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It was a very nice place overall, but I do have one complaint that families should take note of: although it's possible to add the option "baby bed" on Expedia, they don't actually own one on site. I had to get my room changed to one with the bed against the wall since I was staying with a one-year-old. ...
Next to the Imperial Palace, this section of Tokyo is nice and calm. There was a running event around the palace park. Well organized. We did not go to those tourist sites. Instead we spent the whole day in the area, tasted Tokyo city life, and really enjoyed.
Stayed for a night before catching the train the next morning. The train station isn't too far but there aren't a lot of food to eat in the area that opens late.
Location is quieter, but still walkable to some restaurants and shops. Rooms are spacious, clean and have nice views. Restaurant is very good. This was just what we were looking for during our stay.
I really enjoyed my stay in this capsule hotel. I appreciate that the nearest Metro was just one ride away to Tokyo Station which is the gateway to all other locations on my list.
Anyone travelling to Tokyo should be prepared for small rooms. That being said, Tokyo Green Palace has very nice rooms and a friendly staff, most of whom speak English very well.
Great location with unbelievable facilities make this hotel unique. Best breakfast anywhere combined with superb service makes this my favorite hotel in Tokyo.
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