Very good 7.5
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based on 152 reviews
  • Cleanliness 7.0
  • Facilities 6.5
  • Location 8.7
  • Room comfort and quality 6.8
  • Service 7.9
  • Value for money 8.3
  • Food and dining 5.8
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Nathan from Australia
Solo traveler
Bunk Bed Non-Smoking
Stayed 2 nights in March 2016
Worst hostel of our trip.
Traveling though Japan with a friend for the past month, this hostel was a very dissapointing experience. The location is extremely central, however located above a casino therefore it is noisy in the capsule. The staff have an extremely inconvenient system of storing shoes and baggage, the common room was full of elderly Japanese men smoking so there is nowhere quiet or hospitable to sit. The bathrooms are old and smelly, the showers are communal and lack privacy. The capsules themselves are uncomfortable, with the last straw: no fan inside the capsule. The one thing you would think a CAPSULE HOTEL would have is a functioning air conditioning system. The hostel in general has a smell on all surfaces. Honestly if you are young or any age and traveling budget, please do yourself a favor and pay and extra 1000 yen for a better place.
Reviewed April 01, 2016
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Gregory from South Korea
Solo traveler
Bunk Bed - Smoking
Stayed 4 nights in March 2016
Great spot for the money
If you are just looking for an affordable place to sleep and keep your things safe while in Tokyo this is it. It was nice to end a day of wandering around with a sauna and a soak as well.
Reviewed March 21, 2016
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Yang from Canada
Solo traveler
Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
Stayed one night in February 2016
An interesting expereience
Good location, lots of food options, fast check in.
The stay was good value for the money. I only had an 18 hour layover and just needed a quick place to crash. The capsules themselves are quite stuffy so there isn't much air movement. There are a number of rules you need to follow when you enter the place though. Also there are 2 capsules with very similar names. There is a new century and just century capsules. I went to the wrong one by accident. 1. When you enter take off your shoes 2. Check in and they will give you a key to put your shoe into 3. Hand them the key to your shoe locker and they will give you a locker key that you can lock away your clothes and other valuables. (if you have a larger travel bag they can put that in storage for you as it will not fit in the locker) 4. You can get dressed in the pants and robes they provide and lounge around. If you want to leave you can do so at any time and simply do the instructions in reverse order. The food around the area is amazing and its near a train station so very easy to get around and back to the airport.
Reviewed March 12, 2016
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Gyuheon from South Korea
Solo traveler
Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
Stayed 2 nights in November 2015
Porn channels?
Close to Keisei-Ueno Line which is directly goes to Narita Airport. Everything was great! Free sauna, Supports English and Korean. However, There are some porn channels inside the capsule which is only men stay. Well... It was quite interesting haha
Reviewed February 10, 2016
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francesco from Italy
Solo traveler
Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
Stayed 5 nights in November 2015
good
location and staff
Near the Ueno station
Reviewed November 29, 2015
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Teo from Malaysia
Solo traveler
Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
Stayed 7 nights in November 2015
Such budget hotel worth backpack's budget
They do have staff who understand english. Daily yakuta robe and toiletries provided. Closer to Keisei-Ueno Line station
It was fair and pleasant. Locker is enough spacious to store small luggage. Non-smoking floor is well-maintained.
Reviewed November 20, 2015
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Dhanakrit from Thailand
Solo traveler
Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
Stayed 2 nights in September 2015
Bad room and poor convenience
1.Near Ueno market 2.Near subway and JR Lines 3.cheap
the room or box in this hotel so bad no have air condition in the box. And bath room is suana area, you must take a bath in suana area then don't have private. and in suana area has smoking then, the travellers will be come for stay here have only 2 good things are 1.Cheap 2.Location. except this not good.
Reviewed September 28, 2015
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KUNIHARU from Japan
Solo traveler
Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
Stayed one night in September 2015
very comfortable
close to ueno station and ameyoko street easy to find and open 12
comfortable
Reviewed September 17, 2015
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Brett from United Kingdom
Solo traveler
Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
Stayed one night in September 2015
Couldn't ask for better.
Price, location, staff
You couldn't ask for better from a very cheap and convenient capsule hotel. It was just a short walk from Ueno station and the staff were very nice - they even escorted me to my capsule! Just be aware that there is another capsule hotel very close by called "Capsule & Sauna Century" (not "New Century"). I walked into the wrong place at first!
Reviewed September 08, 2015
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Nattavut from Thailand
Solo traveler
Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
Stayed 3 nights in August 2015
Good value capsule hotel near Ueno St.
Good value with all basic facilities provided (including all toilet supplies) and surely located in the good location with a few minutes away from Ueno station
Not bad, but the problem is the fact that they allow guests to smoke in the common area make the whole place smells horrible. Anyway, they do not let guests smoking in capsules. Also, the a/c in capsules is not strong enough and it is a bit too warm inside the capsule.
Reviewed September 03, 2015
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