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320 meters to public transportation
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
Booked 18 times since yesterday | 8 travelers are looking at this property right now
|Value for money||7.8|
|Distance to city center||4.4 km|
|Nearest airport||Haneda Airport (HND)|
|Distance to airport||17.9 km|
Designed for both business and leisure travel, Suidobashi Grand Hotel is ideally situated in Akihabara; one of the city's most popular locales. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. For sightseeing options and local attractions, one need not look far as the hotel enjoys close proximity to Kōrakuen Amusement Park, Dokyo Dome City, Spa LaQua.
Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities, Suidobashi Grand Hotel is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. To name a few of the hotel's facilities, there are free Wi-Fi in all rooms, daily housekeeping, 24-hour front desk, Wi-Fi in public areas, restaurant.
Guests can choose from 209 rooms, all of which exude an atmosphere of total peace and harmony. Throughout the day you can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the massage. When you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodations in Tokyo, make Suidobashi Grand Hotel your home away from home.
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Children 0-5 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 6 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Suidobashi Grand Hotel
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suidobashi hotel is excellent ”
Pros: the hotel is in a prime location for shopping, food, and entertainment. It is right next to the Tokyo Dome and Don Quixote supermarket and is close to the subway. It is not recommended for families due to the space but is great for solo trips and smaller groups. I would stay in again.
Rooms are very small. Bed was very firm and uncomfortable for me, but if you like a firm mattress you’ll like it. It’s in a great location
Good Location, Good Staffs”
This property is very near to Tokyo Dome. If you would like to attend an event, this property is very suitable. The room is still using keys, and you need to deposit your key at the front desk before you leave. I would really like to thank the staffs. I didn't wake up on the day of departure, until the front desk called me. They didn't blame me, and I would like to thank for their understandings.
Nice hotel near Tokyo Dome”
Very good option to stay in Tokyo, very close to Tokyo Dome with access to restaurants, a small mall and some attractions. Also very close to Suidobashi station, from where you can move thru the subway network of Tokyo.
The staff are very nice and friendly.
I stayed for 4 nights here and had a nice experience. The room was clean. The free shower gel and shampoo had a nice quality. The staffs were friendly. Many restaurants nearby. 5 minutes walk to subway and train station. Only 2 stations away from Tokyo station. Only downside was internet was quite slow. I managed to work with it but it's not so fast for watching video.
Great value for money”
This was my 5th trip to Tokyo, I go every 4 years for a karate tournament. On the last 3 trips, I have stayed at the Tokyo Dome as this is where everyone else stays and it is close to the tournament venue. As Tokyo Dome is 5 stars and this hotel is 2 stars, I was apprehensive about having to adjust to the lower standard. As it turns out, I was very pleasantly surprised. The room was well presented. The breakfast was excellent. Unfortunately no cereal, but a good selection of other things including hot foods. The staff at the restaurant wear tuxedos, which gives the feel of a 5 star hotel. On the downside, the mattress is hard as a rock. But then Tokyo Dome is the same. As I am quite heavy (100kg), I find that I benefit from a soft mattress. As such, I always pack a mattress overlay. I have one made of memory foam which I bought from the Foam Booth in Surry Hills. It takes up about 30% of my suitcase, but for me it is worth it. Aside from the mattress, the only other issue was finding room to open my suitcase. I have an 82cm suitcase which I didn't want to open on the bed as it would get the bed dirty. The only place I could open it was the hallway floor and even then it would only just fit. And I would have to move it to be able to open the front door. But I got used to this and so it was not really an issue. Overall, I would say that this hotel is underrated and I thought it was an excellent alternative to the 5 star accommodation which I am used to. I saved a lot of money by staying here compared to the Tokyo Dome. If you are looking for western food, I would recommend Jonathan's restaurant across the road. It is on the first floor above a convenience store.
The staff was very professional and able to speak English very well. They were very attentive to needs and helpful. The breakfast was nice and a great way to start the day. The hotel is not far from both metro and JR stations as well as Tokyo Dome City. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
Very pleasant and affordable ”
I loved it. The location and the surrounding is perfect. Access to JR (3 min by foot) or other 2 metro lines. Room is very small, but for that affordable price I didn't expect anything bigger. Very clean, good design, pleasant to come back. Recommend very much.
Good location if you want a hotel near tokyo dome”
Room is ok and the staff were really accommodating and nice. Location is very good if you want near at tokyo dome
location, amenities, very easy & fast check in/out ”
location, amenities, very easy & fast check in/out
Good location to Tokyo Dome and good accessibility ”
Good location to Tokyo Dome and good accessibility (near to JR and subway station) . You can find shipping place and restaurants around there. The hotel serves Nice breakfast (salad and variety of dishes).
Quite a old hotel with little amenities”
Toilet is very small, location wise is good but you have to walk up a slope. Near to subway station. Room is old and still uses key. If leave hotel room need to deposit key at the reception which is abit strange to us. No privacy. Room is small too and bed covers look old. Overall not recommended for us.
Ordinary business hotel”
This hotel is close to the Suidobashi station. (Even though, Suidobashi station is not that convenient to move around Tokyo.) Their staffs were very nice & polite and its breakfast was very good. However, the room was so tiny and its facilities were very old, so I hope that they renovate the hotel in near future. Overall, Good business hotel with an old and small room.
Good location for a short stay”
Easy access, 5 minutes trundle with wheeled luggage from Suidobashi Station (JR, two stops on Chuo Line from Tokyo Station). Just off a busy road with Tokyo Dome amusement centre very close, but hotel is remarkably quiet. Friendly and helpful staff with adequate English. Extensive options for Japanese breakfast, British options limited to fried eggs, salad, toast and jam. Rooms a little small but functional and comfortable. No regrets about staying here.
Absolutely disappointing service ever.”
I was exhausted when I arrived looking forward to warm & friendly service. But in fact, this hotel staff were really cold-hearted. When I ask their help, they just say "No. Cannot.". No flexibility or whatsoever. Hotel price is quite pricy for what it is. Unless you really have to stay right next to Tokyo Dome, I will recommend you to find another hotel.
I made a reservation for twin rooms for 2 people without realising that the maximum occupancy was only 1 per room and i needed 2 rooms for 4 people. It was not a pleasant experience as i arrived at almost 12 midnight and was informed that i had to pay extra for the additional people. The manager in charge spoke little english and insisted to speak to my brother who speaks japanese despite me asking if we could wait till the next morning. my family was tired and i had an event to attend to the next day in the morning. While I understand that i had made a reservation meant for only 2 people, shouldn't the hotel not sell their rooms for only 1 when it is a twin room with 2 beds? It can be so misleading. Besides, I've booked the room for 3 nights, i cannot run away. If i had to pay because of a mistake, i will. But i believe the hotel could be more understanding that it was past midnight and their guests were tired.
Room is very small”
Room is very small, bathroom is a bit old, not many eating shop around
Room is clean and ok. Location is close to subway station but if you have big heavy luggage you must walk pretty far. A lot of restaurant around.
Very near Tokyo Dome”
If you plan to spend a day around Tokyo Dome, stay here. Good service and comfortable room.