Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Chiyoda does not have to be difficult. Welcome to APA Hotel Nihombashi Bakurocho-Ekikita, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and APA Hotel Nihombashi Bakurocho-Ekikita makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, 24 hour security, and express check-in and check-out. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit.
While staying at APA Hotel Nihombashi Bakurocho-Ekikita, visitors can check out Tokyo Character Street (1.2 mi) and Kanda Jimbocho Bookstore Area (1.3 mi), some of Chiyoda's top attractions.
If you like cafes, APA Hotel Nihombashi Bakurocho-Ekikita is conveniently located near Maidreamin Akihabara The Head Store, At-Home Cafe, and Kawai Maid Cafe & Bar Akiba Zettai Ryoiki.
Best of all, APA Hotel Nihombashi Bakurocho-Ekikita makes it easy to experience many great Chiyoda attractions like Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, The National Museum of Modern Art, and Tokyo Station Gallery, which are some popular art museums.
APA Hotel Nihombashi Bakurocho-Ekikita puts the best of Chiyoda at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The hotel is situated quite a distance from the Haneda airport when my family and I arrived to spend the first 3 days of our Japan trip. Though the room is clean, the size of the bed (though mentioned can fit 2 adults), its not very comfortable as the room is also quite small and I thought that it was a queen sized bed. Wifi is free but maybe quite unstable at times.
Everything was excellent. Well located, 2 minutes wall to bakurocho station and 10 minutes walk tu Asakusabashi station. The room was clean and and the staff very friendly. My only suggestion is that it would be nice to have free hotel umbrellas to borrow for rainy days. I will stay there again.
First of all this hotel is in a great, quiet location with brilliant transport connections to the main metro and train lines to get to everywhere you need to go in Tokyo. There is also bus right outside to Tokyo station or Asakusa. Akihabara is within easy walking distance (20 minutes). There are also some great little places to eat near by and plenty of convenience stores - and even a Denny's within 2 minutes walk. It is also close to the stations that can take you directly to Haneda OR Narita airport. The reception staff are so lovely and polite, and were so kind helping me order pizza!! The rooms are modern with an absolutely huge TV (with all Japanese channels - but no complaints there we were in Japan), effective air conditioning, the bed itself is very comfortable with a memory foam mattress. We have travelled in Japan a lot and this is most certainly the most comfortable bed we have slept in for "Western" tastes. The pillows however are pretty horrible - hard memory foam, not too much of an issue as we just went to Daiso and picked up some cheap fluffy pillows for our stay. The room and bathroom are absolutely TINY, I mean the smallest room we have ever stayed in, with all our luggage and "stuff" even when stowed under the bed it was really claustrophobic. We were tripping over stuff - and each other whenever we were in the room, one person must remain on the bed at all times to allow the other person to move around! . The bathroom is so small my knees were up against the door .. however it's got a great little Japanese deep bath and every bathroom gadget going! The amenity kit is also amazing with everything you could ever need. They also provide a daily yukata / slippers which is really impressive for what is in fact an economy chain. There is a fridge and kettle in the room which is awesome for stashing away those 7/11 snacks! We were staying 13 nights so the room did start to feel really really claustrophobic, our bad for staying so long I guess! My 4 stars isn't actually for the room size, it's for the crazy room cleaning system. Your bed / linen is only changed every 4 nights, this is when the room gets a "clean" too. Because the room is so small dust gathers quickly and the room started to feel really shabby and unclean as it was never really given a good going over the whole time we were there. I actually went out and got my own cleaning wipes and spray as the desk where we were making tea and the black wood work in the room was getting really dusty, I was worried about it getting ruined and permanently stained from my excessive tea consumption and drips. I absolutely accept from an environmental perspective that linen changing in hotels is excessive and we didn't mind the 4 day bed change (the hotel also runs a strict recycling policy - which is great) , however I do think a daily hoover and dust up / bathroom clean is essential in a room so tiny as it just started to feel so gross! Would absolutely choose to stay in an APA hotel again next time we are in Japan though. Thank you.…
The hotel is in a great location near a bunch of subway stations. Check in was very easy. The room was small and nice. It had a fridge and hot water kettle. The bathroom was supplied with shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. The hot water never ran out. Overall, I had a great stay and I'd definitely use this hotel again.
One of the smallest room I’ve ever seen.. it’s fine if you don’t have much luggage .. we do lol. Anyways service was good! The bed was quite comfy too. Would recommended if u r traveling here with less luggage
This was the smallest room I have ever stayed in. But it has everything you need. The only con is that the housekeeping was weird, they didn’t change the sheets and pillow cases?! Breakfast downstairs is a bit overpriced for what you get..
Using a hotel for a city stay is basically just for sleeping and showering. Thats all you need. I said dont bring your cat because you couldn' t swing it in the small rooms. But thats ok because everything else is fine. Our room was 1408 on the top floor. We checked in after midnight with no.problem our emails were replied to via booking dot com . The bed is comfotable although we asked for extra pillows. The bath room is tiny but it all works and i had a bath every evening. The biggest thing in the room is the TV everything on it is in Japanese even BBC world news is over dubbed. You csn pay to view movies. We didnt. Just over the road to the left is a 7/11 type shop where we bought breakfast. Coffee cakes that sort of stuff and wine and beer for the evening relaxation. The metro station is a few minutes walk. This is a handy area for visiting Tokyo no problems at all. Recommended. …
The room is super tiny. It’s just a few minutes walk from the JR Bakurocho station but it is at a quiet neighborhood. The subway station is a few more minutes away. There is a mini store (convenience store) right next to the JR station. The hotel is easily spotted. It’s high tech to check in - there’s a big touch screen for you to enter the information to pull up the reservation. The room is super tiny, there is no space to put luggage and they suggested you to put under the bed. The bed itself isn’t that comfortable. You do get a big TV. That’s about it. The bath tub is the smallest I have ever seen. The hotel room is super tiny so besides it being new I can’t think of the reason to stay at this hotel. There are a lot more choices.