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Kinuya Hotel

Tokyo, Japan (HND)

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Based on 87 reviews
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Guest Room

Single Occupancy

  • One Bed
A minibar is supplied. A trouser press and a direct-dial phone are included.
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Kinuya Hotel
2-14-28 Ueno<br/>Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan 110-0015

Hotel Features.
Kinuya Hotel features a restaurant. The hotel serves Buffet breakfasts (surcharges apply). Additional property amenities include tour/ticket assistance.

All guestrooms at Kinuya Hotel feature minibars and trouser presses.

Notifications and Fees:

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Buffet breakfast fee: JPY 900 per person (approximately)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Based on 87 reviews
from New Orleans, Louisiana
Submitted on 12-30-2016
Stayed here for two nights on an Intrepid trip and one thing they always do well is location. Immediately outside of a train station but yet in a good area adjacent to a huge park and pedestrian market area with shops and food. Unsure if this Ueno neighborhood is a hip one, likely not, but it works. The rooms are clean but small. We were given a room with one full-sized bed and there was no way our huge American bodies were going to fit on it. We had a hilarious game of charades with the fr... Read more
Submitted on 12-17-2016
Stay 1 night in this hotel and the room allocated to me on upper floor was cleaned and roomy. A total difference from what i had expected as mentioned from some of the review here. A great location if you are heading to Keisei Skyliner as they are just across the road or probably a less then 5mins walk. Easily access to Ueano park, shop and restaurants. Highly recommended if you are looking for a no fuss budget hotel to stay.
from Nonthaburi, Thailand
Submitted on 10-25-2016
It was an old hotel but you can get spacious room with twin bed for 2 traveling bags & 2 backpacks. I'm luck to get a room with park view so I can open the door and get outside to the balcony to get a fresh breeze which is a plus side. However they put sofa in the room makes the room plenty of stuff and less space to walk. It's better to put a small table with 2 chairs. TV doesn't broadcast other languages such as BBC or CNN. The toilet is still old fashion unlike the other hotel nearby wi... Read more
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 10-18-2016
Moved from Coco Grand to here. Wish I had not had to. Room and bathroom was larger than Coco Grand, and in the same area. Only 5 mins walk apart. Again, language problems with English labeling. However the first thing you notice is the musky, moldy smell. Not sure if it was from the Carpet or the mattress. The best the staff could suggest was to use the can of air freshener provided. Couldn't open the windows to let fresh air in because of its proximity to the fire escape ladder. Then, you will ... Read more
from Kokomo, Indiana
Submitted on 10-16-2016
Great hotel if you want access to transportation especially if arriving from Narita airport where the Keisei Skyliner rapid train gets you there in < 45 minutes. If you have luggage on wheel, roll right across the street and relax. Buy the breakfast (the Japanese selection is more healthy), it's a fine deal for the sit down service. Wonderful proximity to the museums at Ueno park including the Tokyo National Museum. A rather worn room, carpet, bathroom, but we wanted convenience in Tokyo. I... Read more
from Montreal, QC
Submitted on 09-29-2016
We had a room on an upper floor at the back with a beautiful view of Ueno Park and its lake. Unfortunately, the room door was only about 5'10" (1.78m) high and the bathroom door was narrow with a towel bar so I banged my head and ribs a few times. Decent size room, usual amenities for Japan. Western breakfast was small, Japanese bkfst better. Price was good given location near Ueno stations.
from Montreal, Canada
Submitted on 08-26-2016
As everybody say: Excellent location. However, worst hotel seen in years. Washroom full of mold and absolutely not renovated. Public washrooms in better shape. My girlfriend did not even want to walk bare foot. And you have to leave the key at the front desk as son as you go out, even If it is only for 5 minutes and you stay there for a week. In summary: find another hotel nearby.
from Illinois
Submitted on 08-03-2016
We had a great stay here! The staffs were friendly, helpful, and able to communicate with us very well. It was a comfortable stay. I recommend this hotel since they have a perfectly good size of room - compare to other regular hotels in the area. Onsen room was clean and fresh. Don't miss it if you come here! So close to shopping area in Ueno, short walking distance to Ameyoko market. As well as you could spend only a few steps to get to subway and 5 mins to Ueno JR station. Surrounding by lots... Read more
from Vancouver, Canada
Submitted on 07-11-2016
Stayed one night. Very close to UENO Station. Convenient. No need to haul heavy luggage all across town. Low price. Clean but tired looking furnishings and bedding. I would suggest not ordering the breakfast downstairs. The food was too basic and not worth the price. Walk outside and go find another restaurant a short half block away. Front desk staff very nice and the Manager can speak Satisfactory English. Close to Ueno district. We went out at 1 am. Encountered local residents dre... Read more
from Forster NSW
Submitted on 05-19-2016
We stayed for one night before joining an Intrepid small group tour of Japan. Really easy location directly outside of exit number 1 of Ueno Station and next to Ueno Park. Large (by Japanese Hotel standards) well appointed room with a lounge and two single beds, small balcony ( not child safe) that overlooked a lake, with views of the city - nice when the buildings are lit up come dark. The room was nice, the staff particularly obliging and attentive, at least by Australian hotel standards, mayb... Read more