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I booked this hotel via Expedia and got a good price. Breakfast comes with the rate and it is not a bad breakfast as it does have nice variety. Having the breakfast is a great option since Japan can be very monolingual compared to other...More
Very nice and clean hotel. The double room is very spacious compared to most hotels in Tokyo. Very friendly staff. The variety of food for breakfast was quite limited. The area around the hotel offers many good restaurants.
I stayed here for 2 nights earlier this month while visiting Tokyo on holiday. I had some slight communication issues on reception at check in but these were soon resolved. The room was pretty small but was perfectly clean and had all the necessary amenities...More
We did stay quite a few days first at Villa Fontaine Hatchobori, we didn't know what the "Healing room " meant but we soon discovered that we had a " Feet Massageur" in the room, and pillows and mattress very hard, , even after a...More
I'm mostly going for five over four stars in the value. The room itself was a great value given that we could walk right over to the station in 10-15 minutes. We used the hotel as a quick first night stay before traveling across Japan....More
$71 - $152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#19 Business Hotel in Chuo
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