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Small but beautiful rooms with kettle and mini fridge. Comfortable and so clean. Staff were efficient and kind, greeting us every time we entered or exited the hotel. Onsen was amazing!! Loved our stay, highly recommend
Great new hotel, good size room for Japan standards. Onsen was fantastic. Very close to Akasaka which has great choice of food options. Would stay again.
We had a wonderful stay for 6 nights in a corner room - everything was truly fantastic.
Wonderful hotel. Everything at your doorstep. Amazing breakfast options. Would definitely recommend staying here.
I enjoyed the stay at Granbell, convenient location, good amenities and lovely rooftop bar and restaurant. Shinjuku is so much fun, I will definitely stay here again next visit to Tokyo
Location and the size of the rooms were good for Tokyo
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