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This hotel is in a district that is mainly business. It is very clean, modern and the restaurant very good. We were on the 12th floor and had a great view of Tokyo Tower. The rooms are not large but I believe this is typical...More
I have a number of issues with this hotel. Firstly the service is very cold and unwelcoming. The staff who do not speak any english at all treat westerners as though they are not deserving of staying here. For what? The rooms are shocking. They...More
This hotel could really use some modernization. Your room key is a large metal skeleton key that's bulky to carry around, and you can't get a spare one for your traveling companion. The rooms have a distinct "old hotel" smell, though you don't notice it...More
Good location because it is walking distance to beautiful Tokyo Tower and train stations - Hamamasucho, Daiman & Shibakoen which providing us conveniences to go to any location we want via train or subway.
There are restaurants nearby even you will not see any outside...More
The location of the hotel was perfect. The staff - friendly but seemed annoyed to want to help us. There was 6 of us Aussies travelling together in a group and had arrived at 11pm and needed to leave by 5 am. Asking the staff...More
US$70 - US$144 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much
older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.