Stayed here while on tour in April 2010 for 2 nights with two friends.
Upon arriving at the hotel, I was shocked that there weren't any flat surfaces or slopes that we could drag our luggage on from the main entrance to the lifts. And the staircase that we had to climb had a lot of steps.
The room was small and squeezy as per Japanese standards. The two single beds were comfortable but my other friend who slept on the sofa bed said he could feel the springs of the bed and it totally ruined his sleep on both nights. We couldn't feel any ventilation in the room and had to keep the windows opened on both nights. However, we did have a great view of the Rainbow Bridge.
There were 2 negative things about this hotel. Firstly, the breakfast that we had at the restaurant. Food tasted bad and there wasn't much variety. The cutlery was wet and everything just looked really unappealing. Secondly, the location of the hotel. It was located far from the main tourist attractions of Tokyo and even the railway station was like a 15- 20 minute walk away. There was nothing to do around the hotel but thank goodness for a convenience store opposite the hotel.
Why did I still give this hotel a 3/5? Answer: Staff. They were friendly, helpful, polite and most importantly, honest. I'd accidentally left my wallet on the bed and completely freaked out the whole day thinking the housekeeping staff would wrap it up with all the bedsheets and then it'll be lost forever. However, to my delight, the wonderful room attendant spotted it before that and left in on the bedside table intact. I really appreciate her honesty and it was really the only redeeming factor of my entire stay.
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