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A nice two star hotel with free oriental breakfast. The room is a bit compact but everything we need is there. Maintenance is good and staff are helpful. There are 3 train stations nearby and two convenience stores. The price is reasonable in Tokyo being...More
I spent a couple of nights here on first arriving in Japan and have returned for a further four nights. The staff are friendly and helpful, the location is easy for public transport and includes a shuttle service to Tokyo Railway Station. The rooms are...More
I picked this budget hotel due to its proximity to various places I need to go to; it was only a short walk to stations of several subway lines. Some restaurants and supermarkets in the neighborhood. Like all Toyoko Inns (and there are many of...More
For the price that you will pay, you will find this hotel good. The room is small in Japan standard. However it has free drinking water, self help laundry service in the reception area and free breakfast, which you may not find such service in...More
The cheapest hotels we found in Tokyo. It's clean and cosy and it's only a few minutes walk to the subway and has a good supermarket and some restaurants nearby. The room was small but nice and clean with Internet access. Breakfast was yummy and...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
Refrigerator in room
$67 - $91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#4 Best Value Hotel in Chuo
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
Smoking rooms available ,
Number of rooms
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