Tokyo Bay Makuhari

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2-3, Hibino, Mihama-ku, (formerly Makuhari Prince Hotel), Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, 261-8525, Japan
Apa Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
19%
6
Very Good
25%
8
Average
32%
10
Poor
12%
4
Terrible
9%
3

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Costs 21% less but rated 16% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families73
  • Couples74
  • Solo75
  • Business62

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Hotel in Central Tokyo

by seachange2000

My wife and I have three days in Tokyo after a week's skiing in Hakubra. We will be there in the middle of February. Can any fellow traveller recommend a good mid-price range hotel close to a railway station?? Clean, safe, central and easy to get to are the main criteria (we will be carrying packs).
Thank you in anticipation,
Bruce

Re: Hotel in Central Tokyo

by GrumpyDiver

We stayed at the Pearl Kyabacho. It's about one km from the main Tokyo station; a short taxi ride or a short subway ride and perhaps a 5 minute walk. Rooms were nice and price was quite reasonable.

http://www.pearlhotels.jp/en/kayabacho/index.html

Re: Hotel in Central Tokyo

by SfumatoPants

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Re: Hotel in Central Tokyo

by ankodaisuki

Hi, I'm Japanese and live in Tokyo.

It depends on what you do and where you go.
If you just want to go sightseeing to famous area, any hotels around stations of Yamanote Line are enough.

If you want to save money, I recommend Business Hotel.

http://www.apahotel.com/~language/en/index.html
http://www.toyoko-inn.com/eng/index.html

Their service are not special like luxuary hotels, but clean, safe, and located near stations.

Transferring station in Tokyo are Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ikebukuro, Ginza, or Ueno.

Re: Hotel in Central Tokyo

by honsyu

We stayed here http://www.ezchoicehotels.com/
good, not expensive hotel, it is just 5 min from Tokyo Station by Yamanote line.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Backpack is more convenient than a wheeler luggage

by joiwatani

Backpack is better. There are many stairs in Japan because the train in Tokyo are underground - so you have to climb the stairs to get up to the level of the roads. Also, once you are in the shinkansen or train, it is more convenient for a traveller to have a backpack -easier to get in and out of the train. You have to be quick and fast in catching trains so to have a wheelie bag is not even an option - for me.

Tokyo Tip

by rcoville

This is probably the safest and cleanest of all the large cities I have visited. The people have a natural respect for everyone else around them. We walked everywhere, day or night, in perfect safety. The only blemish is the humidity ... it does get stifling there and even a short walk outside will leave you literally drenched.

Dedicated to my VTFriend Zlur

by manuelEB

Short lived flower

They were radiant few days ago...Beautiful cherry blossoms are the excuse to have an outdoor party called "Hanami". Millions et, dance and sing under the Sakura trees. The fragile flower will be gone with wind few days later...Are they equally beautiful scattered between stones? It is a budhist phrase. Althouhg, I am not a religious person (not at all!) it makes sense to me: Saku Sakura, Chiru Sakura. Which translates as Blossom Sakura, Scattered Sakura. It is up to you to give this phrase a meaning. Could Roberta's motto an equivalent? :
"Never expect too much and you`ll never be disappointed!"

Smoking Areas

by machomikemd

One in four Japanese smoke. Smoking is popular among high school students, who can easily get hold of cigarettes despite a law banning children from buying them. About 1/2 of Japanese adults smoke too so you can see lots of cigarette vending machines. There is a law in Japan that bans smoking in public and air conditioned areas except in designated smoking areas. the fine if you are caught smoking in public outside of these designated areas is 20,000 yen ($ 208) so would strongly advise smokers to just smoke in the designated areas, you can ask people on where these smoking areas are.

How to meet girls in Tokyo~~

by jaypride

It seems easy.. just walk up to a girl and talk and you might get a date with her... !! That's how Japanese guys date girls...

It is really amazing to see how guys try to date girls on street... especially at night in Kabukicho, those guys would gang up and approach girls and ask them to go out and have a drink.. or have a date with them~ and its like some very normal practice that the girls would talk to them and actually go out with them or exchange phone numbers~~!

If you want to keep those guys away from you, just reply in English and they will vanish away~~~~~

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 Tokyo Bay Makuhari

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Address: 2-3, Hibino, Mihama-ku, (formerly Makuhari Prince Hotel), Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, 261-8525, Japan