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Hotel Niwa Tokyo

Hotel Niwa Tokyo

4 Stars

1-1-16 Misaki Cho Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo 101-0061


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 4.7
Facilities 4.2
Service 4.3
Location 3.8
Pricing 4
Overall 4.2
Blending traditional Japanese architecture and cosy urban flair, Hotel Niwa Tokyo offers a quiet haven for holidaymakers in the heart of vibrant Tokyo. From this elegant property, vacationers can venture five kilometres to explore must-see destinations like Asakusa Shrine, Tokyo Imperial Palace and Meiji Shrine. Guests can also marvel at the impressive view atop Tokyo Tower or stroll along Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. Corporate visitors can join conferences at Tokyo International Exhibition Center.

Location
Niwa Hotel Tokyo is on Hakusan-dori Avenue near Metropolitan Expressway Route No. 5 and public transport stations. Tourists in Tokyo can learn about local history through the exhibits at National Museum of Modern Art and Tokyo National Museum.

Rooms
Sleep well in one of the plush and spacious rooms with contemporary furnishings and comforts like cable LCD TV, Wi-Fi access, refrigerator, safe deposit box and en suite bathroom. Some rooms have whirlpool bath.

Restaurant
Diners at Tokyo Hotel Niwo can savour authentic Japanese Kaiseki cuisines at Yukuri restaurant and sample mouth-watering Provencal-style French dishes at The Grill & Bar on site.

General
Amenities on offer at Hotel Niwa Tokyo include 24-hour business centre, coin-operated copy/fax machine. For on-site recreation, patrons exercise at the workout room or unwind at the relaxation lounge opens to the rooftop mini garden.

Additional Information

  • NOTE: Baby cot is available for an additional payment of 3,465JPY per night (service charge and tax included).

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Garden
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Photocopying Facilities
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Business Centre
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Reception
  • Conference Facilities
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Laundry Services
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Restaurant

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Internet Access
  • Safe
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Bathroom Amenities
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Shower
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone

Hotel Niwa Tokyo Guest Reviews (18)


Hotel Niwa Tokyo
4 out of 5

Hotel was comfortable and very clean. It is close to the subway and the train lines so it is really easy to get around. It is quiet and comfortable. The room is a nice size compared to some places we stayed in Japan.

Cathli wrote on January 7, 2013


Hotel Niwa Tokyo
4 out of 5

Thoroughly enjoyed stay at Hotel Niwa. As expected in central Tokyo, the room was on the small side, but within this was provided all that you would want - from a fridge with a daily top-up of mineral water; a desk to work from; double bed; TV; wonderful bathroom. Maybe a little small to lay out a large case - so take a small one if you can. The location was perfect for us- having bought JR Rail pass it meant we could get to the hotel from central Tokyo (and all the main sights) using just JR (Japan Rail) rather than the metro. Hotel was also in walking distance to the war memorial/museum, and a slightly longer walk (25-30mins) to Imperial Palace. Only very minor negative points were the restaurant wasn't cheap (although looked good) - but one block away there are a wide range of restaurants at reasonable prices, and a 24hour shop next door. Also the wifi was painfully slow, but did work (eventually). Would certainly choose to return to Hotel Niwa again if ever in Tokyo.

Stuart S wrote on December 8, 2012


Hotel Niwa Tokyo
5 out of 5

We stayed for four nights over two dates, and both times the staff were friendly, the room spotless and comfortable. Although, as you'd expect in Tokyo, the room wasn't huge, it was well laid out - with small fridge, shelves, desk and place for small/medium suitcase. Free wifi throughout but not a great connection speed. Location was next door to a convenience store, one block (2 mins walk) from a variety of restaurants, and 5t minutes from a JR rail station. Also walkable to the war memorial/museum, and in the other direction the Imperial gardens. Would head to the Niwa hotel again if in Tokyo.

Stuart S wrote on December 1, 2012


Hotel Niwa Tokyo
5 out of 5

Only stayed one night but wished it had been longer. The hotel and rooms were beautiful with a Japanese ambience, not as compact as others we'd stayed in. Close to Rail station incl access to airport express link. Walking distance to imperial palace gardens and Tokyo Dome. Convenience store next door and plenty of restaurants on main street around the corner. Relaxation room provided free massage chairs. Free mineral water and ice available.

