Hotel rooms in Japan are typically very small, and this was no exception. But the bed was large, and comfortable. There was a fridge and a tea pot, so I was able to have hot milk tea. Akihabara was a short walk; this was actually my primary reason for choosing this hotel.
There were many snowboarding and sporting good shops nearby. This was helpful.
Definitely worth the money.
6 min walk from train station. Can be quite a walk with luggage but it's not bad.
Family mart at the hotel which is awesome. Has a laundry with 3 washer/dryer units.
Also held our luggage before and after the stay. Room was adequate.
It was our first night in Tokyo, we stayed at this hotel which we booked in advanced and weren't disappointed. It is not fancy but it is the definition of convenience. The Tokyu Stay franchise has a washer/dryer in the hotel room, the bathroom is pretty good and the location is great. Suidobashi is pretty centrally located, and this hotel is only 1-2 km away from Tokyo Dome City Attractions. The room isn't that big, don't try to fit more than 2 people.
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It is quite convenient to move around the city of Tokyo as it is close to the subway station which has a good connection to several different lines. The members of the hotel are kind and helpful.
The room is clean and well maintained, and also quiet.
A neighborhood of universities and schools, this area shares the city’s Chiyoda Ward with Otemachi, which is the former site of Shibazaki, the most ancient part of Tokyo. It also offers easy access to the Imperial Palace, home of the emperor and imperial family, and East Gardens, which are open to the public.