APA Hotel Mita-Ekimae3.0 out of 5.0
APA Hotel Mita-Ekimae3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My cousin stayed here while visiting me, lots of awesome places to eat nearby And the Yamanote line at Tamachi station is helpful for getting around. One thing to note is that the rooms are small but it is a budgetish place and really, you’re never there anyway.
Small rooms but otherwise comfy amenities and facilities. Stayed with family. Very close to train connections to Haneda as well as main Yamanote line stations. Lots of restaurants walking distance to the hotel as well as convenience stores and supermarkets. Recommended.
Imagine a modern Japanese Businessman hotel 100 meters from mita ststion, clean, rooms the size of a closet, no closet for your clothes or suitcase; in other words, not for tourists. Imagine a pencil thin 14 story hotel, twelve rooms per floor, with an atrium in the center open to the sky. Never saw a place where it rains inside. One can overlook all this but for a fatal design flaw - one slow, slow elevator serving all floors. Remember, 14 floors, 12 rooms per floor, do the math. In the morning plan a 5-10 minute wait to get to or from the lobby. Couldn't use the stairs as I couldn't find any. The lobby is tiny, no place to meet or sit and always crowded. Otherwise, reasonably priced. This is an interesting hotel chain of you are staying for more than 2 nights, recommend the Mystay chain.pay a bit more but a better experience. After dozens of trips to Japan, I get a feel for what hotels are good for business trips or for tourism. One thing I am always impressed is the BBC bathrooms, while small, have a better level than in Europe, China or US.
The hotel is only for you to rest and no other things to do. There is no special entertainment nor adequate sofas for you to seat. A very compact and has very small bedroom for 2. You have to put your luggage between the beds. Bathroom is moderate size for 1 person. The location is good for you if you work near the harbor of Tokyo. Near there? NOTHING because it is an office district with lots of descent restaurants. It is kind of noisy when you open the window even at night. The neighbor still working by slamming and throwing the materials. Not only that, the hotel is facing the road which so many trailers and trucks passing by in front of the hotel because they are heading to the city harbor. If you close the window, the aircon will not work well because they set as warm due to weather that I went to: SPRING. Hotel price also not cheap.
We stayed here for 3 nights and the room was satisfactory. The room was very small, the whole hotel seems compact Including the reception. However, It was clean and modern as I believe the hotel only opened this summer of 2017. Its all standard really, Ice machine and self laundry facility. I must note that the "3D Mesh" pillows are dreadfully uncomfortable, I would ask for a better substitute If I was back there again. The location Is superb, Its literally a stones throw from Kappabashi, an Interesting area that sells all manner of crockery and utensils. Also within walking distance Is Asakusa and a large Don Quiote which Is open 24 hours. Ueno Is also a short metro ride away.
Hotel is located in good area but room size is very small and no amenities exists. Further breakfast is not buffet but fixed Japanese menu which may not work for vegeterians. So I have to cancel my booking and shift to better options. Good thing is there is no cancellation charges.
Unbelievable, my worst 3 nights staying in the hotel in life. I couldn’t sleep at all!! The air conditioning unit didn’t work individually. After the 1st night, I asked the front desk why I couldn’t change the temperature setting for my a/c, I told them that it was too hot n I couldn’t sleep. I asked them to check it out and if it’s broken or not. They said that the air conditioning is central air, can’t be controlled from the room!! WTF!! How in the world they think everyone can have the same feeling??? Not to mention the bed was uncomfortable too. The bed was sliding to the middle, and on the middle part, you even could feel their spring. Now, this hotel so far the dirtiest Japanese hotel I’ve ever been to. I even scrub the sink’s hole because it was black, I was afraid to vomit when I see it during brushing my teeth. Around the bathtub also wasn’t scrub properly. The carpet wasn’t vacuumed properly either, I saw thrash (a pill), I believed it was from the previous person who stayed here. The pillow was so flat too!! It was so miserable 3 nights, plus it was a business trip when you have to be fit the next day! I’ll never stay at Apa hotel anymore!!
Tiny rooms, clean but restroom smells like mildew. The pillows provided are really flat, but the upside of this hotel is their ac, we blasted it. Short walk to train stations/ subway. Also very quiet area.
I was very pleased with my stay at this hotel. They provided more amenities in the room than I am used to at this price point (a fridge, a kettle, a razor, slippers...to name a few). Everything was clean and comfortable. The room was quiet. The bed and pillows were comfortable. The location was excellent - a super quick walk to the train (JR- Tamachi) and the subway (Mita Station on the Asakusa and Mita Lines). I was able to get to the main tourists spots in less than 30 minutes from here. The area felt very local, I didn't see any other tourists or find any menus with any English or Roman letters - LOL. But, I felt that was part of the charm. :)
Recently stayed at the APA Mita Ekimae. This is a typical Japanese business hotel with compact (for that read small) rooms where everything just about works. The room was clean and the bathroom tiny but very functional. A desk was included so working not a problem. The hotel was not so flexible about check-in and check out times, charging for both early check in and late check out (a first in my experience). The staff we courteous and efficient helping where necessary. The location is good very close to Mita Metro Station and Tamachi Rail station so easy to get everywhere. Highly likely I will stay there again. The costs were ok given the high cost of hotels in Tokyo.
- Walking distance to Shiba Park and Keio University
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Laundry facilities
Located in Minato within a mile (2 km) of Tokyo Tower, APA Hotel Mita-Ekimae is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Tokyo Imperial Palace. The 155 rooms at this 3-star hotel include refrigerators, coffee makers, and LCD TVs.
For your convenience, a cooked-to-order breakfast is available for a fee. This hotel has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.
An LCD TV comes with pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Stretch out in the soaking tub. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, a coffee maker, and free newspapers. Limited housekeeping is available.
APA Hotel Mita-Ekimae features free WiFi in public areas, microwave in a common area, and free newspapers. Self parking is offered for JPY 3000 per night. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a vending machine.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
63.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 110 reviews