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Unbelievable, my worst 3 nights staying in the hotel in life. I couldn’t sleep at all!! The air conditioning unit didn’t work individually. After the 1st night, I asked the front desk why I couldn’t change the temperature setting for my a/c, I told them...More
Response from アパホテル三田駅前, Clerk at APA Hotel Mita EkimaeResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking time to write for comment.
The our a/c is batch management system.but we could control a/c to be blast.
It's our apology that we should have explained to you more clearly.
Also we usually use mesh pillow but if we...More
I was very pleased with my stay at this hotel. They provided more amenities in the room than I am used to at this price point (a fridge, a kettle, a razor, slippers...to name a few). Everything was clean and comfortable. The room was quiet....More
Response from アパホテル三田駅前, Desk at APA Hotel Mita EkimaeResponded 1 June 2017
Thank you very much for your review.
Cause we have confidence on selecting amenities, we are also happy to hear that.
It is as you already wrote, our hotel stands near Tokyo subway Mita station & JR Tamachi station. Cause hotel guests will get high...More
Tiny rooms, clean but restroom smells like mildew. The pillows provided are really flat, but the upside of this hotel is their ac, we blasted it. Short walk to train stations/ subway. Also very quiet area.
Response from アパホテル三田駅前, Desk at APA Hotel Mita EkimaeResponded 11 July 2017
Thank you for your stay. we apologize that smell in the bathroom.
if you'd like, please feel free to ask other (normal) pillow which we'd used ever.
we're looking forward to seeing you again someday.
Recently stayed at the APA Mita Ekimae. This is a typical Japanese business hotel with compact (for that read small) rooms where everything just about works. The room was clean and the bathroom tiny but very functional. A desk was included so working not a...More
Response from アパホテル三田駅前, Desk; Ogata at APA Hotel Mita EkimaeResponded 18 November 2016
Thank you very much for your stay and review also.
as you already wrote, our hotel stands near tokyo subway Mita station & JR tamachi station, so hotel guests will get high accesibility for business and sightseeing.
We're looking forward seeing you again.
Booked a room for a family of 4. Ended up with two tiny rooms. No working air conditioning and a building site across the road operating a crane at 10 pm at night. So the only help on offer, open the window, not helpful if...More
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Response from アパホテル三田駅前, フロントスタッフ at APA Hotel Mita EkimaeResponded 14 April 2016
This time Thank you for using the APA Hotel <MITA-EKIMAE>. Regard to air conditioning, things we multiplied inconvenience our customers, apologize. The hotel's air-conditioning equipment is ordered and collectively centralized management. I think happy if you can understand. The future, so that it served the...More
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