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Hotel Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

overall the hotel is nice though the room was small for two people

Quick stay for an early flight departure the next morning at Haneda airport. Besides a slightly long walk to the nearest metro/train station, everything else was great!

Everything so convenient. Train station, Lawson's, supermarket also other shopping upstairs. Lots of places to eat at. Bus and taxi right out side the building . Recommend this place highly.

The hotel is an excellent value. It is two stops off the main line (Yamanote). So, getting anywhere in Tokyo is fairly easy. Great views of Tokyo Bay.

The good the bad and the ugly..... the bad - size of our room was very small. but since we only slept and showered there, that was ok, it was functional and that is what counted. the pictures of the rooms seemed bigger, but the room was small. Smoking, seems that smoking is allowed everywhere, there really is no non smoking rooms....but we couldn't tell of any smoke in the room, because of the cleaning they do. they scrub the walls we noticed, great cleaning. the good. location was awesome. hotel sits right on top of the rinkae line, which was perfrect for us....we got one of those suica cards, and loaded it up with money to be able to go in and out. it is only 2 stops away from osaki station, which is the main JR trains in Tokyo. we went that way a lot. the other direction had a great mall area Tokyo teleport station, and then at the end of the line was the way to Disney land, which was great. so perfect middle location for all our activities. and the mall down below was great for eats and all night lowrys store (7-11), for our waters and snacks, the mall had an Aeon, which had everything, and many small restaurants, with a burger king too.....although we suggest the one on the 1f, across from aeon, the one with the fish, that place was great. one station north is the monorail, but suggest going the other way, especially if you have rail pass, because the monorail was expensive. the other way to osaki, is better, as it is only one stop away from shinagawa, and then up to Tokyo, or the other way just a couple of stops to the west side stations, like harajuku, shibuya, and shinjiku..... (KNOW YOUR STATIONS), best way to get around. we flew into hanaida airport, we should of taken the monorail then rinkai line to hotel......but we took a cab, would up being like $50.....rail would of been less than 10. but it was very late, and I think the rinkai line stops running around midnight. so this hotel, best thing, is location....and price..... the ugly....smoking everywhere......we are non smokers so it was hard, all restaurants at night are smoking, every floor or room is a smoking room. but it is like that everywhere in Tokyo. overall, very good hotel for price and location and clean.

Clean hotel with good staff. Location is not the best, and although we requested a non-smoking room, they were not able to accommodate that request on the first of our three nights there.

Staff spoke English; able to get to/from Tokyo Disneyland without too much trouble (two trains; 30 minute travel time; not much different than buses at Disney World!). Great rates. Agree with other reviewers that beds are extremely firm (hard) but got used to it. Roomy compared to other places we stayed. Front desk very helpful - helped us investigate Shinkansen train schedules for going to Osaka.

Great hotel for one person or couple traveling for business or tourism. The hotel staff was very helpful and some could speak English, which was also quite helpful. The rooms are very small with little or no space for luggage, but that seemed typical for Japanese hotels. One of the best aspects of the hotel was that it was in a quiet, clean, business district that was attached to a complex with stores, a mall with a grocery store, and rail station easily accessible by the hotel elevator. This made travel and shopping easy

I was looking for an inexpensive hotel for access to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo sightseeing, and found a good deal for way less than $100. It was a very good choice. The room was small-ish, but very functional and clean. It had a PC for internet access, refrigerator, and fancy Japanese toilet. Nice selection of amenities in the room (hair dryer, toothbrush, shampoo, etc.. everything you need). There is also WiFi in the lobby only. WiFi in the room would have been good, but the PC in the room was a nice touch. Friends who are a couple also stayed in a larger room ($20 more), and were happy with their room. The hotel starts on the 16th floor of the tower, and sits on top of the Shinagawa Seaside subway station. This provided access to Disneyland in an easy 30 min subway ride, with only one transfer at Shin Kiba. Access to other Tokyo sites is a bit more complicated, as you have to transfer to the Yamamote Line (central circle line), but again not difficult. Ex: You can get to Shinjuku in 30 min with one transfer. The hotel has really easy access to the Odaiba/Toyko Teleport and Tokyo Big Sight area - just two or three stops on the Subway. Odaiba has malls, shopping, Joyopolis, a beach, LegoLand Discovery Center, Rainbow Bridge, Toyota Showcase, etc. Lots to do. The hotel can be tricky to get to from Narita Airport. The best way is to take the Narita Express to Shinagawa Station, then go downstairs and grab a taxi for around $10. Have a map printout of the hotel/name to help the taxi driver. Or say 'Shinagawa Seaside Station,' which will put you at the tower. The hotel building is part of a complex with a mall with convenience stores, restaurants, and and AEON store, which is like Kmart, so you can buy anything you may need. It has a grocery store open until 11 or 12 each night. The lobby has a nice view of the docks of Tokyo Bay, and a restaurant if needed. I did not eat there. I would stay here again.

Enjoyable will stay again

Room options

Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Room, 2 Twin Beds, Non Smoking

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Economy Room, 1 Double Bed, Non Smoking

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, 1 Queen Bed, Smoking (Seaside)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Hotel Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside

Everyone (1) Couples (7) Friends (1) Other (1)
4

nice hotel close to train station and a mall

Everyone

overall the hotel is nice though the room was small for two people

By on Nov 10, 2017

5

convenient stay

Couples

Quick stay for an early flight departure the next morning at Haneda airport. Besides a slightly long walk to the nearest metro/train station, everything else was great!

