We had 3 nights in this very comfortable hotel. Room size decent- smaller than royal park in Yokohama bigger than shiba park hotel Tokyo. Forceful shower over bath, beds firm, staff very attentive and respectful. Breakfasts very good but I didn't appreciate the wait to get seated each morning. And the TV had only CNN which has to be the worst world news service ever. Please get BBC world news. Reasonable option to use lidobashi tube to Tokyo station then narita Express but watch out for getting lost in Tokyo station.
I really liked the hotel. The room was very comfortable, super clean, super quiet. I only had the breakfast one morning. It was good. There are lots of places to eat nearby and several convenience stores (Lawson and 7-11) and a Starbucks close by. The hotel is between two subway stations and is easy to find. I used Apple maps and you can easily find from the airports in Tokyo to the hotel via subway. The staff was great and the room was super cleaned each day.
This is the first hotel we stayed in on our visit to Japan (From the UK) & the staff could not have been more friendly & welcoming to us. Many staff speak good English and will really go out of their way to help you. Although we found the rooms small, we understand this is common in Tokyo. The room was clean and very comfortable with an excellent bathroom. Many amenities were provided free of charge and the room had a very good hairdryer.
The Disney shuttle is easy to book online before arriving at the hotel & ran very smoothly. Iidabashi and Suidibashi stations were a 5 minute walk away and there are several food options within easy reach. We’d definitely stay here again if we were in the area.
We stayed 2 adults, 2 teens in a decent-sized room for 7 nights. The location was great - near two metro/train stops - and you could be anywhere within the city in under an hour. It was close to two different neighborhoods with lots of choice for food (albeit Japanese cuisine - sushi, ramen, soba, etc) and much of it surprisingly affordable. There is a Starbucks, if that is your thing, just outside the rear entrance to the hotel. Outside the elevators is also a bakery - a bit pricey but good for bread in the morning for a quick breakfast.
The room's air conditioner, which was criticized in other recent reviews, worked fine or has been fixed. It was necessary during our stay (±35C!) One nice feature of the room is that the curtains' rails have been designed so the 2 curtains overlap when closed (instead of, as most closed curtains do, leaving a few centimeters and allowing morning sun to creep in). Sure, it's a small thing, but it enabled the room to stay dark even in the early morning light. Good for recovering from a long flight.
The hotel lobby did have a currency exchange machine. I'm not sure how competitive the rate was (Euros to Yen), but it is nice to have the flexibility to get money when needed. Note that it was out of order for 1/2 of the week we were there. I suspect these things great down often as the same input slots must accept dirty bill denominations from many countries. There is also an ATM in the minimart (Lawsons) near the hotel elevators.
Perfect choice for our family of 4 with 2 teenagers. Very large room with 2 double beds and 2 singles. Very clean and modern room with a dining table as well.
Room had separate rooms for toilet, shower, and sink so we could get through our morning routines quickly.
Room has safe and fridge, but no USB jacks.
Close to train station that can be used with JR pass and Tokyo Dome. We took advantage to go see a baseball game that was an excellent value. $10 standing room tickets to get the Japanese baseball experience and you can get $4 beers at the game!
Definitely our favorite hotel on the trip.