Staff were very polite and friendly, though very limited English. However, we were still able to communicate and I was able to get my room quite easily. Room was small (as expected). As a six-foot tall person, I bumped my head on the ceiling of the shower area a few times. Air conditioning was effective and positioned directly over the bed for maximum […] comfort and cooled down the room rather quickly from no A/C at all. Location was a short walk from the Kanda train station, but was equally accessible from two others, though I didn't personally try to get the hotel from either of those. Helpful map was posted on Flexstay's website, with address in Japanese in case (probably helpful if you took a taxi). I strongly suggest Googling for this map, as it was critical in helping me get to the hotel. Very clean hotel with friendly staff at a great price! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Really enjoyed staying at this hotel, it is cheap and compact but I would stay there again. It is really clean and safe neighbourhood. Good HotelGenuine Hotels.com guest review
駅近く、とは言えないまでも神田駅から問題なく歩ける距離。0時までにチェックインしないといけない制約はあるが、室内は清潔で、立地からしてもリーズナブルかと。Genuine Hotels.com guest review
排水の匂いが少ししたのが残念です。ただ換気扇によって匂いは抜けました。Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Rien à redire"
Personnel accueillant, chambres confortables et propres.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Excellent place to stay in Tokyo"
01/05/14 RapidCancel Houston, Texas
Stayed here from 12-29-2013 until 1-4-2014 and won't hesitate next time I go back to Tokyo. The hotel is about a 5 minute walk from Kanda and Shinnihonbashi which makes it pretty easy to get around Tokyo and go to Narita Airport. The train stations are also close by, but I never used them, so I can't really comment on them. There were a lot of restaurants along the way to the hotel and close to the station as well as a liquor store and some other random things. As far as size goes, its actually been one of the bigger ones that I've stayed at while in Japan. There is no cleaning service, they only bring you towels and toiletries everyday. The hotel is as clean as you make it. They also have a coin laundry downstairs to use and the bathroom seems about standard size for most of the hotels in Japan. The staff was great! I wish I could remember the names of the two who mainly helped me, unfortunately, I never got them. I don't speak any Japanese, but both of them spoke decent English. I did lose my phone was in Nara a few days before and one of the receptionist was kind enough to help me call to see if the stations had found it. She actually helped me call them several times throughout my stay, which I'm very grateful for! Another guy helped get me a scale multiple times for me to measure my luggage to make sure I met the weight requirements. Overall, a very great stay here! Highly recommended to anyone staying in Tokyo. I'm planning to go back in about 2 years or whenever my next trip back to Tokyo is.
"Good Hotel Accessible to All Attractions and Shopping"
10/11/13 Professor177 LaGrange, Georgia
This is a good hotel in a good location. It is accessible to trains and subway. The staff is friendly and very helpful. Towels and toiletries were replenished daily. The room is small but clean and efficient. The price is right and I would stay here again.
"Excellent location and very clean room."
I loved the location of the hotel, it's within 5 min walk to Kanda station, kodenmacho station and shinnihonbashi station; within 15 min walk to higashinihonbashi station. There's one direct train every hour or so to narita airport from higashinihonbashi station. Kodenmacho station is for easy access to tsukiji station while Kanda station can be used to access JR lines to stations like Shinjuku, Ueno, Yokohama and it can also be used to access stations such as ginza on the metro line. Overall, really loved the location. However, because Kanda is a highly business district, there's alot of drunk men at night and people on the streets pushing for izakaya. There's also a high concentration of foreign men in this area too, so I don't recommend the hotel for women travelling alone. I have a 4 for the value because the hotel charges you 120 yen for hailing a taxi for you. Although it isn't expensive but for a business hotel this level, they should offer the service for free. Also I found that by about 1500yen more for a total of 12 day stay, the APA hotel directly opposite of this one offers in room laundry machines AND complimentary breakfasts. At last, most staff didn't speak any English and they looked very worried when I asked them if they could. My rating for this hotel is just standard for Japanese business hotels. Next time I would not consider staying at this hotel again. I would choose other hotels in the same area, for example APA or Tokyu stay hotels.
"Downtown and affordable"
11/05/12 MonQ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lived here for close to 6 months from Feb-July 2012. In spite the small room (14sqm) I got used to the size and felt very comfortable. The compact room came with the standard amenities plus I borrowed (no rental fee) a humidifier and rice cooker (did not use it as frequent though). And there was a laundry room at the ground floor. It's super convenient because it's close of the Kanda Station (JR and metro) which is surrounded by delicious yet affordable restaurants, convenient stores all around, towards Kodenmacho (metro train station) there are several supermarkets and even a clinic. Ginza shopping district is to the south, and Akihabara to the north. Best of all, it's affordable!
"Excellent place to stay in Tokyo"
04/23/11 gyunyu Farnborough, United Kingdom
We stayed here during our recent trip to Tokyo and would love to stay here again if we return to Tokyo again. The Flexstay inn's rooms are very good and contain a lot in a small space (13sqm) we had a kitchen, a compact bathroom and a double bed. The room contains all the cutlery and cooking equipment ready for when you want to use the cooking facilities. There are laundry facilities in the hotel which are very easy to use. We were very pleased with the room and the price. The staff at the hotel are very accommodating and were able to help us with the many queries we had. It is good to have some knowledge of Japanese when you are at the hotel as it is very useful in communicating with others at the hotel. The hotel is about 5-10 minutes walk from Kanda Station, which is 1 stop for both Tokyo and Akihabara, as well as being on the Yamanote line and easy access to the ginza subway line. It is also right next to an am/pm and there are many good restaurants in the area.
