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Asakusa Tobu Hotel
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"It was a great stay!"
9

Exceptional

272 reviews

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$ 76
Asakusa Hotel Hatago
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"For us, the rate is quite expensive. Even though it's quite expensive, the hotel location is very near to Asakusa Station in Asakusa Line - Lift Exit 2A (or 2B I forgot), walk about less than 5 minutes after out of the lift and the room is very clean (Tatami Style) and quite spacious. Also, the service includes room cleaning every day and breakfast (bento which menu changes every day and beverages like water/tea/coffee/orange juice). Even they can't serve halal food for us but they tried their best to serve the food that we can eat. Thank you for your understanding. There is no iron in the room (you may ask the front desk but I'm too lazy to ask for that every time I need it) and no microwave at the lounge (a place where we have breakfast at 9/Floor). And you can go up to the rooftop to enjoy the beauty of the city of the night and Tokyo Skytree. Overall, the hotel provides a very good service for us. Sure, I'll stay again at Asakusa Hotel Hatago. Thank you. ^0^"
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8.6

Excellent

1503 reviews

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$ 39
Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"This hotel has a very good location. Very near to asakusa station if you took tsukuba express (just 2 stops from akihabara) and a few hundred meters to tokyo metro station. Very near to beautiful Senso-ji temple. And street shops near the temple. If you are searching for halal food, there is one halal restaurant, Naritaya Ramen near the Sensoji temple. The ramen and karagae (fried chicken) are the must try food! Very delicious! You should come early because it is full during lunch hour and you have to wait several minutes to get a seat. There is one halal sushi restaurant near the hotel too. And halal chicken kebab in front of the hotel (but the beef is not halal). The room is super clean and beautiful! I love the blind because it has picture of japan culture. Same goes to their toilet door, it has a skytree picture on it. The shampoo, conditioner and shower cream are all green tea base. Super love the smell! And the green tea provided in the room is the best! One thing this hotel lack is the microwave. It does not have a microwave, and the 7-11 near this hotel also does not have a microwave. I love to buy the fish that you can eat after heat from 7-11 and I couldn't do so during my stay here. But overall I will definitely stay again in this hotel. "
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8.6

Excellent

2545 reviews

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$ 37
Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"We incredibly loved our stay in Richmond Premier Asakusa! 5-10 minutes walk to anywhere in Asakusa area (10 minutes walk from the main Asakusa station/Kaminarimon Gate). Located on top of a small shopping mall with Don Quijote, Yoshinoya, Matsuya, Sukiya, Katsuya and a bunch of eatery & small cute shops in the heart of Asakusa it's really hard to beat the convenience and location of this hotel! If you're planning to explore in depth Asakusa and its surrounding area there's no place in Asakusa that can offer a better value than this one. The staff speaks perfect English, the rooms clean (albeit a bit small, but it's already bigger than any other average Japan hotel rooms), with complete amenities. They even offer a walking guide map of Asakusa and discount coupon for Don Quijote! Never been so hyped up for a hotel review, but I'm recommending this to all Agoda users who will visit Asakusa, don't hesitate you're not making awrong choice, you can click that book button now."
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9

Exceptional

4229 reviews

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$ 102
Onyado Nono Asakusa Hot Springs
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"The location of the Onyado Nono Asakusa hotel is in a nice area, closed to everything. Food, shopping, transportation and attractions are within walking distance. The lobby, the lift and the bedroom are clean, with no outdoor shoes policy being imposed on. The staff are very friendly, kind and helpful. The room is small and compact but enough for the 2 of us. The onsen was nice but can be quite busy late at night as is open from 3 pm until 9 am (overnight). Overall we had a nice time staying at Onyado Asakusa Hotel while in Tokyo. "
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8.8

Excellent

592 reviews

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$ 98
HOTEL TAVINOS ASAKUSA
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"You can do everything from check-in to out here automatically. Due to the prevalence of COVID-19, this is perfect hotel for remote work. From another perspective, this fashionable, pop hotel is suitable for young couples to spend their weekend. "
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8.7

