Jimbocho Sakura Hotel Reviews
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My initial concerns that this hotel, having a 24 hour cafe/bar would be noisy at night. For the two nights I stayed there this was not the case.
This was my 5th stay at the Sakura hotel Jimbocho. It's a budget hotel with an excellent staff, cozy bar, good and clean beds. What else do you need?
The double bed rooms are too small. and its really not funny, to share a bed that has just the same width in a one person room. we didn't really feel comfortable in our room!
Great location! Lots of great bustling city events happening near by. Very close to the Jimbocho Station and Castle. Staff were very friendly and helpful and made great efforts to assist us with our sightseeing. Our room was very large and all facilities were clean and comfortable. Will definitely stay again, and 100% recommend it to other travellers. Thanks for a great stay!!
The double beds were not as large as a full bed in the US. In addition, our reservation had been lost. Since we were able to shoe the confirmation page, they did find us a room. The staff was nice, but a bit unorganized.
spent only one night here, but would spend more. nice and clean - nothing special, but nice
Centrally located, cheap and cozy hostel-styled "hotel" with super nice staff. Would consider this to be my top 3 choice every time I come to Tokyo.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
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They have dorms in the basement but they really shouldn't. No fresh air and it feels like a dungeon. Make sure you get a room on an upper floor. The walking area is quaint with old bookstores, an art store, and some cool boutique bars, but you can't explore for very long.