Just got back from a three-day stay at this hotel. Company put me up, so it didn't come out of my pocket but for those of you paying your own way, it's not a bad value. Good points: Relatively large room for a business hotel. I've stayed in a bunch of them all over Japan. Room was really clean. Bad points: street / train noise. I had a third floor room and didn't appreciate the rumbling from outside. Also, it's about halfway between JR Hamamatsucho and Hinode Station on the Yurikamome, so take your pick for transport. It's probably closer to Hinode. Front desk service is polite, but it helps if you can speak a little Japanese.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Good access to the Roppongi, and Ginza areas. Stay in comfort with good service and facilities.We are conveniently located for easy access to six train lines and four nearby stations, including JR Hamamatsucho station, the Yurikamome Line and the monorail. Chisun Hotel Hamamatsucho is ideal for business or pleasure, offering especially good access to the Shinbashi and Ginza districts.We strive to be a comfortable base for your travels while maintaining competitive prices. We look forward to welcoming you with our friendly, professional service and convenient facilities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Chisun Hotel Minato
- Chisun Hotel Hamamatsucho Tokyo, Japan