We stayed at the Tokyu Stay Yotsuya during the Rugby World Cup in October 2019. While Tokyo was extremely busy, Yotsuya was relatively quiet. It’s rather central but not as crowded as the more popular tourist-oriented districts of Tokyo. The hotel is 5 minutes from the Yotsuya metro station, which proved to be very handy. All the staff at the Tokyu Stay Yotsuya were very polite and helpful. Miss Goda, who worked on the reception desk, was extremely helpful when we needed to extend our stay due to Typhoon Hagibis.
Our room was a reasonable size with a large bed, small sofa, wardrobe, desk, etc. There was also a small kitchenette that was equipped with a fridge, microwave, saucepans, plates, utensils, etc. There was also a washer/dryer. Best of all there was a small balcony with a wonderful view across Tokyo. On a couple of days we could see Mt Fuji from our room! Brilliant!
Unfortunately, there are few restaurants in Yotsuya that have much for vegetarians on their dinner menus. There is a Family Mart right next to the hotel and you can find just about everything you need for snacks, a light meal plus beer and English language newspapers. We heartily recommend The Rising Sun pub nearby for an excellent pint, grilled cheese sandwiches and chips plus excellent rugby camaraderie!More
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