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Spent 4 nights here in March 2008. "Perfectly adequate" is the best way to sum it up-I don`t mean that phrase to be facetious. The hotel is convenient to a Tokyo Metro station that is on two lines (Kayabacho), the rooms are clean and made...More
We loved the Pearl - very Japanese Hotel in style - not luxurious but fantastically functional and in a fantastic location for the subway to acces all areas of tokyo.
Our room had two beds with electronic function to raise/lower both ends, a computer with...More
US$59 - US$109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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