We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The hotel is good overall, the front desk staff are very cheery, polite, helpful and accommodating. The room was about what we expected, we'd already stayed in 3 other hotels in Japan, and this one was probably more like a 'western' hotel than a couple...More
The location of the hotel is good - near Kamata station and is a walking distance. But the hotel is very budget and the toilet is very small and stink too. Already reported to the house keeping but still very smelly. Carpets are not vacuum...More
They don't have a safe for your valuables and after our room was cleaned my brother's PASMO (travel card with about $20 left on the bedside table) went missing. We informed reception staff when we were heading out and they insisted on going up to...More
I stayed here because of my late plan that changed from Narita to Haneda. I arrived at 11.00 pm so no choice that I must spend my night around the airport after 13 hours flight.
Honestly I found this hotel accidentally because there were only...More
This hotel was wonderful! We were at a triple occupancy and we stayed at 3 hotels on our trip to Japan, this was the most accommodating and had the biggest room to hold 3 beds. Don't get me wrong, it was still a little tight...More
$68 - $179 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
Family Rooms ,
Smoking rooms available
Number of rooms
TripAdvisor is proud to partner with Booking.com, Rakuten, Expedia, Hotels.com, Orbitz, JAPANiCAN, Travelocity, Hotwire, Cancelon, Agoda, TripOnline SA and HotelQuickly so you can book your Hotel Vista Kamata Tokyo reservations with confidence. We help millions of travelers each month to find the perfect hotel for both vacation and business trips, always with the best discounts and special offers.
Haneda / Kamata is known for its airport with many hotels popping up with the increase in international flights. It’s also an area that offers many shrines and temples with ancient origins including Anamori Inari Shrine or Ikegami Honmonji temple which is visited by more than 300,000 people in October's Buddhist Oeshiki festival. The area around Kamata station is lined with restaurants and is lively until
late at night. In particular, it’s known for the large collection of tasty gyoza specialists.
I believe the public buses only run in the day. I don't think there are shuttles. Taxi's are notoriously expensive for a long travel. Trains stop running around midnight. Unfortunately I think you either ride the expensive... More
I believe the public buses only run in the day. I don't think there are shuttles. Taxi's are notoriously expensive for a long travel. Trains stop running around midnight. Unfortunately I think you either ride the expensive taxi or hurry and go directly on the train. I took the train and walked the rest of the way. I recommend taking the train as close as possible (Keikyu-Kamata Station) and taking a taxi the rest of the way. This short taxi ride will not be that expensive.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"try to get a room which does not face the rail lines - the trains start early"