Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Tim from Adelaide SA, Australia
Small But HandyPosted Mar 26, 2013
Pros: Its access to avariety of tourist options
Cons: size of the bathroom, as a big man it was rather aukward
Location: The location is a little hidden away, but this is a positive in that it is a quite hotel to stay in but is only 5-10 minutes from a transport hub.
This hotel has two sections The main section is on one side of the road while the annex in which we stayed is on the opposite side of the road. the room was a lot smaller than expected and the bathroom was quite small. My Son and i were a little disapointed as we had stayed at one of the chains hotels in Osaka and the room was almost twice the size for half the price. For an individual the room would have been a reasonable size a little cramped around the door and kitchen sink area. but ok for the single person, not so good if there are two of you. The room size aside the proximity to public transport, dining and general access to activies were extremely good.
by A verified traveler
Somewhat run down place but cleanPosted Dec 3, 2011 on Hotels.com
The location is convenient to supermarket, train station, drug stores and restaurants. However, my room was so small that it did not have a desk. I had to use my computer sitting in bed with cord running across the main path in the room. The electrical outlet looked jerry rigged. It can be a safety hazard. Also, the room has a strong residual cigarette smoke odor. I am not sure if all the rooms are that way. Basically, it is an old facility, not up to regular safety code that people in the States are used to. The room is maintained clean but the street noise is clearly audible throughout the night.
for Otherby A verified traveler from San Jose, CA
Nice hotel for budget travelers.Posted Jan 18, 2011
The room was properly maintained before my companions and I had begun using the room. There was no maid or room service, which means that it's up to the users to maintain the room to their specifications during their stay. Internet access was one ethernet cord, which is standard. Unfortunately, the bathroom was quite small. Which I suppose is expected of Japanese hotel rooms, but it's not a good thing for rather tall or large travelers. One nice thing though was that they included a bathrobe in the room.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Manchester, United Kingdom
Best budget hotel in TokyoPosted Jan 4, 2011
I arrived 3 days later than expected as my flight was cancelled but staff were extremely helpful and polite regardless. The location is good with a convinience store across the road,nearby shops, restaurants, supermarket and train station! The hotel itself is a bit old but for the price it's definitely worth it, however, the bathroom is tiny! The room was clean but there are no cleaners so everything is self service, you have to ask for new towels, toilet roll etc. Overall it's a good hotel for the price and in a fantastic location if you want to travel around Tokyo as the train station is only a few minutes away.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 17, 2010 on Hotels.com
Location: Very convenient to shopping center and not far from train to Tokyo. Lots of restaurants in area.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New York, New York
Great Stay for a few days!Posted Oct 12, 2010 on Hotels.com
It was a great 6 night stay. Right next to a shopping center with a drug and grocery store, a Lawson's is is also really close by. Weekly Mansion is in a really nice neighborhood, close to the JR Sobu trains that are one stop from the Toyko Metro. The staff at the hotel were excellent and speak English. Although the room and especially the bathroom are very small it was the trade off for the good price and the great quiet small neighborhood. I would came back again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Weekly Mansion Kameido, TokyoPosted Oct 7, 2010 on Hotels.com
We didn't want to break the bank when we chose the hotel so our expectations weren't high. As a result we were pleasantly surprised by how acceptable it was. There was no housekeeping although you could pay for it at an additional cost. Rooms were very small but the bed were comfortable.Laundry services were available and the receptionists were always helpful. There were plenty of places to eat around the station but you would have to go on the train to find anything of note (landmarks, shopping, bars etc). As accomodation tends to be on the pricey side in Tokyo this was a good alternative for the 2 weeks that we stayed there.
for Couplesby Pata de Gato TV from Cancun, Mexico
It was very well located and unexpesive.Posted Sep 20, 2010
Hotel was very well located, near a mall, big avenues with restaurants and close to train coming from the airport, buses and subway stations. Room was clean when we arrived but it doesn't include cleaning during your stay, they only lend you a vacuum machine if you want but you do not have to leave it made before you check out. Staff was very kind and helpful but not all of them speak English. The room was very small but you don't go to Japan to stay in your room so it was very good for what we needed: sleep and shower.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sacramento, CA
Weekly Mansion KameidoPosted Aug 14, 2010 on Hotels.com
This is a great hotel for people staying Tokyo on a budget. In a city notorious for high prices, this is one of the best deals around. It is situated on the JR Sobu train line, making it extremely easy to get to from the Narita airport as well as from downtown. The rooms aren't fancy, but it is well equipped with a hotpot and a refrigerator to store you own food. A convenience store is located across the street for quick and easy meals (this is common in Japan) as well as a grocery store located just down the street. All in all, this is a great hotel to stay at for any length of time.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Malaysia
Weekly Mansion KameidoPosted Feb 18, 2010 on Hotels.com
Good location as the mansion is close to the subway station. There's also a small mall (Sunstreet Mall) located just beside the mansion with eating places, grocery store, Toys R Us, electrical goods store etc. Kameido itself had a lot of shops and restauraunts (Mister Donut, Denny's) and Don Quixote which is a department store that sells everything at reasonable prices. It might be confusing to find the mansion at first, luckily we printed out the map from the website and asked the locals for direction. The room is small if you're used to the average western hotels. But we didn't mind it as it had all the necessary amenities and it was clean.Furthermore the whole time was spent sightseeing so the only time spent in the room was to sleep.