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It works but oddly. Typical business stay mini apts. Fridge, kettle and cooker in unit but no supplies for anything. Convenience stores close so no great drama. Bathroom a challenge for bigger boned westerners but doable. Horrid squeezy bottle hand wash shampoo etc but again...More
Good value and what you expect from a typical Japanese business hotel - small, efficient, clean, fast internet, great amenities incl a washing machine and microwave in the room. As with almost all hotels in Japan, English language skills of reception staff is a bit...More
Nice hotel in a rather upscale residential neighborhood. Rooms are fairly small but decent, nothing extraordinary. Kitchenette and washing machine in the room. The bathroom looks prefabricated, which is a little weird, but perfectly functional. However, the views over the city from the rooms and...More
The hotel itself is very close to metro station with plenty convenience stores and dinning places nearby. The lobby lounge also provides unlimited soft drinks and beer. Surprisingly all rooms are equipped with a small kitchenette and a washing machine that are convenient for long...More
It was just a block away from the metro station (but not the big one, so no lift access).
We were quite satisfied to stay but it was not a tourist area. If you are looking for dining place and shopping places then you have...More
$109 - $192 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#16 Business Hotel in Minato
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