Looking for a place to stay in Sumida? Then look no further than Lotte city hotel Kinshicho, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Sumida to your doorstep.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and baggage storage while staying at Lotte City Hotel Kinshicho Hotel. In addition, Lotte City Hotel Kinshicho Hotel offers breakfast, which will help make your Sumida trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Hoon-ji Temple (0.4 mi) and Tower View Street (0.5 mi), guests of Lotte city hotel Kinshicho can easily experience some of Sumida's most well known attractions.
While in Sumida be sure to experience local dumplings favourites at Ginza Tenryu Tokyo Soramachi or Bandaisan.
Best of all, Lotte City Hotel Kinshicho Hotel makes it easy to experience some great Sumida attractions like Battledore Museum, which is a popular history museum.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Lotte city hotel Kinshicho as you experience everything Sumida has to offer.
LOTTE CITY HOTEL KINSHICHO The concept of the hotel is a relaxing space where you can great the morning with a good night's sleep on a Simmons bed where you can relax in a great location overlooking the Tokyo Sky Tree. A various of breakfast buffets are also a popular plan for guests with perfect corona measures. ※ロッテシティホテル 錦糸町 は… JR錦糸町駅徒歩1分 お口の恋人 ロッテ のホテル 駅側の夜景は 東京ゲートブリッジや 東京タワー まで 素敵な夜景に驚愕します。 反対側からは 東京スカイツリーがクッキリ!! 錦糸町っていいわぁーって声が出ます。 設備もアメニティも現代的でスタイリッシュ。 バスタブがないのがネックですが 綺麗ないいホテルです。
I chose the hotel as it was in a decent location, was fairly new and had a decent nightly rate. Positives are that it is literally on top of one of the Hanzomon subway line stations, and accessible in B2 level at exit 5 from the Kinshicho subway station. Also, my rate came with daily breakfast on the 4th floor. While I appreciated the breakfast included with my rate, I found it quite repetitive over the 8 nights I was there. Not much changed at all in the buffet. Also I believe the food is made somewhere else and warmed up at the hotel as the area isn't large enough to have a kitchen to make it all. Most of the clientele is Japanese, so you will find most of the food is catered to Japanese which is fine, but make note of that if you are looking to stay there from a Western country. You won't find very much that you are used to. They do have some croissants, and tiny slices of bread, but no cereal. The bacon when they have it is sort of steamed and not fried. And the eggs that they have available everyday are the traditional Japanese style that I see at many Japanese hotels, kind of an egg soup. Essentially look like quite undercooked scrambled eggs. It isn't a mistake, it just seems to be how Japanese like their eggs. So I ended up having croissants, fried chicken, some potato dish and ice cream with chocolate sauce for breakfast. They do have daily chocolate and vanilla ice cream that is good and serve scoops yourself. They also have a chocolate fountain with quality chocolate flowing. One other good thing is they have Lotte koala shaped pancakes available everyday. With a few syrups available or use the chocolate fountain chocolate. One recommended thing they also have in the buffet which was delicious was the "hot chocolate". It was literally hot chocolate, thick and rich. I guess expected from Lotte who makes chocolates as well as other things. Another bonus for those inclined, is that they use the restaurant as a place to clear out chocolate and cookies that are nearing best before date. So you can take a couple boxes or packages home every day you eat at the restaurant. They don't say it, but look at the packaging and they will always expire the following month. Not a big deal as it is free, and it is a good way for them to make customers happy and not have to throw all the expired food out to the garbage. I had a laugh everyday with some young guy sitting in a corner with a bag, and he would go every 5 minutes to get one more item from food area, and pop by and get more boxes of the free cookies/chocolate and stuff them into his bag. Essentially I don't think he was eating much, just taking his time to fill his bag with the freebies and thinking no one would notice. I did, and found it funny to watch. For the room, it was decent sized as I was solo. Had a double bed, with enough room for me, and the shower was decent sized and had good water pressure. Toilet though is right in the bedroom so you had better be there alone hehe. I found, as I usually find in asian hotels, that the bed wasn't very comfortable and gave me a sore back for several nights until I got used to it. It was a little softer than most asian hotel beds, but still not like a western style Serta or Simmons bed. Some booking websites like hotels.com list the bed as a Select Comfort, it is not. Would I stay there again? If the rate was the same, I may consider it as generally was great value when booking in advance. Just have to get used to the bed, and the food available in the buffet if included in your room rate.…
I stayed for 12 nights at this hotel on a business trip (and prior to this stay, I have stayed many times before). After checking out, I asked if I could use the lounge (this hotel does not really have a lobby, and the sitting area where one can wait requires a key card). The front desk gave an emphatic no, saying to me condescendingly that I can no longer use the lounger after checkout. This was quite a shock and unexpected, especially in a place like Japan. I 'negotiated' and asked to spend at least one hour as I needed to make a few business calls. She grudgingly relented and reminded me, again emphatically, 'one hour only!' I travel extensively for work and I rarely get this kind of treatment, anywhere. Everything else that was positive (clean rooms, good location) has been negated by this one terrible experience.…
Really enjoyed my 7 night stay here. For the price paid (approx £60 a night including breakfast) this was really good value for hotels of a comparable standard and room size and I was really glad I ended up booking this instead of similarly priced APA or Comfort Hotel options. Really appreciated the comfortable bed and the excellent housekeeping service. The bedsheets and pyjamas were changed every day and even the shower/shampoo bottles were topped up. The shower is quite powerful and was nice to have a smallish deep soak bath tub after a long day sightseeing. Room size felt more cozy than small at 17m2 but was just big enough for two people and two large cases. If you need extra hangers, then it’s probably best to hop across to the Daiso 100 yen store in the shopping centre. Breakfast was of a good quality with lots of Asian and Western options and you can help yourself to free chocolate and other Lotte branded confectionary. Foreign language channels on the TV are limited to CNN or any dubbed material on NHK where you can change the audio track. Really appreciated the free WiFi and also the ability to stream TV/Video content from a mobile/tablet to the TV. The hotel sits next to Kinshicho JR station on the Sobu Rapid and Chuo local lines. Not that you would hear the trains as the sound proofing was really good. Hardly heard a peep from room neighbours or outside. The JR Sobu Line to and from the airport stops outside ¥1342 each way with a Suica card or on a mobile phone version of the Suica Card and really easy to get around Tokyo on the JR lines or the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line. The local area is full of lots of shops and restaurants too which are worth exploring. For those worried about returning to Narita airport for a morning flight from during rush hour may wish to consider this as the train heading out of Tokyo isn’t too packed. Really recommend this excellent budget option for exploring Tokyo! …
This hotel was comfortable..convenient and served a very nice breakfast.. both Japanes and western breakfast. This was the first hotel I stayed in on my first trip to Japan and it was an excellent beginning.