Overview of Apa Hotel Higashi Nihonbashi
As you traverse the city of Tokyo, you'll stumble upon Apa Hotel Higashi Nihonbashi. Missed by most of the visitors, Apa Hotel Higashi Nihonbashi is unique in its own way.
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Location was great.. literally 15 steps away from the Higashi-Nihombashi line (Toei Subway). Room was very clean and cozy. Our suite was a bit small so it was hard to have two pieces of luggage in the room but it was manageable. The room comes with great little toiletries (disposable brush, toothbrush, cotton swabs, razors with shaving cream). Also laying on the bed were two robes and a cute folded paper crane to welcome us. Reception was also very friendly. I would not hesitate to stay here again.
Small places, nice, clean and excellent service as everything in Japan.
Well priced, excellent location. very clean, well maintained and up to date.
We stayed in this hotel for 3 nights during our first week in Japan. Location: Can't get any better. It's right outside the entrance/exit metro station Higashi-Nihombashi of Asakusa (A-line). You could also get here directly from Narita using Keisei electric railway line. No sweat. It's always easy to get around with metro right in front of your door, no matter where you are heading in Tokyo. Service: As smiling and as efficient as always in Tokyo. They did everything they could to help me during my stay in this hotel. On our check out day, I asked them for help to fill out Yamato service to ship my big suitcase to the next hotel in Tokyo, no sweat - they did it with smile and my suitcase magically appeared on our next hotel as well. One down rating is because they do not have "safe deposit" and couldn't guarantee for my camera safekeeping. Of course it's relatively safe to stay in Japanese hotel, theft cases are quite rare, but I still want to be sure 500%. Food: Hard to tell since our stay didn't include breakfast Room: As small as you would imagine a Japanese hotel room would. We had problem fitting my big suitcase in, but it's not as claustrophobic as most people would claim. If you're staying here with my friends, maybe the cramped quarter could be awkward but no problem for couple, but then again they have best hotel rate compared to others so I can't really complain All in all: I'd stay here again if I have to. After all, with the subway entrance right outside, it's very convenient for me, not to mention it's relatively cheaper compared to our last hotel in Tokyo.