THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel, Chūō
THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel, Chūō
THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel, Chūō
THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel, Chūō
THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel, Chūō
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THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel

Chūō

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Nymphsis
12 Des 2019
I happened to stay on the hotel in early November 2019 to mid November, overall the place is nice and very quiet in the night, cooling in the afternoon to tea time period on the 2nd level deck to Kawaterrace to have their craft beer on the deck of where PITSMAN is. I first booked this hotel, taking the standard family room (26sqm) cause of the rate being super reasonable, especially for having a huge bathroom that comes with a shower and a bathtub, and both faces the Sumida River, which is an extra perk! I love waking up in the morning to the Sumida river and natural light! There is little eateries around the area that opens till late night, there is a 24-hr Denny's, nearest mini mart is about 5 to 10 minutes walk away along the stretch of apartments just before the petrol kiosk nearby. There are Lawsons, Family Mart and 7-11 about 10 - 15 minutes walk away, depending on which direction you decide to head from. The area is rather quiet in the day and night if you are walking from Kiyosumi-Shirakawa and Ninyoucho side. Suitengumae is a little more happening in the day to early evening timing due to the many quaint local speciality shops and hidden gem finds. Getting Around; The bus terminal is about 20 minutes away, Tokyo City Air Terminal, the ride is about 1 hour with some buffer time to and from the airport terminals. 3 JR Lines, Kiyosumi-Shirakawa (Hanzomon Line), Ningyoucho (Hibiya Line), Suitengumae (Hanzomon Line), the walking distance is about the same, plus minus about 5 minutes more or so. The room is rather cramp after moving in the 2 luggage, especially if you were to carry a huge luggage (28") and to open it fully on the floor, so walking area will be more narrow. I like how they have a spray bottle of water and vodka to disinfect or take the smell off your clothes and whatever you spray on. TV channels also comes with Netflix, which we sadly only realise that in the last night there, PITSMAN closes rather early like about 1030PM to 11PM range. Food choice in the area is limited in the late night, so you'd have to travel out for it, or head down towards Ningyocho area for some food. Security of the hotel is limited to card access for the lift and after I think 12MN or 1130PM, for entering of premises (Lobby area). There is also no phone in the room, so you would have to use the shared ones that is at where the lift is located on the ledge by the window, just one small alcove there that is really impossible to miss. Easy enough to find place, great view, I would return for the view, to wake up to it.
brucepeake2016
28 Okt 2019
Nice location on the Sumida River. Room is modern but a little small. No table no fridge no coffee making facilities. The bathroom/shower overlooking the river is quite unusual. 10 mins walk from the nearest metro, and 20 mins walk from Tokyo Train Station. There are a few bars/restaurants locally within 10 mins walk. Breakfast is served in the Pitmans restaurant. You have a choice of 2 which does get a bit predictable Staff are very friendly and helpful..
larique
20 Agt 2019
Stayed at the female dorm for five nights in April 2019. The hotel is a quiet neighbourhood, which offers a relaxing place for resting and sleeping after going around sightseeing during the day. Very well organized and clean facility with good security. As a solo traveller, I felt very safe staying there. The bathrooms and common area were kept very clean. Everyone who stayed at the dorm was quiet and respectful. Overall, I had an excellent experience there.
