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- Address: 1 Chome-14-8 Ueno, Taitō-ku, Tōkyō-to 110-0005, Japan, Taito
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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The receptionist stood by the front desk watching us struggle up the steps in the rain with our luggages when we first arrived. The facilities were old and not well maintained. The kettle was dirty and rusty. Asked for a replacement and was not even given. The toilet was extremely smelly (possibly due to the shower curtain). Everytime we flushed the toilet bowl, felt that the whole building was going to collapse due to the violent nature. The whole room and toilet were very dusty. Those with asthma or with history of asthma or sensitive nose, please do not choose this hotel. You will end up having wheezing cough and runny nose for your whole stay.
Was raining heavily upon my arrival. Opened the main door with 2 huge luggages after lifting them up the stairs. Both staff just looked upon from the reception desk and didn't offer to help. Strange system of depositing hotel room key at reception and only providing room number to retrieve the key. Meaning anybody could ask for the keys? Room is extremely old and dusty. Toilet sounds as if it's about to explode whenever we flush it. Bathroom has a really weird smell. Water kettle has mold in it when I was about to boil water for a late night supper. I know expectations should not be high for the price but these are the basics of a hotel business that should be kept in place. Will not come back again.
Rooms are extremely smelly and old. Room hygiene is the worse ever i have encountered in japan (i have stayed in more than 50 hotels in japan). Should definitely avoid this hotel
The toilet was smelly the whole time we were there even after room service. Room and amenities were dusty and rusty. Staff were unfriendly and not helpful. Receptionist stood in the lobby watching us struggle up the steps in the rain without offering any help or asking if we were okay. Would not go back there ever again.
Pretty good deal for Tokyo hotel. The bed was smaller than I thought and the washroom led out a slighty weird odor....but we got over it, didn't disturb our sleep. Alright location, of course the big touristy things we wanted to do were mostly in Shinjuku, so we wouldnt chose another hotel closer to that area. The staff were friendly for the most part, BUT definitely noticeably different from hotel/hostel service from Osaka and Hotel, not as good as there. The fact that you can just say what room you are in and they give you the key without asking for a code of piece of ID is a little off. Isn't this a security issue? Couldn't any say my room and upstairs then? Or is that just me?