If you’re looking for a hotel in Yaesu, look no further than Pearl Hotel Yaesu.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and Pearl Hotel Yaesu makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While in Yaesu, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Pearl Hotel Yaesu, including Dhaba India (0.5 mi) and Chez Macio (0.0 mi).
Should time allow, Peace Bell, Gallery Two Plus, and Galerie Sho Contemporary Art are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Pearl Hotel Yaesu looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
In a country of small hotel rooms this was unbelievably small even by Japanese standards. When my suitcase was open on the floor I could not open the bathroom door. The curtain and blind did not fully cover the window which meant my room was lit up by the lights from the building site across the street all night. The staff were polite and helpful when it came to sorting out a mix up with my booking but they are the only good thing about this hotel.
I booked this hotel because it was conveniently located near Tokyo Station. 10 out of 10 on the location but the rooms are small and tight for two people but I expected that. We stayed 11 nights but don't unpack your suitcase because there is no where to store your clothes, the only place available was two hooks on the wall with a couple of hangers. Okay hotel for short stay but not for 11 nights. The room was clean and it didn't smell. The room was an non-smoking room. If you don't want a smelly room, make sure you book an non-smoking room in advance! The front staff didn't seem friendly, it would be nice if he smiled. He was kindof rude when I asked if I can get two key cards, one for myself and one for my wife, he said no and didn't explain why. I paid for two people, I expect at least two key cards. I never had that problem in Japan before. The reason I gave 3 stars is because of the location otherwise I would have given 2 stars.…
Disgusting- smell, poor communication and poor food quality. Never ever try. Cancelled one booking on return already. Very expensive for size and quality. None of the staff can speak English. Breakfast quality is under par.
Small room but it works. We were on 8th floor so if its windy you can feel the building move a bit. The hotel does have a restaurant and with in walking distance of Tokyo train station which has several restaurants and starbucks.
Nice budget hotel tucked away on a side street near Tokyo Station. Held luggage till 3pm check in, extended my stay till 11am, though 10 am check out seems a bit early. Room was small, but expected. Called each day to see if I needed room cleaned. Staff was friendly. Easy walk to Tokyo Station and Imperial Palace. Would stay again. If leaving Tokyo Station, I'd recommend using the Nihonbashi Exit and turn right. Hotel is just down the street a few blocks with several opportunities to cross the street carrying luggage.