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APA Hotel Ginza-Kyobashi - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Ginza-Kyobashi

3-6-7 Kyobashi, Chuo-City, Tokyo - Map
"Small but perfectly formed"
Extremely convenient for Tokyo Main Station - nice decor very clean and newly furnished. Great little hotel - I will use again.
Traveller from Hong Kong
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi - Tokyo Hotels

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi

2-11-1 Kyobashi, Tokyo - Map
"Clean and close to Tokyo station."
Clean, quite and close to Tokyo Station. Some staff had good English language.
Traveller from Sydney Australia
APA Hotel Kanda-Eki-Higashi - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Kanda-Eki-Higashi

2-1-1 Iwamoto-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
"great hotel location. was a great base for getting"
good end location to a business trip, was a good base to get out and see plenty of Tokyo.
Traveller from Auckland, New Zealand
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Kayabacho - Tokyo Hotels

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Kayabacho

1-3-10 Kayabacho Nihombashi Chuo-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Central location, clean, pleasant"
This hotel was exactly what I wanted - clean and comfortable, with easy access to the Tokyo subway system.
A Traveller
Hotel Nihonbashi Saibo - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Nihonbashi Saibo

3-3-16 Nihonbashi Ningyo-cho, Tokyo - Map
"Clean & compact, decent location, reasonable price"
We stayed in a 2 bed room, with a window overlooking the street. It was definitely tight for 2 larger Canadians and our suitcases, Although I think this room size is pretty much standard for mid-range Tokyo hotels like this. Aside from the tight quarters, everything is efficiently organized and arranged to the max. As a foreigner, one of the most important things for me was the free and fast wi-fi in the room that worked the entire duration of the 4 day stay, An underrated but essential part of every hotel stay on foreign soil for me. The Mattresses were pretty stiff by our standards, but being wiped out from jet lag and then being out doing stuff everyday we still managed to sleep just fine each night. The Air Conditioning was an adventure as the remote is entirely in Japanese, we usually just pressed random buttons until cold air blasted the room. The small washroom is textbook Japanese efficiency, Excellent shower pressure (another underrated factor of every hotel stay!) even a patch of mirror was fog free. And of course the Japanese toilet with all the bells and whistles if you dare to try them. The room also had a mini-fridge, coffee maker, massage pillow and Television which we didn't make much use of. The staff was exceptionally friendly and all desk staff we encountered spoke at least basic English. In the lobby they provided complimentary baskets of various toiletries you might need, and some things you don't need or at least have no idea what they are! Also prov
Traveller from Vancouver, Canada
APA Hotel Kodenmacho-Ekimae - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Kodenmacho-Ekimae

14-20, Nihonbashiodenmacho, Tokyo - Map
"Good First Stop Tokyo Hotel"
Staff was friendly and there was usually at least one person there who could speak English decently. Room was quiet and clean but was definitely on the small side (typical for Japan). Good breakfast. Not a great price but not too expensive either.
Traveller from Seattle
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Ningyocho - Tokyo Hotels

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Ningyocho

1-15-4 Nihonbashi Kakigaracho Chuo-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Nice hotel in a relatively quiet Tokyo area"
The check in was fast, and kind. Everything was prearranged. The room clean and quiet. Nice toiletry. The neighbourhood is relatively quiet and there are some places to eat fast food and also local food. The bed was nice, I recommend this place because is clean, well located and not expensive. Close to Ueno and Shinjuku.
Traveller from Japan
Smile Hotel Nihombashi-Mitsukoshimae - Tokyo Hotels

Smile Hotel Nihombashi-Mitsukoshimae

1-4-14 Nihonbashi Honcho, Tokyo - Map
"Nice simple accommodation for 1 night"
Enjoyed our 1 night stay here. Met my expectations which weren't high. The double room (upgraded from a semi-double) was roomier than I expected. To find the hotel on Google Maps, I loaded the address instead of the name of the hotel. If you use the name, the wrong location comes up. 10-15 minute walk from Tokyo station. There's also free WiFi at Tokyo station.
Traveller from Calgary, AB, Canada
APA Hotel Nihonbashi-Hamachoeki - Minami - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Nihonbashi-Hamachoeki - Minami

3-43-8, Nihonbashi Hama-cho, Tokyo - Map
"walk from station."
Chech in was ok. I arrived at 1 pm and staff at the desk told me check in is 3 pm. I went to eat lunch and browse around Ningyocho and back in 2:30 pm. I asked other staff at the desk if I can check in early and she said no problem. The room is very small have no closets. This hotel is located along the Sumida riverside as well as city highway, my room can on only see highway and parking lot. I thought it was a walk from Hamacho station and pulling a large luggage was a challenge.
A Traveller
Hotel Villa Fontaine Otemachi - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Villa Fontaine Otemachi

1-8-8 Uchi Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Good hotel. Nice facilities and nice staff."
The hotel is in the financial district so busy during weekdays but a bit quieter at weekend and evenings but there are still a good few bars and restaurants nearby. Tokyo district is five to ten min walk and the tube station for otamatchi is a couple of minutes walk so very handy to explore. Whilst the hotel is away from the 'tourist' spots it is central so is in easy distance from most places of interest. It's also very safe around the area so walking is not a problem. I'd happily stay here again.
Traveller from manchester england

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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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