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APA Hotel Ginza-Kyobashi - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Ginza-Kyobashi

3-6-7 Kyobashi, Chuo-City, Tokyo - Map
"Convenient place for its location"
The location of the hotel was very good close to Tokyo station and subway, close the Ginza street and other restaurants.I only stayed 2 nights and the staff was ok. There were no instructions in englisg how to operate the TV or telephone in the room so I had to go down personally to the reception.
Traveller from OR
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi - Tokyo Hotels

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi

2-11-1 Kyobashi, Tokyo - Map
"Typical Japanese Business Hotel"
Your typical Japanese Business hotel chain (feels like an Ibis!) Location is great - walkable to Tokyo Train Station and stone throw away from 2 subway lines. Room was small (hard to find something big in Japan anyway) but fully functional! Love the bath salts they gave at the lobby.
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APA Hotel Higashi-Nihombashi-Ekimae - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Higashi-Nihombashi-Ekimae

3-12-14, Higashinihonbashi, Chuo, Tokyo - Map
Amenities were top notch...The space of the room is just right and love the comfortable bed.
A Traveller
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Ningyocho - Tokyo Hotels

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Ningyocho

1-15-4 Nihonbashi Kakigaracho Chuo-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Convenient and comfortable stay at this hotel."
Breakfast was delicious and filling. Amenities were provided and there is bath soak powder that is free to take in the lobby which was a treat for soaking in the tub after walking around the whole day. Bed was very comfortable which made for a good night's rest. AC was cool and can be adjusted accordingly. Wifi was fast. The rooms were quite small so this is more ideal for couples or if travelling solo. However, it was very clean and I had a very comfortable stay in all.
Traveller from Toronto
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Kayabacho - Tokyo Hotels

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Kayabacho

1-3-10 Kayabacho Nihombashi Chuo-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Good location, overall good experience"
Good, convenient location. Room is clean with free amenities such as bath salt to use. The only area for improvement is the smoke smell in the Hotel Lobby where breakfast is served, as the ventilation is not so good, non-smoking area also gets the 2nd hand smoke. If non-smoker, will not recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Spore
Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Hatchobori - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Hatchobori

3-3-3 Kayaba-Cho Nihom-Bashi, Tokyo - Map
"Nice hotel near Tokyo station."
Breakfast is amazing . always a good start to the day. Room size is typical for Tokyo area for the price. 12-15 minute walk to Tokyo station and 8 minute walk to hatchobori station. Staff were very friendly and even offered an extension cable when we requested for one use in the room. You get complimentary bottled water every day which is great. There are convenience stores close by.
Traveller from vancouver
Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Kayabacho - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Kayabacho

1-8-2 Shinkawa Chuo-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Stayed here before moving back to US"
Stayed here for 2 weeks on the way home from an extended work-related stay in China. Hotel and rooms are spotless. Bath is a good size (for Japan) and features all amenities including bidet toilet. Rooms are functional, but, let's face it, they are small. Bed is a standard double, very comfortable. My husband and I could manage because we're both short and slender; folks taller than average or anyone with a medium build or larger will probably find this small space tough going. Breakfast consists of bread/croissants/Danish, fried sausage/meatballs, chopped salad, scrambled eggs, chowder/broth, and coffee and juices. It's nourishing, but boring. Fellow guests are Japanese business travelers, and European/American young parents with baby/Millennial couples/Baby Boomer couples.
Traveller from Chicago
APA Hotel Ningyocho-Eki-Kita - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Ningyocho-Eki-Kita

2-9-4Nihombashihoridome-cho, Tokyo - Map
I feel very happy. I really enjoy. I am pleased of their service. Bathroom is very nit and clean. I enjoy movie on TV.
Traveller from Hiroshima
Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Otemachi - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Otemachi

1-8-8 Uchi Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
"A Culture Shock"
This was our first hotel in Japan and the size of the room came as a shock as it was so small. However, on the bright side the bathroom had a great assortment of toiletries and the bed was comfortable for a medium size person. The room did not have much storage place but we could see Tokyo's Skytree from our window. There is no lobby and the breakfast is very basic but good. The place is perfectly adequate if you are only staying for one night. We had booked for four nights and I have to confess that had we been able to cancel the booking without incurring a penalty then we would have moved to another hotel. To be fair to the hotel, it is not a destination for people on holiday as it is designed for business people staying for one night and bearing that in mind it is good value for money. as it well situated with good access to the two different metro lines.
Traveller from Oxford
APA Hotel Kodenmacho-Ekimae - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Kodenmacho-Ekimae

14-20, Nihonbashiodenmacho, Tokyo - Map
"Nice hotel close to JR / Metro"
It is my first time visiting Tokyo and thus, I needed to find a hotel near the JR or Metro station. That is really great that APA Hotel is quite convenient that it is located in the central of Tokyo, with few stops to Ginza, Tsukiji Market by Metro. Highly recommended if you do not require high quality of hotel.
Traveller from Hong Kong

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    Just north of Ginza, this financial area was named after its bridge, which has been the mile-zero marker for Japan’s national highway network throughout the centuries. Once home to Japan’s first department store, the neighborhood’s more recent contribution to the retail market is a five-story center devoted to shops, cafes, restaurants, and a supermarket.

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