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It's so called a business hotel so you can't expect the fancy rooms :):) Small room but that's fine!
It's great location for the traveler for night! Reasonable price! Has WiFi and breakfast!
There are lots of Toyoko Innall over the japan!
Great location for...More
Small room, hard mattress but overall OK for 1 night in transit. Free breakfast - simple but adequate - and airport shuttle included in the budget price. If you travel to the hotel by metro, you can see the two identical tall buildings from the...More
Very basic hotel. Staff are friendly. Room very small and there was a strong smell from the lavatory. Breakfast was terrible with noisy groups of people shouting and pushing. Shuttle bus provided. I would only stay here again for one night if no other options...More
This hotel is Ok for a one night stay. The price was reasonable. A free shuttle bus is available to the airport. Our room looked a bit dated and tired. There was a terrible stagnant smell coming from the bathroom all through our stay. The...More
Haneda airport is very close to town centre, only 20-minutes by train. It does not require a cluster of airport hotels as in the case of Narita. This hotel serves both the airport and the local community. It is situated in a residential area. There...More
Haneda / Kamata is known for its airport with many hotels popping up with the increase in international flights. It’s also an area that offers many shrines and temples with ancient origins including Anamori Inari Shrine or Ikegami Honmonji temple which is visited by more than 300,000 people in October's Buddhist Oeshiki festival. The area around Kamata station is lined with restaurants and is lively until
late at night. In particular, it’s known for the large collection of tasty gyoza specialists.
The hotel shuttle service is free and runs quite frequently between the hotel and the domestic wings of the airport. But, if you come via the international terminal, arriving in the evening with large bags, I would recommend... More
The hotel shuttle service is free and runs quite frequently between the hotel and the domestic wings of the airport. But, if you come via the international terminal, arriving in the evening with large bags, I would recommend you take a taxi. That will be only a short ride. This is because in the evening, hotel shuttle departure from the international wing does not start until 10.42 pm and then until about midnight. If this timing is not convenient to you, you have to take the airport terminal transfer to the domestic wing, and even there, it is not easy to find the hotel shuttle bus stop, especially after dark. You can find the full hotel shuttle timetable by visiting the hotel website.
I cannot recall when breakfast is first served in the morning, but it is worth mentioning that the two hotels, I and II, standing next to each other, serve different type of breakfast. You can choose from either