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While people complain about this APA hotel, the fact is you get what you pay for. They could easily stay in the Shangri-La or Ritz-Carlton but decide to rag on a budget option.
Been to APA in Ningyocho twice and I like the neighbourhood and hotel. Decent amount of restaurants in the area. Room was sufficiently spacious, and had all the required amenities.
You can take a direct line to the airport from the Ningyocho station (Asakusa line if i remember correctly). Only downside is the extended travel time needed to get to places like Shinjuku, Roppongi or the main Tokyo train terminal.
Response from アパホテル人形町駅北, 担当 at APA Hotel Ningyocho Eki Kita
Responded Jan. 12, 2018
Greetings from APA HOTEL〈Ningyocho-eki Kita〉. Thank you very much for staying with us here APA HOTEL〈Ningyocho-eki Kita〉and Providing your feedback on your recent stay. APA has three major concepts which are high quality' 'high function' 'eco-friendly', what we call ' New Urban Style Hotel. Although rooms are compact, there are high-quality equipments in each room such as big screen LCD TV, original wide bed 'Cloud fit'and high grade amenities: toothbrush and razor. They make guest’s stay comfortable. We take your review seriously and will share it with our team members. We certainly hope we will have the opportunity to serve you again in the near future to extend you a better stay experience. Warm Regards, Receptionist
Stayed for 4 long nights over NY. Bad idea far away forever on subways. Very quiet and dark to walk streets at night. Bedroom was a cupboard i think!Sliding panel for a window no curtains or anything. Bathroom has mould plus your knees hit the wall while you sit on the toilet. We tried to move to another APA hotel in Shinjuku but because we booked through flight centre and not direct we couldn't do it :( not the greatest.
Response from アパホテル人形町駅北, Front desk at APA Hotel Ningyocho Eki Kita
Responded Jan. 6, 2018
Thank you for staying with us and sharing your feedback. We would appreciate it if you allow us another opportunity to make it right. We do look forward to extending our warm hospitality to you. Kind regards, Front desk Shirakubo
No air conditioning just a 'warm air option', for anyone that needs a cool room to sleep in, definitely avoid staying at this hotel! Pillows are also really flat and not very comfortable. Staff are helpful and hotel is near several train options.
Response from アパホテル人形町駅北, フロント オフィス マネージャー at APA Hotel Ningyocho Eki Kita
Responded Nov. 4, 2017
Thank you for staying with us here APA HOTEL＜NINGYOCHO-EKIKITA＞. But we regret that you were not fully satisfied with your stay. Your comments are used to improve our service. We hope you will give us another opportunity to better serve you at out hotel. Thank you and kind regards, Front desk Okina
This is a typical APA hotel: close enough to a train/subway line, tiny and clean. I generally book with APA because I know I will get a good night's sleep. However, there are always a few annoyances and the three that might bother people are:
1) check-in. After I thought I checked in at the front desk, I was asked to check in at the kiosk next to the front desk and pay for the room there. Why have a check in desk if you have to check yourself in after you have already checked in? That was a bit annoying but nothing major. 2) Tiny rooms even by Japan's standards. For 2 people it is small. There is not much space to put a suitcase and if there are 2 people, the person sleeping by the wall will have to climb over the other person to get to the bathroom. Decide before you go to bed who tends to get up at night and that person should sleep on the side closer to the bathroom 3) TV remote chose not to select channels, but I'm not much of a TV person so this didn't bother me.
APA is always a good chain hotel if you need a night somewhere, but for a similar price you can be more central to the main sights
Very quiet and clean room of a correct size - compared to what you can find in Tokyo. The staff was friendly even if their English was limited. We loved the neighbourhood with small restaurants and metro stations a few minutes away. You can even walk to Tokyo station in about 20 minutes.
Response from アパホテル人形町駅北, フロント オフィス マネージャー at APA Hotel Ningyocho Eki Kita
Responded Jun. 29, 2017
Stay at APA HOTEL<NINGYOCHO-EKIKITA> this time, and thank you very much truly. You seem to have been satisfied with the size in the room and the cleaning state, and I'm glad. You also seem to have been satisfied with location including ambient surroundings, and I'm also glad here. When having come to Tokyo in Japan, I'm waiting to be able to stay at APA HOTEL<NINGYOCHO-EKIKITA> more than a heart. Front OHNO
APA Hotel Ningyocho-eki Kita is a 2-minute walk from Ningyocho subway station and a 10-minute subway ride from Tsukiji Fish Market. It features a Japanese/Western breakfast buffet, massages and modern …Morerooms with a 32-inch LCD TV. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Rooms are decorated in smart neutral shades, and include a private bath and an electric teakettle with green tea. A fridge, a Yukata robe and toiletries are provided. You can relax with a on-demand movies movie on the Sealy bed. Nearby Ningyocho subway station has direct access to the cultural Asakusa area and the lively Roppongi entertainment district. Tokyo Station is a 10-minute drive away. Laptops can be rented at the 24-hour front desk, and a free-use microwave is available. A coin laundromat is on site. The bright, wood-paneled Restaurant Valentine has a breakfast buffet from 7 am - 9:30 am (no entry after 9 am), and is also open for lunch and dinner. Less
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US$42 - US$163 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
Response from Curiosity809883 | Property representative |
There are some trains from Haneda airport directly to Ningyocho (which is the nearest station from our hotel. It takes 3 minutes by walk from A4 Exit of Ningyocho Sta. to the hotel.),
or you have to transfer a few times.
Narita airport is about an hour/hour and half away and is roughly £20-£35 depending on which service you get. One of those services which joins the Asakusa line (roughly every hours to T2) takes you all the way to... More
Narita airport is about an hour/hour and half away and is roughly £20-£35 depending on which service you get. One of those services which joins the Asakusa line (roughly every hours to T2) takes you all the way to Ningyocho, but most trains will have a single changeover probably at Aoto. The best thing to do is get a Passmo (oyster style) card at one of the machines at the airport and load it up. You'll have no issues with switching between the various train operators then. Hope that helps and enjoy Tokyo! Ben (Portsmouth)
Not sure of the surcharge, I think I remember it being about ¥1000. However, I wouldn't bother if I were you; there are 3 or four decent coffee shops within 2 or 3 mins walk from hotel where you'll get a much mor