We stayed here two nights after returning from Kyoto. Lovely, well maintained hotel. Good restaurants and easy access to the metro. Also air terminal is across the street making departure for an international flight a breeze. Area around the hotel is fun too. Lots of small shops and restaurants. We'd definitely stay here again.
The hotel staff were attentive and friendly. The room and hotel were wonderful and the morning breakfast was quite good. The hotel is conveniently located close to the Tokyo tower and subway stations. They also have a shuttle to Narita airport that is convenient and much less expensive than a cab.
"Great location, good breakfast, room way too small"
Very small room and mini bathroom, despite the bed was decently comfortable.
If you're taller than 185 cm (6'1") it will be a struggle to use the bathroom.
The location is the best. Middle of Roppongi, walking distance to two metro stations and plenty of taxis around.
Very informative staff with English above average for Japan.
The hotel is actually named the 'Tokyo Rei' on the outside, with no reference to 'Shinbashi Atagoyama' on the signs outside. The location is good if you want to go to the towers, temples, etc. I didn't try the restaurant.
Traveller from Virginia Beach, VA
The 14-floor Shinbashi Atagoyama Tokyu Inn is located only three subway stops from cosmopolitan Ginza and one stop from …More
Read a few reviews complaining it was dirty but they were not specific in which area.I found that the top of the wardrobe full of dust and the window sill full of dust/dirt and the electrical switch besides the bed full of finger prints+the desk lan line.The electrical cleaning can be done by spraying cleaner to a cloth and with a rubber glove.This can easily be done every time someone checks out.
Problem with wifi dropping out but have many wifi to connect to with same password.
Another problem is reception is on level 1 and staff can not see you from their desk from entrance.Our family had over 6 luggage bags to carry to get to reception.Lift is at level 1.
We got the limosine bus from the airport which stopped at the Grand Hyatt and then a taxi to the hotel due to the many luggage we were carrying.
Free breakfast was for adults but had to pay for my child.
A few reviewers have said it is a adult area not for kids.Yes there are lots of clubs and bars and nightlife but it is not as blatant as say Nana in Bangkok.
To the good points.
We put into our search for an hotel in Tokyo with reviews over 4/5 plus free breakfast and free wifi plus less than £100 per night.From list given by Expedia read the comments/reviews on the each hotel.
1:Free breakfast for adults.Family loved the curry and Japanese rice.It was buffet style.Becareful of the salmon they have bones in them.
2:The room was big enough for 2 adults and a child.
3:Close to subway buy 1 day pass to see Tokyo ! Enjoy
Traveller from London
This contemporary and relaxing nine-story hotel is only two blocks from Roppongi crossing, the center of Tokyo’s …More
If Tokyo had a Las Vegas, it would be located here. Birthplace of the city’s 1960s disco scene, this area fostered its reputation as the place to party with the more recent inclusion of restaurants, nightclubs, and other forms of entertainment, such as cabarets and hostess clubs. It is also the place to rub shoulders with Western musicians and celebrities.