Nihonbashi Villa - Tokyo35.69526, 139.78351
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Hotels Recommended by Guests in Japan
Nihonbashi Villa is a 2-star property only 2.5 km from Sensoji Temple . The hotel is a good example of imperial architecture in Tokyo.
The hotel is placed 25 minutes' walk from Ueno. The center of Tokyo is 9 km away from the venue.
This hotel is placed in Sumida Ward district, known for a museum, a palace and a temple.
A 20-minute stroll will take you to Ningyocho subway station. Nihonbashi Villa is located within 20 km from Haneda airport.
Non-smoking rooms feature climate control, a private safe, flat-screen television, a trouser press and a DVD player. They offer en suite bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Serving a wide range of dishes, Osakanahonpo Taikochaya and Dakushin can be reached within 5 minutes’ walk.
Guests can make use of laundry, ironing service and shopping service on site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
High-speed internet access is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of floors: 10. Number of rooms: 181.
- Self-service laundry
- Dry cleaning
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Air conditioning
- Living room
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- In-room sink
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Internet television
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
120 sq. feet
1 Double bed
1 Double bed
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 1 Semi-double bed
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
nicely and tastefully refurbished room. free wireless internet in the lobby - although this seems logic in a country like japan in 2011, this was the only hotel during our stay that offered this..
we payed extra for a bigger bed, which was ok, but the room itself is still really small though :-) but all in all, no negative feelings really. oh yes, the subway stop close to the hotel is a smaller one, which means that only the "local" trains stop there, and not the "limited express" ones. this can be a pain during the later hours! i think we once waited for 40min.. at no other occasion during our stay in japan we waited longer than 2min. i think..
Cleanliness of my room
The window pane in my room produced a disturbing noise. I failed to establish the cause but it had something to do with vibration because the noise would stop if I pressed out the window pane.
A very clean hotel. Very comfortable bed. Quick and efficient check in and check out. Very reasonable price. A short walk from the nearest stations. Easy & quick access to akihabara and then the rest of tokyo.
1. Hotel restaraunt - food is very cheap. But poor quality & services is bad. 2. NO PC AVAILABLE IN THE LOBBY WITH INTERNET ACCESS. 3. WE HAD NO PROBLEM. BUT "LARGE PEOPLE" WOULD FIND THE BATHROOM VERY SMALL.
Very clean rooms / new towels everyday. Friendly and helpful staff at reception.
Very small room/bathroom but if you are aware of this, it wont be any problem.
I was surprised by a quality of this hotel. It is much better than I expected. Yes, the room is very shallow, but it has everything that you need and it is very comfortable. The staff is really nice and 150% helpfull. Don't hesitate to ask them about how to get here and there, about any tours and places of interest. The location is also very good. It is just few steps from the c4 exit of bakurocho(?) subway station. And about 3 minutesbwalking from Asakusabashi JR station. I also managed to walk by foot from the hotel to the Emperor's palace. (about 40min) All in all next time I am in Tokyo I stay there for sure
It would be better if they had wifi not only in lobby but in the rooms too (not just cable internet). And also I'd prefer an international power units(I couldn't plug in my laptop in the room
We enjoyed this side of town more so than the western wards and Ueno. Definitely less frenetic.... We were able to walk to Asakusa and the Edo Tokyo Museum. Akihabara is a hike but doable..... Metro & jr train within two blocks of the hotel...... Convenient food places & 24hr. Markets very close-by. On the walk tothe metro station is an intriguing canal & local area of shops....Hotel is on a main street but our room on main street side was very quiet as well as the hallway traffic even though hotel was full.....The lobby is staffed 24hrs which does not occur at some other inns & apartments.
Our double be room was small for U.S. standards- ok for a couple or parent w/child but maybe too tight for two single friends sharing. Note: We did not have the 'larger' room for 2.....As of June 2011, there was not free internet in the room but free Wi-Fi in the lobby. No drinks/food in lobby permitted which may cramp some user's style.
Very friendly employees, nice business hotel.
the staffs who have good communication and the hotel is clean.
Friendly staff, good location, easy to get to with direct train from Narita and close to Asakusa.
Footpath outside seems to be a commuter route and has cyclists going past at dangerous speeds, my girlfriend got clipped by one, so keep an eye out! Room had been smoked in, smell not too bad, but not fresh either. Not very good advice from staff about cash machines, if you need cash out of bank hours just head to the nearby 7/11.
Price, friendliness of staff and their ability to speak english, and although the rooms are small they are clean and comfortable.
Location not the best in terms of the main districts in Tokyo but the subway is a 5 minute walk away.
Great location, wonderful staff, fantastic Japanese-style breakfast, value for money
The service, cleanliness of the rooms, close proximity to jr Station.
Friendly staff, very clean room, good location to train station.
Clean, easy to find, close to train and subway stations, reasonable rate. The semi-double room is very small, but if you only want somewhere to sleep and take a shower, it's completely adequate.
The location is great, the Japanese-style breakfast a fantastic value, the room was clean and comfortable; in short, the hotel provided me with everything I needed.