The MOXY Tokyo Kinshicho is officially open and the beautiful space offers up affordable visits with beautiful design. Located in the Sumida neighborhood of Tokyo, this quaint and emerging area is in close proximity to the Tokyo Skytree and the Imperial Palace. The hotel's location, away from the city center of Tokyo, plays a big part in the price to value ratio, and the distance should not be an issue for any adventurous traveler.
The MOXY Tokyo Kinshicho was designed by Singapore based design firm Nomura. Vast bar and cafe run along the interior of the lobby, while a lounge is located on the other side of the room. The colorful furniture stand out beautifully against the sleek grey tones of the walls and flooring and is accented by organic wood features. The 205 rooms feature a modular design and include large windows that look out onto the city. LED lights beneath the bed lend a nice charm, and act as nightlights in the space. Other hotel amenities include a gym, meeting room, laundry room and much more.
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The MOXY Tokyo Kinshicho is a Beautiful Hotel With Plenty of Features
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