- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- No parking is available onsite.
- As required by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare, all international visitors must submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Also, it's required that lodging proprietors photocopy the passports of all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Hotel Nihonbashi Villa2.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Got this hotel through a concert package. Check in staff were confused as to whether I had a reservation as I did not have a reservation number. Apparently the Japanese travel company that handled my reservation may have slightly dropped the ball, but was resolved eventually. It was a one night stay with a single double bed. Personally, I didn't like it as they gave me a smoking room apparently and the bed was on the hard side. I'm a non-smoker and can tolerate cigarette smoke for short periods of time before I start developing a headache. I managed to sleep fine. Breakfast was about the only positive part of the hotel and it was very quiet. The hotel doesn't have an actual restaurant but just a breakfast room. Being that I was the only person at 7 in the morning; the breakfast staff watched me eating like a hawk. I felt very uncomfortable for about 10 minutes until other guests started arriving. The breakfast was all Japanese with a bento box, tofu and miso soup, and the usual morning drinks. As you are given a regular key vice a keycard, you are required to give the key back to the front desk before you leave the hotel temporarily, and then provide them with the room number you're in. Would I stay here again? I'm not really sure unless the hotel made improvements.
We stayed here for two nights, and it was the worst part of our 3 weeks of travelling in Japan. The bed was hard as stone, the room extremely small, dark and with a depressing view of a roof filled with litter. There was so much noise we could barely sleep and we were happy to finally leave. Can't recommend this to anyone.
A really nice hotel. Rooms were small but clean and comfortable. Staff were very helpful even though their English wasn't great. Would recommend this hotel as a base for exploring or shopping. I would definitely stay here again. Similar standard to premier inn.
About 1 minute walk from Exit C4 of Bakurocho Station. The room given to me was very clean and though it was a single room, the bed was a big bed. As the room was small, there was not much extra space around. I have stayed in different hotels in Japan and I find this hotel's rooms very comfortable. All my friends' rooms are quite similar to mine. There is a small fridge in the room. The bathrooms are the same as the other hotels' - small and clean. From Haneda Airport, I took the Asakusa LIne to Asakusabashi Station, Exit A3 and walked. With my luggage, Exit A3 is better as I could use the escalator. The nearer exit is A2 but there are only steps. We flew home from Narita Airport. From the hotel to Narita airport, it is more convenient to take the Sobu Line from Bakurocho Station, ask the station staff for the schedule for the direct train to Narita, and which platform. Tokyo has very complicated subway/railway network. The signages are not very fantastic. It is very easy to get lost in the station.
Room was really small but clean and functioning. It was close to the metro station. When I stayed in April, it was hot inside the hotel. I think I was told that either AC can't run or something like that. I stayed just one night, so can't complain much.
Tiny, but well-appointed room, so a great value for the price ! About a five-minute walk to the subway and train stations, and a convenience store is just around the corner ! Clean and quiet. Professional 24-hour staff.
This hotel is super nice, it looks great from outside, and the inside seems a bit luxurious at the entrance hall. The rooms are great, the bed is comfortable and the bathroom super clean and convenient. The location is ok, we could walk from here to a lot of places
I made a mistake and book a smoking room, but I'm actually allergic. They kindly gave us another room. Excellent location, around 5 mins walking distance from the JR subway. Rooms are small as usually in Japan, but very clean and beds are comfortable. Highly recommended
Stayed for 4 nights during November 2016 and while the twin room was pretty large for a place in Tokyo it was in pretty rough shape. While the floors were not filthy, they were stained in places and the wallpaper was damaged and peeling in many places. The room also smelled slightly of cigarettes, despite asking for a non smoking room. We were on the 3rd floor and many businessmen had a habit of standing around the sides of the building smoking, so that could have been to blame as well. The in house restaurant was actually quite good with a decent sized breakfast buffet of common western and Japanese dishes. Cost was about ¥1300 if not included with your room, so a bit expensive. There are no laundry facilities, so you have to use the coin laundry located behind the hotel, which is not 24 hours so can be inconvenient. Because of Tokyo's great public transit system, you can get anywhere rather easily regardless of your hotel's location, but this hotel is especially close to popular locations like Akihabara and Tokyo station.
After a nasty typhoon hit and airplane delays compounded with immigration delays and lack of proper transportation I missed any chance of making it back home prior to a 6am train, so I booked this hotel on Hotwire. Cheap price for the hotel and it was exactly what I needed, a shower and a place to sleep for two hours. The folks at the reception spoke good English even at 2am and had no problems finding my post-midnight reservation. It was a quick 10min walk to Akihabara station and in a very convenient location! I would stay here again.
- Walking distance to Akihabara Electric Town
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Laundry facilities
Akihabara Electric Town is a short stroll from Hotel Nihonbashi Villa, and other popular attractions like Edo-Tokyo Museum are within a mile (2 km). Each of the 80 rooms at this hotel includes a refrigerator, an electric kettle, and a TV. Also close to this Chuo hotel are Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Imperial Palace.
All of Hotel Nihonbashi Villa's 80 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, electric kettles, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with pay movies. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, slippers, and bidets.
Guests of Hotel Nihonbashi Villa enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and laundry facilities. Front-desk staff can help with luggage storage, and provide local restaurant recommendations.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
68.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 278 reviews