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Kichijoji Tokyu REI Hotel (Kichijoji Tokyu REI Hotel)


1-6-3 KICHIJOJIMINAMICHO, MUSASHINO,* (Kichijoji / Shimokitazawa / NakanoArea)

phone 0422470109

Review of Kichijoji Tokyu REI Hotel

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Reviewed:2019/06/23 1week stay
The hotel is besides the rail station and a few minutes away from Kichijoji Main Station. The surrounding is having many shopping centres, restaurants, eateries and just a few minutes away from the...
Reviewed:2019/06/12 Fantastic location...typical size
So this is a Japanese business hotel and it is very typical for the type. What does that mean? Well, the rooms are small and the bathrooms are small (those little step up capsule type bathrooms...
Reviewed:2019/03/07 Great price for a reliable hotel
This hotel is about 100 meters from the place where the Haneda airport bus drops you off at the train station. Look for the tan brick building in front of your. When you walk in, be aware there is...

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Kichijoji / Shimokitazawa / NakanoArea
From 15:00
Until 10:00
Facility information
Kichijoji Tokyu Inn is located just in front of Kichijoji Station, providing convenient access to the city center (15 minutes to Shinjuku and 16 minutes to Shibuya). The Inogashira Park behind the hotel, which is well known as the perfect spot for the cherry blossom viewing in the spring, is a wonderful place for a stroll.
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American Express, JCB, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Facilities / Services
Slippers, Wi-fi, Internet access, TV, 24-hour reception, Wired Internet, Wi-fi, Launderette(Charge), Restaurant
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