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  • [Question] Hotel Niwa or Hotel Ryumeikan?

    Can anyone please help me decide whether we should stay at Niwa or Ryumeikan? Both hotels got great reviews on TripAdvisor, but we are still uncler as to which one is more centrally located in Tokyo. Any of them within walking distance to Tokyo Station and the most tourist spots in the city? Does one offer more freebies or perks than the other (wifi, breakfast, etc)?

    Thanks!
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    Re: Hotel Niwa or Hotel Ryumeikan?

    Originally posted by greenkai3000 View Post
    Can anyone please help me decide whether we should stay at Niwa or Ryumeikan? Both hotels got great reviews on TripAdvisor, but we are still uncler as to which one is more centrally located in Tokyo. Any of them within walking distance to Tokyo Station and the most tourist spots in the city? Does one offer more freebies or perks than the other (wifi, breakfast, etc)?

    Thanks!
    Never stayed at either
    Last edited by Roger55; 06-10-2013, 10:54 PM.

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