Very good 7.3
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based on 35 reviews
  • Cleanliness 7.6
  • Facilities 5.0
  • Location 7.2
  • Room comfort and quality 7.8
  • Service 7.3
  • Value for money 7.7
  • Food and dining 6.4
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Garth from Australia
Business travelers
Semi Double
Stayed one night in April 2013
A bit out of the way, but big room!
This hotel is a bit off the normal track, so a little harder to find, but the rooms are huge by Tokyo standards.
Reviewed May 31, 2013
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christophe from France
Solo travelers
Single
Stayed one night in February 2013
Convenient and clean hotel!
Easy to found, central
As usual easy booking and great hotel! Easy to found , great location , clean and calm.Very near restaurant and convenient store. 5mn walk train station , 20mn taxi Tokyo station. Thanks ..
Reviewed March 11, 2013
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james from United Kingdom
Business travelers
Single
Stayed one night in December 2012
Good value, no frills, comfy bed
Price, location
No frills, and not a lot of room to move, BUT no-where in Tokyo has any room to move unless you're paying silly money, so for a quick overnight you could do a lot worse. Pleasant, English-speaking front desk staff. Bed was very comfy. Walking distance (if you like a brisk 15m walk) from Ebisu station on the Yamanote line.
Reviewed December 17, 2012
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Dieter from Australia
Couples
Semi Double
Stayed 3 nights in December 2011
Good value for expensive part of Tokyo
Stove and microwave, cheap. LAN in room.
This is more of a short term apartment rental than a hotel. Room was small with the semi bed in, struggled to place 2 suitcases without them always getting in the way. Room is a little bit dated inside. No lift which is a pain when you've got heavy bags. Decent walk from nearest JR station. Not the easiest place to find, down a small side street and sign out front says "Weekly Mansion Tokyo". Fire station just down street, they like putting their sirens on in the middle of the night. But despite all that, the place was overall quiet and comfortable enough and we had a good stay.
Reviewed January 03, 2012
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Hikaru from Japan
Solo travelers
Single
Stayed 8 nights in November 2011
Good for Japanese style bath lover.
Big Bath, called "Osento" in Japanese was awesome!
I stayed here from Oct 19th 2011 until Oct 29th, 2011 with my husband too. We booked a double, but it was actually semi-double. The room was equiped 1 microwave, 1 cooking range, therefore, I think it is good for the couple or solo traveler to look for a self-catering, budget hotel. It is simple, but enough for sightseeing. This hotel's feature is "Aqua Garde Mitsukoshi Yu(a big japanese style public bath, called "Osento")" is loceted across the street. It is equiped with Sauna, too. Osento is not facility of hotel, but only less than one minute, you can enjoy your lovely bath time. It takes about 10 minutes to the closest station by walk, but convenience stores are near the hotel, also it is located in center of south Tokyo area(Minato ward, one of the most expensive area in Tokyo, close to Roppongi, Hiroo, Ebisu, Juban, Shibuya or so on), so easy to access popular places, for that area, the price is very reasonable. As I mentioned above, "Osento" is able to erase any bad points, such as staffs don't speak English, and a small and old room.
Reviewed December 15, 2011
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Scott from United States
Solo travelers
Single
Stayed 4 nights in October 2011
Good value, no services
Cheap
No wifi - contrary to above. The room had a bit of a musty smell, but value for money - all there. No services, but low cost.
Reviewed November 08, 2011
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Aswin from Indonesia
Business travelers
Single
Stayed 8 nights in October 2011
Good place, feels like college days
good, clean room. close to convenience stores
Good place to stay for budget holiday. Room is clean and the size just nice. Room has a microwave, hot plate, cooking pan, tv and fee lan internet. Close to convenience store and have Japanese bath house just next door. So you can experience a true Japanese culture. The only problem is it's quite far from nearest train station (Shirokane takanawa) around 10 minutes walk. And there's no lift so if you stay in 4th floor like me, you need to walk up the stairs. it's alrite though a bit of exercise
Reviewed November 03, 2011
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Soren from United States
Solo travelers
Semi Double
Stayed 2 nights in February 2010
small apartment
privacy, location
room size, appearance
The apartment is very small, and nothing extra is added. Still, there is wireless internet and it is located near to an area with lots of small restaurants. The staff was nice, but it really isn't a hotel. Its more like an apartment building with a small management. There is also a laundry facility. Overall, I would stay again.
Reviewed February 22, 2010
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ELIE from France
Business travelers
Single
Stayed 2 nights in June 2013
Calme
Laverie à l'interieur, Pas cher, Propre
Il faut considérer cette hotel comme un appartement. Le receptionniste ne parle pas bien Anglais et la chambre et plutot petite. L'avantage est donc dans le prix et l'emplacement car il se trouve par tres loins du quartier de Roppongi et il y a 2 lignes de metro à 10 minutes a pied de l'hotel
Reviewed July 05, 2013
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Tristan from France
Groups
Single
Stayed 7 nights in February 2011
Appartement interessant pour les petits budgets
Le faite que ca ressemble plus a un univers de residence que un hotel
Le prix est la premiere chose qui ma seduite. Habitue a aller a tokyo regulierement il est vrai que pour loger dans le centre cela revient normalement assez chere. De plus cette hotel/appartement est situe a cote de pas mal de commerce et de bon nombre de restaurants. Il est bien situe a 10 min a pied de la gare de Hiro-o (1 station de Ebisu) et deservie par quelques lignes de bus pour shibuya, ebisu ou encore roppongi.
Reviewed March 05, 2011
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