The Hotel is very nice and the staff was very helpful. The breakfast buffet was very nice but very expensive. I wish I knew to include the breakfast in the price of the room. The location is right by the JR Line just a short walk. I would recommend The Hotel Niwa to my friends and family.
Traveller from Atlanta
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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
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1 Hour train ride from Narita International Airport to IIdabashi Station after a couple of transfers. Staff were very pleasant at check-in, which was quite fast. Booked a "Family Room" and was very pleased with the room. The room size was quite ample for 3 adults. The separate toilet and sink was very appreciated. There were many free amenities, to include good quality shampoo, conditioner and body wash; and the usual offerings, to include headbands, which was a welcome surprise. Hotel buffet restaurant was great, with a good selection of Japanese and western breakfast items. The convenience store on the 1st floor was also great. Right outside of the rear entrance is a building with a Starbucks, 7-11, drug store and some really very good restaurants. The udon noodle place was excellent! The Tokyo Dome is literally 2 blocks behind the hotel, a nice short walk. There were great restaurants on the main street, a block over from the hotel. It was a great stay and we would definitely stay here on our next trip to Japan.
We stayed at this hotel for our stay for six days. It's central to the trains so easy accessible to anywhere you need to go while in Tokuo. Staff is attentive and friendly, and rooms are so clean. Although small, definitely worth the price. They also have coin laundry on site so you can pack light!
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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