Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo3.5 out of 5.0
Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo3.5 out of 5.0
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We stayed one week in this hotel during our stay in Tokyo. The hotel is conveniently located near Kinshicho station (for both JR Line and metro). It's one of the few hotels in Tokyo we found that accepted children and offered enough space in the room to stay together. The free shuttle bus to Disneyland is a nice bonus. The breakfast buffet offered many options, Japanese and Western. Cleaning was spotless and the staff very helpful. I will definitely stay here again when visiting Tokyo next time.
I researched different Tokyo hotels, finally decided on Tobu Hotel Levant. Very glad Idid, stayed 5 nites with my teenage sons. Location, Cleanliness,, close to Eateries, Train station, Mall, and Laundromat ticked all the boxes. Breakfast good selection with the added Bonus of a DIY freshly squeezed Orange juice machine. Plentiful supply of hot water, very strong pressure,and a bathtub too, which my Son's enjoyed. Very well maintained Hotel, room very spacious. The staff although difficult to communicate in english, put in the effort, all requests met. The helped me with the Airport bus to Haneda Airport,(Pick up from Hotel), and Disney Sea Shuttle Bus, also pick up from Hotel. I intend to visit Tokyo again, next time staying longer and will stay at Tobu Hotel Levant again. This is the first visit for all of us to Tokyo,Our purpose was to go to China first, the airline allowed us to have a stop over in Tokyo. Great visit, Excellent choice of Hotel!
We (2 adults and 2 kids) had a very clean and spacious room, considering the Japanese standards. The hotel is located close to metro station, from where you can easily reach any part of Tokyo. The room had a great view of Sky Tree tower. The staff is very helpful and kind. Recommended.
Stayed for 3 nights with my husband and teenage sons (17 and 13). Check in was smooth and friendly (we had paid for early check in and that was expensive) and our room was clean and comfortable with great views of the city (20th floor). We had a quadruple room, 4 single beds in a line which was cosy (!) but there was just space enough for our suitcases etc. In other hotels in other cities we visited the “single” beds were larger divan size which on reflection was better and I would look for in Tokyo next time. The shower was very good (over a bath), good selection of free toiletries and good towels! The breakfast buffet was expensive but according to my husband and youngest son was very good. Make sure you collect your breakfast discount tokens when you check in. The restaurant on the top floor had even better views, we had a set menu available only to hotel guests which featured “Wagu” steak and it was delicious, if a bit pricey (6800 yen each, including one nonalcoholic drink).
This hotel was amazing. It's probably one of the best hotels I've ever stayed at, if not the best. It's a lot bigger than I thought it would be. It's also in a busier neighbhood (in a good way) than I thought it would be. I stayed here for 4 nights towards the end of March. Pros: -Views - we paid around $15 USD extra per night so that we could get a room with a view. Let me tell you, this is probably the best $60 I've ever spent because the views do not disappoint. The Skytree is dead center of your window. It's nice to have something to look at when the jetlag hits and you're up at all sorts of crazy hours -Toiletries - little toiletries were refilled everyday, like toothbrushes, combs, razors, body scrubbers, and slippers. They even have Shiseido hair/body products in the shower -They had this fabric spray/sanitizer which worked wonders on my clothing. It refreshed it and even got out the wrinkles, so I was able to save myself from ironing anything -Smart phone - you can use the smart phone during your stay, which gives you internet and you can bring it out. So it comes in handy if you didn't get a pocket wifi. There's also free local/room to room calls so if you're traveling with someone staying in the hotel, have them bring their phone out too and you'll be able to reach them -Breakfast - this is an additional 20 USD, but you should treat yourself to the breakfast at least once. It's a Japanese breakfast buffet, so they have a little bit of everything: omelette station, rice, curry, noodles, soup, fruits, even a soda machine with about 10 different Japanese sodas. And these are only about a third of the available items -Water - two free water bottles each day -Shower pressure was great -5 minute walk to the train (Hanzomon Line/Sobu Line) - getting everywhere was super convenient. This neighborhood is a good jumping point if you want to explore other neighborhoods. Shinjuku is about a half hour away; so is Ginza -Lots of restaurants and shopping nearby. There's a Daiso that's a 5-minute walk away. 7-Eleven and Lawson's is right across the street. There's a supermarket 5 minutes away if you want to buy Japanese snacks/food products to bring home -They have a Yamato service counter in the lobby from 8 AM to 12 PM, so you can drop your luggage off right in the lobby, and they'll arrange to send it to your next destination. It's nice to not have to drag your suitcase around, especially on the Shinkansen Cons -Rooms are a bit small, but I feel this is standard to Japan. I've probably been spoiled with large American hotel rooms -Bathroom doors open outward, which is a bit weird but I guess it makes sense since the bathroom is also small -Because the rooms are small, windows in the room can get steamy if you take a hot shower because there's really nowhere for the steam to escape As you can see, the list of pros is a long one, and the list of cons aren't really anything serious. I would love to stay here again the next time in Tokyo. However, I think I would want to stay in a different neighborhood - not because I didn't like this one, but more so because I would want to get a feel of what other areas of Tokyo are like.
