Pets not allowed.
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Based on 113 reviews
Decent but not memorable
The best part of the Dormy Inn was definitely the onsen. It’s very modern and clean with 3 baths and one sauna. We loved using it after long days walking around Tokyo. The room was clean but tiny and very beige blah. The area was a bit the same - rather bland and lifeless. It was very close to the subway which was handy. The staff spoke next to zero English and were quite cold. Don’t think we would chose this hotel again - perhaps another Dormy but in a more interesting area.
Amazing value, this hotel was our home for the week!
I absolutely loved our time at this hotel, the room was small (typical for Japan and Tokyo in particular) but had all the essentials we needed and felt very cozy. I really appreciated the blackout curtains as we recovered from jetlag and found it easy to nap here. The district was surprisingly quiet and friendly, with many cozy restaurants, pharmacies, convenience stores, etc. nearby. I loved this onsen the most out of all the hotels I stayed at while in Japan, it's small but beautiful and I loved the open air bath best of all. Everything you could possibly need for grooming was included in the onsen which made for much easier packing while we were in Japan since we did not need shampoo, etc. since it was provided. I thought all the products were very high quality. I'm sad that we didn't try the breakfast or free ramen while we were here, we were always stuffed from other places before coming back. The shuttle to Tokyo station was helpful and it's only a few steps away from the Hibaya line which was super convenient. There's a 7-11, CoCo Curry, and FamilyMart all on the same block which was great. The staff was very helpful and even helped me transfer my luggage to a different hotel. I can't say enough how much I loved this hotel and would definitely stay at another Dormy Inn in the future. My one complaint was the pillows were rather small/thin and we were only given one each.
The hotel is very clean
The hotel is very quiet and there are no restaurants to choose. But the hotel is very clean, the room is very big, but the public bath is a little small. The breakfast was very good. The counter staff was a little cold. 飯店周遭很安靜，沒有什麼餐廳可以選擇。但是飯店很乾淨，房間很寬敞，可惜泡湯的浴池有點小。早餐很豐盛。櫃檯人員有點冷漠。
Value for money. Great location
Decently priced, clean & modern room. Room was small as expected. Bed & pillow was quite hard for our liking. Friendly service, held our luggage until check-in and happy to answer out questions. Enjoyed the free coffee and ramem. Nice onsen on the top floor along with free washing machines (paid dryers). We walked from Tokyo station. Shuttle buses available in the mornings to drop you off at Tokyo Station. Overall a great stay and would stay again if we wanted a base in this side of Tokyo.
Excellent hotel, definately worth every penny!
We visited this hotel at the start of our trip from May 14th till 19th. The hotel has a front door which opens during the night with the same keycard as the one from your room. So there is technically no restrictions to leave or enter the hotel as soon as you have checked in and received your room keycard. There is free coffee and tea in the lobby, which is really decent. The hotel staff mostly spoke some or decent English and even those who didn't had some semblance of what was being said in English by guests. They were definitely most helpful. The rooms we above average for Tokyo hotel-rooms i have previously stayed in. I would say a 4/5. Decent beds, nice bathroom, lots of included amenities. However only 1 towel, per person, per day. So if you wanted to shower and go to the hotel Spa on the same day, you would be drying yourself with the same already wet towel. The spa is quite small, however it is decent. There is a cold tub to cool down. 1 indoor and 1 outdoor bath and a sauna. They also provide shaving cream in the spa, so if you want to wash and shave, that is totally possible. There is a no-tattoo's policy in the spa, but its clearly not being enforced. there were multiple guests visiting the spa whilst covered in tattoos. As for location, the hotel is almost literally next to the Kodemmacho Subway Station. Theres a 7-Eleven in between and thats like a 20 meter walk. Its very accessible from the subway. As for nearby restaurants, there are loads in the area. The 1500 JPY Breakfast was amaze-balls. I've seldom had such a good breakfast. There were daily variations in certain meal types. It was always fresh. It was well stocked and the restaurant manager was a very nice person. Which definitely contributed to a good start of every day there. I can definitely and wholeheartedly recommend this hotel to anyone!