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For the price we paid for, this was a good hotel. It had a western bed, which thankfully was soft after a long flight over from Hawaii. The bathroom was easy to understand. Overall, would stay here again if I was passing by in Tokyo.
The room was decent enough but didn’t have a bar fridge or kettle and was quite small. Good thing though is that it is close to the train line and is located in a quiet neighbourhood. Staff were very friendly and rooms were clean.
we choose this hotel for a overnight as we reached Japan at the midnight, 15 min taxi drive from airport and the hotel located at a residence area , the nearest train station take about 10 min walk. No convenient shop nearby and very simple...More
Accommodating and Multilingual staffs. A quiet and cozy place where you can rest after a whole day of adventure or business travel. You'll feel like home. Best for travellers who wish to have sound sleep away from the busy street.
This is a small hotel in Kawasaki, about 15 minutes driving from Haneda Airport. I stayed for three days and the staff was great, very helpful and spoke excellent English. Within a five minute walk from the hotel, there is a street with various eateries...More
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Management response:Responded August 9, 2017
Thank you very much for your positive feed back about your stay in our hotel.
We are happy that the quality of our rooms and the friendliness of our staff
made a good impression on you. I am very happy to hear that our staff...More
I would call the hotel directly. The desk person speaks English and was very helpful for our late arrival, but we stayed in a regular room. If you can manage a room, I would opt for that. Still very inexpensive for the night... More
I would call the hotel directly. The desk person speaks English and was very helpful for our late arrival, but we stayed in a regular room. If you can manage a room, I would opt for that. Still very inexpensive for the night compared to most of Tokyo!
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"Try to get a room on the lowest floor possible. Its a 3 storey place, but no elevator."