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This hotel is in a really good location, close to the metro with easy links to all of the main stations. The hotel itself was fairly basic but perfectly fine especially considering the price. We stayed in a smoking room which we regretted because the...More
Average hotel, good for short stay. Hotel was close to the subway and JR Asagaya is not far away if using JR pass. Room was small but probably typical for Japan. Double bed was small for 2 person, probably not suitable to a tall person....More
I love this hotel, value for money indeed. The rooms are clean, staff very accommodating. Their buffet breakfast was delicious. There is a convenience store on the ground floor. The Minami-Asagaya Metro subway station is only about 200 meters, making easy access to many areas...More
- The hotel is a three-minute walk to the left of Exit 1 of Minami-asagaya Station on the Marunouchi Line. Shinjuku is just 11 minutes away by subway.
- There is a convenience store directly connected to the hotel's lobby for immediate needs.
It is so convenient to stay at this Route Inn Asagaya, it is only 2 minutes walk from the station, just get on the Maru no uchi subway line and get off at Minami asagaya. breakfast for me to have miso soup, delicious rice, nori...More
Yes, there is airport limousine bus from Haneda airport but in general Japanese and tourists will not prefer to use limousine. Once one is out from the airport, one will use the mono rail and then change to local train which... More
Yes, there is airport limousine bus from Haneda airport but in general Japanese and tourists will not prefer to use limousine. Once one is out from the airport, one will use the mono rail and then change to local train which is very convenient.
If you stay few days at Hotel route inn, and have big luggage, you can use the delivery to deliver your luggage to the hotel the next day. You don't have to carry and it is quite inconvenient and not many japanese would have big luggage on the train.
Hotel route inn is just a business hotel. I don't think the limousine will stop there, though.
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"Choose rooms that face west to see Mt Fuji, or those farthest from the fire station."