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We went for a holiday in Tokyo with a baby. The room was small as expected but enough for the two of us including our baby. They also have a small kitchen n stove in the room.
Very convenient as the hotel is near to...More
1 Thank alialokman
Response from フレックステイ東十条, マネージャー at Flexstay Inn Higashi JujoResponded 28 July 2017
Thank you for staying at Flexstay Inn Higashi-jujo. We are sorry that your room was smaller than you expected.
I am glad if you can use it when coming to Japan.
Thank you very much for spending time for your valuable comment.
Well-located a few meters from the south exit of the JR station, so very convenient access to Tokyo centre, especially with JR rail passes as you then save money on the subway.
Price-wise it's also good - the Saturday night pushed the overall price up...More
Thank Charlotte R
Response from フレックステイ東十条, マネージャー at Flexstay Inn Higashi JujoResponded 26 April 2017
Thank you very much for staying at Flexstay Inn Higashi-jujo and spending your time for valuable comments.
We apologize for the fact that the room was small and inconvenienced.
Although it is difficult to deal with urgently, we will improve it little by little.
Easy access and walking distance to the train station which is only took 5 minutes walking. Near to the convenient store as well. Room was a bit small but it is okay is you are staying for a while. The hotel provides the self service...More
1 Thank zoranamn
Response from フレックステイ東十条, マネージャー at Flexstay Inn Higashi JujoResponded 23 March 2017
Thank you for using.
The room was small and inconvenienced.
Among them, I am glad I was satisfied.
We will continue to make efforts to provide better service.
We are happy if you can use it next time when you come to Japan.
The hotel has a really good value for the money. It was clean, the bed was very comfortable, the staff was so polite and kind and the location was also good (only 2min to get the JR or 15 to the subway) The room is...More
Response from フレックステイ東十条, front receptionist at Flexstay Inn Higashi JujoResponded 14 March 2017
Thank you very much for staying at Flexstay Inn Higashi-jujo and spending your time for valuable comments. It was a pleasure to have you stay with us and we look forward to welcoming you back in the future.
It was great stay.The room was comfortable and clean. The hotel can walk to railway station.Opposite 7/11 made our life easy. Near the hotel have 2 plazas for eating and shopping.If have chance, will be back again.
1 Thank Kwan N
Response from フレックステイ東十条, Receptionist at Flexstay Inn Higashi JujoResponded 27 January 2017
Thank you very much for staying with "Flexstay Inn Higashijujo". I am pleased to see you satisfied. We will continue to strive to provide better service in the future. We are happy if you choose our hotel when coming to Japan again.
US$33 - US$106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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