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This is a Budget Hotel with a very compact but very functional spaces. Though the room looks small it has everything which a person need for comfort.
The toilet is also small but has everything even a bathtub.
This Hotel is located within an Office...More
the location is a bit not so convenient. far from the nearest subway station. not so many restaurant near by
the good thing is they have free shuttle to and from Akiba station.
free breakfast daily, room is nicely presented, staffs are friendly and helpful,...More
We've stayed in five of the Toyoko brand and they are pretty much the same: Clean, reasonably priced, with a tasty but simple breakfast. The rooms are small so you wouldn't want to spend much time there, but they are well equipped and quite adequate...More
Stayed in a small double room, the mattress was one of the harder ones we slept on. The room was clean, the staff were friendly and spoke some english, though thankfully most of their policies were printed in multiple languages. If you have an early...More
I stay here 2 years ago. I like it, even the room size is quite small. They provide breakfast and shuttle car too to akihabara jr station. The bed and pillow is okay.. the bathroom is pretty small, but as long as hot water works...More
US$69 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#2 Best Value Hotel in Chuo
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
Smoking rooms available
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