"I lived here for 6 months in 2010 and I will not hesitate to return"
01/24/11 RocketJohn Denver, Colorado
I was on an extended assignment in Tokyo from Feb 2010 - Aug 2010. I lived here the entire time, without ever returning to the USA and while it may be small in comparison to your typical western hotel, it is very well maintained, convenient, affordable and in a nice central quiet location. The staff is very helpful and friendly, The building itself is impeccably maintained and the structure itself is very solid and soundproof. I never heard anyone from inside my room. The restaurants in the Kanda area, especially near the train station are affordable, of the highest quality and dependable. There is a great little convenient store downstairs, a fresh food market 2 blocks away, and at night and on weekends the area is dead quiet as the salarymen have gone home for the night/weekend. I am headed back to Tokyo for only 1 week next month and have already booked my stay at the Kanda Flexstay. It's comfortable and efficient, with no one in my business. A perfect business stay hotel!
"amazingly comfortable, compact, functional and value for money."
12/30/10 mswong Melbourne, Australia
The service at Flexstay Kanda Inn was excellent, the staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Although, the website states that the official check-in time is not until 3pm they allowed us to check in at 9am which was extremely nice! The rooms were compact but I would not call them small given that is what is to be expected in Japan. The rooms was very clean. Many people have commented that the bathrooms are small but its not bad at all. The shower pressure is amazing and there is a high-tech japanese toilet as well. The rooms had free LAN, bar fridge and kettle. The towels, bath mat, wide range of toiletries (including bath sponges and razors) and robes were exchanged daily. If you are purchasing a JR pass during your visit, this is the place to stay. It is a 5 minute walk at most from Kanda station, which is on the JR Yamanote line. The hotel was quiet and we rarely saw the other people staying there, so no loud neighbours and the like. Excellent stay, would highly recommend it to friends and will definitely be staying here again.
"Very clean, satisfied!"
01/12/10 Voyageur2Paris paris
we have spent 2 weeks in Flexstay Kanda inn and we were very satisfied about the hotel. We have reserved the room for 3. It is very clean, near from the station Kanda (about 7 min by feet), the staff is adorable, the room was confortable. The bathroom was large. Near the station there is lot of place to eat. Kanda is famous for its soba and unagi ;) We recommend the hotel. Clean for not too much expensive.
"Great value, great service!"
07/09/09 winedineexplore Alberta, Canada
This is apartment-style accommodation and is part of the Weekly Mansion Tokyo group of budget-style rooms. They say they provide no housekeeping, but our bed was made, garbages were emptied, fresh robes and bath amenities were provided each day. They don't change the bedding unless you request it (and I think you have to pay a small fee). A vacuum cleaner is provided in the room for you. Our room came with a small kitchenette with pots and a hot plate and mugs. The bathroom was fairly cramped and the room was also quite small (as most Japanese accommodations are). A TV and free LAN internet is provided. The staff was very hospitable. The Inn is about a 5 minute walk from the Kanda metro/JR station, and is within walking distance to Akihabara
06/27/08 LizNmArK Perth, Australia
This hotel is located in Kanda, 1 train stop away from Tokyo. It's part of the Weekly Mansion Tokyo (budget) Hotel chains. Yes, I mention the word 'budget hotel', but budget hotel Japanese style this is nothing like you've ever imagined... (and I mean it in a positive way). For a start it's cheap. With just under AU$100 per night you get: extra comfy bed, dressing gown/robe, slippers, bar fridge, kitchenette (with pots, pans, plates, cutlery and a hotplate), even trouser press and vacum cleaner in your room and the most important thing... IT'S SUPER CLEAN!!!! Not a spot of dust or even (god forbid) mould in sight. The staff are friendly and polite. Their english are limited but they'll try their best to understand and meet your needs. If this doesnt work try: pen+paper = draw or use ' tarzan' hand signals. Good luck :) Location: exit at Kanda Station and its about a 5-10 minutes walk from the train station. No breakfast in this hotel but it's very central and there are 24hrs shops just around the corner, fastfood shop (japanese style: rice+beef+miso soup) or ramen noodle bars (gosh, Im drooling just typing this) and of course vending machine literally on every street corners. These food places are fairly cheap, around 500 to 900 Yen per meal, good size and ohh so yummii.... There's a coin operated laundry on the ground floor of the hotel and two large vending machines which sell Asahi beer and drink mixers. The price is a bit dearer than the 24hrs shop, but very convenient. Now, the heartbreaking part! (just as you think this is the perfect crib to stay in Japan). If you're 6 foot tall or bigger then you will find it difficult to move around in the room. It's a compact room with an even move compact bathroom. It's so compact that you can only stand on one spot in the bathroom and everything is within reach, but (again) it's SUPER CLEAN! The rule: (yes they have rules). They do clean your room but the rule is that you have to keep the room clean (hence the vacum cleaner in the cupboard) - don't argue, just do it. Really, you don't want to live like slobs in Japan, do you?
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