With a stay at Hotel MyStays Nihonbashi in Tokyo (Nihonbashi), you'll be minutes from Sankoinari Shrine and Sugimori Shrine. This aparthotel is close to Tokyo Imperial Palace and Sensoji Temple.
Make yourself at home in one of the 99 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. 22-inch LCD televisions with digital programming provide entertainment, while complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include phones and desks, and you can also request irons/ironing boards.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include luggage storage and coffee/tea in the lobby. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Low cost for Tokyo and good internet. Room had microwave and fridge so could do some limited self catering. Was close to metro stop.
I was caught out by early check-in close, fortunately there is a night person who was able to open up and give me room key; but i recommend that if staying at this hotel you arrive before 2200
It is quite near to the train stations, and with friendly staff. It also provided the basic needs in the room, except for wifi connection.
No wifi, only LAN cable.
That it wasn't a problem cancelling my other intended nights, so I could leave for another hotel the following day.
The room was on the second floor, one window facing a wall, narrow and gloomy. The outside hallway was narrow too and fronted by an abandonned building (not exactly something you like to pass by at night. Or day.) The lobby was tiny, yellow and sad.
No daily clean up, no bath tower, very expensive for the comfort while it's very easy to find far better hotel in the same area and 40% less expensive.
Very friendly and helpfull staff. Although there english wasn't great, they were very patient and kept trying. Only 2 minutes away from the subwaystation. Lots of supermarkets and drinking and dining facilities around.
Although everything you need can be found in walking distance, for the real sightseeing spots and other things you want to see/do in Tokyo, you have to take the subway (though this didn't bother us too much). Couldn't get the internet to work on our laptop.