If you’re looking for a budget friendly hotel in Marunouchi, look no further than Hotel Heimat.
The rooms offer air conditioning, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
While visiting Marunouchi, you may want to try some dumplings at one of the nearby restaurants, such as T's TanTan Tokyostation.
Should time allow, Marunouchi, Mitsuo Aida Museum, and Idemitsu Museum are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Hotel Heimat looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
If you use the JR pass and want to have the Tokyo Station as a base for a while this is very close and excellent value. The owner, Mr Taka-san, has more maps than a tourist centre and hours of helpful advise. When you arrive via Shinkansen take the Yaesu Central exit and it is just across the road. Rooms are small (typical in Japan) but entirely functional. There is complementary cold/hot water in the hallway with Green tea. One suggestion would be to get a higher floor if you can (we stayed on the 2nd and 3rd floor overlooking entrance due to a twin bed requirement) as it is quite noisy from the street activity (Japanese business men/girls with maybe one too many Sake's and delivery vans who like to slam their doors). I would still stay here again as Mr Taka-san made it all worthwhile. There is a doorway with direct access to the Tokyo station next to the entrance.…
Quality price not that bad compare other hotels. At least clean and polite service around. The rooms are very small. Internet connections didn’t work good but at the reception they tried to make it works.
This is a tidy and economy sized, warm and comfortable hotel but the best thing about this little hotel is its staff, and in particular Mr T Nakamura (sorry if I've got the spelling wrong). When my wife lost her passport Mr Nakamura became "our man in Tokyo". He found the embassy for us, He printed us maps. He organised transport. He took care of our luggage and he generally made sure that everything worked out fine. You might be able to find fancier accommodation in Tokyo, but you will not find better management anywhere
I stayed at this hotel for 6 nights with my family and the experience was excellent for a business hotel. The room was a bit tight, but it was clean and the staff is very helpful. If you want to have a Japanese breakfast, you can ask for 500 yen coupons to eat at Hatsufuji.
I second guessed my decision to the extent I asked to see a room, walked away, found my printed free breakfast coupon and returned. As a single female traveler, I didn't quite gawk when the gentleman at the front desk gave me a 2am mandatory return to dorm time...whew. I did not enjoy the breakfast, but it was healthy, and it saved me to some extent. I would return if in a similar situation...