Welcome to our newly refurbished hotel, opened in mid-August 2009!
Are you looking for a cozy and reasonable place to stay in Tokyo?
Come enjoy our quiet and clean accommodations.
Welcome to our newly refurbished hotel, opened in mid-August 2009.
Meigetsu boasts reasonably-priced and exceedingly accommodations of the highest quality. Stay with us and let us make your next visit to Tokyo both comfortable and memorable.
Let Meigetsu be your home away from home.
-Single rooms; each with a TV, an air-conditioner, a small desk, and lan access,
-Free broadband lan access (wireless and cable),
-Common kitchen, where you can prepare your own meal,
-Two showerrooms and a bathroom with a wide bathtub, and
-Clean toilets with washlet (shower toilets)
From Narita Airport, Senju-Ohashi station is the nearest to our hotel and it's also the cheapest way!
From Narita Airport (80 min.)
[to Senju-Ohashi station, 950 yen]
-Take a Keisei Line express to Aoto station,
-Change trains at Aoto from an express to a local train,
-Get off at Senju-Ohashi station!
From Haneda Airport (50 min.)
[to Minami-Senju station for 860 yen]
-Take Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsu-cho station,
-Take JR (Keihin Tohoku/Yamanote Line) to Ueno station,
-Change trains at Ueno, take Joban line,
-Get off at Minami-Senju station!
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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Good value. Only the location is a bit far from subway. Very clean place.
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A great place to stay! The staff are friendly and the whole place is clean really good value for money! The free wifi and TVs in rooms are nice and I plan to stay again! The only things that bothered me are that it's a little far from the station (about a 10 minute walk) and there are no mirrors in the rooms.
Definitely the best you can get for your money!
The staff is very nice and helpful, they even took the time to help me filling out japanese forms with me and writing down instructions for me how to travel to various spots in Tokyo. The staff is speaking very good english and they take everyones oppinion serious.
I have read someones review here that mentioned their internet connection was not well enough and they now have high speed (I downloaded seriously with 6 MB per second!!!) internet LAN ports on every room and they replaced the coin operated lobby PC with a much better and faster one for FREE. Plus they now also have wireless internet for free, so iphone and laptop users can even phone home via skype and stay in contact with home.
I have already stayed here 2 times and would never chose any other hotel in Tokyo. The rooms may appear quite small to westerners, but trust me i have been at hotels that had smaller rooms where you even had problems to store your luggage. The rooms are extremely clean, have well working air conditioning with remote control, a flat screen TV with alarm clock (english instructions for all tech stuff are provided!), a clothes hanger and a large shelf.
Smokers must go outside, but thats not really a problem as there is a roof in front of the hotel, so even in heavy rain the smokers wont get wet.
There are 2 showers which are very clean and free shampoo, conditioner and body soap is provided. There is also a japanese style bath and a lobby featuring a 42 inch TV and a convenient table to have a meal with friends and family. The lobby PC is very nice as it features an english Operating system with Skype, msn and firefox preinstalled, making it very convenient to use for us foreigners.
The kitchen is equipped with a cooking place, microwave and toaster, so whether you are after a quick snack or a real breakfast you can be your own chef. If your cooking skills are sub-par the staff provides the typical instant noodle bowls for just 100 Yen (like 1 dollar), so noone has to starve. There is a free tea dispenser which luckily also provides hot water for us lovers of instant coffee or hot chocolate.
The large common area refridgerator can be used to hold your own food and drinks fresh and also includes a freezer which provides you with ice cubes for your drinks.
The coin operated laundry is very convenient, so if you run out of clothes you can quickly wash and dry them. Laundry soap, toothbrushes and various other stuff can be bought at the front desk for reasonable prices - a small pack of laundry soap is just 50 yen and suitable for a whole bag of clothes.
The vending machine in the entry area is also priced rather low with 100 yen for a softdrink or canned coffee.
The Hotel is located in a small side alley so if its your first stay my advise would be to print the handy map from their website. But you will learn to love the location - not being on the main street like other hotels it also is much calmer. Minami-Senju station is just around 10 minutes walk by foot and connects you with 3 main subway lines that directly bring you to the most important places within minutes.
Well in sum there is really nothing bad i could say about Meigetsu, since they improved the internet it definitely is perfect. I have stayed at many other cheap hotels in minami-senju and Meigetsu is not just the cheapest - ironically it is also by far the cleanest and best. Make sure you make your reservation as early as possible as they are often booked out for months. Definitely a home away from home.
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A bit difficult to find off internet instructions. A bit of a walk from station. . Only JR line. Quiet area. Very clean. In private room, quiet hostel. Owners very pleasant & helpful..good English. Have to pay for internet.
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