Daiichi Hotel Seafort3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Location Not far from Tennozu subway. It’s in a business area so there is no crown around the hotel. The building has the front (main) building and the hotel one. There are many stores in the main building including with 7-eleven. So, don’t worries if you’re hungry at night. Room I got a non-smoking room on 23rd fl. with a nice view, not rainbow bridge and harbor view. “Please ask for a room that face to Rinkai line”, so you can find a nice view. I did not choose the Rainbow bridge view because it has another building hiding a half of the bridge. The room is large and very clean. No smoking smell, but they also prepare an air filter in the room as well. The bathroom has a large tub to chilled in a hot water. I chose this hotel for 2 nights because it’s so easy to take a train for Tokyo Disney, and it has a nice view for my working in the room. Room with Breakfast If you book a room with breakfast, you will enjoy with their Japanese and international meal. Staff They are very friendly. They will call to ask you the time-slot when you allow them for room cleaning.
I stayed for 3 nights. On check in, I am told after 2 nights I will have to change room as my double was only free for 2 nights. The hotel was quiet and I wondered how it could be possible. But they were certain. Of course on the morning of the move after I had packed my room I was told I didn't have to move ! As suspected. My non smoking room smelled heavy of smoke. On the morning of check out I had an early start. At 0654 I went for breakfast to be told restaurant closed. Even it was all ready for guests. A long queue of guests waiting. Clearly they need to open before 7am. This is the first time in all my world travels a hotel opened it restaurant so late for breakfast. Early birds beware. Good luck and I am sure there are many better run restaurants near by.
I stayed 2 nights with my adult son in July, chosen because of proximity to monorail for Haneda departure. I paid 28,800 yen for two nights for a twin room, room only, booked through booking.com. We arrived at night on the Rinkai line after a Disney visit (changing from the Keiyo line at Shin-Kiba). As has been mentioned the hotel is very close to the Tennozu Line monorail station but further from the Rinkai line station of the same name. Our room, 2606 had a nice view of the Rainbow Bridge. The only room we could get was a smoking one and it didn't smell.The corridor smelt a little.We are non-smokers. I have stayed at many Japanese hotels and I am used to their firm beds.This one I found uncomfortably hard.I slept on top of the duvet on the second night. The room size was okay for two people with one large and one small suitcase. I didn't see many other guests.The front desk staff had limited English but helped me send a parcel requiring the translating assistance of my son. Overall,apart from the uncomfortable bed this hotel was okay for two nights before or after a Haneda flight but I wouldn't recommend it as a sightseeing base as it is a little out of the way.One stop on the monorail to Hammamatsucho on the Yamanote line. The 711 on the same level of the lobby was handy for breakfast supplies and coffee.
Stayed here for one night with our son and 2 grandchildren in a family room. Had a room on 24th floor with lovely views over the city and riverside. The hotel room was well equipped with all the necessary amenities, free in room wi-fi, tea and coffee making facilities etc. The room had two double beds and a single, and a member of staff brought, set up, and made up with bedding a cot for our grand daughter. Underneath the hotel is a shopping arcade with food outlets. A lovely hotel, would recommend it.
Generally, hotel rooms in Tokyo are very small, and very few hotels offer twin rooms. Our booking here was pretty last-minute, and we weren't expecting much. However, our expectations were greatly exceeded. The room was large, as were the beds, and very comfortable. The amenities were excellent, as were all the thoughtful extras in the bathroom. Just be aware that the drip coffee in the room, which appears to be complementary, is not - and it's pretty expensive! The reception staff were wonderful - very helpful and informative, and spoke very good English. They arranged our tickets for the airport shuttle bus on our departure, and even carried our suitcases down to the bus stop (which we felt dreadful about; they were very large and heavy). The free wifi was greatly appreciated and very useful. The hotel is located above a shopping centre with restaurants, an Irish-themed pub, convenience stores and easy access to the theatre and monorail - you don't even have to go outside. There's a huge restaurant on the ground floor, accessed from the hotel lobby. The hotel is a bit of a trek to get to, but it's (literally!) on the monorail line from Haneda Airport (Tennozo Isle station) so pretty easy to find. And the Narita airport shuttle bus stops here, so departure is very easy. It's cheaper to go by train, but so much more hassle - especially with large, heavy suitcases. All in all, we'd happily return to this hotel, and recommend it to others.
