Tokyustay Nihombashi

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Tokyustay Nihombashi is located in Chuo in Japan.

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  • Excellent hotel, clean room with washer dryer, and fairly large. Decent distance from various train stations. Only downside is that the front desk has no concierge service.

  • Ok hotel. Functional rooms, clean and with an attentive service. The washing machine is a plus. Yet our room was very small without any storage space. As we stayed or 5 days, it was hard for two to manage. Also, when we asked for a 3 h early check in they wanted to charge us $60! Of course we said no Way Jose. It felt like it was a by the hour hotel.

  • Ok location, but room is small and beds are way too small. We had a B type room, which had only a 120 cm bed. Paid to upgrade to a 140 cm bed. Which is still too small, but workable. Go to the Tokyu Stay in Yotsuya instead. Better value.

  • The hotel itself is located in a good location and has a staff that speaks a decent level of English to help foreign tourists to get familiar with the property and surrounding locations. Primarily a business hotel, there are rooms with washers and driers, but in our booking (through a 3rd party site) it wasn't clear which rooms had them. We ended up without, although the staff does have the location of a laundromat within about 15 minutes walking distance among other amenities and they can direct you to. However, like many things in Japan, this convenient location also means very close proximity to high travel areas so you will have to put up with some noise pollution. We didn't notice the pedestrians or regular traffic but a Tokyo Fire Station is very close and we did hear sirens for the trucks and ambulances at least once every morning and night. The hotel itself is about 5 minutes walk from 2 Family Marts, a Lawson's and a Mini Stop, so you should have your choice of convenience shops for daily sundries and pulling money out of an ATM for tourists. It's also located about 10 minutes walking from the JR Kanda Station (1 stop away from Tokyo Station), making it a convenient location if you're relying on the JR Rail Pass for your travel in and around the city. There are also a few Tokyo Metro stops within the same distance, so getting around the city is not an issue, no matter your chosen method of travel. The room we stayed in was slightly larger than a previous stay at an APA Hotel, but still had the same business hotel feel. With two people in the room it was small, but not unpleasantly so, and we mainly used it for sleeping and the daily needs, but who pays to go to Japan to sit in their hotel anyway? My one complaint about the room was the cleaning schedule, for a two week stay the room was cleaned once. This wasn't an issue when it came to general cleanliness or sundries as we weren't that dirty, making our own bed every morning was not an issue for us, and the various sundries you might need are located right by the elevators. What did become annoying was the trash. For tourists we knew to separate the combustibles and non combustibles as well as our PET bottles and aluminium cans, but after that we didn't know where to take them. It'd be nice to see an option to have your trash taken away more often, be able to leave it in the hallway for collection, or at least information on where to take it after sorting it yourself. The breakfast on offer can be had for about 300 yen a day if you reserve it at booking, or 500 yen a day if purchased after your arrival. It's well worth the price if you're looking for a convenient breakfast option, although we usually bought ours from a convenience store. It's on what seems to be a weekly rotation with different options every day, so you might see the same menu if you stay longer than a week. The breakfast is buffet style with multiple options so accommodating particular dietary needs/preferences shouldn't be an issue. Do be prepared for it to be busy at certain hours depending on how many people are staying in the hotel and taking advantage of the prepared food, however, as the only seating is what's available in the hotel lobby. Overall, the Tokyu Stay is a solid choice for a hotel without breaking your budget as long as you're willing to compromise on the available amenities on site. The staff is professional and friendly, greeting us every time we entered or left the property, and the hotel has gone out of its way to find the things a traveler would need in a convenient walking radius. I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again on a future trip.

  • Very comfortable, excellent service, nearby metro station a minute away. Overall a very good choice.

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