What is the capsule accommodation?
The typical capsule accommodation is mainly composed of two sections. The one is the shared lounge space including the big bath and the other is the private space where guests sleep in the capsule room. Each capsule unit is made of the reinforced plastic and is imagined from a cockpit of space shuttle. The dimensions of the unit (width depth height) are 1100 2000 1100. In the unit, all necessary amenities are provided such as TV, Radio, alarm clock, and adjustable lights. All devices can be reached by hands and controlled from lying position. With these equipments, the total fee is just about JPY 3,300 including the charge of sauna. In addition to regular customers stated as above, foreigners and a number of tourists from overseas are attracted by the popular price and the functional facilities.
Cosmo Plaza Akabane is a capsule hotel only for men in Akabane. Here is a town where the friendly atmosphere of the downtown areas in Tokyo, Japan. There are many Japanese-style bars of around our hotel. Therefore, it is the best for the person who likes Japanese popular culture.
From 3:00 PM (15:00)
Before 10:00 AM
-Extending your stay
If you say later than 10:00 AM there is an extra charge of 500 Yen per 1 hour.
Please note that guests who stay 2 nights or more are required to go out of the room with all the belongings by 10AM everyday. This is due to daily facility cleaning. Lockers for luggage available. You may come back after 3PM.
Our hotel does not require a cancellation charge.
When there is not communication and does not stay, one hotel guest is accompanied and has 100% of the hotel charges as a cancellation fee.
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