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2-6-21 Kyobashi, Chuo 104-0031 Tokyo Prefecture
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will open on April 3, 2019 The time and space of remm have been designed around the concept of “better sleep” that can be felt through your five senses. Experience the exquisite time that remm offers. remm Tokyo Kyobashi locates approximately 1 minutes by Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Kyobashi Station.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Restaurant
Massage chair
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary tea
Vending machine
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Air purifier
Air conditioning
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Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
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Wake-up service / alarm clock
Electric kettle
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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English, Japanese
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cecilialeeraj wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore84 contributions45 helpful votes
This is a very good and value for money hotel if you are looking for something in between luxury and budget :). What I really like about the hotel is the advance technologies in the hotel, the quiet ambience, efficiency of the hotel staff and of course the great location. The staff had really put in a lot of effort to clean the room and you can see it through the cleanliness of the toilet. Room slippers are provided everyday unlike most of the hotels. They really have a good etiquette as any unfinished drinks left on the table, they would not dispose it and will leave a note to ask you to call them if assistance is required to dispose and clean it. Of course we didn’t ask them to clean but that really left a good impression as most of the hotels I have stayed in will just take their own decision and dispose your drink. Although this may be a small matter but it really show the high standard of good etiquette of Japanese. Another mention is their fantastic location. Right outside the hotel is the Kyobashi station where you can travel to Ginza, Ueno, Shibuya in a shorter time frame. Else, you can just cross the road and walk straight through about 500m to Tokyo station where you can take to most of the train stations. Not forgetting the Narita bus terminal is also at the same spot. 1000 yen to the airport which is 50% cheaper than the train fares and you dun need to drag your luggage up the various stairs or escalators in the train stations to the airport. We walked from the hotel to places like Tsukiji fish market and even Ginza. There are lots of supermarkets around which you can easily get ready snacks or strawberries, yogurt at a much cheaper price. Food wise, Tokyo station has a lot to offer with the famous ramen - Rokurinsha Tokyo and Gyukatsu Motomura Tokyoyaedu for the famous beef coated with breadcrumbs. Ginza is also good for sushi too! That said, not everyone will like the size of the hotel room and it’s toilet as it’s really very small. Toilet can only accommodate one person at a time. No space to put in 2 luggage and we literally had to put one luggage one at a time on the bed just to pack our stuff. However, there is a massage chair for your tired body after the amount of walking per day! But be prepared that the functions are only basic and don’t expect it to be an osim standard. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay with Remm Tokyo Kyobashi hotel. Thumbs up!
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Date of stay: March 2020
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missie0 wrote a review Feb 2020
bangor australia212 contributions59 helpful votes
Stayed two nights. Needed to be near Tokyo station for further travel in Japan. Very modern. Large shower ( no bath )Comfortable bed. Small floor space. Not suitable with 3 suitcases. Ok as spent most time not in room. Quality fittings. Excellent buffet breakfast.for the price,comfort of sleep,location and excellent food,can't fault. Stay again? Yes with smaller bag? Or take out of bag what you need and leave in storage at reception
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Janli0104 wrote a review Jan 2020
Hong Kong, China315 contributions146 helpful votes
The hotel is located between Tokyo Station and Ginza. It is within walking distance to both places. There’s a subway station literally 30 seconds from the hotel but of course it always depends on where you are going to define if it is convenient. Down side was that nothing was opened after 10pm nearby the hotel except the two convenience stores. The room was on the small side - which is common in Japan. I guess it was alright as you will be most likely be out all day when you are in Tokyo. Reception staff were friendly and helpful!! Recommend anyone who would like to stay in Ginza area.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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irman_nf wrote a review Jan 2020
Tangerang, Indonesia281 contributions71 helpful votes
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Hotel is strategically walking distance to Ginza and abt 15 minutes walk from Tokyo Train Station. Rate is reasonable. The room is small but nice and clean. The room has a massage chair but size is a bit small. Breakfast food is fine, it serves Japanese and western food. The receptionists are not Japanese. They laughed at me with their colleague and spoke in “a foreign language” when I ask some (they may think a stupid) question when I was checking in. Overall I enjoy stay in this hotel and willing to come back.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled on business
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KL19 wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore241 contributions57 helpful votes
This is our 3rd Remm Hotel in Japan and they never fail to impress. Our first was at Shin-Osaka station while the second was at Akihabara station. This one is just above Ginza line which we used a lot this trip. The room is modern and spacious @ 18 sqm. Lotsa space to relax in the room if you need to. A massage chair in the room was really useful after a long day. Will definitely be keen to come back to the hotel in our next trip.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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hkcat wrote a review Dec 2019
55 contributions76 helpful votes
Located conveniently next to Kyobashi subway station of Ginza line, and within walking distance to JR Tokyo station, Yurakucho station, and also the shopping district of Ginza. The standard semi-double room is a bit small to accommodate my medium sized luggage. The massage chair has taken up some space but then it’s quite relaxing using the massage chair before the sleep.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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TourismDr! wrote a review Nov 2019
Greensborough, Australia42 contributions44 helpful votes
When my agent booked this, I knew it was going to be money relative to quality. But I got a surprise! Within walking distance of everything, this was a great accommodation experience for this former non Tokyo lover. While the junior staff could be a bit short in attitude, the hotel company obviously treasure the senior staff and they were so helpful. This place is clean, it has everything within a 'cooee' (nearby, I am here- Aussie slang). The rooms have little massage chairs- not for the larged-boned person, but still good. Kyobashi is near Nihonbashi and if you look closely at street corners you can easily find your way around. Morning breakfast is Japanese style, but non- Japanese choices too. Coffee was very good for the regular Japanese gentle palate! Getting taxis, public transport etc all at the front door or around the corner-typical in tight spaced Tokyo. Loads of character, history food outlets all across the road. Pedestrian crossings and lights make it a safe experience. I will return!!
