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2 minute walk from Sugamo Station where you can take Yamanote Line and Tokyo Metro. Convenient place in Tokyo. Cozy and tidy room with TV and fridge. Nice deal for single or couple travelers travelling in Tokyo.
Smile Hotel Sugamo is located 2 min walk away from Sugamo Station. My reason for choosing this bugdet hotel was that I wanted to visit nearby Sakura Spa, which is my favorite onsen in Tokyo. The onsen is 5 min walk from the hotel. The...More
Cleanest hotel I've ever seen! It is incredible, most of the cleaning staff are old sweet ladies.
You receive every day clean towels, razor, toothbrush, toothpaste, tea, water. My room had a "small" fridge included (it was way bigger that the usual hotel fridges). The...More
a really good, cheap-priced business hotel. highly recommended if you are traveling alone to Tokyo.. there's a convenience store right next to it, and if you walk for another 1 min, there's another supermarket that opens 24 hours (Seiyu)
Myself and my boyfriend stayed in this hotel and although the room was extremely small we thought our stay in the hotel was perfect for us. It is located less than a 5 minute walk from the JR Yamanote line - which is the main...More
Response from スマイルホテル巣鴨, お客様担当マネージャー at Smile Hotel SugamoResponded 15 October 2016
US$43 - US$109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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