Excellent

138 reviews

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$ 42
Richmond Hotel Asakusa
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"Can't say enough good about this hotel, its location, and staff. We were very pleased with the comfort and cleanliness of our room, which came with tons of nice amenities and a refrigerator, but best of all, was the fantastic view! The staff was extremely friendly and helpful, and we throughly enjoyed the breakfast, which was one of the best we've experienced in all of our travels. Staying in Asakusa turned out to be a great choice for us and we found getting around Tokyo by subway worked very easily from here, using either Asakusa Station or Tawaramachi Station, via the Ginza line. We stayed five nights and enjoyed every minute!"
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8.9

Excellent

1678 reviews

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$ 54
Via Inn Asakusa
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"the bluewave inn asakusa exceeded our expectations in every way. the staff are friendly and helpful, and the rooms are very clean and well-maintained, making it a great place to return to after a long day out. for us hair aficionados, we have your own stock of shiseido shampoo and conditioner. its proximity to train stations served by tokyo metro (ginza line) and toei (asakusa line) subway lines, it is a convenient location to base yourself for sightseeing. the area of asakusa is definitely worth visiting, the best part of staying here though, must be its proximity to the beautiful sensoji temple. though not necessary, we always walked to and from the station through the temple grounds to return to the hotel. i would certainly return to stay here, if only for this very privilege. "
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8.3

Excellent

4454 reviews

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$ 71
Asakusa Central Hotel
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"Tips - There's direct train from/to Narita Airport (Narita Sky Access train) to/from Asakusa Station Toei Line which is just around 5-7 minutes walk to the hotel - if you can't catch the direct train, fret not as it will require only 1 transfer on the same platform at the right station so you won't have to worry if you bring big heavy luggages. Just ask the staffs at the station and they will tell you the train you should take, whether to transfer and the time of arrival of the train - The Toei Asakusa Line has elevator exit. just follow A2b exit signage. Its really easy - The hotel is also nearby the other 3 stations which are ginza line (elevator also available), tobu sky tree line and tsukuba express line. Tawaramachi Station of Ginza Line is also around 5-10 minutes walk - Keep in mind though that Toei Asakusa Line train to the airport is pretty packed at peak hours so you might have to stand for some time - If you are in for a ride on the bus, bus stops are just in front of the hotel. - You can choose not to bring your sleeping wear as they provide pajamas (although a bit short on me) and they provide new ones every day - If you make your own breakfast like I was, I think it's better to bring your own mugs as they only provide small glass. Don't forget cutleries too Tips - There's direct train from/to Narita Airport (Narita Sky Access train) to/from Asakusa Station Toei Line which is just around 5-7 minutes walk to the hotel - if you can't catch the direct train, fret not as it will require only 1 transfer on the same platform at the right station so you won't have to worry if you bring big heavy luggages. Just ask the staffs at the station and they will tell you the train you should take, whether to transfer and the time of arrival of the train - The Toei Asakusa Line has elevator exit. just follow A2b exit signage. Its really easy - The hotel is also nearby the other 3 stations which are ginza line (elevator also available), tob"
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8.6

Excellent

3872 reviews

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$ 47
Asakusa View Hotel
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"The room of this hotel for the Quadruple room is bigger than the normal Japanese hotel's room.4 people and 4 24"luggages, the room still has free space to be a little living room. The only thing that I'm quite wondering why 4-star hotel-like Asakusa View hotel hasn't got any fitness room for their guest?? The hotel has a fitness center for their MEMBER only but not allow for their hotel's guests. How weird it is!! In my opinion, the location is not as good as I expected. The nearest train is the Tsukuba line, which is the local line from MORIYA to AKIHABARA. That means if you want to travel in Tokyo by JR line. You always take Tsukuba line from Asakusa to Akihabara and then you can take whatever train both JR and Local line to go on. It wastes your time so much to do that or you must walk around 1 KM. through Senso-ji Temple to take Ginza line or Asakusa line. So if your concern about your transportation maybe this hotel is not suitable for your style."
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8.6

Excellent

2336 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 117

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