We stayed in this hotel for 4 nights in April 2017. The room and the toilet are very spacious in Japan standard (We stayed in twin room). Good enough to open 2 large luggage and 1 baby stroller without problem. Located in 品川區 which is easily accessible from Haneda Airport. It has direct connection with the 天王洲 monorail station (with shelter) and about 4 min walk from 天王洲 Rinkai line station. For taxi ride from the 品川 station, it costs about 1100 yen (night time rate). A good pick if you don't want to stay in a very busy district (like Shinjuku) but at the same time you need to go to Tokyo Station, Odaiba (台場), Ueno Station. The 7-11 located next to hotel lobby is not open round the clock (closed at 11pm).
We had a late flight into Tokyo Haneda airport and wanted an hotel fairly easy to get to with a very young family (3y/o & 6m/o). Getting to the hotel was fairly easy from the airport. Direct TrainStation access to the hotel helps if it is raining (as it was when we arrived). The checkin was fast and prompt and the staff answered a few questions about the local area well (where is the convenience store / 7eleven etc). Please note that after the last train the Seafort complex goes into lock down so I had a bit of a problem after going to the local 7eleven to have difficulty returning to the hotel. I did it but was very wet due to the rain. The hotel is nice, and the room was fairly spacious. We had two beds that were small doubles. There were two seats and a small table looking out the window. Next morning my son found it really interesting to look out from the window to see many planes landing in Haneda, ships and various boats in the waterways, as well as Shinkansen and LRT monorail trains going by. We were on the 27th floor. The bathroom was well equipped with all essentials. The shampoo, shower gel and conditioner were from a well respected brand and had lavender oil in them (my wife loved these). The only negative was the breakfast charge of ¥2,000 per person. We are not big morning eaters so decided to skip this due to the price. Finally in reference to the staff, we had the misfortune yo leave my wife's iPhone on the table whilst waiting for our pick up. (Don't ask but my wife is always leaving things everywhere). We did not realise this until about 1.5 hours later. We called the free phone number that was in my Expedia app from the booking. The reception staff whom answered the call said that nothing had been handed in..! They then proceeded to go down to the drop off/pick up point and check. Luckily it was still there (very safe in japan). So we went back to collect later that day. Overall very positive stay and would recommend for small families.
We were spending the night in Tokyo, instead of enduring a 9 hour layover. Most of the budget hotels were full, so the Hotel/Tourist desk advised this hotel. We wanted a shuttle, or easy airport access. This hotel has a Monorail stop, so it's only 15 minutes to/from Haneda (340 yen). The hotel adjoins an office tower, and a small shopping center, with various small restaurants, and shops, including a 7-11 (opens at 7 AM). The rooms are large, clean, with tub/shower, slippers etc.The only downside was the appx. $170 nightly rate. We did not eat at the hotel.
We stayed at the Dai-Ichi Seafort for six nights during a recent trip to Tokyo. While most rooms in Tokyo are tiny, we were pleasantly surprised at how spacious or room was even with the two beds. We left our luggage at around 7:00am after arriving and checked in around 11:00pm after a day at Hiroshima. Staff were excellent, courteous and helpful. The only negative I have is that we couldn't get anything to eat as the restaurant closed at 9:00pm. There is a 7-Eleven around the corner so we made do with what we could. Easy to access on the monorail. Amenities second to none.
I stayed this hotel on February 2017. I felt that my twin room was enough spacious and has nice view from the room. It may be larger than most hotels in Japan. I had 2 Breakfasts at restaurant on 1st floor, I was really satisfied with the foods served. Due to its location, it was really convinient to access Haneda airport by Monorail which is connected to the hotel. I will stay here if I visit Tokyo again.
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Shinagawa, Daiichi Hotel Seafort is within a few miles (5 km) of popular sights such as Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum. This 130-room, 3.5-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Tokyo, the hotel is also near Mori Art Museum and Tsukiji Fish Market.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM.
The 130 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, minibars, and free newspapers. Guests can expect TVs with pay movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include phones and desks.
Guests of Daiichi Hotel Seafort enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 6 meeting rooms, and conference space. Self parking is offered for JPY 1900.00 per night. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a porter/bellhop and wedding services.
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80% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 364 reviews