Tokyo Hotel Horidome Villa is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Chuo, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Tokyo Hotel Horidome Villa offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and a coffee shop are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. If you are driving to Tokyo Hotel Horidome Villa, parking is available.
While staying at Tokyo Hotel Horidome Villa, visitors can check out Koami Shrine (0.3 mi) and Statue of Lion (0.4 mi), some of Chuo's top attractions.
If you’re looking for an Indian restaurant, consider a visit to Surya Nihonbashiten, Indian Cuisine Surya, Tokyo Yaesu, or Khyber, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Tokyo Hotel Horidome Villa.
If you’re looking for something to do, Suitengu Shrine (0.5 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Tokyo Hotel Horidome Villa.
Enjoy your stay in Chuo!
The Hotel is extremely well connected, the staff are incredibly helpful and friendly, and the hotel is just generally very good value for money. I would recommend Hotel Horidome without a second thought to anyone that wants to find good accommodation in Tokyo.
We stayed here with a friend for ten whole days exploring Tokyo. The location is in Chuo / Akihabara, and it has very good transportation connections to different subway and train lines. The closest station is Kodemmacho, but we used other stations as well, varying where we were going (e.g. Ningyocho to the airport, Bakuroyokoyama to Shinjuku). It has many restaurants nearby (we found a nice ramen restaurant who also served cheap gyoza!), and a konbini right next door. The hotel itself was nice, especially during New Years with their gorgeous decorations. The staff was very friendly (as expected from Japan), and they accommodated to all our needs - extra pillows and blankets delivered to our door, and some Aspirin in the long hours. They're available 24/7, and they speak good English. The room was small, but clean and sufficient to our needs. You couldn't hear anything from other rooms, but if someone was talking in the hallway, you could hear it like they were standing next to you. The room came with a pocket wifi/telephone (300 yen / day), which was very handy! They also had a laundromat and a dryer (100 yen / laundry, 100 yen / 30 min of drying). Washing powder was included. I would recommend this hotel, if you're a bit on a budget, and don't mind a small room - that being said, Japanese hotel rooms are quite small in general. The location is great, the staff is great, and it had all the things I look for in a hotel. Mini-fridge was necessary, as the hotel didn't provide breakfast, only hot coffee in the lobby every morning. As there was a Family mart right next door, we didn't need a breakfast service either. Thank you for having us!…
The only thing I can say that dragged the review down was that the beds weren’t that comfortable. Soap, conditioner and shampoo were provided which was nice, the staff in reception were polite, room was quite small but it’s to be expected on such a budget price.
So, I've booked this hotel because my friends recommendation. She said it's close with train station (it closes with Kodemmacho, Ningyocho station. and if you want to walk more, you can reach Kanda Station or even Akihabara) and cheap. Yes, it has really cheap price for hotel in Tokyo. But, if you has JR pass, better you search another hotel than this one. 1st impression: old fashioned hotel from outside. 2nd impression: when I want to check-in they said if you want to going outside, you have to hand over again
Stayed over the fri-sat during Typhoon Hagibis. Small and clean room. We were travelling with backpacks so fitted in the room well. I would think that bigger suitcases will struggle to fit when opened. Our room didn't have a street view and window was taped shut so you couldn't see through. Staff polite and friendly although a little amount of English studies wouldn't hurt. They let us check-in early with no extra cost! Free coffee in the morning was great. There is no restaurant in the hotel but the next door restaurant offers great kushikatsu. Breakfast was a bit hard to find but not sure if it was due to the Typhoon (a hotel restaurant would have been handy). Happy with this hotel. Offers a good value for a night or few but wouldn't stay more than 3-4 nights due to size of the room (especially with no window).…