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Room Tip: This is Tokyo, all rooms are quiet- double glazing.
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nycbee wrote a review Oct 2019
New York City, New York222 contributions129 helpful votes
Remm Tokyo Kyobashi is a recently opened hotel, about a ten minute walk from Tokyo Station. The room was clean and sparkly new. The rate was fair for the quality and location, though by no means budget. I was in a Double Room/Single occupancy. The room size was decent except for one giant problem--there was a massage chair in the room. This is a nice idea in principle, but a terrible idea in reality. There was literally not a square inch of space for a suitcase. I had to balance my suitcase on the small sofa and coffee table, thereby, rendering them useless. The situation is senseless and hotel management should reconsider having a massage chair in every room. By the way, the rainfall shower is fabulous. The breakfast was good but I'd have liked a bigger variety of Japanese dishes. The Kyobashi stop on the Ginza line is literally at the front door of the hotel and there is a 7 Eleven located at the street level of the building. I would love to say I'd unquestionably stay here again, but would only do so if the hotel removes the massage chair from the Double Room so that there is room for at least one suitcase.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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cml77 wrote a review Oct 2019
Singapore, Singapore123 contributions74 helpful votes
Had the opportunity to stay in a Twin room for a business trip followed by a double room for my own extended holiday. The double room is really small and rather hard to maneuver if you have lots of items or a huge luggage. The twin room is a good size that comes with a writing desk. Both rooms do not come with a cupboard, just a small space beside the door to hang up your clothes. Aside from the size, it's a really modern room and I liked how brightly lit it was. Standing shower was great, bed and pillows were comfy. Most importantly, it is in an excellent location. Kyobashi Station is at its doorstep. Tokyo Station is just 10 to 15mins walk away, and several eateries just across the road at Edogrand. For the price, it is indeed value for money. However, having stayed at other hotels in the vicinity, personally I felt that some of the reception staff could have done better. Unfortunately, a couple of them did not have the usual Japanese warm hospitality that is the norm at other hotels. When I misplaced my room card and had to get another, I explained my predicament in English to one of the staff. She couldn't understand me completely and instead of getting another staff to assist or asking me to repeat myself slowly, she glared at me and put her hand to her ear to kind of indicate she could not understand me. My colleague too shared that he felt the reception staff could have done better. Oh well, for this price and location, we can make do with the reception service. Highly recommend this for its location. But if you are not a fan of tiny rooms, it would be best to have one person to a room instead of sharing.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Chase V wrote a review Oct 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma572 contributions168 helpful votes
As usual with Tokyo the service is second to none, staff is punctual and helpful. Always a great experience. The room is small again standard for the area and the Kyobashi station is literally on the same corner of the hotel. It’s a 10 minute walk to Tokyo station and close to ginza for restaurants. I enjoyed my stay the room is tight but shower area was surprisingly large with the newest bidet technology (even has sounds to mask noise) and the traditional sit down shower or rain shower is available. I would easily return here as it is a very new hotel. The massage chair was a nice touch after miles of walking around Tokyo.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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US$58 - US$78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKantoTokyo PrefectureTokyoChuoGinza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
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Frequently Asked Questions about Remm Tokyo Kyobashi
Which popular attractions are close to Remm Tokyo Kyobashi?
Nearby attractions include First Avenue Tokyo Station (0.4 km), Tokyo Station Yaesu Chikagai (0.4 km), and Ginza Washita Shop (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Remm Tokyo Kyobashi?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and breakfast buffet.
Which room amenities are available at Remm Tokyo Kyobashi?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Remm Tokyo Kyobashi?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, breakfast, and complimentary tea during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Remm Tokyo Kyobashi?
Conveniently located restaurants include T's TanTan Tokyostation, Yakitori Kufuraku Ginza Main Shop, and Tsujihan.
Is Remm Tokyo Kyobashi located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Chuo.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Remm Tokyo Kyobashi?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to Remm Tokyo Kyobashi?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Hozomon (4.8 km), Tokyo Central Railway Station (0.7 km), and Nezu Shrine (4.9 km).
Is Remm Tokyo Kyobashi accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.