My family of two adults and a child stayed in this hotel for three nights in March 2012.We had booked the hotel on-line and it was chosen mainly for its close proximity to the train station and a halal restaurant, both of which are less than a ten-minute walk away. Days earlier, on our arrival at Haneda airport en route to Osaka, we stayed at Toyoko Inn Haneda, a much smaller hotel compared to this one. This hotel has a bigger, more impressive looking lobby and a seating area which is also used as a breakfast dining area. We booked a double economy room on eco plan (no housekeeping services provided) using a discount card that could be purchased at any of the Toyoko Inn hotels. The room itself is the typical Japanese hotel type - small with even much smaller bathroom but with near complete amenities and very clean. Fortunately we were out sightseeing most of the time, so it was sort of bearable for us. We found the bed comfortable and the yukata provided useful as night wear. We did sample the complimentary breakfast which was quite alright although the selection was very limited. The staff had limited ability to communicate in English - communication could have been a problem to us if not for our son in-law who could speak Japanese. Overall, for the price we paid for (knowing how expensive Tokyo could be compared to where we come from), the hotel had been a good choice for us for our stay in Tokyo.