Staff were fantastic and very accomodating. Had requested tower view artist room but none were available as well as the preferred artist rooms also requested...staff happily moved us to a city room with tower view instead which was great. Fantastic connection to Narita with Bus Limousine too, great ...
The hotel was great. Staff were professional and friendly. It was a short walk to the Tsukiji markets, and the weather was lovely to do so everyday.
The old style hotel but actually good.i feel they try their best to update all the things. The price is quite high .
Hotel was clean, room was small but that’s expected for Japan & it was nice & well designed. Staff was helpful & checked me in early so I could get some rest after a long flight.
No microwave oven in the room
Location and proximity to the station. Quiet part of town
good , it clean ........................................................
Fabulous hotel in a great location only a few minutes walk from the train station The room was compact but very modern with all you need for enjoying Shinjuku & surrounding areas . The use of a smartphone to help navigate your way around was a real bonus. The one disappointment was that the pool ...
Shimokitazawa is a neighborhood that travelers like for its theaters. Consider a visit to Suzunari Theatre as part of your Shimokitazawa travel plans. You'll find 466 hotels and other accommodations within 5 miles of Shimokitazawa if you have a hard time finding a place to stay in the heart of this Tokyo neighborhood.
Shimokitazawa might not have accommodation options to suit your travel needs, so you might consider venturing to a different Tokyo neighborhood for your stay. Hatagaya is a neighborhood well regarded for its restaurants, cafés, and coffeehouses. Here are some hotels and other accommodations you can book in Hatagaya:
Suzunari Theatre is an attraction you might want to check out while you're in Shimokitazawa. When you're sightseeing in Tokyo, Yoyogi Park and Shibuya Crossing are also worth a stop.
If you want to head out of town, you can hop aboard a train at Tokyo Shimo-Kitazawa Station.