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Mitsui Garden Hotel Kamata

Tokyo, Japan (NRT)

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Based on 231 reviews
Local attractions include Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall.
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Mitsui Garden Hotel Kamata
5-19-12 Kamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 1440052

Location

Mitsui Garden Hotel Kamata is a family-friendly hotel that is located in Tokyo (Kamata), close to Wakamiya Hachiman-gu Shrine, Heikenji, and Kawasaki Stadium.

Why Stay Here

  • FREE Wired High Speed Internet
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • On-Site Restaurant

Resort Details

Mitsui Garden Hotel Kamata features its Italian and modern style of the building and the convenient location for business and sightseeing. Just a 3-minute walk from Kamata Station, which is a hub station of JR, Tokyu and Keikyu lines. This location allows you to reach either of Tokyo Station or Yokohama Station within 20 minutes. Haneda Airport is a 10-minute ride away on the Keikyu line.

Accommodation Details

The guestrooms at Mitsui Garden Hotel Kamata features complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access and refrigerators, hair dryers along with private bathrooms and complimentary toiletries.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The southernmost of the 23 special wards, ta borders the special wards of Shinagawa, Meguro and Setagaya stand to the north, and Koto lies to the east. Across the Tama River in Kanagawa Prefecture is the city of Kawasaki, forming the boundaries to the south and west.


Based on 231 reviews
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Submitted on 01-27-2017
We selected this hotel since it was in the middle of various places we had meeting. About 5 min walking distance from the train station. We did not opt for the breakfast since it cost add 1000 yen. Place was clean, efficient and worth for Tokyo. Has lots of dining options nearby particularly in the mall nearby. We even found a bank to exchange currency. Staff were OK, but would have been more nicer than if they spoke some English. Check in was only at 3.00pm which may not be comfortable fo... Read more
from London
Submitted on 01-07-2017
This proved to be a a good hotel very near Kamata railway station. The rooms were very clean and well serviced. The hotel is within quite a lively area, so plenty to do. The check-in process was seamless. However, I understand the hotel operates quite a rigid policy and will charge if you need to access your rooms before the check-in time or want to delay the check-out time. Albeit we only stayed the 1 night, it was a comfortable and convenient stay. A note / caution to those with families, t... Read more
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Submitted on 12-26-2016
Good access to Haneda airport via Keikyu line. Friendly staff. Clean facilities. They give out good rewards when you sign up on their website prior to reservation. Near JR station Kamata. I wish the pillows were softer.
from Baltimore, Maryland
Submitted on 11-27-2016
I know you're probably thinking what!!! But in Japan everywhere you go the technology of the bathrooms is outstanding! You can make the seat warm, it can play water sounds for you it just makes using the bathroom that much more enjoyable!! The hotel had this of course and was a nice and quiet hotel. The rooms are small but that is expected. The shower was tall though with amazing pressure! BREAKFAST!!! Which I make sure I have included practically everywhere i travel was awesome! And I was trip... Read more
from Quezon City, Philippines
Submitted on 11-24-2016
My wife and I stayed were very unfortunate to have stayed in this hotel. Front desk staff were strange. Upon check- in, we asked to for a taxi booking to bring us to Haneda airport the next morning and we were told that it was not possible. A few minutes later, however, they were able to reserve a taxi for us. We were required to pay for our hotel room upon check-in, otherwise, they will not give us our room keys. We felt like thieves with our 3 luggages and 2 backpacks. Edgar R Philippines
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Submitted on 11-23-2016
The staffs are incredibly friendly. We r greeted and explained all the facilities provided in the hotel. They have all kinds of amenities available for you to pick in the lobby. The room is nice and comfortable too.
from Hong Kong, China
Submitted on 10-27-2016
This hotel is nearby Haneda airport with less than 30 minutes by local bus. It is closed to JR station so that you could go around easily and very convenient. There are many restaurants nearby. The room is clean although it is small. The bed and pillows are very comfortable.
from Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Submitted on 07-20-2016
Was there during end of June. A friend helped to book this hotel couple of months before we came to Japan, hence we manage to enjoy a promotion rate. It is located at a convenient area, where Kamata JR station is just 5 mins away (walk), while convenient stores and lots of restaurants are just within walking distance. There is also a 24 hrs shopping paradise nearby - Don kinhote . Basically you can get anything you want there at a cheap price, from food, snacks, electrical items, clothes, luxury... Read more
from Czech Republic
Submitted on 07-19-2016
After 10 days in very tourisy places and returned to Tokyo to stay here partly due to price and also location as good for the train line to Kamakura but still quick and easy to get to the centre. At first we arrived from the station at the wrong side so after going to another hotel for directions in which the staff there called my hotel and arranged for someone to meet us at the right side it was simple. You can actually see the hotel from the station (East side) Area seems to be full of locals ... Read more
from Corona, California
Submitted on 06-04-2016
Landed at Haneda airport delayed because of a mishap at the airport. It was late so took a taxi as the bus service ends at midnight. It's located near the JR Kamata station. Can see the side of the hotel as you exit east. Tons of eating places around the hotel. At night there are a lot of office workers drinking which brings all kinds of interesting people. Many eating places and a Starbucks in the train station. I stayed here because it's cheaper than staying in Tokyo, and the train will take y... Read more
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