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all toyoko inn around the globe are the same. clean rooms. effective personnel for check in and check out. frequently, as in this case, you can benefit from a shuttle service to main JR station. kanda toyoko inn also has a nice breakfast service. no...More
Joined Toyoko club member and got member discount. This Toyoko Inn is a little bit away from all the busy district, which may be a bit inconvenience or quieter, depending on your preference.
The closest station is JR Bakurocho on the Sobu rapid line, which...More
My second time staying at a Toyoko Inn hotel.
This particular one at Kanda Akihabara wasn't in the middle of all the hustle and bustle, but just quiet enough for a good night's rest. Rooms are small but very clean and it had everything I...More
I, like another reviewer, am not sure why this place doesn't have better reviews. It's little characterless, to be sure, but it fit my needs perfectly. It was cheap, yet very clean, and more spacious than I thought. It also had a water kettle, mini...More
This is a long review, but the jist is we love this hotel!
Like most other reviewers mentioned, rooms of this hotel are clean, compact, and good value for the money. But aside from these qualities that we came to expect from the Toyoko Inn...More
US$70 - US$89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#3 Best Value Hotel in Chuo
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