hoboesque
29 Apr 2019 - Pasangan
The hotel is on the Sumida River, in a relatively undiscovered corner of Tokyo. We chose it partly because it was a 'hood that we didn't really know. The area has not only the main river, but lots of smaller waterways, mixed light industrial (birthplace of Japan's cement industry, who knew?!) and residential... sort of downtown but on the cusp of getting trendier. It was a really cool non-touristy area to explore. We arrived at 2:50 and were asked to wait till the 3:00 check in time before our room was "ready". This is classic old-school Japanese hotel service and what you'd expect in the majority of old places in this country; in a trendy newish hotel that clearly was catering to inbound guests it was irritating, unnecessary, and not a great start to our stay. The clerk was juggling a pile of check-in forms, and, while polite and pleasant, was disorganised and needed help from his junior colleague to complete the paperwork. Check out was quick and ok. I'd booked a room with a bath overlooking the river (the bath, that is). That was indeed fun. We could shower or bath with a full picture window view of the river. Exhibitionism-overdrive! Otherwise the room was super-minimal (reasonably spacious but sub-IKEA), and didn't feel worth the US$250-ish it cost. There was no desk to work on, no furniture, nowhere to unpack clothes, and the toilet and basin area were pretty basic-functional. There was no kettle to make tea, a normal standard fixture in a Japanese hotel room. Although the flat-screen TV had a "Netflix" button, it wouldn't connect. To be honest we were happy we were there just for one night. The bed was comfortable and the wifi worked well. We tried the restaurant. There's a microbrewery onsite - not out-there interesting beers, but good and fresh. The food was a limited menu but well done. The staff were young and pleasant but not particularly well-trained. However it had a great view of the river and seemed to be popular with a local clientele. We enjoyed our weekend, and appreciate that this hotel is trying to be fresh and a bit different. However the rooms while "designed", are not as comfortable as they could be, and the staff deserve better training. More work to be done before it justifies its price point.
Cheuk Yi T
14 Jan 2019 - Pasangan
Price is the first priority for us, it’s comparatively cheaper in Tokyo. Its location is okay, around 10mins walk from closest metro station. The staff are very friendly and comparatively better in speaking English. We stayed in a double room with private bathroom. Most importantly it is very clean. But there are some details that can be added: (1) maybe more or bigger tables for putting stuff? (2) maybe it’s a hostel-type hotel, there is no bottled water nor water fountain. Only way is to buy from their vending machine or walk some distance to convenient stores... I stayed in some other hostels too they at least have a proper water fountain, I guess you can install a good water fountain? (3) not a big problem but maybe some clothes hooks in the bathroom?
Lokasi
1-1-7 Kiyosumi,Koto Ward
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Waktu check-in:
3 PM
Waktu check-out:
10 AM
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Di mana alamat THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel?
THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel beralamat di 1-1-7 Kiyosumi,Koto Ward
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Waktu untuk check-in di THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel adalah mulai dari pukul 3 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 10 am
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di THE SHARE HOTELS LYURO - Hostel?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift

Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Lift
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Fasilitas Umum
Teras
Lift
Restoran
Rak pakaian
Properti bebas-rokok
Mesin penjual otomatis
Laundromat
Layanan Hotel
Penitipan bagasi
Meja depan (buka jam tertentu)
Resepsionis 24 jam
Staf multibahasa
Layanan concierge
 

Review

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4.5
Dari 54 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
4.5
Pasangan
16
Keluarga
16
Wisata sendiri
5
Berlibur dengan teman
9
Bisnis
1
Nymphsis
12 Des 2019 -
I happened to stay on the hotel in early November 2019 to mid November, overall the place is nice and very quiet in the night, cooling in the afternoon to tea time period on the 2nd level deck to Kawaterrace to have their craft beer on the deck of where PITSMAN is. I first booked this hotel, taking the standard family room (26sqm) cause of the rate being super reasonable, especially for having a huge bathroom that comes with a shower and a bathtub, and both faces the Sumida River, which is an extra perk! I love waking up in the morning to the Sumida river and natural light! There is little eateries around the area that opens till late night, there is a 24-hr Denny's, nearest mini mart is about 5 to 10 minutes walk away along the stretch of apartments just before the petrol kiosk nearby. There are Lawsons, Family Mart and 7-11 about 10 - 15 minutes walk away, depending on which direction you decide to head from. The area is rather quiet in the day and night if you are walking from Kiyosumi-Shirakawa and Ninyoucho side. Suitengumae is a little more happening in the day to early evening timing due to the many quaint local speciality shops and hidden gem finds. Getting Around; The bus terminal is about 20 minutes away, Tokyo City Air Terminal, the ride is about 1 hour with some buffer time to and from the airport terminals. 3 JR Lines, Kiyosumi-Shirakawa (Hanzomon Line), Ningyoucho (Hibiya Line), Suitengumae (Hanzomon Line), the walking distance is about the same, plus minus about 5 minutes more or so. The room is rather cramp after moving in the 2 luggage, especially if you were to carry a huge luggage (28") and to open it fully on the floor, so walking area will be more narrow. I like how they have a spray bottle of water and vodka to disinfect or take the smell off your clothes and whatever you spray on. TV channels also comes with Netflix, which we sadly only realise that in the last night there, PITSMAN closes rather early like about 1030PM to 11PM range. Food choice in the area is limited in the late night, so you'd have to travel out for it, or head down towards Ningyocho area for some food. Security of the hotel is limited to card access for the lift and after I think 12MN or 1130PM, for entering of premises (Lobby area). There is also no phone in the room, so you would have to use the shared ones that is at where the lift is located on the ledge by the window, just one small alcove there that is really impossible to miss. Easy enough to find place, great view, I would return for the view, to wake up to it.
brucepeake2016
28 Okt 2019 -
Nice location on the Sumida River. Room is modern but a little small. No table no fridge no coffee making facilities. The bathroom/shower overlooking the river is quite unusual. 10 mins walk from the nearest metro, and 20 mins walk from Tokyo Train Station. There are a few bars/restaurants locally within 10 mins walk. Breakfast is served in the Pitmans restaurant. You have a choice of 2 which does get a bit predictable Staff are very friendly and helpful..
larique
20 Agt 2019 -
Stayed at the female dorm for five nights in April 2019. The hotel is a quiet neighbourhood, which offers a relaxing place for resting and sleeping after going around sightseeing during the day. Very well organized and clean facility with good security. As a solo traveller, I felt very safe staying there. The bathrooms and common area were kept very clean. Everyone who stayed at the dorm was quiet and respectful. Overall, I had an excellent experience there.
hoboesque
29 Apr 2019 - Pasangan
The hotel is on the Sumida River, in a relatively undiscovered corner of Tokyo. We chose it partly because it was a 'hood that we didn't really know. The area has not only the main river, but lots of smaller waterways, mixed light industrial (birthplace of Japan's cement industry, who knew?!) and residential... sort of downtown but on the cusp of getting trendier. It was a really cool non-touristy area to explore. We arrived at 2:50 and were asked to wait till the 3:00 check in time before our room was "ready". This is classic old-school Japanese hotel service and what you'd expect in the majority of old places in this country; in a trendy newish hotel that clearly was catering to inbound guests it was irritating, unnecessary, and not a great start to our stay. The clerk was juggling a pile of check-in forms, and, while polite and pleasant, was disorganised and needed help from his junior colleague to complete the paperwork. Check out was quick and ok. I'd booked a room with a bath overlooking the river (the bath, that is). That was indeed fun. We could shower or bath with a full picture window view of the river. Exhibitionism-overdrive! Otherwise the room was super-minimal (reasonably spacious but sub-IKEA), and didn't feel worth the US$250-ish it cost. There was no desk to work on, no furniture, nowhere to unpack clothes, and the toilet and basin area were pretty basic-functional. There was no kettle to make tea, a normal standard fixture in a Japanese hotel room. Although the flat-screen TV had a "Netflix" button, it wouldn't connect. To be honest we were happy we were there just for one night. The bed was comfortable and the wifi worked well. We tried the restaurant. There's a microbrewery onsite - not out-there interesting beers, but good and fresh. The food was a limited menu but well done. The staff were young and pleasant but not particularly well-trained. However it had a great view of the river and seemed to be popular with a local clientele. We enjoyed our weekend, and appreciate that this hotel is trying to be fresh and a bit different. However the rooms while "designed", are not as comfortable as they could be, and the staff deserve better training. More work to be done before it justifies its price point.
Cheuk Yi T
14 Jan 2019 - Pasangan
Price is the first priority for us, it’s comparatively cheaper in Tokyo. Its location is okay, around 10mins walk from closest metro station. The staff are very friendly and comparatively better in speaking English. We stayed in a double room with private bathroom. Most importantly it is very clean. But there are some details that can be added: (1) maybe more or bigger tables for putting stuff? (2) maybe it’s a hostel-type hotel, there is no bottled water nor water fountain. Only way is to buy from their vending machine or walk some distance to convenient stores... I stayed in some other hostels too they at least have a proper water fountain, I guess you can install a good water fountain? (3) not a big problem but maybe some clothes hooks in the bathroom?
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