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Recommended hotels for wheelchair Users in Tokyo

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Recommended hotels for wheelchair Users in Tokyo

We will be staying in Tokyo but it will be tough for my grandfather who's a wheelchair user if the hotel had a lot of stairs and no slopes. Please give me hotels in Tokyo which are suitable for wheelchair users as well.

Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier

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Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier

4.9

  • address
  • 8-13-1, GINZA, CHUO-KU, TOKYO 104-0061, JAPAN
  • Transport Access
  • [Nearest Station]
    4 min. walk from Shimbashi Sta. (Exit No.1) of the Tokyo Metro Ginza Subway Line.
    5 min. walk from JR Shimbashi Sta. (Ginza Exit)
    5 min. walk from Yurikamome Shimbashi Sta.
    7 min. walk from Ginza Sta. (Exit No.A3) of the Tokyo Metro Ginza Subway Line.

    [From Narita International Airport]
    Approx. 90 min. by Airport Limousine Bus to Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Mae (Front). [Fare : JPY3000]
    Approx. 70 min. by Narita Express (NEX) on the JR Line to Tokyo. [Fare : JPY3310] Then 1 stop (4 min.) by JR Yamanote Line to Shimbashi.
    Approx. 90 min. by Keisei Skyliner to Nippori. [Fare : JPY2080] Then 7 stops (approx. 14 min.) by JR Yamanote Line to Shimbashi.

    [From Haneda Airport]
    Approx. 40 min. by Airport Limousine Bus to Tokyo Sta. [Fare : JPY900] Then take the JR Yamanote Line to Shimbashi.
    Approx. 30 min. by Monorail to Hamamatsucho. [Fare : JPY600] Then 1 stop (2 min.) by JR Yamanote Line to Shimbashi.

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Universal room

This hotel has a universal room which is easy to use for wheelchair users. It's spacious and there are also hand rails in the bathroom. There's also an emergency call to the hotel front so you can feel safe.

A hotel with wheelchair accessible facilities

The rooms and lobby are well-cleaned in this hotel so you can spend a relaxing, comfortable stay. The bathroom is clean and there's also a public bath where you can take your fatigue off after a long hard trip.

It has wheelchair accessible facilities

This hotel has wheelchair accessible rooms as well as universal rooms. The breakfast buffet with plenty of fresh vegetables arriving from the morning market is delicious.

Tokyo Dome Hotel

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Tokyo Dome Hotel

5.0

  • address
  • 1-3-61, KORAKU, BUNKYO-KU, TOKYO, 112-8562, JAPAN
  • Transport Access
  • Just a 2 min. walk from Suidobashi station on the JR Sobu line or Toei Mita line.

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Maybe here

This hotel has taken precautions for wheelchair users so you can stay here with ease. The views from the room are wonderful and the room service is of high quality.

A safe stay

It's in a convenient location about 3 minutes walk from Suidobashi station. They have wheelchai-friendly rooms so you can relax with ease. The staff are also kind and polite so you can feel safe staying here.

Recommended

I recommend here. This hotel was originally built for wheelchair users. You will find that there are rails in many places so wheelchair users can have a comfortable stay. The hotel staff are also attentive.

Accessible room

This hotel has a room called 'Accessible Room' which is built with a universal design so there is a generous amount of space for wheelchair users. They have hand rails fitted in the bathroom so you can easily take a bath.

Hotel Sunroute Asakusa

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Hotel Sunroute Asakusa

4.8

  • address
  • 1-8-5, Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034, Japan
  • Transport Access
  • 1 min walk from Exit 3 of Tawara-machi station ( Tokyo Metro Ginza Line ) / 7 min walk from Exit A1 of Asakusa station ( Metropolitan Asakusa Line ) / 3 min walk from Exit A1 of Asakusa station ( Tsukuba Express ) / 7 min walk from Asakusa station ( Tobu Asakusa Line ) / 10 min walk from Exit A5 of Kuramae station ( Metropolitan Oedo Line )

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You can feel safe in the universal room

It's a business hotel 1 minute walk from Tahara station. This hotel has a universal room so wheelchair users can feel safe. They have electric curtains in the bathroom. Breakfast is served in Jonathan's on the bottom floor so it's accessible for wheelchair users.