We stayed on this hotel for only one night! And in a two week in Japan, I believe this was the best bed we ever sleep on! The room is so futuristic and comfortable .. They even have a massage chair there waiting for you at your room!.. It was pretty comfy and next to the train station.
Traveller from guadalajara, Mexico
remm AKIHABARA opened in April 2008 in Akihabara as the second hotel of remm chain.Akihabarathe world-famous electronics town …More
Located within 5 minute walk from the station, this hotel is a good choice for JR Pass holders. The room was clean small, but it is to be expected in Japan. The service was great! We had to check out after 2 nights stay to head to Hakone for 2 days and we are able to store our luggage at the hotel during that duration. Of course it helps that we actually going back to the hotel to stay for another 3 nights, but still, this service allows us to pack small for our Hakone trip. Family mart is just across the building and there are lots of cafes and restaurants within walking distance!
Traveller from Singapore
Washington Hotels is one of the most famous hotel chain in Japan. Akihabara Washington Hotel was opened as their sixth hotel …More
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.
Good free coffee, iced tea, good value for breakfast and nice touch for the free ramen at night.
Great hot tub on the top floor, room is small but all amenities are provided.
Will definitely stay here again.
Two happy visitors from Canada :-) :-)
Traveller from Vancouver Canada
Located in a truly fascinating part of this bright and bustling city, the Dormy Inn Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan offers guests …More
Location: 15 minutes walk from the Keisei Ueno station (fastest transportation to/from Narita Airport). Primarily a residential area, extremely convenient location, 3 minutes walk to subway station which takes you to just about every where in Tokyo. 15 minutes walk to Akihabara. Inexpensive dining places, a 7-11 a convenient store/market and a great sushi take-out place within 2 blocks.
Room: extremely small, but very clean. The bed and pillows are VERY HARD and could be quite uncomfortable for a skinny person like me if sleep on the side (too much pressure on the bony parts of my body).
Bathroom: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand cream, hair brush, razor, q-tips and hair-dryer are provided.
Internet access: As of Mar 20 2015, WIFI is available in all rooms and the lobby.
Breakfast/Food: meat, salad, egg and various kinds of bread, plus coffee, milk and orange juice. Served in the front lobby (no restaurant). Vending machines (pop, canned coffee, beer etc) and a microwave available at the ground level.
Overall: love everything about the hotel, except the bed and the pillow, but all the other good things outweigh it so I am determine to stay here again the next time I'm in Tokyo.
A two minute walk from the subway (Asakusabashi Station) that will take you easily to most locations of Tokyo including direct to Haneda Airport in 45 minutes. A number of good and restaurants and "Seven Eleven" convince stores nearby.
Front desk staff are friendly and house keeping is efficient.
The hotel was better than many 4 star hotels that I have visited in other countries.
The hotel staff were very polite and professional
Hotel was easy to find.
Extra charges were explained clearly.
Excellent location, within walking distance to many stations and amenities in the vicinity.
Clean and well maintained rooms.
Good, but basic breakfast.
Room smaller than pictured
The B Ochanomizu Hotel, in Tokyo’s major subway and JR line area , boasts a convenient position to visit all city's historic …More
Shoppers looking for the newest technical gadgets, DVDs, and videogames flock to Akihabara, Tokyo’s glittering “Electric Town.” The bustling streets around Akihabara Station house thousands of computer and electronics shops, several multi-floor classic arcades, and a giant seven-floor anime store. The area is popular with anime fans that crowd the streets on weekends wearing colorful costumes.
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