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Hotel Horidome Villa

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8.0
Excellent
3,534 reviews
+81 3-3664-0840

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Restaurant
Air-conditioned
No Smoking

Budget-Friendly Tokyo Villa in Business District

Convenient Tokyo Location

The Tokyo Hotel Horidome Villa is in the Nihonbashi neighborhood and close to Tokyo’s business district. It is also just over 20 minutes from the Haneda Airport.

Sites to See in Tokyo

Guests of the hotel can enjoy dining at the on-site Yamada Mongol restaurant and make use of the 24/7 business center. Nearby attractions include Disneyland, the Imperial Palace Garden, and Mitsui Memorial Museum.

Inexpensive Amenities for Businesspeople

This is a basic business hotel with prime amenities for travelers. Complimentary toiletries include a toothbrush, free Japanese nightwear called a yukata, refrigerator, and free wireless and wired Internet access.

 

 

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1-10-10 Nihonbashi Horidome-cho Chuo-ku
Tokyo, 103-0012
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User Highlights
8.0
Excellent
Location
"Close to Tokyo train station" "You can walk to Tokyo Station"
Near to public transport, according to 97%.
98% liked the proximity to shopping.
WiFi
"Free internet services" "Internet for free"
80% said the wifi quality was great.
100% thought it was a great value.
Service
"Cleaning service excellent" "Excellent counter service"
97% found the staff to be very friendly.
82% said the reception staff was great.
Breakfast
"Breakfast is not available" "No breakfast"
Room
"Could not open the window" "There was no ventilation"
91% said rooms were small.
Only 56% said rooms were clean enough.
Comfort
"There was no ventilation" "Mattress thin"
91% said rooms were small.
71% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.

Good to know...

Close to public transport
Rooms could be larger
Beds need improvement
Great shopping
Expert Reviews
oyster.com
The budget Hotel Horidome is located in Tokyo's Chuo District, a two-minute walk to Kodemmacho subway station, in an area with traditional restaurants, Shinto shrines, and artisan shops.