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I liked it! The receptionist was helpful! And the place was really clean. It’s also safe!
The property was nice and clean and you get your private capsule so nice space to yourself. The location wasn’t bad either.
The showers were open in the sauna part and so if you showered any other girl would see you. Most people seemed fine with this so I saw several girl walking around naked. For me I didn’t feel comfortable and luckily only stayed one night so didn’t shower.
Very clean, near the third largest train stations in Tokyo yet far enough to where you don’t hear any noise.
Nothing I didn’t like b
Close to train and many restaurants. Great staff who were patient with us given the language barrier. Delicious traditional breakfast.
The capsules seemed a bit dated and the sleeping area could get nosey at times. Communal shower was an experience.
It was very close to both a subway station and JR rail station and there’s an airport bus about a 10 minutes walk from the hotel. The WiFi was good and the staff seemed to know who you were when you came and went.
I will not be returning to this hotel. Yes I knew the capsules were small but I hit my head a lot. The lift is only accessible once you get in to the hotel on the 2F so you have to go up a flight of stairs carrying your luggage also no good if you have any issues with access. I stayed on a floor which has been changed from men’s to women’s so the signage is mostly inaccurate and there was a urinal in the washroom. There were maybe 20 pods on my floor with 5 toilets (only 1 of which was western style). There is no common area despite the signage saying there is. The lockers which are for you to store you personal affects in a pointlessly barrow. I couldn’t fit my bag I use as carry on for the plane in it. I had to keep my handbag in the pod with me at night for security and my suitcase was in the hallway outside my pod. Women also have to travel the furthest to get to the shower facilities as we are on 5F and 6F with the shower being in the basement. You walk through the lobby to get to the stairs down to the showers. The lockers in shower area were great but the showers are all open meaning no privacy. They also didn’t look particularly clean. Breakfast was free which was the only good thing about it. It kind of tasted like chip shop curry sauce and there were no vegetables that I could see in my vegetable curry.
With a stay at Capsule Inn Kinshicho in Tokyo (Sumida), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Edo-Tokyo Museum and Tokyo Sky Tree. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities.
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