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Love the hotel. Rooms are decent size for Tokyo standard. Laundry room available. Royal Host @ ground floor from 6am to 2am! Jonathan 100m away is a 24hr diner. My favourite late night retreat.
Hatchobori station acrosst the road. Kayabacho station 10 minutes behind hotel....More
Stayed at Hotel Sardonyx for one night because of its proximity to Tokyo Station. I’m glad we weren’t planning to stay longer. The hotel is dated. Our room smelled of stale smoke (when we arrived we were told there was only one smoking room left)....More
Modern hotel. Everything works. Very clean. Breakfast centers on Asian food with a few American type staples such as eggs, potato patties, cereal,etc. Bed very comfortable. Some street noise but double glazed windows. Quiet. On the 4th floor is a coin operated laundry which I...More
Located near to Tokyo station (10min walk), this is a no frills, clean and crisp hotel.
It is in a quiet neighbourhood compared with the rest of Tokyo, but it was good to be able to go back to a hotel that has a more...More
Stayed here for 3 nights. I would say the room was a lot larger than what I have stayed elsewhere in Japan. I am glad I stayed here because after a long day walking around tokyo, I feel relieved everytime knowing i will be returning...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
When you arrive at the airport, go to downstairs to buy skyliner train tickets. It will take you to ueno station (which is like the main station to transfer you to all the subway lines), and you can then ride subway to the... More
When you arrive at the airport, go to downstairs to buy skyliner train tickets. It will take you to ueno station (which is like the main station to transfer you to all the subway lines), and you can then ride subway to the hotel nearest subway station and walk with your luggage to the hotel. Hotel allows you to store luggage with them prior to check in time.
I find the easiest way is to buy skyliner ticket with taxi package. The taxi driver will also point out any landmarks that it crosses on the path as part of their service. Only cash is accepted, but don't worry, money exchange center is available right next to the skyliner ticket service counter. The taxi driver will wait for you at ueno station and take you directly to the hotel, and you don't have to worry about carrying your luggage to move around. If you didn't buy the combo with taxi and decided to call a cab on your own as you get to ueno station, I think it costs more based on my calculation in my last trip.
The skyliner ticket staffs all speak very fluent english. I am pretty sure they can explain everything you need to know when you get there.
If you are just looking for skyliner ticket itself, you can buy your skyliner ticket online at discounted rate (only about 2USD cheaper). If you want to package deal with taxi service, you have to do it at the counter.