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I was a bit sceptical at first about staying here as it seemed far away from many of the main places to visit in Tokyo, but once there, I had nothing to complain about! The subway line is a 2min walk, it quickly got me...More
We only stayed one night but it was a nice place to be at. Staff was friendly and helpful and the room was large and comfortable with a separate kitchen and laundry for this twin bedded room. Everything is supplied for you in Japan which...More
It was so difficult to find a good triple room in Tokyo and we just could book for 2 nights only. The room was very spacious and well-equipped. Our family enjoyed the room very much. The hotel could receive parcel in advance which I ordered...More
Recently stay here with family (wife, daughter, son-in-law and two grandchildren) - we had two three person rooms - large by Japanese standards, rooms include washer drier and basic kitchen - great value - well connected with two subway lines close by - nice quiet...More
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Hotel is closed to Oedo and Tozai lines. But you need to find out the right exits from two lines. There is no tourim attatractions arround hotel, pretty much in a residential area but...More
US$75 - US$139 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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From Narita airport terminal 2 take the Keisei Skyliner train to Ueno. Change in Keisei Ueno and take the Toei subway line, station is called Ueno-Okachimachi and there are 5 stops to Monzen-Nakacho station. From there it's... More
From Narita airport terminal 2 take the Keisei Skyliner train to Ueno. Change in Keisei Ueno and take the Toei subway line, station is called Ueno-Okachimachi and there are 5 stops to Monzen-Nakacho station. From there it's a short walk to the hotel. Go to google map to see how to walk there.
From Tokyo Haneda airport take the Tokyo monorail to Daimon. Change to the Toei subway line and it's 4 stops to Monzen-nakacho Station.
If you are staying 3 days or less in Tokyo and intend to take the Tokyo Metro, I would suggest at the airport to buy the 3 days metro card with unlimited Tokyo Metro trips. You can combine it with the train fare. Enquire at the Tourist office at both airports and they will direct you to the right counter. They speak sufficient English to help the tourists and they are very helpful.
Enjoy Tokyo and wish you a fun trip.
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"the twin rooms are larger and have small kitchenette and a washer/dryer all in one."