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Tokyo Sakura Hotel
3.8/513 Reviews
The B&B is very good, affordable, clean and quiet, and the owner is warm, thoughtful and attentive. There are two large subway stations near the B&B, which is very convenient to go out. There are many cheap and good restaurants near the subway stations. It is very close to the Sky Tree attraction and is very convenient to Asakusa. Especially it is more convenient to go to Narita Airport. It’s also cheap. You can take the subway Keisei-Narita Airport Line near his home for 1,190 yen. I will choose his restaurant next time I go to Tokyo.
YOSHIFUSA TOKYO
4.8/53 Reviews
Referring to the picture of the self-service check-in method in the contact email, check-in was smooth in no time. The B&B is very clean and has complete facilities. The surrounding area is quite quiet and close to the station, so traveling is convenient. What I like better is that you can reach the Skytree on foot and spend two days shopping and eating. There is a 7-11 convenience store very close to the B&B, which is very convenient for buying snacks. I would recommend it to friends who want to visit Tokyo.
Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido
4.3/529 Reviews
The room is small and warm, and the door lock also uses a combination lock, which is quite convenient. The hotel's breakfast is also quite good. I will come here again next time, and I hope I can still live in this room.
Ikidane Residential Hotel Sumida Kyojima
4/56 Reviews
About 10 minutes walk to Tokyo Tree Quiet community with convenience stores nearby The room has enough space, but there are 3 flights of stairs Large-scale shopping malls are more stressful, but the price/performance ratio is good
HOTEL MYSTAYS Kameido
4.3/5256 Reviews
The location is good. It’s right next to a large mall with a supermarket. There is also a Lawson right next to it. Not only that, but it iis only an 10 minute walk away from the train station. Our room was pretty small but there was a closet which made it more convenient to organize. The bathroom is renovated but the sink outside is very old. The worst part about the hotel was that there was a sewage smell coming from the bathroom sometimes.
Refre Forum
3.9/55 Reviews
The hotel room is small, it is tatami, the hotel service is not good, there is no room cleaning service during the day. The room bathroom is very small. This room can accommodate up to three people and barely live in four people. You can save money.

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