Gwennie wrote on December 1, 2012


Hotel Niwa Tokyo
3 out of 5

Reasonable hotel at good location, for good value. The review is concise but too short, so here you are, more xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx

Eric and Tracy wrote on July 11, 2012


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall4.2 out of 5
Cleanliness4.7 out of 5
Facilities4.2 out of 5
Service4.3 out of 5
Location3.8 out of 5
Pricing4 out of 5

Hotel Niwa Tokyo Guest Reviews

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4 out of 5

Hotel was comfortable and very clean. It is close to the subway and the train lines so it is really easy to get around. It is quiet and comfortable. The room is a nice size compared to some places we stayed in Japan.

Review by: Cathli
Date stayed January 7, 2013

4 out of 5

Thoroughly enjoyed stay at Hotel Niwa. As expected in central Tokyo, the room was on the small side, but within this was provided all that you would want - from a fridge with a daily top-up of mineral water; a desk to work from; double bed; TV; wonderful bathroom. Maybe a little small to lay out a large case - so take a small one if you can. The location was perfect for us- having bought JR Rail pass it meant we could get to the hotel from central Tokyo (and all the main sights) using just JR (Japan Rail) rather than the metro. Hotel was also in walking distance to the war memorial/museum, and a slightly longer walk (25-30mins) to Imperial Palace. Only very minor negative points were the restaurant wasn't cheap (although looked good) - but one block away there are a wide range of restaurants at reasonable prices, and a 24hour shop next door. Also the wifi was painfully slow, but did work (eventually). Would certainly choose to return to Hotel Niwa again if ever in Tokyo.

Review by: Stuart S
Date stayed December 8, 2012

5 out of 5

We stayed for four nights over two dates, and both times the staff were friendly, the room spotless and comfortable. Although, as you'd expect in Tokyo, the room wasn't huge, it was well laid out - with small fridge, shelves, desk and place for small/medium suitcase. Free wifi throughout but not a great connection speed. Location was next door to a convenience store, one block (2 mins walk) from a variety of restaurants, and 5t minutes from a JR rail station. Also walkable to the war memorial/museum, and in the other direction the Imperial gardens. Would head to the Niwa hotel again if in Tokyo.

Review by: Stuart S
Date stayed December 1, 2012

5 out of 5

Only stayed one night but wished it had been longer. The hotel and rooms were beautiful with a Japanese ambience, not as compact as others we'd stayed in. Close to Rail station incl access to airport express link. Walking distance to imperial palace gardens and Tokyo Dome. Convenience store next door and plenty of restaurants on main street around the corner. Relaxation room provided free massage chairs. Free mineral water and ice available.

Review by: Gwennie
Date stayed December 1, 2012

3 out of 5

Reasonable hotel at good location, for good value. The review is concise but too short, so here you are, more xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx

Review by: Eric and Tracy
Date stayed July 11, 2012

5 out of 5

The hotel is modern and my room and public areas were spotlessly clean. I loved the Japanese touches such as the paper screen over the window and the design of the public areas. The massage chairs were awesome after a day of sightseeing. It's close to metro and JR lines so it's easy to get around the rest of Tokyo, it is however located up a side street so you do need to take a map (in Japanese) to help the taxi driver find it. Tokyo can be expensive but this hotel offers excellent value for money, I would highly recommend it.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed April 11, 2012

4 out of 5

This is a very nice smaller hotel in a quiet part of town, but with several train/metro stations nearby one can easily access any part of the city.

