Best Hotels with Spas in Koto
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Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)Koto,Koto - View on map
"Located near Toyocho Station. Popular destinations is just a train ride away but at the same time near not-so-touristy establishments. Sunamachi Ginza is just a bus ride and a few minute walk. Koto City is a very much underrated area in Tokyo. You can enjoy both the old and the new. The hotel itself has a nice view of the Skytree, quiet, and relaxing. Sometimes we even ask ourselves if we're the only ones at the hotel. The staff is very much accommodating to all our requests. The cleaners are very much hardworking. Expect a clean room everyday, complementary water and morning tea to start your day. The round trip bus is a plus but taking the train is quite easy. Even much faster. You can catch the shuttle to the nearest station in the morning but you can always take the bus to the station if you're carrying lots of luggage. After check out, we left our luggages with them and even offered to refrigerate the pudding in our thermal bag. Definitely coming back here on our next trip!"
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HOTEL LiVEMAX Budget Tokyo KibaKoto,Koto - View on map
"Central peaceful price very good "
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APA Hotel Tokyo-Shiomi-EkimaeKoto,Koto - View on map
"The hotel room we got was small, but that was in the description of "Small double bed room", and we hadn't packed too heavily so it wasn't a big deal. The room was comfortable, facilities and location were good, and staff were helpful. APA's CEO is an ultra-nationalist right-wing guy who has been running an essay competition for the last few years. If you're lucky, you'll have two year's worth of essays published in a book in your room, like we did. If nothing else, it was very interesting from a sociological point of view to read the Japanese ultra right-wing perspective of WWII and the American influence. However, if you are uncomfortable with this, it's best to be aware beforehand. Other than it feeling a bit surreal to flip through this alternate history of Japan, the stay in the hotel was good. The hotel is very close to the Shiomi-Ekimae train station, which is only accessible by the local train, so be careful not to catch an express train all the way if you are travelling there. We were attending an exhibition at Makuhari Messe, and it was easy to catch a train to get us there. If you were going to Disneyland, it would probably be a good option that wouldn't have you paying an absolute fortune, even if it means a bit of travelling."