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Everything... close to underground, really clean and nice staff.
Nothing. We didn’t have breakfast so I can’t comment.
This was my first time staying at a capsule hotel, and I'm so glad this was my choice! The facilities were all very clean, the hotel was close to the metro and other tourist attractions, and it was cold enough that I didn't get hot while sleeping. The capsules themselves were very tall, which made it seem like it was more spacious than it was. I loved the luggage storage unit placed beneath the capsule; very helpful and convenient! My only tip is to bring an eye mask (I did) if you are like me and don't enjoy any amount of light while sleeping.
This was a clever variance on the concept of the capsule hotel. But by using the bed to define how much space a guest has they have created a much more spacious illusion. Japanese toilets are the best and the bathroom offered many freebies, from earplugs to shampoo. The staff were polite and responsive. The breakfast was filling without being too stodgy. In all the hotel offered a neat space to sleep in, a common room where you could be private even in public, something the Japanese are very good at, even as there was always a friendly face willing to help a confused looking gaijin.
Not their fault bu5 5here was no English Channel on the TV. The wireless supported my using Netflix however so nothing was lost but I would have loved a local news/ current affairs programme to engage in matters Japanese.
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No scrambled eggs for breakfast
With a stay at MyCUBE by MYSTAYS Asakusa Kuramae in Tokyo (Taito), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Asakusa Shrine and Sensō-ji Temple. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.
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- Clean rooms
- Clean bathroom
- Great shower
- Comfortable beds
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