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The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic

2-16-11 Kaminarimon, Tokyo - Map
"Central location, good room, excellent views!"
The hotel is located an easy walk from the Metro station, just across the road from the markets. Perfect location for those looking to explore the area and do some shopping! Easy walk to the station even with large suitcases. The room is a good size for Tokyo, and the bathroom was quite large. After spending a week at the ski resorts and showering in a tiny little cube I thought this shower was pretty amazing. The rooftop terrace has excellent views of the sky tower, and particularly at night.
Nat from Sydney, NSW
Agora Place Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Agora Place Asakusa

2-2-9 Kotobuki Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Hotel very close to the subway/ clean tidy room"
Friendly staff and very close to the subway and familymart and 7-11. The room is a bit tight for a family with kid but for a couple stay is ok. Room is cleaned daily and
Yingsawad from Khon Kaen
Via Inn Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Via Inn Asakusa

2-33-7 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
3.9 out of 5 (28 reviews)
Hotel Keihan Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Keihan Asakusa

2-12-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Good location hotel near Sensoji Temple"
Alright location for the hotel, a 7/11 is nearby and it's only a 15 minute walk to the Asakusa subway station.
Rob from Toronto Ontario
APA Hotel Asakusa-Kuramae - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

APA Hotel Asakusa-Kuramae

2-4-6, Komagata, Tokyo - Map
"Great hotel near Asakusa & Kuramae train stations."
Staff were extremely helpful and the room (double) small but modern, very clean and comfortable. Within a 2 to 3 block radius - a Post Office as well as a 7-11 and a Family Mart (opposite side of the street) for basic supplies. Within 4-5 blocks, Asakusa Tourist Bureau (great maps), temples and shopping streets. A great place to stay for a week or more of exploring Tokyo. Felt totally safe as a solo female tourist.
Louise from Brisbane, Australia
Dormy Inn Express Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Dormy Inn Express Asakusa

1-3-4 Hanakawado, Tokyo - Map
"Well located and comfortable"
Was a good surprise. Well located next to the Senso-ji temple, shops, small parks and close to Skytree tower plus at walking distance from train and metro stations. Easy to reach from both airports. The room was small and w/o any decor style but quiet, well equipped and spotless. The breakfast (either japanese or western continental) is very good and if you feel for a relax, at the top floor it has a massage area and a japanese open bath with a view to the river. They even considered washing machines (free) and driers (¥100) for your laundry and a very nice thought, never seen in any other hotel: complimentary fabric refreshener in every room. The personnel was very kind and helpful. Highly recommended for the budget traveller.
Phillip from SCL
Boasting a top location in this popular neighborhood, the Dormy Inn Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan delivers quality hospitality to …More
Sadachiyo - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars


2-20-1 Asakusa, Tokyo - Map
"rare gem in Tokyo"
This modern ryokan in the Asakusa district of Tokyo is famous for its antiques filled interior and has been used to film period movies. It may look like it belongs in the time of the samurai, but it offers every modern comfort: the rooms have telephone, flat screen TV, safe, a thermos of green tea and minibar, and the bathrooms supply toothbrushes, shower caps and bath products. Two public baths are available for same gender bathing in alternance: cedar wood from 4 pm to 11 pm, then stone from 11 pm to 10 am. Yukata (traditional robe), happi coat and slippers are provided to relax in around the hotel. There is a lounge behind reception with books and more antiques. The food is abundant and delicious, served in one of the spacious dining room at a low table reserved with your name written on an origami crane (a symbol of good luck and fortune). Upon departure you're presented with a luggage tag engraved with your name.
Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa

1-30-10 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
"great ryokan in the heart of Asakusa"
Great Ryokan in Asakusa- this is not the heart of Tokyo, but the old district which is pretty close to the JR Yamamote line (the big ring line around tokyo) and if you walk 2 blocks from tokyo station you can get there too very easily. We loved staying here with our 3 kids- it was an authentic japanese experience and we really enjoyed the futons. Bathrooms can be tiny (we stayed twice) but are very clean, good hot showers and are very functional. The staff we amazing with our kids- giving them gifts when we left and were very kind and accomodating. The only muck up was on our second stay we asked for a room with a divider so we could stay up when the kids were asleep and this was not organised- as it was fully booked we had to sit in the dark but they did all they could to try and sort it out. Great location for first timers to Japan- we will probably stay in Ginza next time, but this was exactly what we wanted. The downstairs onsen was lovely too.
ep from New Zealand
Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa

1-4-17 Komagata, Tokyo - Map
Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu

1-31-11 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Excellent Ryokan experience in a great location!"
This hotel is in the heart of Asakusa, right by the Sensoji temple. I really liked the traditional Japanese room. And the traditional Japanese breakfast!
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    Today visited for its Sensoji Temple, Five Storied Pagoda, and the Nakamise traditional shopping arcade, this festive neighborhood once was the city’s hot spot for drinking and dancing. Though it never experienced the development that Ginza and others have, it holds its own with an artistic community and some of the city’s top attractions.

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