Grids Hostel and Lounge in Nihonbashi: A Great Place for Travelers to Mingle!

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  • Grids Nihonbashi East has recently opened on December 25th, 2015. It is a hostel located in Nihonbashi, a city district in Tokyo, which exudes traditional Japanese design that will make you feel comfortable and at home. You’ll also feel accommodated with a restaurant and a cafe offering free Wi-Fi access. It promises to bridge the gap between visitors and their new surroundings by giving optimum Japanese hospitality.

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    About Grids

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    The hostel’s first opened location is in Akihabara. The second venue’s concept follows the previous airport terminal concept, where people of different backgrounds get to know each other. It has eight floors where guests can enjoy relaxing in a stylish atmosphere. The floors have the following features: dormitory rooms, exclusive posh rooms, lounges and restaurants with a bar. You can definitely enjoy alcohol at a casual bar located near the entrance. It also serves battered fried foods from around the world.

    The Rooms and Cost

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    The lounge is primarily located on the 2nd floor equipped with a microwave, fridge, toaster and vending machines. Eight of the floors have been allocated for dormitory-type of rooms with each floor having their own bunk beds. These beds are separated from each other by curtains. Sleeping in a bed costs 3,300 yen to 5,300 yen per person. However, if you come as a group of friends or as family, another type of dorm-room is available for use. Four of these rooms perfectly fit a large number of people. These are located on the second and third floor with a cost starting from 13,200 yen going up.

    For people who want to have a more extravagant stay, they can choose two of the luxurious suites on the 8th floor. It has amenities fit for a high-class hotel and the price ranges from 18,000 yen to 22,000 yen.

    Grids Nihombashi Hotel is the perfect place if you want to stay comfortably on a budget while touring Japan. Share a room with other people and get the chance to make new friends. It is definitely an excellent traveler’s hub!

    Check out more information on rooms, rates, and facilities here!

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