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1.Free WiFi in all rooms and lobby area. 2.English speaking concierge is attending to support your travelling and business in Japan.3.Free Ramen snack service.Every night between 21:30-23:00 4.2nd Floor communal bath with ultra soft water.5.Japanese and Western buffet at 1st-floor 6:30...
I enjoyed the breakfast and public bath. I never tried the evening noodles-too exhausted from my work schedule and I just wanted to soak my weary bones in the hot spring bath. The staff was very helpful. It's got a shuttle to Shibuya station in...More
We booked the Dormy Inn Shibuya to finish our stay in Japan. I wanted to experience the Shibuya Pedestrian Scramble and the Dormy Inn was ideally located for access to this taste of Tokyo.
The service on check in was prompt and they were able...More
My single room was small but very clean and of a high standard. Everything I needed in a compact space.
The highlight was the Onsen, hot pool, sauna, cold plunge pool and showers.
The breakfast was OK, buffet style, not always hot but a good...More
We stayed here for one night in May 2018 before leaving Tokyo. I felt the best things about it were the location (near to Shibuya and Harajuku) and also the breakfast had a good selection of options. The reception staff were also friendly and helpful....More
This is my second time staying at the hotel.
The hotel is located within a 10 minute walk to Shibuya station which is a main hub of many of Tokyo's subway lines and will get you to most of the main attractions.
The hotel is...More
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
Unfortunately no matter how you slice it will take about 2 hours. If you have luggage, you can use the JR Narita Express directly to Shibuya. (If you are buying a Japan Rail Pass it’s included). But it takes quite a long... More
Unfortunately no matter how you slice it will take about 2 hours. If you have luggage, you can use the JR Narita Express directly to Shibuya. (If you are buying a Japan Rail Pass it’s included). But it takes quite a long time. (about 90 mins) And then take a taxi or hotel shuttle bus from the station because hotel is not really near the station.
If you don’t have luggage or a train pass The Keisei Skyliner is much quicker only takes 35 minutes into city but drops you all the way on other side of town either in Ueno (from there take Ginza subway line to Shibuya). Or Nippori (from there take JR Yamanote line to Harajuku). This will actually be slightly faster But not much Because you have to take two trains. It will be significantly cheaper unless you have a train pass hope this helps