My family stayed here because this hotel provides a crib for infants. We also wanted to stay in a nicer area of Tokyo that was central and well connected to the tourist spots via the subway. Also, I prefer to stay at a hotel that is nicely furnished and decorated but still budget friendly. This hotel perfectly met all of these criteria.
The location is great if you want to be in a quiet, safe spot that is only a 5 min walk to all the busy side streets and restaurants. We had a great view of a shrine and the imperial residence complex across the street, and a police station is also next door.
The room was comfortable and neat and recently sized for the 3 of us, especially for Japan. My only concerns were that the bathroom sink was plugged with hair (miad didn't do a good job of cleaning) and when I turned on the air conditioning my allergies started to get set off due to dust (dusty HVAC ducts). So they need to focus on keeping up with these maintainance issues.
We opted for the buffet meal. It was delicious with a lot of options, but mostly of the traditional Japanese variety (which I didn't mind). It is rather a formal dining area with a great view overlooking the shrine across the street.
If in the area, I recommend a short walk to Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho, which is a nice, modern shopping complex with lots of dining options.
We saw at least 3 different subway lines in pretty close proximity to the hotel, so a great location to explore Tokyo from.
I would definately stay here again.