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Oak Hotel Tokyo2 Stars
6-1-2 Higashi Ueno Taito Ku Tokyo 110-0015
Set in the heart of Ueno in the historic Taito District, Oak Hotel places travellers in close proximity major train hub JR Ueno Station. Vacationers can also explore Japanese flora and fauna at Ueno Zoo and Shinobazu Pond.
The minimalist rooms give an uncluttered Zen-like feel and offer comforts such as TV, air conditioning, mini refrigerator and work desk. Traditional Tatami rooms are also on offer.
Guests at Hotel Oak can prepare their own meals at the hotel's kitchen and enjoy it at the dining room. Tourists can also find food stalls that sell local favourites near Ueno Station and around Bentendō Hall Shrine.
Oak Hotel Tokyo provides an Internet corner and Wi-Fi access within the property. The hotel also features convenience like laundry facilities, vending machines and coin-operated security locker. During leisure, guests can visit Shitamachi Museum to get a glimpse of life in the area during the early 20th century.
- Bar / Lounge
- Laundry Facilities
- Faxing Facilities
- Laundry Services
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Lift / Elevator
- Spa / Wellness Centre
- Air Conditioning
- Internet Access
- Colour TV
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
Oak Hotel Tokyo Guest Reviews (46)
Friendly staff who avoid being overbearing or intrusive and speak good English - thus redoubling my guilt at STILL not getting to grips with basic Japanese. A decent size room by Tokyo budget hotel standards and in impeccable condition. Room and the ensuite were serviced to a high standard daily. No curfew and secure entry after 1am but despite that the hotel was quiet and not some backpackers frat house. The guests were from a wide range of countries and of all ages so no-one need feel out of place. Its great location puts you 10 minutes from Ueno Station and the Yamanote Line, 15 minutes from the Keisei Ueno which takes you to and from Narita in around an hour. In the other direction you're 15 minutes from Asakusa and never far from a wide choice of cheap, good quality food and pleasant coffee shops. I stayed a week and didn't eat at the same place twice, still had loads left to try. Long story short; a good time was had and I'll definitely be back.
Paul Rothwell wrote on October 25, 2010
A friendly hotel, but one could do better in the area (Asakusa Ryokan Toukaisou nearby was about a third cheaper and had bigger rooms with bigger ensuite bathrooms) the single room I had did not have enough floor space to keep a suitcase open. However, they have a hotel rather than a hostel reception and there was usually a free internet terminal available. They also have a free bike to loan although these are available to rent for very little in the area.
Anonymous wrote on June 12, 2010
Its An OK hotel = OAK hotel. The room is small and just adequate for 2 person. The problem I experienced is that I stayed in Japan for 10days and our luggage was big. So the room becomes more smaller because of our luggage. If you plan to go Japan and not buying many things then this hotel is good. Otherwise if you plan to buy a lot of things like me then the hotel is too small for you.
Cheong Hiap Ng wrote on April 20, 2010
Western style beds are a bit hard. Overall room is slightly bigger then other hotels. Staff is always there to help and will invite you to celebrate local holidays. Dryer is a bit small with load size to drying ratio. Overall, a good experience and will use them again.
Andrew Sikes wrote on February 7, 2010
Very convenient place. Easy to travel to and fro the airport. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Michael Lim wrote on December 27, 2009
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