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|Distance to city centre||7.8 km|
|Nearest airport||Tokyo Narita|
|Distance to airport||63.9 km|
|"Nice and modern little hotel"||(in 9 reviews)|
|"i had a king room."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Good breakfast and friendly staff"||(in 25 reviews)|
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The property was equipped with washing machine (!), small kitchenette with microwave, fridge, cattle, dishes, etc. That was very convenient. The bathroom looked like a small sento - spacious, clean and convenient.
Both windows face noisy street of Tokyo's downtown, If you are a sensitive sleeper, like me, that could be a problem. Another issue is that the public bath is the Hotel is not available for ladies on workday, only on weekends and holidays and only during 3 hours. Discrimination.
I love this Japanese drama called "Good Morning Call" on Netflix... and it takes place in Meguro so they are always walking by the Meguro river red bridge, so I chose a hotel nearby because I'm a nerd. Anyway... a lot of the hotels I stayed at in Japan with the exception of the APA hotel chain have been small, I'm a 5'11 person, so sometimes the showers are too small and I'll hit my head on the top, or my knees hit the door when I use the restroom..Dormy Inn was WAY better than I thought it would be. It was so big I almost felt like I was in my own Japanese apartment. It is a little far from the subway/metro, but there are two stations: Naka Meguro and Ikejiri-Ōhashi Station. (Ikejiri was my favorite because it's near a grocery store). Dormy has a lot of amenities if you need them and also some free food and light drinks at night after 9pm (at least at the time of this posting). I really enjoyed the lighting in the hotel room, the private bathroom, and that I had two separate sink areas. It is also across the street from one of the largest Starbucks' in the world (seriously, look it up) it's a four story building. Expensive though, And down the street from a lot of breakfast, lunch and dinner locations, and an urban mall. Also the Meguro River is right outside the hotel and makes for some sexy night romantic strolls.
I think that they should have more pillows in the room. This is a weird thing to complain about I guess, but it was only one pillow. And I had to ask for another one. Just give people two pillows, because the pillows are really flat. Also they were doing construction by my room, so the view wasn't great, but that's what walking around outside is for. Also, they need to get rid of that sexist women can only use the baths on the weekends rule. I was unable to use the Onsen at the hotel because of this rule as I was out late on the weekends and the hours need to be extended. Men can use the Onsen on the weekdays and they can use it until 2am, and the woman until 10pm or 11pm on the weekend. That's crazy.
The rooms were bigger than expected for Tokyo
Great amenities, has a hot bath and sauna available for use. Great location, steps away from the Starbucks Reserve Roastery. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
Rooms are a bit small but the price and location offsets this.
This hotel is in a great position, it's a very nice area and nice and quiet on the river. Easy walk to a few stations including about 15-20 mins walk to Shibuya station. I was in the king room and it was spacious and clean.
I was on the second floor and the windows were frosted, so couldn't actually see outside. Unsure if its the same on the higher floors.
Located in Tokyo (Meguro), Dormy Inn EXPRESS Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring is within a 5-minute drive of Shibuya Crossing and Hachikō Memorial Statue. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.
based on 574 reviews
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- Friendly atmosphere
- Spacious rooms
- Good laundry service
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring
Where is Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring located?
Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring is located at 3-21-8 Aobadai, Meguro in Meguro, 7.8 km from the centre of Tokyo. Yoyogi Koen is the closest landmark to Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring.
Does Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring offer free parking?
No, Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring does not offer free parking.
Does Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring from the airport?
Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring is 13.8 km from Tokyo Haneda.
Can you bring pets to Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring?
No, pets are not allowed at Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring.
Does Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring have a pool?
No, Dormy Inn Express Meguro Aobadai Hot Spring does not have a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Yoyogi Koen 2.5 km
- Meiji Jingu 3.1 km
- Mori Bijutsukan 3.6 km
- Roppongi Hills 3.8 km
- Shinjuku Gyoen 4.3 km
- Tokyo Tower 4.9 km
|Tokyo Haneda||13.8 km|
|Tokyo Narita||63.9 km|