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Sotetsu Fresa Inn - 3 Star Japanese Hotel Chain

You want a cheaper hotel in Tokyo? Then look no furthers than The Sotetsu Fresa Inn hotel chain is a three-star budget option that provides tourists in Japan with rooms that are both pleasant and convenient. The Sotetsu Group, a corporation that has placed an emphasis on security and dependability for an extended period of time, is the owner and operator of the hotel chain. To cater to the wide range of requirements that its guests have, the Sotetsu Fresa Inn, which follows the limited-service hotel business model, offers cutting-edge amenities as well as a soothing atmosphere.

The hotel network has many properties in key cities around Japan, including Tokyo, Yokohama, and Hiroshima, all of which provide convenient access to well-known tourist destinations as well as significant transit hubs. Amenities such as air-conditioned rooms with free Internet, private bathrooms, and breakfast are available for guests to enjoy during their stay (when you opt for that package). In addition, the hotels provide visitors with a front desk that is staffed around the clock by friendly and knowledgeable employees, making for a relaxing and trouble-free stay.

The Sotetsu Fresa Hotel is the best option for vacationers looking for a cheap and pleasant place to stay in the Tokyo that does not skimp on convenience or level of service. Because of the hotel chain’s dedication to safety and dependability, innovative service offerings, and welcoming employees, visitors are certain to have a relaxing and pleasurable stay free of worry.

Introduction to Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi Entrance; cheaper hotel in Tokyo

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi is a 3-star hotel located in the heart of Chuo, Tokyo. This hotel offers an exceptional experience to its guests with its tranquil environment, immaculate cleanliness, and exceptional service. In this article, we will delve deeper into the hotels rooms and services to provide you with a detailed understanding of why Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi is the best choice for your next stay in Tokyo.

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Location, Location, Location

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi is situated in the heart of Chuo, Tokyo. The hotel’s location is perfect for those who want to explore Tokyo’s famous tourist attractions. The hotel is conveniently located near several subway stations, making it easy for guests to travel around the city. Additionally, the hotel is within walking distance of several restaurants, cafes, and shopping areas.

Rooms

The hotel offers a wide range of room types to cater to the needs of different guests. The rooms are spacious and come equipped with all the modern amenities that you would expect from a hotel chain. The rooms feature comfortable beds, TV, air conditioning, and free Wi-Fi. Additionally, the rooms come with an en-suite bathroom but complimentary toiletries need to be picked up from the hotel lobby.

We opted for a family room, and it was ample for our family needs. 3 beds were provided for the 3 of us when we really only needed 2 but that gave us all room to spread out and relax.

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi Hotel Room Cheaper Hotel in Tokyo with Great Location
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi Spare Bed

Bathroom

The bathroom was well equipped and roomy for a hotel of this budget, bath/show was big enough and came with plenty of shampoo, conditioner and shower gel. The star of the show was the Japanese electronic toilet with adjustable water temperature & water pressure. These are now standard through Japan and as we found even in a cheaper hotel.

“If you’re looking for a toilet that’s always on target, then look no further than a Japanese electronic toilet. With its impressive sensor technology, it’s like having your own personal GPS Locator in the bathroom!”

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi Bathroom

Facilities

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi offers a limited amount of facilities to its guests, never the less what they do offer makes your stay comfortable and enjoyable. The hotel features a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and a laundry service. The hotel also has a vending machine that provides guests with drinks and snacks.

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi Reception
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Value

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi offers excellent value for money. The hotel’s rates are competitive, and guests can enjoy a premium hotel experience at an affordable price. Additionally, the hotel offers several discounts and promotions throughout the year, making it an even more attractive option for budget-conscious travellers.

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How to get to Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi

Takaracho Station Entrance A7

Located at 2 Chome-11-1 Kyobashi, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0031 the hotel has a number of train stations nearby so is ideally located for the tourist.

We took a train from Haneda Airport to Takaracho Station and exited the train station at Entrance A7 and was greeted by a young couple offering to help us find the location. As it turned out we was 2 mins away walking! How polite Japanese people are to tourists looking lost!

On the way back from the Asakusa Shrine alighted the train and exited through the wrong ticketing gate and climbed mount Everest of a staircase, not for the fainthearted after a long days walk.

Toei Asakusa Line Takaracho Station

Getting Around Tokyo

Now for all those people saying don’t worry we can use Google Maps, trust me it’s a mind field and less than 24hrs in Tokyo we had more arguments about which way we should go than we have had over a whole year. So my advice is to not trust Google Maps at all, use it by all means but remember it can send you in the wrong direction more often than not.

The Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi has an advantageous location close to a number of Tokyo’s railway stations, which enables guests to reach many of the city’s most popular hotspots with ease. The following railway stations are listed on the website of the hotel as being located in the vicinity of the hotel: Takaracho Station , Kyobashi Station, Tokyo Station and Ginza-itchome Station.

Now take a look at the Map of the Tokyo rail system. Getting around is not that easy unless you know how. Google Translate helps as many of the ticket office masters only have laminated sheets to guide you through the rail system, so be patient!

This link should help with planning https://transfer-internal.navitime.biz/toeikotsu-en/pc/top/Top?function=transfer

Tokyo Metro Map

5 Tokyo Rail Tips

  1. Buy a ticket before boarding the train

To ride the trains in Tokyo, you can either purchase a paper ticket or an IC card, such as a Suica or Pasmo card, which is a rechargeable smart card that allows you to easily pay for your train fare. We recommend purchasing your ticket or IC card before boarding the train to avoid the hassle of buying a ticket at the station and potentially missing your train.

If you purchase a paper ticket, you can use the fare adjustment machines near the exit gates to settle the difference at the end of your journey. You will need cash for tickets at machines, biggest denomination is Yen 500, you do get change. From the station you are buying the ticket you will see a map, the destination station will show the Yen amount you need to pay for your ticket in advance. Pretty simple really!

  1. Wait for passengers to exit the train before entering

When boarding the train, it is important to wait for passengers to exit the train before entering. This is especially important during rush hour when trains are crowded. By waiting for passengers to exit the train, you can avoid causing delays and potentially blocking the train doors.

The queues to enter trains should be respected as people in Japan are very polite.

  1. Avoid talking on the phone or speaking loudly inside the train

In Japan, it is considered impolite to talk on the phone or speak loudly inside the train. To avoid causing discomfort to other passengers, we recommend refraining from talking on the phone or speaking loudly inside the train. If you need to take a phone call, we suggest stepping off the train and taking the call outside.

  1. Be mindful of your backpack

When riding the train, it is important to be mindful of your backpack. In crowded trains, we recommend putting your backpack down or wearing it in front to avoid hitting other passengers. By being mindful of your backpack, you can make the train ride more comfortable for yourself and other passengers.

  1. Know the different types of trains and operators

Tokyo has a complex railway system with various types of trains and operators. It is essential to know the differences between the various types of trains, such as commuter trains and subway trains, and the different operators, such as JR and Tokyo Metro. This will help you plan your journey more efficiently and avoid getting lost.

We hope that these tips will help you navigate the Tokyo railway system with ease and make your trip more enjoyable.

Where to eat near Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi

Three nearby restaurants within walking distance we recommend:

Kitakata Ramen Ban’nai

Kitakata Ramen Ban’nai is a popular eatery known for its distinct wavy, flat, hand-crumpled noodles and flavorful golden pork broth. Their signature Toro Chashu pork is freshly made every few hours with imported soy sauce from Japan. The menu includes a variety of ramen options, including vegetarian and spicy miso, as well as dishes like Aburi Chashu Bowl and Juicy Fried Chicken.

Address: 〒104-0031 Tokyo, Chuo City, Kyobashi, 2 Chome−11−5 パインセントラルビル

Nihombashi Yaki-gyoza Kiwami

Yaki-gyoza is a popular Japanese dish consisting of dumplings that are pan-fried on one side before being steamed with water and cornstarch. The resulting dumplings are crispy on one side and tender on the other. Yaki-gyoza can come with different types of fillings, but the most common one is a mixture of ground pork, nira chives, green onion, cabbage, ginger, garlic, soy sauce, and sesame oil.

Address: 〒104-0031 Tokyo, Chuo City, Kyobashi, 2 Chome−6−13, East Building, 1F

TANSAIGYO

You must try the Tamagoyaki which is a Japanese omelette made by rolling thin layers of seasoned egg into a layered log, which is then sliced. The dish is typically seasoned with soy sauce and sugars, and different types of fillings can be added.

Address:〒104-0031 Tokyo, Chuo City, Kyobashi, 2 Chome−6−13, East Building, B1

Conclusion

In conclusion, the Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi is a great value hotel that provides its visitors with an experience of the highest calibre for those looking for travel on a budget but wants quality. Travelers who will be in Tokyo will find that this hotel offers the best combination of amenities, including a convenient location, large rooms, up-to-date facilities, outstanding service, and affordable pricing. This hotel comes with our highest recommendation, and we think that you should put it at the top of your list when thinking about where to stay on your next trip to Tokyo.

As they say in Japan, arigatou gozaimashita, sayounara!!

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi Address, Telephone & Website

Address: 2 Chome-11-1 Kyobashi, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0031

Telephone: +81 0352502031

Website: https://sotetsu-hotels.com/fresa-inn/kyobashi/

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