Super Hotel Shinagawa Shimbamba

Com ótima localização em Tóquio, Super Hotel Shinagawa Shimbamba fica a 1,9 km de Baía de Tóquio e a 5,3 km de Torre de Tóquio. Este hotel fica a 7,7 km de Cruzamento de Shibuya e a 8,8 km de Mercado Toyosu.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 99 quartos com geladeiras e TVs de tela plana. Wi-Fi de cor...

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5

Quarto, para não fumantes (Connecting Rooms)

2 camas de casal

Quarto à prova de som

Configuração: 2 quartos

Internet: Wi-Fi grá...

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Comodidades do quarto:

Máx 4 adultos

Máx 2 crianças

Reserva imediata

5

Quarto casal, para não fumantes

1 cama de casal

Quarto à prova de som

Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

Entretenimento: TV d...

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Comodidades do quarto:

Máx 2 adultos

Máx 1 criança

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5

Quarto, para não fumantes (Super (1 Double Bed and 1 Bunk Bed))

1 cama de casal e 1 beliche solteiro

Quarto à prova de som

Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

Ent...

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Comodidades do quarto:

Máx 2 adultos

Máx 1 criança

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5

Quarto, para não fumantes (Adjacent Double Rooms)

2 camas de casal

Quarto à prova de som

Configuração: 2 quartos

Internet: Wi-Fi grá...

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Comodidades do quarto:

Máx 4 adultos

Máx 2 crianças

Reserva imediata

Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 10:00

Com ótima localização em Tóquio, Super Hotel Shinagawa Shimbamba fica a 1,9 km de Baía de Tóquio e a 5,3 km de Torre de Tóquio. Este hotel fica a 7,7 km de Cruzamento de Shibuya e a 8,8 km de Mercado Toyosu.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 99 quartos com geladeiras e TVs de tela plana. Wi-Fi de cortesia está disponível para manter você conectado. Banheiro privativo com chuveiro/banheira combinados apresenta secadores de cabelo e chinelos. As comodidades incluem escrivaninhas e chaleiras elétricas. Além disso, o serviço de arrumação nos quartos é fornecido diariamente.Café da manhã continental...

2-30-26 Kitashinagawa - Tokyo, Tokyo - Japão - 140-0001

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 10:00

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Pontuação dos viajantes
  • Excelente

    32

  • Muito Bom

    36

  • Bom

    5

  • Razoável

    1

  • Ruim

    0

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  • Negócios

    30

  • Romântica

    12

  • Viagem a sós

    18

  • Família

    8

  • Viagem com amigos

    5

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good quality on a budget

Avaliou em 30 de março de 2018

super friendly staff, clean and well maintained, small room and even smaller bathroom (think camper size) but well equiped. free onsen and gifts offered. calm area, 5 min from shimbamba station, 2 stops from shinagawa station (shinkansen connection). free super complete breakfast.

dem2014

You cant go wrong with Super Hotel!

Avaliou em 23 de janeiro de 2018

If your looking for an Affordable, Comfortable, Convenient and Service -- Super Hotel have always been my choice for my annual visits to Japan! Located at about 10mins walk from Shimbamba station and 25mins walk from Shinagawa Station, and right in front of the hotel is a local grocers that you can spend a good hour looking at produce and products that what locals buy. Not a very touristy area, but as we were walking out at 23:00, you will see non-commercialised izakaya(s) at the street next to the hotel -- which my partner and i enjoyed a good hot sake in a winter night. For those that would like something peace and quiet after the busy day. With the rates we paid, we get delicious home cooked japanese style breakfast buffet, with breads and yogurt for those that not used to having rice for breakfast. Checking in: The friendly receptionist can speak fluent english; a variety of pillow & pajamas selections for patrons. PLUS POINT: a separate gender, man-made hot spring spa for patrons. Really helpful after a tiring day of walking and eating in Tokyo. The carbonated bath claims to boost metabolism, relieves muscle-ache and aids sleep. Highly recommended for those that would like to stay at a peaceful neighbourhood but near to the city.

cheechengk

Good, budget friendly hotel in quiet area.

