The hotel is very conveniently located a short walk to the Imperial Palace ad to the metro station of the Yurakucho and Hanzomon lines. You can easily reach most of the tourist areas from there. Unfortunately that is all about the good things. The room is the smallest I ever had. I flew via Singapore and stayed at similar budget hotels and the size was 1.5-2 times bigger. We had booked for more than a week and ultimately felt claustrophobic. If you are traveling with more than a suitcase you will struggle to fit it. We tried the breakfast on the ground floor restaurant once and both quality, variety and cleanliness of the venue were disappointing.
APA not my usual brand but... A. Normal polite but fairly robotic front desk staff, little english spoken B. Clean adquate but typically small rooms. C. Bed very firm..and not for longer people Super convenient location and value for money tho
Great location, no noises, clean room, kind service and good breakfast. Nothing to complain about expect that the rooms are quite small. Almost no space for your luggage. I do recommend staying here for a few days visiting the city, but no for long periods.
This was a convenient place to stay – in a quiet area, but very near the Hanzoman Metro station. The breakfasts were good – buffet style, with a good variety of dishes. It is reasonably priced. The hotel room was extremely small – but this is Tokyo, where space is at a premium! There were no drawers, wardrobes, etc. – only hangers, and we had to live out of our suitcases during our stay. The restaurant served evening meals, and we particularly liked their pizzas. However, the downside was that it was closed on a couple of occasions (without prior warning) to accommodate private functions. There are numerous other eating places nearby, however, so this wasn’t a major problem. Would we stay here again? Possibly. We would check out other options to see if any hotels offered more space, without having to pay the earth.…
This hotel was convenient for where I needed to go, but the room was very small, even by Japanese standards. The WiFi was also very slow. It was impossible to stream video and even checking my email was difficult.
We slept 4 nights in this hotel. The room is cramped for two adults. You get one "pillow" if you can call it that (more like a very flat cushion) each. We asked for more and were turned down. There is a high step to go into the bathroom (this can be a challenge for someone with a physical disability.) The shower is in a tub, and the height of the tub makes it hard to access. The water pressure and temperature was hard to control. The breakfast is okay (it is mostly japanese style ). The hotel is a little dated and should be refurbished. Location is good, situated close to numerous metro stations which are within a 10 to 15 minute walk.
Good little hotel, although I use the word 'little' judiciously because you have to get used to the fact that Japanese hotels in general don't do 'space' - but just because the rooms are smallish doesn't mean it ain't a good hotel. The hotel 'sparks joy' - to use that famous Japanese phrase - because the rooms are very comfy and use the space efficiently. The staff are great (they fetched me extra coat-hangers, and extra pillows) and the breakfast is fine - the usual mix of normal and weird, but if you didn't want that you wouldn't be travelling there in the first place, would you? Whatever - it's well situated, quiet and down a side street but close to a main road which has all the amenities you need, and a metro station. My one complaint is that the pillows you get by default are as hard as rocks - but when I asked for some softer normal ones, they came running as if their lives depended on it. Absolutely fine. Recommended. …
Stayed here will my girlfriend for 7 days and I could not fault the place! Yes the rooms were tiny but we loved and what do you expect when your in Tokyo! The place was so close to a local train station to explore all round Tokyo! Would 100% stay here again
If you only gonna stay for one night it´s ok. Extremely small rooms, and u can´t upgrade to bigger rooms because all the rooms are in the same sizes. Not the best breakfast. Good things the english speaking staff and close to the underground (5-8 min walk).
We booked 3 rooms for 6 people, to stay 3-4 nights in Tokyo. One day, as we were coming back late night, the receptionnist stopped us to get in the elevator, telling us we no longer have the 3 rooms, but only 2 ! He said that the third room was occupied by another person !! They allowed themselves to cancel our room, to move the baggages onto the two other rooms, and told us to sleep 6persons in those two tiny rooms. We had an argument for one hour, it was very late, we did not understand, we lost time, energy, we were angry, the manager wouldn’t come to explain himself and he better send the poor receptionnist that could not do anything more than following the orders. How did the story end ? They finally gave us back the same room, which was supposedly occupied by a new person !! Whereas it was empty from the beginning !! We receive no excuses from the management, nothing for the time lost because of their mistakes and their incompetence.…