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The hotel is situated in close proximity to the Hibiya Station where we can connect to several lines such as the Shinjuku and Mita from which we further travel to Hakone for a two-day trip after the stay. We enjoy the dinner at the Nadaman which is one of the best Japanese restaurants we have visited ...
Enjoyed our stay at The Gate Hotel which was across the road from Asakusa station which easily got us into Tokyo and the wonderful Senso-Ji temple. Staff were helpful and the room although small was modern and well fitted out. Shower was especially good. Amazing views from the foyer and restaurant ...
The hotel was very welcoming and accomodating to our needs. The room was a tad small for two people, with just enough room to move. It was very clean and we'll kept.
Easy to access because this hotel is near by Ueno Station. And you can enjoy with a near by shopping street as Ameyoko Market. If you come in Sakura Season, Ueno Garden is very close.
Ueno First City Hotel£54Ueno First City Hotel£54
One night only. Lovely staff. Quiet position. Good value tariff for it's position.
The hotel is a simple place and easy to get to from Sugamo Station (JR), along with the subway/metro that also runs there. It is close to another JR station Otsukaekimae Station should you need it... 700m away. For the price and location it is quite a good buy.
Close to shopping streets、Lawson、Metro、cafe……centre of Ueno. Lobby smaIl with many baggages, onIy one smaII lift, staff friendIy, aircon control good.
This is a nice and reasonable hotel close to Hongo sanchomevstation. Everything is in close proximity. The room was clean with all basic stuffs. Hotel staffs were friendly. It also has a nice restaurant. University of Tokyo is just 7 min walk. Highly recommended for short stay.
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