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Decent sized room, large sized beds. All clean and properly maintained. Front desk staff were very polite and helpful, and spoke good English. The beds were a bit firm, but so are all beds in Japan!
Very short walk to Shinjuku station, and there is...More
First of all, room and bed were pretty decent. The TV was huge.
But the breakfast restaurant (not part of the hotel) is a nightmare. No buffet and only a Japanese menu for ordering a set course. The western food was not really a breakfast...More
We had no issues with the hotel, check-in was a breeze, the room was better than adequate, meals at the restaurant next door were reasonable and even better it's open 24 hours.
The reception staff did not speak fluent English, so guests with no Japanese...More
The service apartment completed its renovation last Dec. with new carpet, new washing machine- dryer n a more cosy lounge for in house guests!
Only set back is its new phone system is faulty n making outgoing calls was not possible during my stay. However...More
Catering for business travelers there is a lot wrong:
* wifi to slow in the evening so its often impossible to work from the apartment
* renovation takes place during weekend if you don ' t have to work
* no manuals in english
Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.
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Not sure if this is the limo bus you are referring to but there is a Narita Airport bus. Take the Narita airport bus line to either 1) Tokyo station, from Tokyo station JR Chuo line towards Hachioji and get off at Yotsuya... More
Not sure if this is the limo bus you are referring to but there is a Narita Airport bus. Take the Narita airport bus line to either 1) Tokyo station, from Tokyo station JR Chuo line towards Hachioji and get off at Yotsuya Station. 5 to 10 minute walk to Tokyu stay Yotsuya from the Yotsuya Station. 2) Take airport line to Ginza station. At Ginza station take Marunouchi line towards Shinjuku and get off at Yotsuya station. Be aware that the Marunouchi line you may have to walk up stairs at Yotsuya station to get to street level. (JR Yotsuya station they have a walkway to get to street level).
You can also take the trains, one route would be to take the Keisei line from the airport and get off at Keisei Funabashi station, then walk to Funabashi station (5 min walk) and take the JR Chuo line and get off at Yotsuya station. I took this route when I went to Japan, it was one of the cheapest ways to get to the hotel from Narita.