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Stayed for 7 nights in a single room. The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. It was the hotel itself and room design which were very disappointing.
- Staff very friendly and helpful
- room is spacious (given the price for a 17sqm...More
for my experiences, staying here in tokyo hotels is spacious compared to others hotel in tokyo budget, well for 10000 yen 1 night i quite happy with this hotel. but i prefer toyoko inn if they not full everywhere...
Hotel is near to many stations for convenient of travelling. Room is spacious but bathroom is a bit small. One of the hotel staff even advised which station and timing for direct access to Narita airport without any transfer, also which exit to use which...More
I stayed in this hotel for 8 days and it wasn’t bad at all. It might sound and look that this hotel is a “love”hotel (ai=love), but this hotel is a decent one. The room and the bathroom are small, but the bed is comfortable...More
Staff can speak basic English. Helpful and friendly. Room size is ok for Japan standard, but do note the toilet is really small. Room is clean. Walking distance to metro and jr station. Aeon mini mart and family mart within walking distance.
US$71 - US$177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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