If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Hachioji, look no further than Keio Plaza Hotel Hachioji.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hachioji, Keio Plaza Hotel Hachioji is located a short distance from Koyasu Shrine (0.2 mi) and Fukuden-ji Temple (0.2 mi).
Guest rooms offer a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a desk, and Keio Plaza Hotel Hachioji makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a chapel, and baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Korean restaurants, including Horumonyaki Tenryu Hachioji Yokamachi Main Branch, Yakiniku Hormone Michi Hachioji, and Samgyeopsal Tonking, all of which are a short distance from Keio Plaza Hotel Hachioji.
Should time allow, Fujimori Park, Hachioji Yume Art Museum, and Hachiman Yakumo Shrine are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Keio Plaza Hotel Hachioji looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Horrible WiFi!!!!!!!!! Don't stay here if you're doing business and need WiFi. Constant dropped WiFi and it resets every night. Always logging in over and over. Room was nice, older, but okay. Staff barely speak English. (They can purchase a bus ticket back to the airport, charged to room) Train Station close by. Celeo Mall (mainly food, sweets, and candy/sweet boxes for gifts) There is a grocery store on the bottom level of the mall. Wish I would have known that after three weeks there. Bummer.
stayed here because we planned to go to yamanashi to visit mt fuji from lake kawaguchi... love this hotel... a bit pricey but the location is excellent... like all other hotels we stayed at in japan, this has top-notch security, comfort, and excellent customer service
After a 9 year hiatus I stayed here again. My previous review said it was soulless and I must say it was better than that this time. However, my room, and particularly the bathroom, was extremely small. They have no gym and, when I asked about alternatives, they gave me a couple of local gyms hat would charge an additional $20/day. Customer service is, on the surface attentive, but there is no notion of flexibility to please the customer. At check in I asked if I had a quiet room. He said yes. I asked where it was so he took out a floor plan and it was right next to the elevator. Of course, it wasn’t possible to change it. Same happened with my colleague who checked in separately. She asked for a higher floor as they can be quieter but she was given a room on the lowest floor with rooms. Same answer when she asked if she could change. Any flexibility requests receives blank stares. I did have dinner twice at the top floor sushi bar. It was good. As was the cafe on the main floor. Also, the limousine bus to the airport runs from right outside which is very convenient.…
I had a pleasant stay in this hotel for 2 weeks. The room is great, reliable internet connection and the staff are very nice as well. It's located near the JR Hachioji station so I had easy access to transportation. The are also malls and restaurants taking just short walks so everything is within reach. I will most likely stay in this hotel again when I come back.
This is the closest thing to an American hotel I've stayed in Japan. Rooms are spacious and furnished like any Marriott, Hilton, etc. The public areas are pretty luxurious. I stayed there for 4 nights and my room and floor were extremely quiet. It's conveniently located, directly next to the station. I stayed on one of the upper floors and the view was wonderful. Breakfast buffet was rather disappointing. Food selection was okay but the place just felt like a cafeteria. Also, they do not have room services which would have been a nice treat when arriving late after a long day of travel/work.