I stayed at the Palace japan hotel for a week and was impressed with the value for money that this cost me.
The hotel was quite new and was clean and comfortable.The room was not too small with a TV and fridge. Gentleman resided on different floors to the ladies and there were communal bathrooms, which were clean and the shower was really good. It is situated in an inner suburb of Tokyo and is accessable easily by metro.
The receptionist, a lady named Keiko was really helpful, spoke good english and gave me some good tips.
There is a large supermarket behind McDonalds near the metro station where you can buy all your essentuals and really good Japanaese sushi/food that can be heated in the microwave. If you go on your way back to the hotel in the evening, they reduce the food, which is a bonus!
There are quite a few cheaper places to eat in central Tokyo so shop around.
Go to a fleamarket or Antiques market (usually held at the weekend as they are fun and you can pick up a bargain!) Ask at the Tourist office at Asakusa.
- Also Known As:
- Palace Japan Tokyo
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brand new Business Hotel. Each room features TV, air conditioner, and wireless LAN. Kitchenette is available on every floor as well as a full kitchen on the ground floor where free coffee and tea are offered. Coin laundry and dryer is also available.No curfew. ... more less
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