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This was our first night in Japan, and we're not large people by any measure, but this room was small. That much being said, the bed is comfortable, even thought one side is up against a wall, so getting out in the middle of the night with two people is interesting. I really liked this hotel. It has a great lobby, the rooms are well appointed and well thought out, and the location, for us, on the first day was pretty much perfect. This place is well outside of the touristic areas, and we kind of wanted a place like that. It's convenient to the subway which is extensive. There are quite a few restaurants in the area, as the hotel only offers bread for breakfast, but a lot of them were closed as we arrived just after a major typhoon. For price, location, convenience, and comfort, it was pretty hard to beat for Tokyo.
I am surprised and it gave me the wow factor when I enter the hotel. The entrance is amazingly cool and nicely designed. My friends came over to meet me at the lobby and was also amazed with the design too! Room wise very good size, bigger than most nearby and also clean cool. You have everything you need in the room, good ventilation too! Facilities, all good and public toilets downstairs while waiting for your friends, transport or rain to stop! Staff, super friendly, helpful and they all speak very good English even better than mine! Hard working too and presentable. Price also good and worth! Location, out the entrance and you can see the subway just next. Family mart just a few steps from the entrance, further down you have 7-11 and it has a 2nd floor for you to have your food or work. Quiet at night just right for a good rest! Thanks will definitely visit again soon.
This hotel is very clean and in nice shape. The staff are great, no language issues either. Our room had two good sized beds, but not much space around them. The breakfast was meager, but the buns and muffins were tasty. The in-room coffee was good. The location is great for dining, banking, groceries, booze and snacks, and the subway entrance is kitty-corner from the front door. You can walk to the Imperial Palace gardens. Good value, no complaints other than the breakfast.
Beautiful room, small (so don’t bring a massive bag). All facilities were spotless and freshened everyday. PJs provided were an extra treat. V quiet rooms with fab air con. Directly across from metro station. Fantastic location for walking to the imperial palace gardens.
Very clean and convenient to subway. Lots of nearby places to eat. very safe area! Highly recommended. Breakfast is so-so. But internet in room is great! Some of the staff don't speak English. Not all of the staff are helpful. However some of them are friendly and helpful. Too bad inconsistent staff service.
Stayed at this hotel as a couple of two large (6'0" or 183+cm) tourists with suitcases. We took a room with double twin beds in fear that anything else would be too small. The room is verrrry compact. There is barely any room to fit us and our luggage (it blocks off the entry way to the room and 80% of the narrow floor space). There's no closet, only one wall rack with a small number of hangers, and only one tiny tiny side table of horizontal surface. Our feet stick out from the beds and the shower head is barely above our heads. Not recommended for anyone claustrophobic as there is barely space to move. This is a no frill hotel with no amenities (we needed ice for an injury and they have no ice because the hotel has no kitchen). You are provided with a generous amount of toiletries (including q tips, toothbrushes, hair brushes, and a set of small pajamas per person per day, which just took up more space in our room). Breakfast here consists of a selection of breads (nothing to put on them) which, to me, is not breakfast. Luckily, there's a 24/7 family mart around the corner with great food selection. Another plus is that the hotel is very close to the subway station and there are lots of restaurants nearby. The staff are extremely nice and polite. Overall, if you are a smaller person who needs a minimal space this hotel is just fine. It meets basic needs, is clean and quiet in a good location. For anyone looking for anything extra, amenities or a comfortable amount of space, you'll need to look elsewhere and pay more or compromise on a farther location.
Comfortable enough beds and good enough location give this a 2 rather than 1 star. They do have USB areas in each rooms. I’ll explain the rest. Couldn’t recommend this hotel to stay, just because they have room service... should every hotel have room service? Haha 1) the front desk is AWEFUL. Horrendous service. They don’t know ANYTHING about the surrounding areas 2) I’m in my mid twenties and a girl my age at the desk said “it’s 8pm I think Shinjuku is for young people”. RUDE and disgusting way to put it really. Especially since I didn’t reply to her and went anyway. Regardless of the fact of whatever age I look. 3) there’s NO concierge or anyone who knows what they are talking about. They handout maps you can find at any tourist information. Go there they will be better 4) no gym or lounge or restaurant or bar or room service. No tea, no green tea. Just weak coffee. How does this even qualify as anything more than a 2 star 5) RIDICULOUSLY small rooms, seriously it’s small even for Japan 6) crazy expensive for what you’re getting. You can’t really relax in this room due to its size, 7) oh and they do “bread in the reception” for breakfast. BUT remember you can’t eat it there so you have to take it away. Shocking and a waste of money. The front desk girls are aweful and need changed or more training in manners. The Japanese May be known for their politeness but these lot had thinly veiled disdain. 😟 not what you want when you travel so far to have fun and relax!
The Nest hotel has a very good location, 50 m from the entrance no 1 for the Hanzomon line , Metro. Quite a few small restaurants around the corner, as well as some shops. Very small rooms, but we where Lucky to be upgraded free of charge, to a twin room, so we had 2 beds instead of one, and some more Space. very clean rooms, they change linen every day ! They say " breakfast is included, but it only consist of some different kind of bread in a basket in the reception ;( Very disapointing) So we had to go to a shop around the corner to buy some cheese, fruit and juice, and bring it all to the room. The staff was Nice and very helpful.
Double room was really small, and bed was even smaller, in fact too squeezy for a couple for it to be comfortable. We spent a very tiring 3 nights here, with little to bad sleep. That said, hotel is designed very beautifully, has necessary amenities, and is near to metro station with lots of restaurants and convenience stores around.
I stayed here for a week. It was very convenient for the marathon. I also visited the National Theatre next door. There are many restaurants in the area. Metro is across the street. Imperial Palace is 1km away. Public bath is across street. Beautiful lobby. Breakfast is only bread, but there is a FamilyMart next door for butter, egg, etc. Rooms have fridge and water kettle. Room is small - not even enough room for a yoga mat. Bathroom and especially tub is very large. Nice slippers, pajamas, fluffy towels, and cozy bedding. Staff was very friendly.
Located in Chiyoda within a short walk of National Diet Building, NEST HOTEL TOKYO HANZOMON is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Yasukuni Shrine. This 102-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a computer station, and dry cleaning/laundry services.
The 102 rooms are air-conditioned and have refrigerators. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bidets, and slippers.
Built in 2018, the brand new NEST HOTEL TOKYO HANZOMON offers free WiFi in public areas and a computer station. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage.