Location & staff are good. Very difficult to get to.
Quiet. Fast Check in. Courteous staff. Everything needed is provided.
I loved how attentive they were when cleaning the rooms.
Great place to stay, wonderful staff. Breakfast is quite expensive at 2800 yen, but if you can be seated by the window and have the garden view, it is quietly lovely to start your day.
Pros: Great location, easy check in/out, very helpful staff, right by a couple Family Marts, great amenities every day, onsen on site. Cons: We had a non-smoking room but it was on a smoking floor, so our stuff smelled like smoke after a few days there and the air was extremely stuffy. Other: Pillows ...
Great location, just a 10 minute walk from the East Exit of Shinjuku Station. As ofthers have said, rooms are small but expected for Japan.
Great location in a high energy aras of Shinjuku. A number of great shops and restaurants within walking distance. As an American, I thought the single rooms were tiny and that was a disappointment. However, staff was great, hotel was very clean & the included breakfast was excellent.
I liked that it was close to the Shinagawa Station, this made it very convenient
The rooftop bar is awesome! Rooms are a reasonable size (we had a delux double) plenty of room for luggage. Bed was comfortable and certainly not as hard as other beds we have come across in Japanese hotel rooms. Black out blinds and AC were both excellent. The location is a little bit of a walk ...
Experienced travelers know that capital cities are often made up of vibrant neighborhoods and communities, and Tokyo, the national capital of Japan, is certainly no exception. Explore the neighborhood of Nihonbashi, 0.9 miles to the northeast of downtown Tokyo.
Tokyo is renowned for its excellent attractions, including the Disneyland® Tokyo, Tokyo Sky Tree and the Sensoji Temple.
Tokyo Imperial Palace, which is one of Tokyo's star attractions, is recommended if you are visiting Nihonbashi.
Visitors to Nihonbashi who'd like to find accommodation near Tokyo Imperial Palace, have loads of options to choose from, including The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo and The Peninsula Tokyo.
Nihonbashi features a wide range of short and long-stay accommodations close to the Edo-Tokyo Museum, including the Royal Park Hotel, Sadachiyo, APA Hotel Ginza-Takaracho, 1/3rd Residence Serviced Apartments Nihonbashi and Lotte City Hotel Kinshicho.
There are many significant events that helped shape this area into what we see today. Explore the comprehensive displays at Edo-Tokyo Museum for a glimpse into this past. The Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa and Residential Hotel B:CONTE Asakusa are some of the most well-known hotels where you can spend a night or two nearby. Even if you're not traveling for business, Tokyo Stock Exchange is worth seeing. Do you need a place to rest your head around here? The Mercure Hotel Ginza Tokyo and Daiichi Hotel Annex are well liked by many travelers.
Take a breather from roaming the streets of Nihonbashi and grab a coffee at 山本山本店喫茶室. Marche aux Poissons(マルシェ オ ポワソン) is the best place to be when your stomach starts to tell you that it's near dinner time. When the stars come out, kickstart a lively evening with a few drinks with the locals at 晴れ家.