1 room, 2 adults
2-5-10, Shibakouen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo-to, 105-8582, Japan, 800-491-6126
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Overall rating:TripAdvisor Traveller Rating: 3.5Based on 61 traveler reviews
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"Good value, great location"
01/16/16 russAustralia australia
Room is a little outdated and uncomfortable but perfectly serviceable. Great location. Great service. Good value for money. Was very difficult to find late at night, we wandered around the area for an hour at 2.00am. Best to arrive during the day or get a taxi.
"Outdated, but good enough"
12/19/15 megan-woodruff Dongguan, China
This hotels offers the traditional-style Japanese beds, which is a fun experience. The rooms are spacious and the shower/tub area is nice. The carpets are in desperate need of being replaced, but everything is clean. FYI - the free internet is awesome until about 7:30pm, at which point it slows to a crawl. If you have important things to get done on-line, be sure to do it before evening.
"2 steps from Tokyo tower"
07/27/15 Michelle O Paris, France
Perfect location. Love the traditional Japanese style room. Beautiful decoration. Very simple & clean. Sleeping on the floor was actually quite comfortable :))) Staff spoke a little English. Stayed on Apr 27, 2014 but unable to select the correct date right now
"Old style Japanese hideaway"
The Mielparque hotel is tucked away between some residential buildings in Minato, Tokyo. The hotel looks dated and... it is! This hotel caters to elderly Japanese clientele and does so by remaining faithful to their way of life. For foreigners this means a little less hospitality than usual. At the reception no English is spoken, some clerks can't even read romaji (Western writing). There are no English signs anywhere to be seen, everything is in Japanese. The hotel features old (70s style), somewhat new (90s style) and traditional Japanese style rooms. Mine (#608) was a Japanese style room (on request). It means tatami-matts on the floor and a low table with "legless" chairs around it. The ceilings are very low and rooms are separated by rice paper walls. The electronics (phone, cable radio) in the room look positively ancient, museums would envy this hotel! The only exception is the television, which was a brand new flat screen TV with lots of (Japanese) channels. In the evening house keeping removes the table and replaces it with futons (mattresses on the floor to sleep on). I found this rather comfortable to sleep on, but your mileage may vary. The strongest points of this hotel are the location (close to two subway stations and on the edge of common tourist areas) and the low price. The weakest points are the ridiculous time tables. Breakfast closes at 9.30! Yes, 9.30! We checked it twice! It is really true! Checkin starts at 15.00 and not a minute earlier, even if the room is clean and vacant. Checkout is at 10.00 and again not a minute after. This means setting the alarm clock just to be able to check out in time. But then again, the elderly tend to wake up early and this is how they prefer it...
"Fantastic value on the edge of tourist Tokyo"
07/11/14 sbabones Sydney, Australia
The Hotel Mielparque is fantastic value -- or at least it was when I stayed. It is a four-star tourist class hotel, but it does not seem to cater to tourists. Its main business seems to be hosting weddings and receptions. As a result, prices seem to be steeply discounted whenever there's no event on. The rooms are nothing special, but they are clean, and the location is excellent, surrounded by restaurants, chain coffee shops, and typical services. Of course, the hotel is very close to Tokyo Tower and several major gardens and temples as well. It is however quite difficult to find on foot. If you're not taking a taxi, take the train to Daimon station (as it happens there are direct trains from both Narita and Haneda). Daimon station is on a large boulevard, Daiichi-Keihin. Crossing the boulevard immediately above the station is a major street that doesn't seem to have an English name. Follow this major street in the direction of the Tokyo tower (clearly visible). The street will pass through an ornate gate and narrow; after the gate, take your first alley on the left. It's a dinky alley with no prospect of a major hotel, but at the end of it you are facing the hotel directly across the end of the T intersection. Go around the hotel to the right to find the main entrance. The hotel has very few signs that say "Mielparque"; most of the signs are in Japanese in red and green lettering that looks a lot like a meaningless series of English letters: XSLSISLS. The front desk staff speak enough English to check you in and meet basic needs, but not enough to have a conversation. Still, they got me an extra pillow on request and lent me an umbrella when it rained. Everyone was very friendly. INTERNET: The rooms have free wired (ethernet) internet; no wireless. All in all, the Mielparque Tokyo is no one's idea of a dream hotel, but it is perfectly adequate, clean, and friendly for (at least when I stayed) a fantastic price.
"Muy lindo hotel"
01/07/16 CFS79 Capital Federal District, Argentina
EL hotel es muy bueno, con un desayuno buffet amplio y variado. La atención es cordial y esmerada. La habitación aceptable, con muy buena limpieza. Tiene cerca transporte publico y mas precisamente linea del JR, que es muy util para viajeros.
11/29/15 さぱぱ Kitakyushu, Japan
11/21/15 リゾートいいね 熊本
11/12/15 モヌ Fukuoka, Japan
朝食なしで、この高値段、、 こんな狭い部屋初めてみた。 しかも、コーヒーのサービスすらなし。 レストランも普通の味。 東京２泊３日で来ましたが、損した感じがします。
10/17/15 きんぎょ漁師 Hiroshima, Japan
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