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All reviewswashing machinewasher dryer in the roomfree breakfastfront desktoothbrush and toothpastesmall kitchenchuo linehot platemetro stationexcellent locationair conditioningrecommend this hotelfew minutes walkper nighthotel roommicrowavecooker
Room has washing and dryer machine, pants press machine, small pantry with electric cooker and microwave.
Walking distance to Yotsuya station (one stop to Shinjuku sta. using JR line; Metro or subway lane available as alternatives), convenient store available next door.
Great stays for one...More
I stayed here on business for just one night. It was a new hotel with almost an apartment-like feel. There is an open courtyard in the middle of the hotel. The rooms are arrayed around it. This place has everything once might need for a...More
Stayed for nine nights. Hotel was very convenient and inexpensive. The lobby and courtyard were beautiful. The rooms were on the small size but very clean. They was a nice balcony. Loved the washer and dryer in the room after 4 weeks in China. However,...More
Stayed for 8 nights. Good location close to subway and many restaurant. Nothing fancy but super clean and attractive staff. Would recommend if you are looking for a great value for the money. Stayed in room 702- two queen size beds and a balcony.
The location is convenient as this hotel is within 5 minutes from Yotsuya Station (Chuo line, Marunouchi line and Nanboku line). Shinjuku is only one stop away. You can go to Shibuya in 20 minutes as well.
If you have a hassle with laundry and...More
US$98 - US$225 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
Tokyu Stay Yotsuya Hotel Shinjuku
Tokyu Stay Yotsuya Shinjuku, Tokyo
Japan > Kanto > Tokyo Prefecture > Tokyo > Shinjuku > Yotsuya, Iidabashi
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Yotsuya / Iidabashi
Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.
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Not sure if this is the limo bus you are referring to but there is a Narita Airport bus. Take the Narita airport bus line to either 1) Tokyo station, from Tokyo station JR Chuo line towards Hachioji and get off at Yotsuya... More
Not sure if this is the limo bus you are referring to but there is a Narita Airport bus. Take the Narita airport bus line to either 1) Tokyo station, from Tokyo station JR Chuo line towards Hachioji and get off at Yotsuya Station. 5 to 10 minute walk to Tokyu stay Yotsuya from the Yotsuya Station. 2) Take airport line to Ginza station. At Ginza station take Marunouchi line towards Shinjuku and get off at Yotsuya station. Be aware that the Marunouchi line you may have to walk up stairs at Yotsuya station to get to street level. (JR Yotsuya station they have a walkway to get to street level).
You can also take the trains, one route would be to take the Keisei line from the airport and get off at Keisei Funabashi station, then walk to Funabashi station (5 min walk) and take the JR Chuo line and get off at Yotsuya station. I took this route when I went to Japan, it was one of the cheapest ways to get to the hotel from Narita.