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Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai
Ranked #2 of 13 Hotels / Ryokan in Edogawa
Reviewed 3 January 2014

Hotel not so far from Nishi-Kasai St. (Tozai Line) and easy to access to TDR (for me take a taxi only 2400 Yen) around hotel have many restaurant and shop. for person who don't have time to access to center Tokyo around Nishi-Kasai St. still perfect. But my room is semi-double for 2 person it's quite small for big luggage.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 10 December 2013

The rooms were probably as small as humanly possible to sleep two adults (maybe Japanese/Asian size adults), but they were extremely clean and modern. The hotel has wifi in the lobby, but not the rooms. You can borrow an ethernet cable from the front desk, which you can then use in your rooms with your laptop. The hotel provided free shuttle to Disneyland and the Sky Tree.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 November 2013

My friend and I loved the location, just a few minutes walk to the Nishikasai station in the Tozai line of the Tokyo Metro subway. It is very accessible to convenience stores and banks. There is also a lot of helpful tourist info brochures in the lobby, where the WiFi is. The room we got was small but that's to be expected. Some might balk at the idea of no wifi in the rooms but we made do with the wifi in the lobby, cause wired internet is the only thing available in the room.

The receptionist who checked us in didn't smile much but he answered our questions and responded promptly to our request for an extra pillow. This is not the place to book for a staycation, but for those who would be outside most of the time, this is perfect.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 10 September 2013

I will suggest this is one of the best hotel in nishikasai area with a reasonable rates. I stayed here for almost 7-8 days. Their hotel and room ambience is quite good. They provide more varieties in breakfast. They have coin washiing machine. Overall, I have a very good experience, the staff is also very supportive.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 26 January 2013

Nice and clean hotel, for a good price. Very close to Metro and easy to reach from Narita airport. Mind that Japanese hotel rooms are extremely small for an European/western traveller. There is barely room to fit the bed! (this is absolutely normal in Japan)
Definitely not a good choice if you plan to spend your day in the room, but if you are a tourist I think this hotel is a good choice.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled solo
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3  Thank SimoCas
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Reviewed 9 January 2013

We stayed at the Rembrandt Inn because it was pretty much the only hotel in Tokyo that had rooms available for less than US$ 800 per night on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. The rest of our holiday was spent in five-star hotels, but this was an exception.

The hotel is only about two minutes' walk from Nishikasai Station on the Tozai Line. This station is about 20 minutes from the city centre.

The lobby is basic and gloomy, but the staff were friendly and helpful. We had two rooms next to each other on the 7th floor. We'd requested non-smoking rooms, but got smoking ones because that was all that was left. The rooms were clean, but smelled of smoke - one more than the other. The corridor was shabby and very smoky.

The rooms were very small, with twin beds, a desk, a bar fridge, and a tiny pre-fab bathroom. There was nowhere to put a large suitcase. But they were clean and comfortable, with an open view.

The TV offers free-to-air local TV. You can pay Y1000 for a pay-TV card: this gives you access to some English films, but not to any English-language news or sports channels. But there is free and fast (wired-only) Internet, and the room is small enough that it's not a problem to watch TV on a laptop.

The area is quite pleasant. It's not a wealthy suburb, but it's safe and clean, and there were lots of good, cheap restaurants.

If you're on a budget, this would be a good place to stay: it's basic, clean and convenient. If you're looking for luxury, it's not really what you want. If I were travelling on my own, I'd come again, but it's not ideal for a family holiday.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank BruceShanghai
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Reviewed 2 January 2013

Ok ill start with the bad bad: and that being the rooms are quite small esp if youre planning to share with more then 2 people. they got a room to cater for 5 people but they are a bit more spacious in a sense. and unless you can speak decent japanese the concierge at the lobby will have a difficult time trying to understand you so have a translator on your phone. when they talk to you, there shouldnt be an issue since youll pick up what they will say.

For the good: bed is comfy as heck, concierge was quite helpful and very courteous. free internet provided you got a network cable and a laptop otherwise youll be using their pc at the lobby and its 15 minutes for 100Y
their buffet there is quite good although youll need to pay if you havent purchased their meal passes and youll might get charged full price if you dont mention that youre a guest staying at the hotel ( has happened to me a few times when the language barrier is an issue)
dont expect free tv either but if you got the internet youll be fine with just youtube alone. rooms gets cleaned every morning but i ten to minimize them having to clean my room coz i like my room a bit messy
theres a washing machine on the 2nd floor but its to be paid ( i think its 100Y for 15 minutes but its plenty of time anyway)
and forgotten to mention that its situated near a station where that is close to most things like studio ghibli for instance ( straight rail link to nakato then jr line to mitaka). also its a straight line towards narita airport although youll need to change to the jr line.
otherwise its been a good 2 weeks stay here. would i stay here again when i come back. most definitely
be sure to grab their deals when they do pop up. it costed me about 610 aud for 2 weeks

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with friends
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Address: 6-17-9 Nishikasai, Edogawa 134-0088, Tokyo Prefecture (Formerly Rembrandt Inn Nishikasai)
Region: Japan > Kanto > Tokyo Prefecture > Tokyo > Edogawa
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Ranked #2 of 13 Hotels / Ryokan in Edogawa
Price Range: £37 - £113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai 3*
Number of rooms: 184
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