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Flying out of Haneda was a stupid midnight flight and I had been in Japan hotel hopping for a while on business, I just wanted to relax.
I checked out of a hotel in Tokyo and headed straight for the airport, its a lovely airport...More
Based our choice on previous reviews and was really thrilled with the way it turned out. I couldn't quite see how the hotel could be a short walk to check-in (for British Airways) but it is in the same building. It was very budget friendly...More
We stayed one night thanks to a missed connection. Couldn’t be more convenient- a five minute walk, if that, situated just off the terminal.
As with most Japanese rooms, it’s very compact. Service was excellent. Great breakfast too.
The convenience of Haneda and this hotel...More
perfect hotel for a stay over at Haneda airport hotel entrance is in the departure lounge. not easy to find (behind check-in gates L)
rooms are small but ok. great shower after a long flight
restaurant serves good food also
Nice hotel, especially for the fact that you arrive at Terminal 1 International and move from the second floor (arrival) to the third floor (departures): turn left and follow the indication for hotel (a bed in it).
No way to miss it.
Breakfast is absolutely...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.
I don't think you should book a room at the hotel. I agree with @Chek Y who points out that by the time you clear everything upon arrival you only have a 5 hour wait until your next flight. A long layover, but not so long to... More
I don't think you should book a room at the hotel. I agree with @Chek Y who points out that by the time you clear everything upon arrival you only have a 5 hour wait until your next flight. A long layover, but not so long to justify getting a hotel room. Note that Royal Park Hotel has a transit area with different day use room options that is post-security- ideal for a long layover (check out the website and click on "Transit Area", tripadvisor won't let me post the link here. If you just want a shower you can rent a shower room for 1 hour. E-mail the hotel and see what they say. Note that there is a difference between the main hotel and the transit area. If you book a room in the main hotel, they will likely NOT ALLOW YOU TO CHECK IN as 6:00am is BEFORE their standard check-in time and this being Japan, they are not that lenient on rules. So, what you are after are the transit rooms.