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Very convenient as it’s close to the airport and shuttle bus runs frequent.
Rooms rather small but not too bad.
Had a room for 2 adults and 2 children.
Were given 2 normal and 2 very hard pillows, couldn’t change these hard pillows (like rocks)...More
The hotel is close to the Haneda international airport, if your intention is to spend a night before catching an early flight the next day, this hotel is for you. The hotel is very close to train station too, less than 5-minute walk...More
The hotel is conveniently located near the airport. It was clean and had all the basic amenities. The only thing that I found annoying is the miscommunication due to language barrier. I got given the wrong information twice. Also, the check out time is strictly...More
Very convenient for a late check in. The room is comfortable, good for an overnight stay. They have a shuttle service and also near a train station. The staff is helpful to what we need. I don’t have much time to check what this hotel...More
Response from 羽田 ホ, Reseption. at Hotel Mystays HanedaResponded 7 January 2018
Thank you very much for staying at HOTEL MYSTAYS Haneda.
We are sincerely appreciated sharing your time for comment and evaluation.
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If you have a chance to come back to Tokyo area...More
We stayed here and were very happy with the staff, amenities and lovely breakfast we had before heading off to Haneda Airport to take a trip to Nagasaki. The bonus of a free shuttle to Haneda Airport was fantastic and I would happily stay here...More
Haneda / Kamata is known for its airport with many hotels popping up with the increase in international flights. It’s also an area that offers many shrines and temples with ancient origins including Anamori Inari Shrine or Ikegami Honmonji temple which is visited by more than 300,000 people in October's Buddhist Oeshiki festival. The area around Kamata station is lined with restaurants and is lively until
late at night. In particular, it’s known for the large collection of tasty gyoza specialists.
There are some small restaurants - mostly take out and two family marts but no real restaurants. You are better off taking the monorail or train into somewhere in Tokyo if you want to eat out properly. The hotel cafe is ok... More
There are some small restaurants - mostly take out and two family marts but no real restaurants. You are better off taking the monorail or train into somewhere in Tokyo if you want to eat out properly. The hotel cafe is ok though and does room service.
Response from Hoegaarden987 | Reviewed this property |
There is a café on the first floor of this hotel, which serves breakfast from 5 AM to 10 AM. However, it seems to be pricey (1800 JPY per adult, 1000 JPY per child). My advice would be to buy food at convenience stores... More
There is a café on the first floor of this hotel, which serves breakfast from 5 AM to 10 AM. However, it seems to be pricey (1800 JPY per adult, 1000 JPY per child). My advice would be to buy food at convenience stores, which you should find around the hotel, including near the Anamori-inari station. That's what our family does.