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Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa

1-4-17 Komagata, Tokyo - Map
"Reasonable Price n great location"
Despite of small room n lack of space.Everything were great.Staff are.very friendly n provided free storage. Will stay here if we visit Japan again.
Traveller from HK
The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic - Tokyo Hotels

The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic

2-16-11 Kaminarimon, Tokyo - Map
The location of the hotel is prefect where 2 subways lines starts there. Besides, the staffs and the hardware are all excellent. Definitely would recommend this hotel to others.
A Traveller
Hotel Keihan Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Keihan Asakusa

2-12-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Perfect for a day in Tokyo"
The Short - Tokyo is MASSIVE...if you are looking to stay near Sensoji Temple...stay here. The Medium - I was in Japan on business and took some time to see the country. I walk a LOT and put on a good 15 miles in Tokyo. This rooms are very small but well appointed and comfortable. If you are going to Tokyo to stay in a hotel...this is not the place for you. If you are going to Tokyo to walk a lot and see even more...this hotel is a fantastic base.
A Traveller
Dormy Inn Express Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels

Dormy Inn Express Asakusa

1-3-4 Hanakawado, Tokyo - Map
"Excellent place to stay in Asakusa, Tokyo"
This is not a luxury hotel. The rooms are small and so are the baths. However, everything is in good repair and very clean. The layout of the room makes it very functional. The hotel staff is very friendly. You interact with them regularly because you leave your room key at the desk when you leave the hotel. At first I thought this was kind of strange, but got use to it. It also gave me the opportunity to interact with the desk clerks. They seem to know all their guests. There was a choice of Japanese or western breakfast. In addition, there was a large selection of fruits, salads, rice and waffles for breakfast. In the evening they had ramen soup.
A Traveller
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Red Planet Asakusa, Tokyo - Tokyo Hotels

Red Planet Asakusa, Tokyo

1-11-6 Asakusa, Tokyo - Map
"Clean and modern"
This was a wonderful place to stay, and in the heart of Asakusa.
A Traveller
Agora Place Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels

Agora Place Asakusa

2-2-9 Kotobuki Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Perfect location to explore Akihabara. "
Ony 25 minutes away from electric town with typically excellent Japanese hospitality. The hotel staff helped me with a taxi and even made sure the taxi driver understood which gate we needed to get to for our flight home.
Traveller from Norwich
APA Hotel Asakusa-Kuramae - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Asakusa-Kuramae

2-4-6, Komagata, Tokyo - Map
"Nice hotel"
No complaints about the hotel except that when I had my "I don't need my room cleaned" sign up (which is supposed to be like a do not disturb) they still knocked on my door and ask me to clean it, waking me up. Other than that I would recommend it for someone who mainly wanted to do things on that side of Tokyo - like visit the sky tree, Asakusa, Akihabara, the fish market. Was a bit time consuming trying to get to Shinjuku and other areas.
A Traveller
Via Inn Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels

Via Inn Asakusa

2-33-7 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Just a normal business hotel "
Just a normal business hotel Good for business travelers, but not for couple.
A Traveller
Palace Japan Hotel - Tokyo Hotels

Palace Japan Hotel

2-31-6, Tokyo - Map
"Nice affordable stay near a station!"
Let me start off by saying I almost never do reviews. However, this hotel is truly worth one. This hotel is located near Minamisenju Station in Tokyo, about 2 miles from Sky Tree. Let me start off by saying this review is based on VALUE. I wanted a cheaper room so I had more money to spend in Tokyo. Upon arrival we were greeted by an extremely friendly staff. And when I say friendly I mean almost like family. The person that checked us in spoke nearly perfect english to make us feel more comfortable. The first night at the hotel was rough, they give you a Japanese style pillow and a very small blanket. The following day I asked if I slept good. I told them no and I was given an additional blanket and western style pillow! The bed is definitely not amazing, but it's fine for the money. The room is extremely small, but again totally manageable. You have a closet and a small fridge to store things. I only slept in the room, I spent very little time just hanging out in my room. Spend your time in the city, not your room! The bathrooms are cleaned everyday, they were never spotless clean, but still very clean considering they were for everyone on the floor. The showers were easy to use, soap and shampoo is provided for you. I never felt uncomfortable in this community bathroom. One day is was raining very hard, I was stopped before leaving and given a STRONG umbrella! Save money and stay at this amazing hotel for the money! You won't regret. A big thank you to the staff!
Traveller from Portland, OR
B:CONTE Asakusa - Tokyo Hotels

B:CONTE Asakusa

2-4-2 Asakusa, Tokyo - Map
"Best place to stay in Asakusa!"
This was the third place we stayed in Japan (Tokyo and Kyoto) it was outstanding. The room is a good size and very well appointed with a fully equipped kitchen (stove, sink, kettle, rice maker, full size fridge, microwave, dishes, etc), ipod deck, cable tv, wi-fi (upon request but no extra charge), lots of storage space for clothes and bathroom items, robes, slippers, and a big shower. The bed is also very comfortable. The staff are very friendly and helpful and the hotel also offers free bicycle usage. The hotel is located directly in the middle of the old town of Asakusa with the Sensoji temple around the corner. The Asakusa train station is within walking distance (5 min). All in all a superb place to stay!
Karen from Auckland, New Zealand

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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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