I cannot recommend this hotel enough. Not only does the staff speak fluent English, the rooms are large and comfortable, and the location puts you in walking distance to two subways and a handful of attractions. The convenience store in the basement is a lifesaver as well.
Matt from Austin, TX
This luxury hotel is located in Tokyo (Akasaka), close to Hie Shrine, National Diet Building, and Tokyo Imperial Palace. Also …More
For any one wishing to visit Tokyo, the Omori Tokyu Inn is a fantastic hotel. The location of the hotel is almost central to the city. Leaving the hotel the JR station is situated just metres from the reception. This being extremely valuable to your stay. Now people may see a negative side to this such as noise being an issue however, after staying there twice on two different floors and sides of the building, I’ve had no problem with noise from the station. The trains being electric helps with a reduction in noise. The trains at the station run on the Keihin-Tōhoku line which, covers half of central Tokyo. Just two stops to Shinigawa and you can transfer to the Yamanote Line which, covers the other half. Not eating at the hotel myself I found the area is full of restaurants. The rooms themselves are great. The bed is comfortable with single rooms having a double bed and memory foam pillows. You get and LCD T.V. in your room which, is handy if you like Japanese programs. Theres also a kettle, phone, trouser press, alarm clock, slippers and a robe. Theres more than enough room for your possessions and a good sized desk. The bathroom is plastic and not very beautiful but it remains clean and functional. The toilet is electric with handy cleaning features. There is also a bath/shower. Each bathroom has a soap, condtioner and shampoo dispenser, so you will not need to bring your own. Room service takes place around 1pm so you’ll sure to be out and not disturbed. Great staff too.
John from Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire
This family-friendly hotel is located in Tokyo (Ota), close to Tokyo Institute of Technology. Area attractions also include …More
We love the proximity to the train station and many family friendly restaurants. Hotel lobby is on the 5th floor. Below is Mark city, a department store. 3rd floor is the restaurant street with sushi, tonkatsu, noodles, convenient store, cafes, and many others to choose from. We also ate. breakfast there, much more affordable than the ones in the hotel. Check out floor B1, a foodie paradise that also connects to another department store. Our triple room is very spacious by Japanese standard, the "single" beds are almost full size by US standard. We also like having separate rooms for toilet and shower. My only suggestion would be for them to upgrade their beddings and towel.
We took NEX from Narita to Sibuya. It's a 10 minute walk to the hotel and entrance is not very easy to find.
Set in a 25-story building, this hotel is positioned adjacent to the station in Tokyo's fashionable Shibuya district, within …More
The hotel is in middle of Shibuya, very close to Shibuya station so it was very easy to access anywhere. Of course there are tons of stores and restaurants around the hotel. If you need something, just walk out from the hotel and you can find pretty much anything you need around Shibuya area. Hotel room might be too small if you are a big and tall person but it was comfortable for me and my husband. Wireless internet was fast and worked good for us. There was only one washing machine and dryer which no one but us used while we were staying. Over all we were really happy about this hotel!
This hotel is located in Tokyo (Shibuya), close to Shibuya Crossing, Meiji Jingu Shrine, and Nezu Art Museum. Also nearby are …More