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The room was clean and comfortable. The accessible facilities for wheelchair users were decent. Wifi speed was great. Located near convenience stores, eateries and subway stations. The nearest accessible station is Higashi-Nihonbashi. Check-in is at 1600 while checkout is 1000. Luggage can be left at...More
Stayed here back in Sept 2015.
Location wise, it is ok - our main station was Bakurocho JR Station but there was another subway station comparatively nearer than the JR Station.
Place is great - clean and spacious enough for a group of 2 adults...More
We booked the King Double and stayed 4 nights at the hotel.
What we liked:
- Friendly and helpful staff. Front desk staff can speak English well.
- Room. Spacious and clean. Plenty of space and luggage can be stored under the bed. Basic amenities...More
A business hotel with small but clean and well equipped room. Location is good with various eatery nearby. a mini-mart is beside the hotel where you can replenished your beer every night.5 mins walk to Metro station, 10 mins to JR and Toei stations. There's...More
It's a business hotel so don't expect more than a room. Locationally this one isn't really in the thick of much so don't expect to be able to walk out the door and straight into it. You'll need to get a train or walk somewhere....More
US$69 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#6 Best Value Hotel in Chuo
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