With an array of high-tech amenities designed to make every stay a pleasure, Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai Grande is the perfect base for modern business and leisure travelers.
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Located in the Edogawa ward of eastern Tokyo, nestled between Tokyo Disneyland® and the central districts of Marunouchi and Ginza, this contemporary hotel is ideal for all types of guest. The train station is just a short stroll away and a complimentary shuttle bus service takes guests straight to Disneyland’s® main entrance.
All guest rooms come in a range of options, including triple rooms, and all feature international power sockets, USB ports, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. For corporate guests, the business center is open 24-hours and provides professional services such as printing and copying. And all guests will enjoy the exquisite cuisine served at the hotel's restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Pets not accepted
Hotel location and the surrounding area
The room is spacious. The UCC coffee capsule available in each room is actually really good one. Nice shower room too. Nice staffs. It’d be better if there’s a mirror on the desk too. But to be...
Shimotsuke, Japan on 02-Nov-2019
Located in a quiet area, possible to travel through the city via the metro or the train.
Large bedroom very clean, quiet floor. There are great restaurants nearby and everywhere, we obtained great...
Montreal, Canada on 14-Apr-2019
Booked this place solely for the Disney shuttles. Typical hotel chain fare. Decent sized rooms (larger than what I'm used to in Japan), all amenities provided; comfortable bed and pillows, friendly...
Great place to stay for a Disneyland trip The price is very affordable. They have a free shuttle but you must schedule day before. It takes about 15 mins to get to/from the parks depending on...
By Susan F
Pocatello, Idaho on 21-Jan-2019
The hotel and rooms are so clean. The access is to the station is such a quick walk, all flat, and the walk gives you a real sense of living in Tokyo. The rooms are small, but so well laid out and...
Guest laundry, 24 hours, charged per item with price sheet in guest room that may be charged to the room or paid with a credit card
Laundromat, 24 hours, wash is 400 yen per load, dry is 200 yen per load and may be charged to the room or paid with a credit card
Express check out
Cable or satellite television
Free wireless Internet available in public areas; free in-room wireless Internet access; free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; all guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless Internet access; all guest rooms are hardwired for Internet access
Business center, 24 hours, complimentary
Local shuttle, complimentary to Tokyo Disney® Resort
Outdoor parking JPY 1,800 Per night
Paid parking, 1800 JPY
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Cable/satellite TV, satellite television channels delivered via antenna
AM/FM alarm clock
High-speed Internet access
Direct dial telephone
Rooms for the Physically Challenged: 1
Physically challenged rooms/facilities available
Rails in bathroom available
Wheelchair accessible available
Safety bar in shower available
Extra wide doors in bathrooms available
Lowered vanity area available
23 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Disney® Resort, a major tourism complex located in Urayasu, just east of Tokyo. It became the first Disney® theme park outside the US when it opened in 1983. Today, the resort has three key sections: the main Tokyo Disneyland® theme park, Tokyo DisneySea®, a marine theme park, and Ikspiari, a retail, dining and entertainment destination which also contains Tokyo Disney® Resort’s official merchandise store.
16.5 kilometer(s) from Shinjuku, Shinjuku is a major commercial and administrative center in Tokyo. This special ward houses the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, the city’s administrative center, and the world’s busiest railway station, Shinjuku Station, which handles more than 3.5 million passengers each day! Local attractions include Tokyo's New National Theatre.
15 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest free-standing broadcasting tower in the world, the Tokyo Sky Tree rises 634 meters from street-level. Opened in 2012, the tower features two observation decks, located 350 and 450 meters above the ground, from which visitors can view the entire Kanto Region including Mount Fuji. The tower also features shops, cafes and restaurants.
12 kilometer(s) from Asakusa, located in the Taito ward of Tokyo, Asakusa is home to the famous Senso-ji, a Buddhist temple that dates back to the 7th Century, making it the oldest in Japan. A culturally rich area, Asakusa is home to many temples and festivals, and is also Tokyo's oldest geisha district.
10 kilometer(s) from Akihabara, Located in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo, Akihabara is the center of Japan’s electronics trade. Having developed its electronics trade since World War II, the so-called “Akihabara Electric Town” is now a major retail hub for video games and computer goods, as well as Japanese anime and manga products.
Aletta on premises full service, American, open for: breakfast, 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Across the street from Saizeriya, brasserie, Continental, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
0.2 kilometer(s) from Mos Burger®, fast food, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
2 kilometer(s) from Sunamo Shopping Center, Sunamo Minami Sunamachi is a major shopping destination featuring eight large stores and about 100 specialty shops, all under one roof! It is located just five minutes’ walk from Minami Sunamachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line.
24 kilometer(s) from Haneda Airport
64 kilometer(s) from Narita Airport
0.24 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Metro Nishi-Kasai Station
0.24 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Metro Tozai Line Nishi-Kasai Station