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Great location near Ikebukuro station within 5 mins walking distance (Exit C6 towards West of Ikebukuro station). Many restaurants and convenient stores nearby for quick bite
and shopping. Small room typical in Tokyo but great in-room facilities (e.g. washer/dryer, microwave oven and cutlery) and clean...More
Great stay, in a small double room single occupancy. The washer/dryer combo is great, brought my own Tide pods (used two) and loved it. However, the instructions require a bit of focus, and after a long flight I asked the front desk for a bit...More
Close to central metro, very convenient for traveling around. Nice room, small but typical for Japan. Very clean, you can make some coffee and bed is comfy. There is a washer where you can wash your own clothes. Great amenities.
I enjoyed the stay for one night although the room abit small.. is a clean and nice hotel. The breakfast is nice too(Japanese style fried rice and fish and bread...). Bic Camera(mall) is walking distance from the hotel. Quite nice for shopping and dining around...More
It's Tokyo so small but functional room. Great to have washer/dryer, effectively unlimited clothes. Iron on demand. Front desk spoke English well enough, hotel generally quiet. 5 minute stroll to the station. Myriad of dining options close by. Don't forget to visit the other side...More
Ikebukuro is an area of massive development. Several thousand tenants occupy two giant department stores and shopping malls, where all sorts of shopping and gourmet foods can be enjoyed. The 60-story building at the east entrance of the station, Sunshine City, is a landmark within Ikebukuro and features an aquarium, planetarium, theme park as well as an observation platform. The popular name for the western side of
this area is "Otome Road" (Maiden Road) and there are many shops selling products related to anime with a female theme. It has rapidly become the worldwide headquarters for ‘otaku’ or geek culture.
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Hi, Andreas. I stayed in Tokyu Stay Ikebukuro last month, for 2 nights. I also had the late night flight from Haneda to go home. Because I still had a seminar to attend until 5 p.m but the check out time was on 11 a.m, I... More
Hi, Andreas. I stayed in Tokyu Stay Ikebukuro last month, for 2 nights. I also had the late night flight from Haneda to go home. Because I still had a seminar to attend until 5 p.m but the check out time was on 11 a.m, I dropped my luggage at the receptionist after I checked out for temporary. You can leave your luggage for free there. The staff will list your stuffs & you will get a receipt. When you want to take your luggage, just show that receipt.
If the place you want to see around are far from the hotel, so it take time to get back there, you can put your luggage in the coin locker at the station. There are 3 size locker, S M L. For the L size, it costs 600-700 JPY/24 hours.
Have a nice trip to Japan. :)
Orchid. I am so sorry. I am afraid we did not explore the Narita Airport Limo Bus option. We took the Keisei Sky Liner to Nippori Station then JR Line to Ikebukuro Station. It cost around ¥2,700 total per person. With a... More
Orchid. I am so sorry. I am afraid we did not explore the Narita Airport Limo Bus option. We took the Keisei Sky Liner to Nippori Station then JR Line to Ikebukuro Station. It cost around ¥2,700 total per person. With a total Journey time of 1 hour from NRT to the doorstep of Tokyu Stay including the 5 minutes walk from Ikebukuro Station toTokyu Stay.