Time Out says
Catering exclusively to women, Mayu Tokyo Woman is an inspired take on the capsule hotel trend. The five-floor property has 120 clean and cosy ‘pod rooms’, a far cry from the all-male capsule hotels of yore. Each pod starts at ¥3,500 and is equipped with a charging outlet, a safe box (with a convenient face mirror) and a rolling screen for privacy. The common shower, on the other hand, provides organic soaps and shampoos, while the mirrored armoire features hair dryers and hair irons. To make your stay more comfortable, Mayu also supplies you with an amenities kit: toothbrush, slippers plus a towel and nightwear set.
The Scandinavian-decorated lounge on the top floor has a cool, communal atmosphere where you can bring your own food and relax on the outdoor terrace. Mayu Tokyo Woman is located besides Hatchobori Station, which gives you easy access across eastern Tokyo. Moreover, Tokyo Disneyland is just a 15-minute train ride away. Mayu comes from the Japanese word ‘cocoon’, and the hotel has managed to recreate the intimate aesthetic of a small, but comfortable, home.
1-12-10 Minato, Chuo
|Transport:||Hatchobori Station (Hibiya, JR Keiyo lines), Shintomicho (Yurakucho line)|