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I was very disappointed to stay in this hotel. We travelled as a group of 36 and specifically asked for non smoking rooms, removal of alcohol from vending machines because of minors and asked to stay together in one wing as we had to supervise...More
2 Thank Nick M
Response from sumisho, フロント オフィス マネージャー at Sumisho Hotel
I’m afraid the reality of the situation is not what you described to us.
We did not receive any request for non-smoking room, removal of the alcoholic drinks, nor the room arrangement from the person who made the reservation.
Also, we do own a floor...More
This is the Japanese style hotel.
Specially they have big public Japanese style bath room.
I like this style. it's makes me good feeling.
Location is good. it could reach by walk from TOKYO station also subway station.
This is my 4th trip to Japan and I should have known better and sprung for more when making room reservations in Tokyo. I am too old for this kind of accommodations.
Sumisho Hotel is tiny and dingy. The room reaked of cigarette smoke. You...More
There is nothing amazing about this hotel, the best features of which are probably its proximity to transport. If you arrive at Tokyo station it's a short and relatively cheap taxi ride (probably too far for most people to walk with bags though); however if...More
We've been to Japan many times and have stayed in many different types of hotels (western and traditional, one star to five star), and this is the first hotel I can say was really terrible - musty, dank, unclean. The staff were predictably very nice...More
$63 - $132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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