The weekly mansion is not a hotel, but have apartments with a small kitchen (cooking plate + fridge) and bath room. The reception was open 9-18, and the lady at the desk didn't speak English at all. My room was quite small, but since almost every piece of furniture could be somehow pushed away (bet inside the wall), there was enough space. Dishing and cleaning I did myself, since there was no room service. Nothing luxurious, but quite convenient. At least there was air conditioning and a small balcony. The place is about 6-7 miles from the "centre", and 500 m from the train/metro station.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You'll feel like a local when staying in this location, with comfortable and budget-friendly rooms. Tokyo may be a big city but once you're in the Nakanobu neighborhood you'll feel like you're part of the local community. Wave hello to your neighbors in Togoshi-Ginza, Tokyo’s longest shopping street, and be sure to try the tasty local restaurants. If you'd like something with more pizzazz, there's easy train access to the Odaiba area as well as Yokohama and Jiyugaoka. ... more less
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- FLEXSTAY INN Nakanobu Shinagawa, Tokyo