There are a lot of reasons why we liked this hotel. We recently stayed here while traveling with our daughter and her friend. It was a college graduation trip for them. First, the price was within our budget and the hotel had a decent upscale feel - (similar to a Marriott, Sheraton, Westin). Although we were not close to the heart of Tokyo, we were around the corner from the Kinshicho station which was so easy to travel to anywhere we wanted to go. So, the value in this hotel was the quality for the price, location close to a major station, free shuttle to Disneyland/Disneysea, free rental of Handy phone for maps, etc., 2 bottles of water provided each day. All these things add up to significant savings especially when you have more than one room. Overall, I asked my daughter and her friend if they would stay here again if they returned to Tokyo and they said definitely. They liked the upscale feel of the hotel and proximity to the train station.
I don't really understand how this place is rated so highly. I stayed 2 nights and things were really just average. The location is pretty good. Overall I wouldn't say Kinshicho is the most convenient neighborhood in Tokyo to be based in, but the hotel is less than a 10 minute walk to both Kinshicho train and metro stations, which was convenient. Nearby are plenty of convenience stores and restaurants. Like some other reviewers noted, there is some adults only nightlife in the evenings in this neighborhood, but it isn't visible in the immediate vicinity and it doesn't feel unsafe next to the hotel. Checking-in was quick and pleasant. They seem accustomed to English-speakers and other foreign guests. The lobby interior was bright and pleasant. My room had 2 twin beds and it was about average in size for this type of hotel in Japan. Everything seemed clean. The free wifi seemed adequate. The TV was ok, 2 English language channels. The AC/heater was easy to use. I appreciated the 2 free bottles of water a day. The "Handy" brand free smartphone was useful, even though the user interface is quite clunky and sometimes laggy. The free coffee didn't taste very good, and finding a place to plug-in the big water heater was actually a bit difficult. Not a big issue however. The bathroom was somewhat of a good surprise. Although the toilet is slightly too close to the sink, the overall size of the bathroom is slightly above average compared to other Tokyo hotels. And the bathtub is a decent size. I really appreciated that this bathroom actually has some space for your toiletries next to the sink. I just wish that they provided hand lotion. The shampoo and body wash/gel seemed pretty good. Unfortunately, 2 big problems ruined the stay for me. First, the bed was quite hard and my back was actually aching a bit when I woke up everyday. Also, there were 2 types of pillows offered, but I didn't notice much of a difference. They were both too hard and somewhat uncomfortable. The 2nd big problem was the fact that my room faced multiple train tracks, so it was super loud about every 10 minutes as the trains passed by, sometimes multiple ones simultaneously. The first time that I heard it, I actually thought that it was a monsoon storm pouring down torrential rain, which was not the case. This quickly got old and stressful. I called the front desk and complained about the noise. I asked to move to another room, but they claimed that they were all full. Perhaps this was true, but I was very dissatisfied that they could not offer another solution. If you come here, you should definitely bring earplugs, and even then, it may not be enough. At least checking out on the last day was very easy. Overall, the Tobu wasn't that bad, but given the 2 major issues, I would not come back again. If you're a light sleeper or have back problems, you should avoid this place.
Wonderful hotel very clean. Located next to train station and mall. Awesome breakfast plus a lot of little extras in the room like bottle water ,toothpaste ,toothbrush ,robes .slippers. The room was a little small but after all this is Tokyo I wasn’t expecting anything as big as we will get in State. Front desk was very helpful but did not speak much English so was very difficult to communicate with most of the employees.
The hotel is old and nothing special, but you'll get a large clean room for cheap. Location is a bit off center but still very convenient to get around. If you're a mid-low budget traveler, it's a perfectly good hotel.
We stayed two separate time at this hotel and we found it to be clean, good room size with the view of the Tokyo Sky Tree and all necessary amenities and comfortable beds. They provide a smart phone free of charge which we found to extremely helpful and we even made call back to the US. The breakfast buffet has a large spread with both western and Japanese food and their diner buffet isn't bad either. We were however, somewhat disappointed at their Sky view restaurant, they don't speak English and consequently not able to answer questions about any menu items and their food should be better for the price that they charged.
- Close to Edo-Tokyo Museum and Tokyo Sky Tree
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Sumida within a mile (2 km) of Tokyo Sky Tree, Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Sensō-ji Temple. This 383-room, 3.5-star hotel has conveniences like 3 restaurants, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi.
This hotel is home to 3 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Quench your thirst with a drink at the bar/lounge. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
A TV comes with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, free bottled water, and a safe.
Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo features free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and free newspapers. Self parking is offered for JPY 1800.00 per day. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include wedding services and a banquet hall.
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80.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 677 reviews