Very attentive staff. Had box delivered f rr om friend but did not pick up because of mix up with friends in other room. . Staff checked again and found boxes were not picked up. Without attentive staff, boxes would never have been picked up.
Staff was excellent, friendly and helpful. The hotel's location is conveniently located less than than 5 mins walk from Shinagawa station. Lots of shops and restaurants nearby. We enjoyed our stay there and definately recommend thid hotel.
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We found this hotel to be all that we were hoping for. It was a three minute easy walk to nearby Shinagawa. The hotel had lovely gardens surrounding it and was extremely quiet and good for sleeping. Our room was very spacious especially by Japanese standards. Whilst the hotel isn't the most modern, it was very comfortable and it was immaculately clean.The staff were friendly and most spoke good English- at least enough for our needs. Free Wi-Fi in our room was great. The restaurants were expensive but there are plenty of dining options around Shinagawa station which we took advantage of. We loved staying there and would highly recommend it.
We were in a family suites on 24th floor. It was very clean, roomy with a nice city view. This hotel has lots of advantages. We can take the Tokyo monorail from the hotel lobby without going outside. Seven eleven is also directly connected with the hotel lobby. In my personal opinion, the only downside was the pillow. However, it is a subjective issue. I thought the pillow was uncomfortable, but my family liked it.
It's a small budget hotel. You get what you paid for. Rooms are very small and so is the bed especially for 2 people. There is no regular cleaning but they do supply ample towels for you stay. Good points are that it has a laundry room and that it's in a quiet neighbourhood while being 10-15 mins walk from Shinagawa main station.
Perfect location. Surrounded by convenient stores and restaurants. Close to train station. They don't clean the rooms (I don't like housekeeping touching my stuff) and they provide the extra amenities downstairs (laundry, trash area, bathroom products).
Historically the district where feudal lords lived during the Tokugawa Shogunate, this area is now home to many global businesses, including Sony headquarters. It also holds Sengaku-ji Temple, the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, and the city’s second-largest train station. West of the station is Takanawa, an upscale residential neighborhood.
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