Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Koto does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido, a nice option for travelers like you.
Rooms at Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido provide a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido offers breakfast, which will help make your Koto trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Close to some of Koto's most popular landmarks, such as Sunamachi Ginza Shopping Street (1.4 mi) and Fukagawa Shinmeigu (1.7 mi), Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido is a great destination for tourists.
If you’re looking for a Korean restaurant, consider a visit to Saikabo Kinshicho, Yakiniku Stamina-En Sunamachi, or Yakiniku Iki, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular parks, such as Sarue Onshi Park, Kameido Chuo Park, and Kiba Park.
Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido puts the best of Koto at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This is Tokyo, a North American/European hotel room would be an astronomical sum of money, Super Hotels are a bed, a desk and a bathroom, all together my bedroom at home is 2x as big. So expect a SMALL room. Being Japan, the rooms are clean, the breakfast is very good and the staff are friendly and helpful. This hotel is on a quiet street, a 5 minute walk to Kameido station, with many restaurants in the area, Japanese and Western. If you are out exploring and only need an inexpensive base of operations while you are in Tokyo, this place or another in the chain will do fine.
I have stayed at this hotel a couple times. Breakfast is included and very good. Unfortunate for me after my 13 hour flight I was jet lagged and missed the great breakfast I had 2 years ago. A negative with this hotel is that between 10 and 3 you must vacate the building regardless if you are staying addition days. Positives are it is a quiet area and only a short walk to kameido Jr station and kinschico jr station is a little farther and still walkable. Macdonalds, dennys, cofee shop, convenience stores all nearby. Check out the donkey store fore one stop shopping from everything you need i.e groceries, cosmetics, designer handbags etc. I would recommend this hotel but remember it is very tiny!
We have just spent 3 weeks in this hotel, and it was just what we needed. As parents witha 14 year old we were able to get a triple room, which was very economical. The room had a fridge and kettle, so we were able to prepare simple food and drinks, also a sofa where parents could sit and read in the late evening while the teenager used his laptop on the counter (free internet access). Bathroom was a small capsule, but the shower was as hot and powerful as one could wish; towels and sheets were changed daily. We travel light, so the lack of wardrobe or much storage space for luggage didn't bother us. There are rails to hang clothes, and coin operated washer and dryer, Also you can borrow an iron. The staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfasts (included in the price) were a selection of breads and pastries such as croissants or curry filled rolls, with salads, and hot or cold drinks. The hotel is about 5 minutes walk from a subway station from where you can travel anywhere. The area has many shops and places to eat. The only slight negative is that one must be out of the room between 10am and 3pm while the rooms are cleaned, which was good in that our son could not stay home on the internet all day, but on a day of heavy rain was a bit irritating. Liked: the price Disliked: the doors being locked until 3pm when our feet were aching…