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A very convenient and low cost hotel for the Business Traveler intending to visit North Tokyo or Saitama. The Hotel is next to the Itabashi Railway Station, which eliminates the last mile walk after a hard day and makes coming returning a pleasure. The Fast...More
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Response from アパホテル東京板橋, crew at APA Hotel Tokyo Itabashi EkimaeResponded 6 June 2016
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The room was small by western standards, but it did serve it's purpose. I was just using it to sleep. i picked the hotel because it was right by the train station. Overall, it wasn't too bad. I would stay there again for the same...More
This hotel is in a quiet part of Tokyo, but very close to the JR station, which makes it an ideal place to explore from.
The rooms are small, but clean, and the staff was friendly and helpful with information about how to get around...More
Nice neat "business" hotel right next to the Itabashi station. Very small rooms but in the "western style". Its a quiets neighborhood so if you are looking for nightlife, you will not get it here but, with the train station right there you can catch...More
Mt friend found this place. We are traveling with a rail pass and being near the station is important. The staff is very friendly and tries to speak english but,there isn't anybody fluent. Would not recommend this place or families with children because the rooms...More
US$53 - US$139 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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