Hotel is located within a 10 minute walking distance of the big crossing in Shibuya. Hotel staff was excellent and were able to point is in the right direction if we had any questions about the city. The double-bed room we had was nice, beds weren't super hard like most of the other Japanese hotels I've stayed at. Spotless bathroom and sleeping area when we checked in. Only downside to the 2-bed room is the shower and toilet area is all glass with , so there's hardly any privacy. Other than that, it was a great stay! I will be recommending this hotel to friends looking to travel to Tokyo.
It was a great hotel. Everything was clean and new, Staff were very helpful and happy. Its close to the shops, train station and food. Getting to the hotel from the airport is easy, the airport limousine bus service drops you off 30 meters away.
I stayed at the Dormy Inn for an extended weekend followed by a business week. I loved the location and facilities of the hotel.
It takes 10 minutes to walk to the busiest areas of Shibuya and yet the hotel is tucked in a small, quiet alleyway.
Breakfast was delicious, rooms were perfectly well organized - loved the idea that you could swap pillows at the pillow library and find your match for a perfect night.
"Nice foreigner-oriented hotel in a quiet district"
I found the hotel through recommendations from a friend, who point out one very big advantage over the usual business hotel chains in Japan (Toyoko Inn, Super Hotel, etc.): a washing machine/dryer in your own room. That sure is appealing.
The hotel located a bit far away from Shibuya proper (on the edge of Dogenzaka district), though it is only 10 minutes walk from the station. Along the way, you can find all sorts of restaurants, bars, convenient stores, even adult entertainment, catering to most of what you might need. It is on a quiet, well lit business district street, away from most of the hustle and bustle. There is a 24 hour supermarket (Maruetsu, open even on New Year's Day!) right across the street, which is very convenient for getting fresh fruit (usually a hassle in Japan).
Rooms are well furnished and reasonably spacious for Tokyo. Along with the washer, there's an induction stove with frying pan, kitchen knife and utensils. You can probably cook your meals in the room without ever bothering anyone else.
Service is very good, front staff are friendly and helpful. Their command of English varies, but basic communication are no problem. You can get amenities like razor, shower cap, cotton swabs and the like at the front desk. For ladies, the hotel provide an amenities pack with Shiseido skin care products. There's a coffee machine at the lobby all the time. They even gave you a free pouch of washing detergent at check in!
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Excellent location. Close to shibuya station and square -1km. Walking distance to everything. Convenient store next door. All main train stations can be accessed from shibuya station in the Jr yamamonte line. 2 min to haruka st. 5 min to Shinjuku. 25 min to Tokyo station. Coin laundering about 1.3 k walk. Hotel offers a bottle of water each time u collect keys when u return to room. Always cleaned. Pjs and slippers in room. Older style accom but great!!!
A busy, youth-oriented shopping district, Shibuya is equally famous for the NHK studios, Olympic gymnasium, and “Hachiko”—the statue of a faithful dog. On weekends, its Harajuku area is abuzz with the meeting and mingling of Tokyo’s most fashionable teens. Neighboring Ebisu, a short subway ride from here, offers a pleasant, quiet alternative to Shibuya.
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