AddressToshima-ku, Ikebukuro 2-20-1 TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Spotless tatami rooms are the rule at House Ikebukuro, a rather institutional, but very clean, place run by Taiwanese and catering mainly to Asian backpackers. It’s a busy, well-run establishment that’s often fully booked. All singles share bathrooms, but some doubles have private ones.
Our independent authors have visited House Ikebukuro and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Lidabashi & Northwest Tokyo.
Description provided by property
Just 500 metres from JR Ikebukuro Train Station, House Ikebukuro offers Japanese rooms with free Wi-Fi, tatami-mat flooring and traditional futon bedding. It is completely non-smoking, with a common-use kitchen and living area.
All rooms at Ikebukuro House are fitted with air conditioning and a flat-screen TV, and some rooms have shared bathrooms and toilets. Rooms in the annex come with a private bathroom, living area, fridge and microwave.
From nearby JR Ikebukuro Train Station, the Yamanote Line offers direct access to Shinjuku, Shibuya and Ueno in about 15 minutes. Rikkyo University is 350 metres from the hotel, and the Sunshine City complex is 1.5 km away.
The hotel is equipped with coin-operated laundry facilities and a free-use internet station. The lounge has a large flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Limited luggage storage services are available.
Full cash payment in Japanese yen is required upon check-in.
Please note that a curfew of 24:00 applies to the following rooms. - Twin Room with Shared Bathroom - Quadruple Room with Shared Bathroom
Please note that towels are not provided in shared bathroom facilities.
Rooms in the annex cannot accommodate extra guests.
From Ikebukuro Station, Exit C1 is nearest to the hotel. The hotel is to the west of the station.
Directions: From Exit C1, go straight about 40 metres and turn right at the first small street you encounter. Take the first left (after 30 metres), then go straight for 50 metres. The hotel is on your right.
An accommodation tax per person per night is not included in the rate and is to be paid directly at the property.
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