Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Melbourne
Great hotel in quiet area of TokyoPosted Jul 18, 2014
I and my girlfriend had a great stay at Chiyoda Inn. Although the hotel isn't located in the heart of Tokyo, nearness to the train station is the key. It took me only 3 mins to walk to Minami-Senju train station where you're connected to JR line and other Tokyo's subways. Also, a number of restaurants are around there. The front staff are helpful and quite knowledgeable and their English is pretty good compared to other Japanese. The room is very clean, as well as the whole building. You can smell the new as soon as you step in. Other thing I like about this hotel is it doesn't have a lot of people stay in, which made us feel like the whole floor belong to us.
for Everyoneby Allhse
Gorgeous traditional Japanese InnPosted Feb 19, 2014
Location: The inn is located close to public transport, near areas such as Asakusa and Ueno. Easy to navigate around!
I travelled with my mother and we were both looking for an authentic experience in Japan on a budget. I stumbled across Chiyoda Inn and it seemed to tick all the boxes. Our experience exceeded our expectations. The inn was small, homely, welcoming and incredibly clean. Though the bathroom facilities are shared they were cleaned early every morning and we barely stumbled across other guests. Our room was additionally fitted with a small fridge, kettle, hair dryer and a sink which was an unexpected bonus. The staff were friendly, English speaking and obliging and very helpful pointing out good local places to eat. Fresh towels and sheets whenever you would like. There is a small lounge area with television and computers and kitchenette and traditional dining table. Free access to wi-fi was included. Close to minami-senju station on the Joban JR line, or the HIbiya Tokyo Metro line as well as additional bus services to Tokyo station that run through Asakusa, it's very easy to navigate around. Absolutely charming and have come home with many treasured memories and hope to go back soon!
for Business Travelersby Marilyn from Canada
Wonderful little gemPosted Dec 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
We stayed here for 5 nights and our stay was very comfortable. We stayed in a twin room with 2 beds and an ensuite sink. There was a shared shower and bathroom. Which was never a problem because they staff were always on top of cleaning the showers once someone used it. Never had to wait to use the bathroom or the shower. They had a coin laundry which was very convenient. They staff were so nice and very helpful! Ota, Oda, and Jiro made our stay very comfortable, treated us like old friends! We used the pottery bath one night and that was a real pleasure. Hot steaming bath was very nice and relaxing after a long day of sightseeing and traveling. The Inn is close to the train station and the trains can be heard throughout the night, but it never bothered us. The only thing that was negative was that it was a little difficult to find the Inn when we first arrived. It's tucked away down a little alleyway. But otherwise we would absolutely stay here again. It was such a gem to find this little place.
Recommendedby Gosia from Melbourne
Very clean hostel, friendly staffPosted Nov 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hostel is very good value for money, very clean and has a typical Japanese feel. The staff is extremely helpful and friendly although not all of them speak English. The rooms are very basic and mattresses are quite hard. It is located near a train station, restaurants and supermarkets. However due to its location to the train station, the noise of the trains may be a problem for light sleepers.
for Familiesby Gosia from Melbourne
Great service, very cleanPosted Nov 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Inn is a very good value for money accommodation, extremely clean and friendly. Very helpful staff, although not all of them speak English. It is located very close to the station, supermarkets and eateries (we loved breakfast at the Denny's), but you can hear the noise from the trains at night, which may be an issue for light sleepers. The mattresses are quite hard, and rooms quite basic, but there is the nice Japanese feel about this place.
for Everyoneby Tc Liew from Malaysia, Penang.
Nice boutique hotel close to JR MinamisenjuPosted Nov 3, 2013
Pros: Is a Japanese-style boutique hotel and has a Japanese-style bath.
Cons: Nothing is always perfect, but we hope the hotel manager can continue to well managed the hotel and serve all the good things to the customers.
Location: This hotel is a very nice boutique hotel, near to JR Minami Senju station (Within walking distance), close to convenience store and local restaurants.
We received a warm welcome from the hotel staff on the first day we arrived in Tokyo. We had a good time trying the Japanese style bath to relax the body tired after walking around Tokyo. No regret to stay at this hotel. Thanks to the hotel manager, Shimpei Ota to ensure the hotel is well managed and serve all the good things to customers. He is a very good man and english speaking. Gambateh!
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Ronnie from Brisbane
Clean and cosyPosted May 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
Clean and cosy inn, though can be a little noisy with the trains and not the most central location. Still recommend it based on price & very helpful staff who are fluent in English