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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

2385 reviews

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$ 125
Sakura Hostel Asakusa
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"What I love about this hotel -I book for triple room and got 6 bed group room instead. Really love it cause I could use the other space for our belongings. -View was extraordinary. My room was on 5th floor, and you could see an amusement park just across the building with a complimentary view from Tokyo Skytree and Sensoji Temple. -Staff were excellent, hospitable and speak good english -Probably the only hostel with affordable price (by far) that still give you a nice and proper breakfast (toast, soup, drinks, etc) -Check in time starts from 1 pm. It's very convenient for us who have arrive in Japan since morning. (most of the hostel that I know of in Tokyo has check in time starts from 3 pm) Now for the downsides: - it's quite a walk from Asakusa Station (Ginza Line). It's indeed near to another Asakusa Station (the tsukuba express line) but this line is quite pricy. - the heater start to turn on from 10 pm. - there is an open air on the aisle which connect you from your room to the shared bathroom. It's freezing cold especially on winter Overall I have great time there and would definitely spread the good words!"
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8.1

Excellent

800 reviews

Hotel Maruchu Classico
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"Just a little fair warning however, some of the rooms are super nasty with mold growing on the wall. Otherwise the rooms and price were really good for what you're getting. Just the basics is all you really need. The hotel is also really close to the train station with a 5-10min walk"
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8.7

Excellent

17 reviews

Hotel & Hostel SEVEN GARDEN Tokyo
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
"The accommodation located at 2nd and 3rd floor, 1st floor is their restaurant. There’s no elevator, a young lady staff she is so strong that help us to carry my parents heavy luggage bag to 2nd floor. Thank you so much to the helpful staff! Location is very near to Shensoji Temple just in walking distance."
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8.7

Excellent

19 reviews

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