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1 room, 2 adults

First Cabin Kyobashi

1.5-star1.5 stars
2-7-8 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0031, Japan

City-center capsule hotel within easy reach of Tokyo International Forum
  • Free WiFi
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Location
Great location
Cleanliness
Could use a good cleaning
WiFi
Regular internet service
Service
Service is adequate

First Cabin Kyobashi

from €100
  • Male Only - Business Class Cabin
  • Male Only - First Class Cabin
  • Female Only - First Class Cabin
  • Female Only - Business Class Cabin
  • Premium Class Cabin

What’s around First Cabin Kyobashi

Landmarks

  • In Chuo
  • Tokyo International Forum - 12 min walk
  • Tokyo Imperial Palace - 21 min walk
  • Nippon Budokan - 43 min walk
  • KidZania Tokyo - 45 min walk
  • Marunouchi Building - 15 min walk
  • Ginza Six - 16 min walk
  • Imperial Garden Theatre - 16 min walk

Getting around

  • Tokyo (NRT-Narita Intl.) - 56 min drive
  • Tokyo (HND-Haneda) - 24 min drive
  • Hatchobori Station - 8 min walk
  • Yurakucho Station - 13 min walk
  • Tokyo Station - 16 min walk
  • Takaracho Station - 3 min walk
  • Kyobashi Station - 4 min walk
  • Ginza-Itchome Station - 9 min walk

At a glance

Key facts

Size

  • 238 rooms

Arriving/leaving

  • Check-in time 5 PM-4 AM
  • Check-out time is 10 AM
If you are planning to arrive after midnight please contact the property in advance using the information on the booking confirmation.

Required at check-in

  • Credit card, debit card, or cash deposit required for incidental charges

  • Government-issued photo ID required

  • Minimum check-in age is 13

Travelling with others

Children

  • Children (12 years old and younger) not allowed

  • No cribs (infant beds)

Pets

  • No pets or service animals allowed

Internet

  • Free WiFi in public areas

  • Free WiFi in rooms

Transport

Parking

  • No parking

Payment types at the property

  • Cash
* See small print for additional details or extra charges

In the hotel

Working away
  • Meeting rooms
Services
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service
  • Laundry facilities
  • Free newspapers in lobby
  • Luggage storage
Facilities
  • Elevator
  • Designated smoking areas
Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Japanese

In the room

Home comforts
  • In-room climate control (air conditioning)
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Iron/ironing board (on request)
Things to enjoy
  • Fireplace
Freshen up
  • Shared bathroom
  • Shower only
  • Bidet
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
Be entertained
  • Flat-screen TV
Stay connected
  • Free WiFi
Food and drink
  • Refrigerator (on request)
More
  • Daily housekeeping
  • In-room safe

First Cabin Kyobashi’s small print

Also known as

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Policies

The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.

Mandatory fees

You’ll be asked to pay the following charges at check-in or check-out:

  • A tax is imposed by the city and may be collected at the property. The amount varies based on factors such as length of stay, property classification, and room price. Other exemptions or reductions might apply. For more details, please contact the property using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.
  • A tax is imposed by the city: JPY 200 per person, per night

We have included all charges provided to us by this property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the unit you book.

Recent reviews

Very Good 8.4 From 620 reviews

Exceptional 10.0
The best in Tokyo
I stayed for two nights. Before that, I stayed for two nights at Tokyo Ekimae Bay Hotel, a similarky nice capsule hotel but this one, is obviously thr best. Excellent location, friendly and helpful staff, very clean. It also provides you locks for your large luggage and a locable space in your cabin.
Jin, au2 night trip
Exceptional 10.0
The experience was good
Theresa, us3 night trip
Very Good 8.0
pretty good, but could of been better.
The room was clean, as were the facilities, and the location was good as well. Service was slightly above average by global standards, but having been to Japan multiple times, by Japanese standards, I felt that it was average. I didn't really feel welcomed, by the concierge when I came, felt more like going through the motions of his job. I do realize that was probably my personal experience. I did think there wasn't enough air circulation in the pods/rooms. Often my room was a lot warmer than the hallways.
as2 night trip
Exceptional 10.0
Very friendly and accommodating staff. Good area.
Steven, us3 night trip
Good 6.0
Not for light sleepers
The locker drawers in each cabin make it more convenient than your typical capsule hotel. However, I quickly realised this was also the source of my sleepless nights. There were a lot of 1-night guests staying around my cabin, and almost all checked-in past 10 pm and left before 8 am. There was non-stop banging of the screen doors, slamming and opening of the locker drawers, and loud rolling of suitcases (at 3 am for over 30 minutes!). It was terrible. In short, if you are a light sleeper, I would rather you stayed in a proper hotel room or an actual capsule hotel, where suitcases are kept in a SEPARATE locker room outside of the sleeping quarters. Given the situation, it would have been a better experience if the hotel had placed me in a cabin with other longer-stay guests instead of surrounding me with 1-night guests. Or perhaps a complaint or rating system could be made so that guests could raise this issue sooner? And that the hotel could know, in the future, which guests are a bigger nuisance to others.
Erica, hk5 night trip

First Cabin Kyobashi

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