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|"Very clean rooms and friendly staff."||(in 149 reviews)|
|"Pleasant and helpful staff."||(in 122 reviews)|
|"Clean room, great location, nice staff."||(in 102 reviews)|
|"Breakfast is expensive - 25 dollars."||(in 19 reviews)|
|"Nest door to a convenience store ."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"But ok for Tokyo standards."||(in 2 reviews)|
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My main reason for choosing this hotel was the walkable distance to MRT station and Tokyo Dome. Very clean and reasonably spacious rooms. Really comfortable pillows. Helpful staff. Tasteful interior design with a welcoming Japanese garden. Google Maps in the free smartphone they provide was very useful for navigation.
Initially, the hotel was not so easy to find. Not much of a view from the room. Breakfast not included in the room price.
Niwa is a high quality hotel with some good design elements, including interesting use of Japanese blinds in the room. Location is fantastic. I chose the hotel due to close proximity to Tokyo Dome (where I was attending a concert), but Suidobashi station which is 5 minutes away is very convenient for access to Akihabara, Shinjuku, Shibuya and other places. Lots of restaurants and supermarkets within 10 minutes of the hotel too. Staff very friendly and professional. Laundry room was convenient (and you can see on your room TV whether the machines are in use!).
A few easily fixed things prevented this hotel from scoring better. The Japanese blind in the room looks good - but the 'light blocking' blind behind it isn't dark enough. The room became really light very early in the morning and this prevented me getting a good sleep. They need to fix this. The room only had a water kettle, three tea bags and a single bag of sugar. No coffee at all... and unlike other similar grade hotels that have help-yourself additional coffee in a common area, this hotel had none. Frankly this was unnecessarily mean spirited and poor service. Hotel restaurants and breakfast are way too expensive for this class of hotel. I only had breakfast once and thought it was poor value - it was costly and there was nothing that stood out. Eggs were served to me on a cold plate and selection wasn't that great. Additionally prices to dine in the evening are extremely high and frankly don't match this grade of hotel... I ate elsewhere locally instead.
Beautiful entryway and nice aesthetic choices in the room. Window that opened. The price and space was similar to a standard business hotel, but the attractive decor and surroundings made it a big cut above -- a truly pleasant hotel with a touch of "ryokan" about it.
to turn off the overhead lights, you have to remove your key from the slot near the door, but that then cuts off electricity to other things, like the television or reading lights. It would be nice to have them on separate circuits. Otherwise -- all great!!!!
They integrated some Japanese décor into a modern facility. The location is convenient, located close to multiple metro/train lines pending on travel destinations. Can catch limo-bus to airport from Tokyo Dome Hotel which is only a 7-8 minute walk away; hotel is happy to book for you.
The basic standard room is a bit small, the closet is about one-quarter of typical size - might be enough for a short stay. The TV is wall-mounted, no room for a dresser. The space is a tight but planned well. Bathroom remains standard/normal size.
The location was great, close to the Suidobashi station and the Tokyo Dome. The hotel is on a quiet side street. The room was very nice and spacious by Japanese standards. A smaller, friendly hotel.
Hotel Niwa Tokyo provides guests with modern lodgings that are steeped in elegant Japanese traditions for a truly memorable experience. Its rooms, location, and amenities make this hotel an ideal choice for solo travelers, couples, and groups looking for excellent hospitality in the heart of this thriving metropolis.
Located in Tokyo’s 1 Chome neighborhood, steps away from Suidobashi metro station, Hotel Niwa Tokyo is centrally located and easily accessible from different parts of the city. While here, guests will enjoy proximity to such attractions as Jimbocho and its bookstores and coffee shops, Japan Imperial Palace, Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens, and Ginza and its luxury shops.
Accommodations are tranquil and inviting. Guests may choose Standard Double Rooms with one bed, Premium Twin Rooms with two single beds, or Superior Twin Rooms with two beds. All rooms have the choice of smoking or non, and are equipped with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minifridges.
Guests can enjoy a delectable buffet breakfast service each morning. Onsite restaurants, YUKURI and Dining LIEU, craft traditional Japanese and barbecue respectively.
In terms of services and amenities, Hotel Niwa Tokyo has plenty to delight its guests. The 24-7 front desk can provide currency exchange, concierge, and baggage storage services. For added relaxation, the spa and the fitness center are most welcoming. Laundry facilities and banquet rooms are also available.
A stay at Hotel Niwa Tokyo invites guests into the heart of Tokyo while keeping them surrounded in comfort and modern conveniences.
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- Close to public transport
- Stylish hotel
- Friendly atmosphere
- Very quiet
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