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Stayed her for 3 nights whilst on holiday, really convenient as hotel is just up the road from Higashi Nihambashi station. Convenient supermarket next door to the hotel. Found the room very small and the bathroom is just basically a tiny cabin. Breakfast was repetitive...More
I stayed in this hotel for 7 days and 8 nights. It is a good hotel. I have not checked other hotels, but it seems the hotels in this price range in Tokyo, operate similarly. I was expecting to have one of those hotels without...More
Wanted to stay here for 4 nights but decided to move out after 1 night. the room stinks like sewage. tried opening the window but it turns out it's a brick wall on the other side. the only plus point is the price.
Here to stay for business for 2 nights. Room size is like many Tokyo business hotel, small but clean. It has a family mart next to it. Very easy to buy any thing any time. Wifi was slow in the night time. And speed is...More
I stayed 1 night at this hotel, the room is clean, small but have all facilities that you want. The staffs are very good and friendly. Wifi in our room working well, without any required password. One problem is just the breakfast time, the seats...More
US$68 - US$115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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