Good location quiet zone
Reviewed 15 January, 2019
Good hotel at good location closed to iidabashi station exit C3 Oedo line, while can reach Keisei Ueno easily via Ueno-Okachimachi station. But the station is quite huge so you may need a bit walk inside station. Hotel was good maintain room is big compared to other business hotels, located in the office area but quiet enough for staying at night. Can walk to Suidobashi station where a lot of restaurants surrounded also Tokyo Dome and Don Quihote are closed by.
Small room, good location
Reviewed 25 August, 2017
Location was very good, in a quiet resident area, close to Iidabashi subway station, Tokyo Dome. Room was small, not enough space to unpack my bags. Everything in the room was simple but well arranged. Bathroom was small too and a bit outdated. Staff was friendly but could not speak English very well. WiFi was free but a bit slow.
Poor cousin to Tokyo Dome
Reviewed 12 May, 2017
Having stayed at Tokyo Dome, this hotel compares poorly to its swankier neighbour. The room we had was very small, with an even smaller toilet, and hardly space for luggage. It is clean and it had a small TV, a hairdryer and a small kettle. Sufficient, but good only for one night.
Although I appreciated the breakfast that came with the room booking, I did not enjoy the breakfast as the quality was rather poor at a small Chinese restaurant in the basement of the hotel.
There is a nice garden next to the hotel, good for a nice stroll in the park. Location is not bad, but head towards the Dome if you want restaurants and activities when it gets dark.
Good hotel close to Tokyo Dome
Reviewed 20 April, 2017
The hotel location is close to Tokyo Dome, JR station and Metro station.
The breakfast is good enough, the room have small bathtube combined with shower, clean toilet, water boiler, refrigenerator, TV, air cleaner, AC, hair dryer, etc.
The hotel is good enough for your need as long you're stay at Tokyo.
Unpleasant customer service experience
Reviewed 27 March, 2017
The location was OK, and the facilities were very clean, if a bit small. We would probably stay again had it not been for one experience we had with a member of the staff. As our Japanese is still weak, my husband asked the front desk to help us with making a dinner reservation at a nearby restaurant. The young lady at the front desk was very willing to help, but as she tried to help us an older employee began scolding her in (we think) Chinese. He had her ask my husband in English which country we were from, and when he answered "America, but we live in Japan," he continued to speak intensely to the employee. After he left, she shamefacedly told my husband that she couldn't help because, if we bailed on our reservation, it would reflect badly on the hotel. I'm not sure if this was discrimination or just a very poor customer service decision, but it was quite unpleasant. The young lady was as helpful as possible, though--in fact,most employees were great--but this left a bad taste in my mouth.