By on Dec 30, 2014

5

excellant

GetawayWithFriends

Everything so convenient. Train station, Lawson's, supermarket also other shopping upstairs. Lots of places to eat at. Bus and taxi right out side the building . Recommend this place highly.

By on Sep 18, 2014

4

just off the main train line, but still conveinient

Couples

The hotel is an excellent value. It is two stops off the main line (Yamanote). So, getting anywhere in Tokyo is fairly easy. Great views of Tokyo Bay.

By on Jul 14, 2014

4

small but functional

Couples

The good the bad and the ugly..... the bad - size of our room was very small. but since we only slept and showered there, that was ok, it was functional and that is what counted. the pictures of the rooms seemed bigger, but the room was small. Smoking, seems that smoking is allowed everywhere, there really is no non smoking rooms....but we couldn't tell of any smoke in the room, because of the cleaning they do. they scrub the walls we noticed, great cleaning. the good. location was awesome. hotel sits right on top of the rinkae line, which was perfrect for us....we got one of those suica cards, and loaded it up with money to be able to go in and out. it is only 2 stops away from osaki station, which is the main JR trains in Tokyo. we went that way a lot. the other direction had a great mall area Tokyo teleport station, and then at the end of the line was the way to Disney land, which was great. so perfect middle location for all our activities. and the mall down below was great for eats and all night lowrys store (7-11), for our waters and snacks, the mall had an Aeon, which had everything, and many small restaurants, with a burger king too.....although we suggest the one on the 1f, across from aeon, the one with the fish, that place was great. one station north is the monorail, but suggest going the other way, especially if you have rail pass, because the monorail was expensive. the other way to osaki, is better, as it is only one stop away from shinagawa, and then up to Tokyo, or the other way just a couple of stops to the west side stations, like harajuku, shibuya, and shinjiku..... (KNOW YOUR STATIONS), best way to get around. we flew into hanaida airport, we should of taken the monorail then rinkai line to hotel......but we took a cab, would up being like $50.....rail would of been less than 10. but it was very late, and I think the rinkai line stops running around midnight. so this hotel, best thing, is location....and price..... the ugly....smoking everywhere......we are non smokers so it was hard, all restaurants at night are smoking, every floor or room is a smoking room. but it is like that everywhere in Tokyo. overall, very good hotel for price and location and clean.

By on May 24, 2014

3

nice and clean

Couples

Clean hotel with good staff. Location is not the best, and although we requested a non-smoking room, they were not able to accommodate that request on the first of our three nights there.

By on Jun 9, 2013

4

disneyland visit

Couples

Staff spoke English; able to get to/from Tokyo Disneyland without too much trouble (two trains; 30 minute travel time; not much different than buses at Disney World!). Great rates. Agree with other reviewers that beds are extremely firm (hard) but got used to it. Roomy compared to other places we stayed. Front desk very helpful - helped us investigate Shinkansen train schedules for going to Osaka.

By on Jun 2, 2013

4

extended stay in japan

Couples

Great hotel for one person or couple traveling for business or tourism. The hotel staff was very helpful and some could speak English, which was also quite helpful. The rooms are very small with little or no space for luggage, but that seemed typical for Japanese hotels. One of the best aspects of the hotel was that it was in a quiet, clean, business district that was attached to a complex with stores, a mall with a grocery store, and rail station easily accessible by the hotel elevator. This made travel and shopping easy

By on May 30, 2013

4

good hotel for disney or tokyo sightseeing

Singles

I was looking for an inexpensive hotel for access to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo sightseeing, and found a good deal for way less than $100. It was a very good choice. The room was small-ish, but very functional and clean. It had a PC for internet access, refrigerator, and fancy Japanese toilet. Nice selection of amenities in the room (hair dryer, toothbrush, shampoo, etc.. everything you need). There is also WiFi in the lobby only. WiFi in the room would have been good, but the PC in the room was a nice touch. Friends who are a couple also stayed in a larger room ($20 more), and were happy with their room. The hotel starts on the 16th floor of the tower, and sits on top of the Shinagawa Seaside subway station. This provided access to Disneyland in an easy 30 min subway ride, with only one transfer at Shin Kiba. Access to other Tokyo sites is a bit more complicated, as you have to transfer to the Yamamote Line (central circle line), but again not difficult. Ex: You can get to Shinjuku in 30 min with one transfer. The hotel has really easy access to the Odaiba/Toyko Teleport and Tokyo Big Sight area - just two or three stops on the Subway. Odaiba has malls, shopping, Joyopolis, a beach, LegoLand Discovery Center, Rainbow Bridge, Toyota Showcase, etc. Lots to do. The hotel can be tricky to get to from Narita Airport. The best way is to take the Narita Express to Shinagawa Station, then go downstairs and grab a taxi for around $10. Have a map printout of the hotel/name to help the taxi driver. Or say 'Shinagawa Seaside Station,' which will put you at the tower. The hotel building is part of a complex with a mall with convenience stores, restaurants, and and AEON store, which is like Kmart, so you can buy anything you may need. It has a grocery store open until 11 or 12 each night. The lobby has a nice view of the docks of Tokyo Bay, and a restaurant if needed. I did not eat there. I would stay here again.

By on May 27, 2013

5

great price for great location

Couples

Enjoyable will stay again

By on Apr 28, 2010