Amazing, clean hostel. Very comfortable feel, felt like home. Owner goes above and beyond to provide for the customers. She even provided us with cough medicine when we were coughing. I would absolutely stay here again.
**Note: Check in time was 6 p.m., and check out time was 10 a.m.
I had trouble connecting to the wifi with my tablet, but my boyfriend had no issue with his phone.**
Ok, it's close to Haneda airport. That part is good. The staff is excellent and very friendly. Provides free airport shuttle.
JAL City has two hotels there. Their upscale and their West Wing. On Kayak, at least when I looked at the two, the West Wing was a little more expensive. I thought that meant it was the better of the two. Nope. The restaurant, the large lobby are in the regular hotel. I'm assuming the more luxurious rooms may be also. West Wing is made of pre-fab units that are put together to make a hotel. Everything is cheaply made. The bathroom has the feel of a bathroom on a cruise ship. The rooms are small. Even the elevators have plastic buttons. It's built cheap. Location is close to airport but not to anything else. To get into Tokyo you have to walk a distance to take a train to get to a Metro. It is not easy for any English speakers to figure the transportation out.
Super clean and friendly staff. Good breakfast.
Terrible location of you want to explore Tokyo. I had to switch hotels.
Close to Anamori-iinari station, just a few minutes from Haneda
Check-in was poor - repeatedly and aggressively demanded ID even though I'm Japan-resident (the law changed 12 years ago!)
I arrived at haneda airport around 10 pm and had to stay near the airport. Just two stops away from haneda airport by keikyu line and so close to the station(anamoriinari station) only 2 mins by walk. room was small but good for solo travelers. And staff were so friendly.