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I stayed in a spacious King bed room for 2 nights on a recent business trip. Similar to reviewer "mochabert", it was a nicely laid out room with a large dressing area (with a large closet and luggage bench) across from a spacious bathroom with...More
We chose to stay here instead of in Tokyo city this time and although it was more expensive we were pleasantly surprised at the size of the room. We decided on a twin room and it had ample space compared to some in Japan. The...More
I stayed at one of their King-size bed rooms for 2 nights. The layout is quite well thought out and I found the guest room very useable - On your entry, one side is a roomy closet and baggage area, and the other is a...More
If you are in transit through Haneda, then this hotel is perfectly located! Even if you fly into the new international terminal, you can just jump on the free bus which goes between the terminals and takes 5 minutes. The Haneda Excel is at the...More
Stayed overnight for an early flight to Okinawa. Hotel is attached to Terminal 2 and you can literally walk into the lobby of the hotel from the western wing of the departure hall. Super convenient!!! The added plus is that there are plenty of restaurants...More
Haneda / Kamata is known for its airport with many hotels popping up with the increase in international flights. It’s also an area that offers many shrines and temples with ancient origins including Anamori Inari Shrine or Ikegami Honmonji temple which is visited by more than 300,000 people in October's Buddhist Oeshiki festival. The area around Kamata station is lined with restaurants and is lively until
late at night. In particular, it’s known for the large collection of tasty gyoza specialists.
inside the airport. if you take the train, follow the sign of 'exit to ANA', when you reach the upper floor, keep going towards the far end of the airport lobby (pass all the small shops, airport check-in counters etc... More
inside the airport. if you take the train, follow the sign of 'exit to ANA', when you reach the upper floor, keep going towards the far end of the airport lobby (pass all the small shops, airport check-in counters etc.). when you reach the end of the airport lobby, you will see a small gate and sign of the hotel.
I believe you need to do grab your luggage and do immigration and customs clearance at the Haneda International terminal as your first port of landing in Japan. From the international terminal you can take a shuttle bus to... More
I believe you need to do grab your luggage and do immigration and customs clearance at the Haneda International terminal as your first port of landing in Japan. From the international terminal you can take a shuttle bus to Terminal 1 (ANA) where the Excel Tokyu hotel is. Hotel is at the departure level so it will be a short walk from the hotel to your check in counter the next morning with absolutely no stress.
The only snag could be the shuttle bus does not run beyond a certain time like 11pm so you may need to catch a cab from the international terminal to Terminal 1.