Ratings based on 19 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Great hotel !Posted Nov 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Enjoyed my 2 nights' stay in hotel. In particular, was impressed with the small touches that made for a very pleasant stay. Onsen in the heart of Tokyo with natural hot spring water was a great plus point, so also the other services such as drinks throughout the day and supper at the end of the day. Shuttle service for weekdays can be more frequent than the current morning schedule only.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 28, 2013
Pros: Clean room, extremely nice staff, shuttle to Tokyo Station. Fantastic Onsen and bath facilities.
Nice location, easy to find. Great Onsen and bath facilities. Rooms tiny, and a little bit shabby, but nice and clean and good linens and firm bed. Wanted to stay another night, but was booked up. The breakfast was a good value and was fine with both japanese and western food. Seems to cater to Japanese tourists, so not much english was spoken, but who cares? Good value, especially if booked through the internet. Would definitely stay again.
for Everyoneby Cynthia from Minneapolis, Minnesota
Close to central Tokyo and fish marketPosted Sep 17, 2013
Pros: Breakfast was good deal at 1100 yen per person.
Cons: The air conditioner leaked water onto the bed.
Location: Near fish market and JR rail lines.
Everything was great except our air conditioner leaked water onto our bed.
for Familiesby Jewel from Singapore
Definitely a good place to stayPosted Jul 10, 2013
Cons: Non English speaking staff
Location: Convenient & easy to locate
Dormy Inn is conveniently located at Hatchobori JR station. Frm Narita Airport, take the Nex to Tokyo Station, then take the Keiyo Line, 1 stop to Hatchobori. Exit gate B3/B4, some stairs to climb there. Dormy is located along the waterway, next to a police post. Look upwards for Dormy sign on a taller building. Quiet neighbourhood with many convenience stores & several restaurants within walking distance. Disneyland is just 5 stations away on the Keiyo Line at Maihama Station. The rooms are compact but spacious enough, though the slightly bigger than super single size bed is a bit cramp for 2 adults. However, the onsen experience made up for it. The ladies onsen is more crowded on weekends and almost empty on weekdays. After the onsen, the skin does feel silky & soft frm the nourishment of the minerals. The complimentary ramen supper was satisfying. The only glitch about this place is that all the staff speak limited English. So do all your homework before going because nobody will understand you there.
Recommendedby Japan-Travels from USA
Very good findPosted Jul 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
A very nice business/tourist class hotel in a wonderful location, about 20 minutes' walk to the fish market and the ritzy but busy Ginza neighborhood, without being embedded within it. The rooms are very small, even for Japan standards (especially the "semi-double rooms) and even more than the small room size - the small bed size should also be considered (a double bed is not a queen). Many of the rooms do come with a Tatami mat upon which you or another person sharing the room can sleep (extra linens are 1000 yen). The best part of the hotel, however, is the natural hot spring Onsen, which the hotel provides to guests free of charge. It's clean and beautifully laid out, with separate spaces for men and women. A truly Japanese experience.
Recommendedby Michelle from California, USA
Awesome!Posted Jun 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Loved staying here. Very affordable, simple and comfortable. Location: - Very easy to get to from Narita airport via JR and subway (Hatchobori station). - We didn't use it but saw a few guests boarding the complimentary shuttle to Tokyo station. - This hotel is not in a very touristy area, which we loved. Still lots to do and you can walk or take public transportation very easily. - We like to wander and boy did we! We found ourselves walking to Ginza, the Tsukiji fish market, the Tokyo Imperial Palace, Akihabara, etc. Room: - The rooms are very small (2 of us stayed in a semi-double), but in comparison to a more Westernized hotel that we stayed at in Shinjuku, this hotel did a much better job with utilizing space. - Very clean! - Bed was a bit too firm for me, but I was so tired from exploring the city that I still slept pretty well every night. - Complimentary wifi connection was great in our room (we were on the 9th floor). Other: - Free late night ramen was a yummy snack! - We didn't checkout the onsen, but saw a lot of guests coming back from and going to it. They all looked relaxed and happy! - The staff spoke a little English and they were very helpful. They did all that they could to provide us with directions and whatever else we needed. We absolutely recommend this hotel.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Singapore
So-so hotelPosted May 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
Do not find my stay good as the hotel is far away from the metro station and room is small for two persons.
for Familiesby shahid from wilmington, de
great hotel for pricePosted Apr 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
close to subway station, free onsen, wi-fi working in room (most hotels in Japan did not have working wi-fi in rooms, had to go to lobby), close to great noodle shops, close to 24 family mart , police station one door away. great deal on all you can eat breakfast , great hours for Onsen.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Dan from New Zealand
Easy to find, no problemsPosted Apr 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
We only stayed here for one night on our last night in Tokyo. The room was small but that is normal in Tokyo. It was very clean and smelt fresh however the atrium stunk of smoke - this was not a problem as soon as we stepped into our own non- smoking room. It is right across the road from a train station (JR) but a long walk once inside there! It was not a problem for us. The staff were amazing. We had a late flight out and they held our luggage the whole day after we had checked out. They also went out of their way to help us research something online when it was all in Japanese. Overall - good stay.
for Personal Eventby Jo from Singapore
Great ServicePosted Apr 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Had a wonderful experience staying at this hotel. The hotel provides free shuttle to & fro Tokyo Station, and yet is located away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Service by the staff were excellent, I was surprised when they remembered my room number when I came back at the end of the day to collect my keys from the reception. Rooms were reasonably clean and is of average size. I liked it that the provided a humidifier and air cleaner in the room.