Harumi Grand

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3-8-1, Harumi, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 104-0053, Japan
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Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 93% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families58
  • Couples50
  • Solo53
  • Business48

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Hotel in central Tokyo

by norha1

Looking for a hotel in Tokyo for about a week who charges a reasonable sum any suggestions? period the first week of September.

Re: Hotel in central Tokyo

by norha1

Thanks for your prompt reply.

We are a couple, age 50+ ,travel on a private tour.First time in Japan. Any hotel ,well connedted by rail or subway, fits.

Re: Hotel in central Tokyo

by SfumatoPants

As the poster suggested, I think you need to do some more research to discover what it is that you want to do while in Tokyo. You should choose a hotel location based on what you would like to do while there. The city is so large that just randomly selecting a hotel can prove to be a very bad idea.

Having said that, I have just made an entry to my homepage offering an answer to your exact question. Maybe it will prove helpful:


Re: Hotel in central Tokyo

by bkk_kd

The comments and advice of the other posters are valid. Tokyo is a very large city and you should have some idea of where you'd like to stay, convenient to what interests you. As for what is a reasonable sum, it does help us to know your budget.

That being said, there are a number of well-run hotel chains that have locations throughout Tokyo with moderately priced rooms (my definition for Tokyo: approximately US$100-150 per night). Links to these chains are at the bottom of this reply.

My suggestion is to choose a location within easy walking distance of a major or semi-major subway or rail station from which you can easily transfer to other subway or rail lines (you'll need to look at a subway/rail map). Also, if you plan to get into the city by bus, then staying in the vicinity of the Tokyo City Air Terminal (TCAT) might be a good choice as that's where you can alight from the bus and it has good access to the subway. Hotel Villa Fontaine, one of my suggestions below, has two locations across the street from TCAT and Toyoko Inn has a location 1 subway stop away at Monzen-Nakacho. If you plan to get into the city by Keisei Skyliner rail, then staying near Ueno Station might be a good choice for you. Ueno has excellent access to transportation and has much more activity than nearby TCAT.

Enjoy your stay.


Re: Hotel in central Tokyo

by marunouchi

I stayed at this hotel: http://www.ezchoicehotels.com/
very nice, JR Hamamatsucho Station on Yamanote Line (5 min. from Tokyo Station)
6000 yen

Re: Hotel in central Tokyo

by slimbobid

We stayed here in Ikebukuro end of June. http://www.duplexcs.jp/english/ikebukuro/index.html

It was a very comfortable modern apartment.

We are in our late 40's so it's convenience to the Metro was excellent ( 2min walk). Also, the Airport Limousine from Narita stops right outside the Metropolitan Hotel across the road so it was a simple process to and from the airport. It cost about $30 USD each one way.

Ikebukuru from memory was about 25mins from Tokyo station. It has a JR and Subway line so easy access to everywhere.

Have a good trip

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Personal Space?

by mike5719

Unlike in the US, the Japanese do not have the concept of personal space. Bumping while in busy places like Shinjuku and Shibuya is common and not an "Act of war". If you are accidentally bumped, a simple "Sumimasen" will do and just go about your business. Just be prepared for a lot of bumping.


by Avya

Tipping is NOT customary

Most Museums are closed on MONDAY.

The sales tax on goods and services is 5%

Tokugawa shogunate established capital at Edo 1603
Edo was renamed Tokyo (eastern capital) in 1867

Electric current - 100v, 50Hz AC

Domestic banks are usually open 9-3pm weekdays only

Taxi doors for the back seat can only be opened by the driver

Always carry your passport with you.

If you feel an earthquake, open any doors to avoid jamming, stay away from the windows, and get under a SOLID object.

Area of Tokyo: 807 miles (1291km squared)

Population of Japan: 8.5 million in Tokyo city environs.

Number of vending machines - approximately 400,000 (one for every 20 people)

English daily newspapers can usually be found at hotels, train station kiosks or at major bookstores.

Especially during peak seasons, be sure to leave for Narita airport about 4 hours before your scheduled flight.

Remove shoes before entering a person's residence.

If you see Godzilla.... RUN!!!!

(taken from Tokyo Pocket Guide)

Where should you get a drink?

by dennisKL

You must taste some local drink in Tokyo!
Most of the drink is served by vending machine. You can notice all round the area in Tokyo. There are actually more than 2000 type of drink offer in this country from soft drink to juice and beers. The packing is special that I ever since in my life! You can find more than 10 different types of Coke in can and bottle which I have it all for my collection. Some may have some funny advertisement. You can notice the price is cheaper compare you get in those convenient shop as they charge for government tax... I like the juice and tea! A Coke in 500ml and 300ml is actually selling for same price if you notice...may be is the promotional period.

Tokyo Tip

by Krystynn

That's Gina (she's O.KATALINA here on VT) and I trying to do some souvenir-shopping along this long narrow alley in Asakusa.

Fellow Travelers, Take Note: They DON'T accept credit cards here. Only cash.

That's why both Gina and I looked soooo perplexed because we had run out of $$$$. And for the first time in our lives, we truly UNDERSTAND what a pauper must be feeling... because we felt like a pauper too... No, make it two paupers. :-(

Women in Traditional Dress

by AKtravelers

It is possible to see women wearing tradtional clothing wandering the streets of Tokyo. In fact, if you want, you can even buy kimonos in stores (see me shopping tip). That's because many Japanese people still will wear traditional clothing on ceremonial or festive occassions. I saw these two women in line for something appararently important in Asakusa. Even though it was a Saturday morning, all of the men were in suits and a few of the women were in kimonos (others were dressed very nicely). In the Ginza, you can see other traditionally-dressed women whose mployment might require it -- maybe they're geishas! However, if you want to see real geishas with their faces painted while, Kyoto's Gion is a better place.


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