Review by: dkfjdkfjdjf
Date stayed December 7, 2011

5 out of 5

Das Personal war sehr zuvorkommend und hat uns bei allen kleineren und grösseren Problemen und Anfragen super weiter geholfen! Die Zimmer waren immer erstaunlich schnell gerichtet und immer in einem Top-Zustand. Wer das Zentrum Tokyos erkunden möchte ist hier gut aufgehoben. Die Speisen in den Restaurants waren köstlich und der Service allgemein echt unschlagbar. Wir konnten zu jeder Tages-/ Nachtzeit mit Fragen anrennen und immer hat man uns helfen können. Für uns war es ein super Aufenthalt im Hotel Niwa!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 23, 2011

5 out of 5

Just what I expected. Not a super bargain, but not out of line either. Very convenient to a JR subway line (which means your JR railpass covers it), although if coming in from Tokyo station, you do have to transfer at the second stop to catch a local train (to take you the one more stop). The Japanese breakfast is expensive, but no more so than at all similar hotels.

Review by: twcl
Date stayed October 25, 2011

5 out of 5

This modern hotel is excellent with large well appointed rooms. It has free internet (both WiFi and WLAN) as well as a washing machine room for guests to use. I would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Tokyo.

Review by: John Pacy
Date stayed February 4, 2011

5 out of 5

This hotel was extremely good value. Great rooms, only issue is sloooow wifi!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 18, 2011

5 out of 5

Hotel Niwa was an excellent hotel. Great location, central to getting around anywhere in Tokyo, yet in a quiet area (university area). The hotel was very nice, staff extremely helpful and location perfect. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Tokyo, and we will definitely return here.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 17, 2010

5 out of 5

I had an excellent stay at the Hotel Niwa Tokyo and recommend it to all!! This was my first trip to Japan and I was travelling on my own and a little apprehensive! However, after arriving a little weary at Narita, I boarded the Narita Express to Tokyo Central. Taking the local lines, I got to the Hotel within 15 minutes of reaching the city and it is literally a five minute walk from the station. The rooms are a great size and I love the pyjamas and toiletries provided. The rooms are very, very clean. The staff are infinitely polite and helpful. You are well placed for sightseeing. There are many restaurants and vendors near the hotel (within minutes) and a 7/11 right next door. If you do public transport (which I do), grab the special at Narita (which gives you a ticket on the Narita Express and the Suicca card). Most of all - have fun in Tokyo. It is a wonderful city.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 15, 2010

5 out of 5

Hotel Niwa is awesome. It is in a great location, nearby to a train station, two mixed business stores, as well as lots of reasonably priced restaurants. The rooms were fabulous. They were immaculate, modern and very comfortable. They are a great example of mixing Western and Japanese styles together. The setting with its wonderful garden is also terrific. We very much loved coming home at the end of the day and relaxing in the most magnificent massage chairs. The staff were extremely helpful and assisted us with further hotel bookings. The use of the business centre with internet access and photocopier was much appreciated. We wouldn't stay anywhere else if we were in Tokyo again.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 24, 2010

5 out of 5

While the room was small, the ambience was very pleasing and the bed large. No traffic noise but close enough to the train station to walk with backpacks. Loved it, and booked it again for end of trip. Staff very friendly and sufficient English language.

Review by: Rosemarie Sonnemann
Date stayed October 15, 2010

4.8 out of 5

room a little small,but for Tokyo it was fine. excellent hotel and thoroughly recommended, we wish all hotels were like this. the laundry basket is a nice touch, staff went out of their way to help with internet and printing.

Review by: Stephen graw
Date stayed October 1, 2010

4.8 out of 5

Very clean hotel and great ambiance and landscaping. English speaking staff and good house keeping. The rooms are spacious and the beds are comfortable. The third floor has a relaxation area with massage chairs, workout room, chairs/tables, vending machines, and small outdoor garden. The location is decently located in the middle of most major tourist stops. Only comment about the location is if you are planning on using the JR system, the station is very close, but has no elevator if you are traveling with heavy luggage. (Does have a wheelchair lift though, but can't be used for luggage.) All in all, the hotel is a great hotel at a great price, I would definitely stay here again.

Review by: Gregory A Sarafin
Date stayed September 9, 2010

4 out of 5

Hard to find, but well worth it. From the JR Suidobashi station (Sobu line) take the east exit and turn right -you should pass a footbridge. Cross the road at the next set of lights and you'll see the sign that zig zags you through to the hotel's front door. Beautifully appointed rooms and a relaxation room on the third floor with a gym. Excellent, helpful staff.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 10, 2010

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