.
This is my second visit to this hotel. Located at convenience location, a few minutes away from JR Kanda Station, which is one station away from Tokyo station. Subway station and convenience store downstair. Several restaurants and supermarket within walking distance. Room is clean and comfortable. I enjoy the public bath. Regarding the breakfast, they did not offer great variety of food, but if you like their tempura the breakfast is good enough to kick start a great day. During one of the house keeping in my stay, they have put two towel on my stuff, the towels are in additional to the usual towel and they look clean. I feel odd when I saw this. Overall speaking, I enjoy my stay here and will consider staying here again in the future.
We spent 7 nights here during our trip to Tokyo and found this hotel perfect for our needs. The hotel is a 5 minute walk away from Kanda metro station & both of the JR Kanda & Akihabara stations. There are several eateries nearby in both Kanda & Akihabara. The hotel itself offers complimentary beer & ramen in the evening which was a real treat after a full day exploring. There is a 7-11 at street level which was perfect for cheap coffee, snacks& breakfast on the go. We booked one of the larger rooms and found it to be quite spacious. Didn’t get a chance to use the Onsen as the indicator showed it was busy on the TV when we were at the hotel. The only negatives were that the bed was as hard as wood (slept ok until I rolled over which woke me up several times in the night), and that the pillows were flat as a tack. This is horrible if you’re a side sleeper as your neck gets zero support and I had to sleep with my hand/arm underneath to compensate. …
This place worked a great with the hot springs upstairs with a refreshing beer after it to wind down after a great experience in Tokyo. Great spot with the train and the metro close by also. Would stay again.
For its price, what a great value! It's located at the end of busy Akihabara so if you like walking, this one's for you. The rooms are big too for Japan standard (2 twin). Water is strong. Wifi had problems sometimes. The free ramen and beer are awesome! Ramen was basic but it tasted good. Beer was awesome! There's a subway station next door as well!