Avaliou em 4 de abril de 2017

Room: Small, but everything seems to be very new and the bed was comfortable. And actually being able to control the temperature in the room was very nice! But be warned, the bathroom is absolutely tiny and the room has no views at all. Sitting down on the toilet meant that my knees were almost hitting the wall. And interesting enough, they don't use a room card/key system here. Instead, you get a number when you check in, which you punch into the keypad every time you enter your room. This has its pros and cons, but I liked it quite a bit. I memorized the code after entering it several times, and being able to not worry about a key was quite nice. Plus this means your room doesn't lose power when you leave, so you can leave stuff charging in your room. Location: The hotel is located in a rather quiet area with a lot of tiny shops all around. It's about a 8 minute walk to Shimbamba station, and from there it's a 2 stop/2 minute train ride to the rather large Shinagawa station, where you have access to the Shinkansen, Yamamote, and several other lines. It's not the best location I'd say, but still pretty good because it gives you easy access to the big spots like Shibuya and Shinjuku. Facilities: They have three washers and dryers here. And one loads costs 100 yen. With free detergent. That's freaking amazing. And the dryers actually work and dry clothes, which is unusual in Japan! Wow! Free breakfast: The buffet is actually pretty damn good. I wasn't expecting much since it's free after all, but I enjoyed every breakfast during the 3 days I stayed there. I'd even say that it was better than some of the paid breakfast buffets I've had. And just being able to start off the day without worrying about what to get for breakfast really helps. But don't expect Western food like bacon or sausages with pancakes. Service: Even in Japan, there's customer service that ranges from polite but rather useless, to super helpful and enthusiastic. I'd say the service here is more towards the latter. They were always smiles and helped me with any questions I had. Hirata-san in particular did a great job with helping me send my luggage to my next hotel. Thumbs up for the staff here, flawless in my book. Overall, I enjoyed my stay here. If you're looking for a hotel with magnificent views of Tokyo, this isn't for you. But if you're looking for a budget friendly hotel located in a quiet neighborhood to serve as your base while you're out exploring Tokyo, this is a pretty good option.

lowzip

Delightful and Charming

Avaliou em 3 de outubro de 2016

Beginning with the delightful entryway punctuated by two classically sculpted miniature pine trees, continuing on to the warm, friendly and accommodating greeting by Miss Maeda at the front desk, and in consideration of a peaceful and relaxing public bath in addition to the "cozy" but immaculate bathroom facilities in the room, a large (for Japan) and comfortable bed, a quiet and clean room, and the continuing attentive and gracious services of all the staff, and in particular, Miss Maeda and Miss Shimokawa, I can recommend this hotel highly to the traveler looking for something typically Japanese in an out of the way local neighborhood, still easily accessible to a major train station. The neighborhood in which this hotel is situated is truly unusual, in my experience, for a big city hotel. The neighborhood is anchored by not just one, but two long shopping streets intersecting very close to the hotel. With numerous local eateries, small specialty "wagashi", or Japanese sweets shops, drinking/eating establishments, all typically Japanese with the exception of an Indian restaurant, a couple of Chinese and one or two Italian restaurants, this is a great place to really soak up the local flavor of an older period in Japanese history. In fact, directly across from the hotel are the remnants of part of the historic Tokaido road (virtually an alleyway, but one tat connected the two ancient capitals of Japan). A short walk in on this walkway one finds a very sweet, neighborhood public park devoted to children and supervised seven days a week by trained professionals. All in all a very unique and special place to stay, well managed and fairly priced. Highly recommended!!

Bowlover

Not good for tourists

Avaliou em 14 de junho de 2016

Pros: 1. New hotel, hot public bath, free breakfast 大澡堂很小但是很乾淨 2. Friendly staffs 3. Very quiet coz it's in a residential area 4. 5 min walk from subway station 5. The hotel seems to be popular among Japanese. I guess it's because they are there for business so they just need a clean, quiet place which is near the station Cons: 1. Not good for tourists coz almost all restaurants and shops are closed after 10 or 11. 2. Since almost all shops are closed early in this area, the walk back to the hotel after 10 pm is very scary coz very very few people are on the street. Tourists aren't meant to go back to hotel early like 7 pm so I wouldn't recommend it to tourists. 四周店家很早打烊所以大概晚上十點回去路上幾乎沒人,非常恐怖,早上四周也不熱鬧,對於觀光客來說很不方便畢竟來玩不是要晚上七點就回飯店的

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