Great location, very clean and modern. The rooms are small but comfortable for single person.
A very good place to stay in Ueno. It’s in a great location...staff is super friendly and professional. I enjoyed my stay immensely.
The hotel was very convenient to trains, local restaurants, and shopping for both “mom & pop” businesses to high end chains. Also, besides the staff being welcoming and willing to work with me on certain items, the staff was English speaking. That was a major plus.
Very good hotel. Very clean and location is good for tracking. Walking 10 mins to station.
the place is for women only. so protective. and i love that
Expected what we got for the price. No complaints about the place. It was cheap, close to the station, tiny without the luxury of s 5 star hotel. The bed was small, the doona, pillows and linen were very comfortable
Don't like the early checkout time
This hotel is close to the metro and to the direct line to the airport. Close walking distance to the Royal museum and the amazing Ueno Park, Science Museum, Tokyo Zoo, and boutique shopping. Also in the middle of a traditional food/restaurant/shopping markets. The hotel staff spoke English, very ...
The room was very traditional looking. It was quite an enjoyable experience. They also offered cutely wrapped skin care sets (red for women and green for men). However, we must have been on a smoking floor because the whole floor smelled of cigarettes. Luckily the smell didn’t enter our room, though. ...
The Ueno neighborhood is largely centered on venerable Ueno Station and the nearby Ueno Park, Zoo, and Shinobazu Pond. As one of Japan’s oldest train stations, the sense of history and tradition is palpable. This can not only be felt in the station itself, but throughout the restaurants, shops, and museums which make Ueno a highlight of Tokyo’s Shita-matchi area.
Ueno Zoo, situated in Ueno Park, has animal displays which appeal to all ages – including pandas! Ueno Park is also home to 10 separate museums, presenting notable works of art on permanent display or as part of travelling collections from other world-famous museums. The Tokyo National Museum in particular has an excellent collection of both Japanese and Western pieces.
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For shopping of all stripes, we suggest checking out the Ameyoko shopping district; Higashi Ueno is famous for its Korean markets and goods. Ueno restaurants cover a broad selection of cuisine types, including tempura, unagi (eel), and of course, ramen. Selecting a Ueno hotel close to the station and these shopping areas will let you take full advantage of shopping hours, so keep this in mind when choosing.
If you’re arrival point to Tokyo is through Narita International Airport, Ueno makes a convenient location to book a hotel, as it takes just 40 minutes by the Skyliner train to reach Ueno Station from Narita. Ueno has easy access to Narita, allowing you to take further advantage of early morning and late-night flights. You’re also just a few short minutes by subway from Asakusa and Akihabara. Find your Ueno hotel with Expedia today and book knowing you received the best rate and widest selection!"
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