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Hotel Niwa Tokyo - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Niwa Tokyo

1-1-16 Misaki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
Loved the hotel, staff, and location. The room was small, but beautifully appointed, spotlessly clean, and very comfortable. I'd stay again without thinking twice about it.
A Traveller
Combining chic urban sophistication with traditional Japanese hospitality the Niwa Hotel Tokyo opened its doors on May 18 …More
Hotel MyStays Ochanomizu Conference Center - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel MyStays Ochanomizu Conference Center

2-10-6, Kandaawajicho, Tokyo - Map
"Close to everything. "
The hotel is close walking distance to Akihabara and train station. We stayed in 3 other hotels in this trip and our room in this hotel was the smallest of all and less clean. The lobby and hallways were clean but our room looked dirty and felt dirty. The bedsheets/ pillows were dirty looking, smelly and saw a couple of short hair (like pubic hair). I wasn't happy with that at all (should have taken a picture). Also, this hotel did not provide 2 bottles of water in the fridge, all other places we stayed did. The good news is this hotel is close to everything which is convinient.
Traveller from Toronto Canada
Hotel Grand Palace - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Grand Palace

1-1-1, Iidabashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Large hotel of a good standard"
The Grand Palace is clearly set up for large tour groups and business travellers, but it appears to do both of these things well. While it may lack a little charm or spark of originality, it is well organised and has everything you need for a stay in Tokyo, comfortable good sized rooms, a choice of restaurants and close to Kudanshita subway station. The food options available in the nearby area are pretty limited, so we tried some of the hotel restaurants and bars, of which there is a range from a cafeteria style buffet to good quality Japanese restaurants.
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia
Hotel Metropolitan Edmont - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Metropolitan Edmont

3-10-8 Iidabashi, Tokyo - Map
Lovely hotel, lovely area. Average Tokyo hotel size room. Comfortable. Easily accessible. Newly redecorated. Good wifi.
A Traveller
APA Hotel Kanda-Jimbocho-Ekihigashi - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Kanda-Jimbocho-Ekihigashi

3-1-22 Kanda Ogawamachi, Tokyo - Map
Very nice place, small rooms for american standards, but well equipped, great breakfast!
A Traveller
Tokyo Garden Palace - Tokyo Hotels

Tokyo Garden Palace

1-7-5 Yushima Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo - Map
They offers me a wheelchair filing my stay at their hotel. That was nice,
Traveller from Tokyo, Japan
KKR Hotel Tokyo - Tokyo Hotels

KKR Hotel Tokyo

1-4-1 Otemachi, Tokyo - Map
"Excellent downtown hotel"
Very courteous staff in an exceptionally clean hotel. The rooms had all necessary amenities and then some (e.g., a sleeping gown, slippers, shaver, hair brush, clothes press, etc.)
Traveller from Davis, CA
Tokyu Stay Suidobashi - Tokyo Hotels

Tokyu Stay Suidobashi

1-1-12 Misaki-cho Chiyodaku, Tokyo - Map
"Great cheap Tokyo hotel!"
It was our first night in Tokyo, we stayed at this hotel which we booked in advanced and weren't disappointed. It is not fancy but it is the definition of convenience. The Tokyu Stay franchise has a washer/dryer in the hotel room, the bathroom is pretty good and the location is great. Suidobashi is pretty centrally located, and this hotel is only 1-2 km away from Tokyo Dome City Attractions. The room isn't that big, don't try to fit more than 2 people.
Traveller from Delaware
In a city which needs no formal introduction, the Tokyu Stay Suidobashi Hotel, Tokyo, Japan allows guests to immerse …More
Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita

2-4-4 Nishi Kanda Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Very compact"
This conveniently located hotel is a typical Japanese business hotel within a walking distance to several subway/train stations. Great for one person to have a good night sleep. Room is very compact (small) and even I (5'3 120lb) felt tight in the space. Bathroom is small but clean and has everything you need. Deep bath tub is very nice. Because the space is so small, TV is placed on the desk that is parallel to the bed, so it wasn't very comfortable to watch TV. Pajama and slippers are provided in the room as well as small refrigerator, hot water heater and a pants presser. I wasn't impressed with the buffet style complimentary breakfast that was consisted of bread, scrambled eggs (very runny), sausage-like patties (tasted strange and don't know what's in it), salad, orange juice and coffee. There is a space for improvement there. Hotel staff were very helpful and courteous.
Traveller from Seattle
Ochanomizu Hotel Shoryukan - Tokyo Hotels

Ochanomizu Hotel Shoryukan

3-24-9 Kanda Ogawamachi, Tokyo - Map
"great staff and atmosphere"
this is a small hotel in a chill part of town with a terrific, attentive staff. they serve a delicious japanese breakfast and were quick to offer options when the featured meal was something I couldn't eat. the rooms are small but not by Tokyo standards, and very well laid out, and well insulated from cross noise from other rooms. A really well-designed place. The common rooms have a jazz theme and there was always some interesting chill music playing at breakfast. The staff was just the best - when I thought I'd lost my credit card, I went up and searched my room - by the time I'd come back downstairs they'd already called the hotel in Nikko that I'd just stayed at to be sure I'd not left it there. Checked if I needed my room made up each day, or just an extra towel; booked my taxi to Tokyo Station with timing advice to be sure I made my bus: and also kept my bag for me while I was in Nikko for three days so that I could travel light with just a backpack. I highly recommend this hotel and would stay there again in a heartbeat.
Traveller from brooklyn

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    A neighborhood of universities and schools, this area shares the city’s Chiyoda Ward with Otemachi, which is the former site of Shibazaki, the most ancient part of Tokyo. It also offers easy access to the Imperial Palace, home of the emperor and imperial family, and East Gardens, which are open to the public.

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