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Reviewed July 15, 2012

We stayed one night in this hotel for a nine-hour transit at Haneda Airport. The hotel-airport shuttle service is good and on-time, it only takes 10 minutes. Check-in is smooth and the WiFi is free. A set of moisture mask and pyjama are given to us for free at check-in. The room is tiny and cramped but this is the norm for all the hotels in Tokyo. Given the price is about US$100 per night, I have no complaint.

Date of stay: July 2012
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1  Thank MikeKwan
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Reviewed July 13, 2012

This is an inexpensive hotel near Haneda. Very small room, clean
with free wi-fi. Free 'continental' breakfast and free
shuttle bus to the airport. Decent front desk service.
Many restaurants and shops within walking distance.
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Thank Hugon20
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Reviewed April 23, 2012

If you arrive at Haneda Airport after 12.30pm, then the only way to reach this hotel is by cab as the MRT, trains and hotel shuttle options are out. Our cab fare is 1430 yen (irregardless of number of passengers but no more than 3 a cab) and takes about 10 minutes to reach this hotel.

Pros:-
1) Right opposite the hotel is a 7-Eleven which opens 24 hours and will be a preview of the convenience store food that Japan offer. Please try the Oden which is a boiled soup with ingredients that you can select such as egg, radish etc. It is a wonderful experience to eat this especially if arriving via the late night flight.
2) 5 mins walking access to the Otorii Station Keikyu Line which you can transfer to Shinagawa in which you can transfer via JR to Shibuya and to the other JR line destinations. Beware that the Shinagawa station destinations are not very tourist friendly.
3) Friendly English speaking hotel receptionist with myriad of vending machines in the lobby as well as a sleeping gown in which you can borrow

Cons:-
1) Tiny room for an above acerage price. Bed is way too cramped for 2 people. However you can use the infamous Japanese toilets with its bidets and other gadgets. Bathroom is adequately spaced.

Great location, good facilities, just let down by the cramped tiny room

Date of stay: April 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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4  Thank A_Screw_Loose
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Reviewed April 19, 2012

We had to stay close to the airport so we stayed here for two nights. The room was tiny and they did not clean/service the room which was a little weird but they did leave clean towels on the door each morning. The room rate was super affordable considering what we paid at other hotel during our Tokyo stay, and although this was in no way a nice place to stay it was clean, bed was comfy enough, they had free wifi (YAY!) and breakfast (good, basic, traditional Jpaanese breakfast) was included. It was a quick 2-train stop ride to the airport but the downside was that travelling anywhere else was a bit of a pain. There was a 7-11 across the street which came in really handy and a noodle shop next to the 7-11 which had an amazing bowl of udon and an awesome chicken katsu-curry dish. The guy there spoke english and was super friendly! May be helpful to make reservation here, we needed to stay an extra night and they were fully booked so we had to go to another toyoko-inn and that one was horrible in comparison. The staff here was hit and miss, one girl didn't know her right from her left but there was another girl there that spoke english and she was incredibly helpful. Also they have free computers and free printing in the loccy, very useful!

Date of stay: April 2012
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1  Thank TravelAround24
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Reviewed April 15, 2012

I am also a frequent traveler and thought this was a decent place to relax after late night arrival and early morning departure. Contrary to the other post, I smelt nothing. Perhaps because I always stay at a non-smoking room. In the non-smoking rooms, I had no problem with the cleanliness. The room are designed small to minimize price- if you want a larger and better room, please stay at Excel Tokyu in Haneda. It's a bit unfair to complain about room size, this is Japan, Tokyo, and a Toyoko Inn. It is cheaper than a Holiday Inn in New York, cleaner and more comfortable, although the room might be a little smaller. This hotel is good enough to take a shower, perhaps a bath, for a clean toilet, comfortable enough nap, a coffee and light breakfast before you depart for another location. It does its job. Air con works okay, as long as you know how to use the controller and adjust the temperature and strength of airflow (if you don't, ask the hotel management).

Room tip: Non-smokers must choose a non-smoking room. You don't have a justifiable reason to complain about smell if you stay at a smoking room. Also, this is a budget hotel. If you can spend more for space, you have other hotels.
Date of stay: May 2011
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2  Thank Yobeekool
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