Tokyo Inn

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2-31-6 Kitamagome, Ota, Tokyo Prefecture, 143-0021 , Japan
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
12%
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Very Good
50%
4
Average
37%
3
Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 44% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families25
  • Couples50
  • Solo83
  • Business38

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Reasonable Price Accommodation

by Luckmui about Business Hotel

Its not diff to find a 4-5 stars hotels in Tokyo, like Crowne Plaza Tokyo which is located at Ikebukuro. (http://www.crowneplaza.tokyo.ichotelsgroup.com/)

But Toyoko Inn is another good choice with reasonable price. Actually Toyoko Inn hotel group has many hotels all over Japan. You can choose Ikebukuro and Shinjuku etc branch in Tokyo. I like its easy to make reservation through their website.

For Ikebukuro one, its near to the rail station. Only 4 minutes walk from the North Exit of JR Ikebukuro station to Toyoko Inn Ikebukuro Kita-guchi Hotel.

Like most of the hotel in Tokyo, Tokyo Inn's rooms are not too big. But its tidy and clean. And there is internet services provide in the lobby. Its convenience for you to check email or even online check-in to mark the seat for the return flight (thats what I do last time ).

For budget travellers, twin room only cost you Yen 9240 (ie. approx USD40 per person) and include simple Japanese breakfast (not much choice but taste is ok)

But there is no pool and gyms facilities....

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Glittery edifices cost lots of glitter too.Glittery edifices cost lots of glitter too.

Jumping just outside our awesome affordable hotel!Jumping just outside our awesome affordable hotel!

Cheap items!Cheap items!

Forum Posts

hotel with shuttle to disney?

by auztrav

Hi,

I am now coming mid June and want a hotel right near disney cheap Does anyone know how often the shuttle runs and times to and from the park or could find out for me?

Have heard there is a tokyo Inn, my stays and Dreamgate nesr disney?

Any other recommendations, must be right at the train line so not more walking than need be....single person not fussed in too much, even share bathroom...

Thanks

Re: hotel with shuttle to disney?

by Bilimari

From Dreamgate, you could walk to a train station (Maihama) and take a train to the next stop, which is TDL station. You could probably walk to the TDL without taking a train. http://www.jrhotelgroup.com/eng/hotel/eng151.htm
You can email them (info@hdgm.jp) about the shuttle services.

Tokyo Inn is away from Disneyland. They don't have any information related to TDL on their website, so probably no shuttle bus provided.

Re: hotel with shuttle to disney?

by auztrav

Hi,

Can you please let me know of other hotels with shuttles to disney or on limosine bus route?

Need a Hotel for early May 2009 - Urgent

by Sharon

Hi guys,

Im looking for recommendation for hotels in Tokyo
for May 10th.
it has to be in a convinient area and hopefuly not more
expensive then 100$ per night... anything you can recommend ?


Thanks,
Sharon.

Re: Need a Hotel for early May 2009 - Urgent

by SfumatoPants

http://www.superhotel.co.jp/

Re: Need a Hotel for early May 2009 - Urgent

by balhannah

I can recommend the Shinagawa Prince Hotel. Its in a good position near a major railway station. Room, service, breakfast, all very good. Check my accommodation tip on Tokyo for photos, etc. I am not sure of the price though, sorry.

Re: Need a Hotel for early May 2009 - Urgent

by sajomi

Hi,
I just cancelled our initial reservation for the 7th of May in Tokyo & booked a room in Best Western Shinjuku Astina (http://www.bw-shinjuku.com/eng/index.html) last week - they have a special fare to celebrate their first anniversary that is -50% for the executive & business rooms only.
Had a quick look on the website and there are still availabilities for the 10th starting at 10500 yen for a business double, executives cost slightly more.
It is a great price for Tokyo and the hotel seems very nice, too.
Only bad thing (according to online reviews) is the location in the outskirts of the "red light" district that may bother some people.
Good luck & have a nice trip!
Jo

Re: Need a Hotel for early May 2009 - Urgent

by Sharon

Thanks a lot for your help guys !
Most appreciated.

Happy travels.

Re: Need a Hotel for early May 2009 - Urgent

by shubhraji

Ueno First City Hotel, Tokyo Inn, Juyoh Hotel, Hotel Tateshina (Shinjuku) and Asakusa Ryokan Toukaisou etc are good. For more options, you may visit www.budgetjapanhotels.com/, http://travel.justluxe.com/ or tokyo.hotelscheap.org/ etc. Yes, travel plan also matters a lot in selecting the hotel at the most prominent place.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Tokyo Tip

by rmiya84778

When visiting Tokyo, there is one place I always visit in Nakano-ku Tokyo. I have dear friends who own motorcycle shop named Riders QR. To get there, I take many local trains, about 1 1/2 hours depending on time of day. To get to my friends shop, we must drive thru this one narrow street.

Mochi another Japanese Famous Sweets

by machomikemd

ahhh the Mochi, it is another japanese sweet icon, the mochi is a sweet, short-grained, very glutinous rice with a high starch content. Mochi is commonly used to make rice cakes, for which it is pounded in large tubs until it becomes extremely sticky. It is then formed into balls or squares, which can be found in Japanese markets. Mochi is also used in confections and rice dishes. Again this sweet snack is present everywhere in japan that every town and region has it's own style and kind of mochi with assorted fillings (my favorite is the green tea like mochi found near mount fuji) and you can buy them everywhere, in a konbini, a 2 piece mochi cost around 70 yen and the bigger ones cost about 700 yen for about 30 pieces, you should try it! the different type of mochi!

Polyreligiosity is common in Japan

by AKtravelers

One of the interesting cultural differences between Japan and the west is the way religion is incorporated into every day life, and this can be easily seen in Tokyo. Unlike western religions, which formally insist on exclusive fidelity appropriate to a marriage (the Pope frowns Catholics participating in Druid rites, for example), Japanese people are free to make offerings at a Buddhist temple on one day and a Shinto Shrine the next. Whereas the history (and present!) of the West is marked by inter-sect warfare, there is rarely conflict among religions in Japan and violent religious zealotry is not common. Furthermore, this spirit of polyreligiosity has made it easy for almost every Japanese to celebrate the Christian holiday of Christmas without bothering to become Christians -- something that makes the store-owners of Tokyo very happy!
...All that being said, surveys show that Japan is one of the least religious societies on earth. Maybe that explains their tolerance for the mixing of so many beliefs. The only times religious intolerance appeared in Japanese history was when the Christians were pushed out in the 1590s as Japan unified around the xenophobic Tokogawa Shoganate and during World War II, when the Emperor made Shinto the state religion and suppreseed Buddhism and other faiths.

Vending machines

by stmlnyc

You get can almost anything through vending machines in Japan and probably go through a whole day without having to speak to anyone.

And I've never had any problems (such as wrong items, wrong change, unaccepted bills) with them.

One thing I don't understand (in the picture) is why the larger can of Coke the same price as the smaller ones?

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Address: 2-31-6 Kitamagome, Ota, Tokyo Prefecture, 143-0021 , Japan