The hotel was clean and presentable overall, rooms are on the small side but I found to be perfectly adequate especially since I am quite tall, I had no issues with anything and the bed was very comfortable
Our double room was small and lacked storage space. Nevertheless, it was pretty ok for our 5 night stay. Air conditioning worked well and towels were changed every day. The breakfast was good if not excellent.
Located in Shinjuku, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Nippon Budokan, Shibuya Crossing and Tokyo Dome. Tokyo Imperial Palace and Tokyo Tower are also within 6 mi (10 km). Shinjuku-gyoemmae Station is 8 minutes by foot and Shinjuku-sanchome Station is 9 minutes.
on a resté 14 jours dans cette hôtel, très idéale pour visiter Tokyo et les alentours. La gare en face et Les personnels sont très accueillantes.
Olin viikon verran tässä kapselihotellissa ihan kokemuksen vuoksi. Plussana + Tilat ovat erittäin siistit, on sauna ja poreammeet. Henkilökunta on mukava ja vastaanotto in auki 24/7. Miinuksena - vaikka olisi useamman yön niin hotellista pitää olla ulkona klo 10-16 välisen ajan. Matkatavarat voi ...
The room itself was a decent size in comparison to other hotels in Japan. The area is good lots of entertainment and restaurants literally outside the hotel.
Located in Taito, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Ameya-Yokochō and Ueno Park. Tokyo National Science Museum and Sensō-ji Temple are also within 1 mile (2 km). Inaricho Station is only a 3-minute walk and Tawaramachi Station is 8 minutes.
Bien situé dans Tokyo, à 7-10 minutes à pied de la gare d'Ueno. Hotel situé dans une rue calme. Hotel propre, petit mais relativement bien agencé, parfait pour un pied à terre à Tokyo. Personnel plutôt ok, pas chaleureux mais ca passe
Absolutely superb. Wonderful respectful staff, superb condition of hotel, beautiful room, amazing bathroom, luxury, variety of restaurants and facilities. Amazing dinner and bar experience at Bar Camellia - totally wow! This is THE place to stay in Tokyo and would be hugely disappointed if had to ...
sehr gut gelegen, um die unzähligen sehenswürdigkeiten zu erkunden. ausgesprochen freundliche lobbystaff und tolles hotel.
Varasin vaimolleni yllätykseksi 37. hääpäivän kunniaksi hotellista huoneen. Kun mainitsin tästä, halusi vastaanotto järjestää hänelle vielä lisäksi pienen yllätyksen, joka oli hieno suklaalla kirjailtu hedelmälautanen. Se toimitettiin huoneeseen sovittuna aikana, kun olimme poissa huoneesta. Huonepalvelija ...
Toll gelegen, beste UBahn Verbindungen überall hin, freundliches Personal mit eigenem Supermarkt.
Tokyo is most famous for hosting AnimeJapan, the Tokyo International Anime Fair, the Komiket, and the Reiteisai anime fairs, but it's also home to an impressive business district. The Tokyo Big Sight is one of the largest convention centres in the world, and features one of the most impressively designed buildings as well. Visitors can stay in any of the nearby Tokyo hotels including Nikko Tokyo, Sunroute Ariake, and Tokyo Bay Ariake.
Tokyo is known for an impressive array of fine dining featuring chefs and cuisines from around the world with more than 320 Michelin stars awarded. While there are hundreds of choices of restaurants and Tokyo hotels that serve food, some of the best include the Sushi Takumi Okabe, Kondo, Owan, and Rokukakutei. Visitors should also sample the street food and the cafes to get a real idea of Tokyo's cuisine.
Tokyo is the electronics capital of Japan but its shops and markets offer something for everyone. Shinjuki, which centres on the train station of the same name, is the place to be for anyone looking for budget electronics, fashion stores, and outlets. Ginza offers art, major electronics, and high-end brands. Jimbocho is a haven of books, both English and Japanese, although the latter are more common.
Tokyo has been described as the city that never sleeps, but in addition to the nightlife, visitors can check out an array of cultural and historically significant spots. The Tsukiji fish market is considered a must for tourists who aren't queasy, while the Meiji Shrine, Yoyogi Park, Shinjuku Gyoen National Gardens, and Shibuya Crossing are more appropriate for everyone else.
While it could be said that the sport of choice in Tokyo is karaoke, and no visitor should leave without trying it, they are also known for baseball, swimming, and of course, sumo wrestling. Amateur sumo matches can be seen throughout the city, but tourists can visit the Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo arena to see the professionals.
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