Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Ariake3.5 out of 5.0
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Ariake3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The staff here is very polite, and the room is clean and new, but that’s about all this place has going for it. It’s not that close to the main part of shinjuku (20 minutes walk), but I would have been ok with that if not for other problems. The mattress is the hardest I have felt in my life. Not exaggerating. It’s almost like sleeping on the ground. They also nickel and dime you for everything. 1000 yen per hour for a late checkout, 400 yen to call a taxi (never have I heard of this last one at a hotel and especially not in Japan). Rooms are extremely tiny. I made sure to get a larger twin room even though I’m just one person because I needed space to pack. Of course there’s none and the suitcase barely opens in the space provided. Please don’t make the same mistake I did. Stay somewhere else. I have no idea where the positive reviews are coming from.
the hotel is gorgeous with wonderful and polite staff. Also, it is at perfect location next to two train station for traveling within Tokyo. Breakfast buffet was delicious and not overpriced. Rooms are clean but small but this is typical for Japanese rooms in general. highly recommended.
My wife had a convention to attend in Tokyo Big Sight and upon searching the closest is Daiwa Roynet Ariake. My family and I were happy because our room was upgraded for free to a superior room which means, more space! We had a corner room, and a good view too. It is far from the main action of Tokyo but hey, with two train stations accessible to the hotel, no distance is too far. And for car enthusiast like me, Autobacs is just a station away, and the toyota megaweb is 4 stations away using the Yurikamome Line which can also bring you to downtown Ginza! Thank you Daiwa Roynet Ariake for our wonderful experience in your hotel.
beautiful and comfortable room. loved the availability of outlets and variety of light options in the room. bathroom and shower room were incredible. already planning to return here for our next visit to Japan!
Close to the train station, clean and look like renovated. Breakfast is OK. My husband was looking for butter...Bacon...nop. I'm vegan so I had a miso soup, but after 3 days you look for other variety. The room are very very small! You can upgrade for fee. They didnt late us check out late (1:))pm insted of 11:00). Its 10-15 min walk from Odaiba so lots to do in the evening. If you need a shuttle to the airport, you can walk to the washington hotel and get one for $28.
While I liked the newness of the hotel and service was good, the hotel can be a far from certain Tokyo tourist spots such as Sensoji temple and transit costs to/from hotel are higher since the nearby subway lines are not part of the JR lines or Tokyo metro. Also, the area feels more like being in North American than being in Tokyo. Room: 4/5 (good size for family of four) Location: 2.5/5 (close to Haneta airport, but can be 50 minutes away from some of the main tourist spots e.g. Sensoji temple or Ueno, and transit costs will be higher since the two new subways lines are not part of Tokyo Metro or the JR lines) Bedroom: 2.5/5 (family room can accommodate four people but you have to order two additional twins beds at an additional cost) Bathroom: 4/5 (shower with good water pressure, has a bathtub, separate room with toilet, lots of nice bath amenities) In-room amenities: 3/4 (mini-fridge, in-room safe, trouser press, kettle, sofa) Hotel amenities: 3/5 (kids loved the fact that there is a 7-11 attached to hotel, laundry facilities which I didn't like since it was a wash/dry machine so your "dry" clothes will still feel damp) TIP: If you are travelling to other areas in Japan, consider using a delivery service to transport your luggage to the next hotel (costs approximately US$20 per luggage and the front desk can help with this)
We emailed the hotel via agoda to clarify about the usage of the phone provided in the room to make free international calls to Singapore. They replied that it is possible. But when we check in, we realised that it can only make free calls to selected countries like China , Taiwan, Korea USA and Germany. When I called the front desk, they still were not sure. After checking owth other colleagues , she told me that the pjone cannot make free calls to Singapore. Could the management pkrase retrain your staff and brushed up their basic English? Because when I requested an ironing board , they do not know what it is.I have to showed them a picture. Please highlight on the hotel website that the Handy phone can only make free calls to selected countries.
This new hotel is great. It is next to not one, but two metro stations. A short ride to all the attraction in Tokyo Bay. The room is well equipped, Good internet connection and breakfasts are included. It is a good choice if you are staying in the Bay area for a few days, and the price is really really good.
First time to the Daiwa Roynet Hotel chain. I was impressed with what I found. Check in was smooth with a prepaid reservation. The single room was about the standard size for Japan locales. Since this is a new hotel, everything was clean and in excellent working condition. The hotel is next to two railways for easy traveling to Tokyo. There is a nice desk/workspace area with access to a wired internet connection (wifi is available). The room comes with a sizable massage chair and a nice sized tv for your viewing pleasure. A mini-fridge and humidifier are at your disposal along with a safe, iron and steamer for trousers. The bathroom/shower facilities provides you with the necessary amenities, and the tv can show you the status of the washer/dryers in the laundry room if you need to plan any wash (detergent is provided by the machines). The biggest surprise I found was a complimentary smartphone in the room. With it, you had access to the web, make free local and international calls (depending on country), and you could take it along with you in your travels for directions, tips, photos & such. I did not use it as I already purchased a data simm for my phone, but it's nice to know I have the option for my next trip. The phone is programmed to erase your data on checkout, but there is a manual feature to do the same. I did not try the restaurants, but a convenience store is available 24/7. Overall, I give this hotel a thumbs up.
The hotel is brand new. Only opened for a few months. Room is big comparing to downtown Tokyo. If your plan is to spend a few days in Odaiba, this hotel is a good option. Going to Toyosu market is very convenient. Take the Yurikamome Line at U12 Ariake and depart at U14 Shijo-mae.
- Walking distance to Tokyo Bay and Tokyo Big Sight
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Laundry facilities
Located in Odaiba, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Ariake is adjacent to Tokyo Bay and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Tokyo Big Sight. This 368-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 9:30 AM.
A flat-screen TV comes with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, and toilets with an electronic bidet. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, a safe, and a desk.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Ariake features free WiFi in public areas and laundry facilities. Self parking is offered for JPY 1500.00 per night. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with securing valuables, luggage storage, and dry cleaning/laundry.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 45 reviews