Looking for a place to stay in Toshima? Then look no further than Super Hotel Lohas Ikebukuro-Eki Kitaguchi, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Toshima to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Super Hotel Lohas Ikebukuro-Eki Kitaguchi offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features express check-in and check-out, newspaper, and baggage storage. Plus, Super Hotel Lohas Ikebukuro-Eki Kitaguchi offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Toshima, Super Hotel Lohas Ikebukuro-Eki Kitaguchi is located a short distance from Ikebukuro West Entrance Mosaiculture Enchan (0.1 mi) and Ikefukurou Statue (0.3 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Nakiryu, Tsuta, and Mutekiya, which are some Asian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Sky Circus Sunshine60 Observatory (0.6 mi) and Sunshine 60 (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Super Hotel Lohas Ikebukuro-Eki Kitaguchi.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Super Hotel Lohas Ikebukuro-Eki Kitaguchi as you experience everything Toshima has to offer.
The front desk staff at the hotel are incredibly rude. The hotel staff didn't even have masks on. It says that alcohol is served as a welcome drink, but in fact it is not. When I asked about it, they just said that it was not written. The room was being cleaned from 10:00 to 15:00, so we couldn't stay in the room even if we were staying for consecutive nights. The room was halfway cleaned and littered with garbage. The room was also very small. The water pressure in the toilet was so weak that the large toilet did not flush. The wifi was also very slow. The walls are thin and noisy, and you can hear conversations in other rooms. They say they have a breakfast buffet, but you have to pay an extra $15 for it. There is disgusting garbage floating in the large bathroom, probably from the customers' bodies. When I complained about this, the staff was very rude and told me to go to another hotel. The price does not match the service at all. There are a lot of hotels with cheaper prices, better service, and better mannered staff than this horrible hotel. I would recommend that you look for a different hotel if you are going to pay for your stay.…
Budget hotel, small room, but complete facilities. There are separate male and female onsen which is considered good for this price hotel. Breakfast is delicious and has a wide selection. Good service staffs. Amenities can be picked up on the ground floor with a yukata set, pillows, blankets added from the room. The location is not far from Ikebukuro station but may be far from the shopping area. But there are convenience stores nearby that are quite comfortable.
Not much to say here, room is compact and simple. If you are staying here it's based on price and location. The public bath is a plus. The staff here were quite helpful. Ms. DAI was easily one of the nicest people that we met in Japan during our two weeks here. Only complaint is the lack of cameras in the elevator and each floor. First place we stayed at that lacked this feature.
This place doesnt have spacious rooms but what it lacks in size is more than made up for in comfort. Breakfast is supplied and your room cleaned daily. perfect for budget conscious travelers. Besides your in Tokyo to see Tokyo. Close shops the train and more you cant go wrong here.
Having visited Japan five times, I have become familiar with typical hotels here. Most are small but have all the facilities a tourist requires. This hotel is similar but it has the smallest bathroom I have ever seen (One can stand in the middle and easily touch each wall with outstretched arms). The bath is little more than a hip bath. There was no tea or coffee in the room (green tea bags, only, are available in the foyer) and I did not appreciate being reminded to use every sheet of toilet paper before choosing a new roll. Only three coat hangers were available in a room that sleeps three people. Breakfast was good, and the staff excellent.
My friends and I stayed in a three bed room last night and it was great. Great price for the room and all the amenities. The room and bathroom were a little small but very clean. They have a very nice hot spring bath which we took advantage of. The breakfast was included and had a lot of options. Locations was great too, very close to the ikebukuro train station and lots of shops and restaurants.
We stayed 9 nights here and loved this hotel. It is easy to find from Ikebukuro station which is a wonderful station to go anywhere in Tokyo. The staff speak English and are very thorough with check-in explaining everything. In the lobby there is free instant coffee and a selection of toiletries, yukatas (Japanese gowns to borrow) a vending machine with beer (there is a Family Mart also on the corner), and a selection of softer pillows. The rooms are small, tiny but well designed with comfy beds and all we needed. Every day if you don't want your room serviced, fresh towels, 2 bottles of water and new toothbrushes are placed outside your door. The hair dryer is good and toiletries in the room also fine. Now for the Onsen....if you have large tattoos that can't be covered you can't use it but if you don't be brave, strip off and enjoy. Put on your Yakata, I just wore nickers underneath, left side over the top, slippers and go to the bath (separate for male and female). Leave your shoes at the door, grab a locker, strip off, go in, sit on a stool, wash, then soak in the bath. Everyone is naked, no-one is looking, it was so relaxing and a great experience. My only complaint is on all the web sites it states this hotel has luggage storage but you can only leave a bag there if you have another reservation or have checked out that day. eg we couldn't leave our bags there for a side trip to Hakone as we had booked somewhere else. Highly recommend this hotel, friends stayed in another hotel with rooms the same size for 3 times the price with no onsen.…
We spent a lot of time looking at accommodation in Tokyo for 2 couples. We're lucky to find this place. Rooms are small but that's normal for here. Very straightforward 2 train trips from Narita, easy to find from Ikebukero station. Beds are good. Rooms have small fridges and there is a microwave outside the restaurant for after hours. Staff speak enough English to get by and are very friendly and accommodating. Bathroom is a separate "cubicle" within the room but includes the toilet, shower and a tub if you want to soak. Good showers. Hotel supplies lots of toiletries for use in public baths. The baths are separate for male and female and very traditional in etiquette. Robes and slippers supplied! They will leave fresh towels and bottles of water hanging on the door if you choose not to have your room serviced. The hotel is in a good location a few minutes walk from a major rail station. English is used enough in signage to navigate a very busy transportation system. For the price, this is a very comfortable well located hotel surrounded by lots of restaurants in all sorts of price ranges. …
The hotel is about 10 min walk from Ikebukuro Station South Exit. Very near to Toyoko Inn 1. The room is small but still managed to open my luggage. Organic products are provided in the bathroom. There is a indoor onsen (2nd floor for lady, 1st floor for men) free for use from 3pm to 9am. I noticed there is a microwave oven at 2nd floor, near to the vending machine too. What I like most is their breakfast (6:30 to 9am), tasty and healthy. Staff are polite and helpful. There is a big family mart nearby and a few other convenient stores. Guests can picked their choice of pillow near the lift. I only knew later that ladies are entitled to picked some amenities from the bar. So remember to help yourself. Overall, I enjoyed my stay in there.
This hotel was great for us as a couple. The two ladies at the front desk were very friendly when check in. There was a little misunderstanding about our sim card that was sent to the hotel because of the language barrier but they found it eventually. The room itself was fairly small, but it's up to Japansese standards. We had a 2 pers bedroom. Bed was nice and soft and you could choose pillows of your liking. Pyjamas were also available if wanted. The bathroom was also fairly small, but perfect for me, I am 1,50m(4"11) tall. My partner is almost 1,90m(6"2) and could not stand in the shower without hitting his head on a beam or sit on the toilet without pushing the toilet rolls out of the holder. This would be the case for any man over 1,80-1,85m (6ft) tall. I have no idea if other hotels have larger bathrooms. Breakfast had Japansese food and also "Western" and was great. As a woman you could also choose 5 products to your liking every evening like little shampoos or face masks.…