overall we enjoyed our stay in Tokyo at Mystays Ochanomizu! the location is very convenient with different subway and train station lines. the room and washroom was small but very clean. the staff are also very nice and helped us a lot with making reservations to restaurant as we do not speak any Japanese. I would recommend this hotel and will come back if we are in Tokyo again! Hope to see you soon. Thank you for making our experience with Tokyo very nice!
This hotel was AMAZING! The room was small but comfortable with plenty of nooks and crannies to store our stuff. The amenties were great--robes and slippers in the room. Toothbrushes and paste were also included along with BIG bottles of body wash, shampoo, and conditioner--none of those rinky-dink ones that cover one wash. Down stairs also had a chest full of free amenties like hairbrushes, razors, lotion, q-tips, shaving cream, etc. There were free washers and dryers for guests and detergent was only $1.00. Additionally, there is a conviniece store attached to the hotel so you can get your late night snacks and morning coffee quick and cheap. The front desk has a number of guides, maps, and brochures in English as well as Japanese so you can find out what is around. What I recommend most about this hotel in particular is the AREA. Asakusabashi is VERY CLEAN and SAFE. There are a ton of resturants and shopping but still nice and quiet. The subway is 3 blocks away and this location is only 3-4 stops from major districts like Akihabara or Ueno. We loved being so close to these major attractions but yet away from the hustle and bustle of these attractions.
The hotel was very clean and the location was perfect. The train station was almost in the same building. But you can't hear anything in your room. The rooms are small but typical of Japan. Shopping is half a block away. Dining is across the street. Centrally located and everything is walking distance. I will stay here again.
remm AKIHABARA opened in April 2008 in Akihabara as the second hotel of remm chain.Akihabarathe world-famous electronics town …More
We got the semi double room. Small (tiny actually) but we expected it and t was very cleverly laid out and the entire hotel was clean throughout.
There are no frills at all in this hotel which leads to simple check in and check out and is a great hub to explore Tokyo (being right opposite akihabara station)
Traveller from london
Washington Hotels is one of the most famous hotel chain in Japan. Akihabara Washington Hotel was opened as their sixth hotel …More
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.
Tokyo hotels are small...as is the one at APA....but how much time do you intend on spending in your room? That being said...this small room was super efficient and gave us everything we needed. The double (more like a queen) was VERY comfortable and the room was cleaned daily with items like toothbrushes, hair brush, q-tips, toothpaste, body sponges, shampoo, conditioner and body soap replenished every single day.
The hotel staff new enough English to help if I needed it. Lastly, they have a washer and dryers, microwave, ironing board/iron, ice machine etc. on different floors throughout the hotel. It was very close to the train station that took you directly to the monorail and then to the airport. Several restaurants and a 711 are also nearby. Akihabara is known for big tech shopping...but you can also find artisan shopping near under the train tracks near the train station. Would I stay there again....ABSOLUTELY!
It has a mom and pops feel to it so don't expect to have a full service concierge. However the staff is friendly and helpful. They helped me call my previous hotel to ask if I had left my shoes. The actually building looks run down but the rooms are kept clean. There is only one small washer and dryer so be aware. The lift is quite small so don't expect to fit big bags and many people in one try. The location was great as it was close to many points of interest and was surrounded by a small shopping area and food stands/locations were easy to find. Had very good and affordable sushi in that neighborhood.
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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