Nice and clean
Very convenient location less than 5 minutes walk to Gotanda station, Lots of convenience stores and restaurants around the block. Yet it is very quiet and off the busy,busy intersections. Full size beds (larger than Twin) were very nice and room is larger than most hotels.
Parking lot needs a good seeeping.
Easy to get to. Nice rooms. Staff was very accommodating and helpful.
Our room was very small, but this may be typical for Tokyo. We upgraded to a deluxe double room and it was better. The beds were too hard. Our room was too hot and we learned that there is one thermostat for the entire building. So, while the lobby was nice a cool, our room was too warm. The breakfast ...
Hidden property but nice staff, clean rooms, and great breakfast.
When I booked this hotel, the room I got was a twin room which includes in the description up to 2 children. I'm was going with my husband and 2 kids. I sent a message to the hotel via Expedia to make sure they will accommodate my 2 kids, and it took them forever to respond. 4 messages later, I just ...
Old but convenient location, super close from meguro eki
Sitting at the southern tip of the JR Yamanote Line loop, Shinagawa is one of Tokyo’s main railway hubs, bubbling with activity and action. The Tokaido Shinkansen services Shinagawa Station, opening up Tokyo to all points south. With many corporate headquarters and branch offices, Shinagawa’s shining towers are home to numerous top-rated restaurants, showrooms, and of course, quality hotels and accommodations.
While technically in Minato Ward and not Shinagawa Ward, the area outside Shinagawa Station’s West Exit is not to be missed for café fans. Known as Takanawa, this area is famous for chic cafes and stylish pâtisseries. If you head out the opposite exit to Shinagawa Commons, you will find a plethora of restaurants catering to all tastes and budgets and covering both Japanese and Asian/Western cuisine.
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As in many of Tokyo’s neighborhoods, Shinagawa effortlessly combines tradition and history with modernity and flair. If you cross the Meguro River into the Gotanda area, the old Tokyo streetscape still lives on. Street patterns still follow the same paths laid down at the beginning of the Edo Period. A stroll through Shinagawa is one of the best ways to spend a relaxing Tokyo afternoon. September brings a yearly street festival in the Aomonoyokocho neighborhood, complete with Edo-style booths. Why not try Shinagawa for your Tokyo trip? Why not book through Expedia to get the best rates and widest selection?