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Whenever we are in Tokyo, we choose to stay in the Asakusa-Kuramae area, because it is an excellent base to and from the airport. On this trip, we decided to try out APA Hotel Asakusa Kuramae, and they didn't disappoint. Location was just perfect for...More
I stayed at the hotel last month. Overall, everything was great and exceed my expectation. Located in nearby subway stations Oedo line, Ginza lines and Asakusa line which provides direct access from and to Narita International Airport. From Asakusa line, exit A2b then take elevator...More
Thank Tilney V
Response from アパホテル浅草蔵前, Front Desk at APA Hotel Asakusa KuramaeResponded 18 September 2017
Dear Tilney V,
Thank you for taking the time to post in regards to your recent stay with us.
I am so pleased to read that you found our location good to access. I am delighted that the staff made such an impression on you...More
Excellent customer service, perfect location, simple yet comfortable. A perfect base for my exploration. Room is small-ish but as expected for hotels in Japan. Clean, simple. There is a money exchange machine at lobby, public bath + microwave oven up at 14th floor and numerous...More
Thid hotel was booked by my client whom I Visit Tokyo last month, my 1st impression was not good as rooms are very very small, however what I like is that hotel staff is very helping nature, soft-spoken and the location is wonderful as its...More
We chose this hotel for its location. Close to Senso-ji and only a few stops from Skytree and subway lines. Very nice and clean hotel. The rooms were small, barely much more room than a double bed, but we knew this was going to be...More
Traces of the history and culture of the Edo (old Tokyo) era remain vividly in Ueno and Asakusa. Spacious Ueno Park is a great place to relax and visit a variety of different museums and galleries. At Ameyoko which starts in front of Ueno station, the grocery stores and clothing shops are crammed alongside fishmongers. It gets particularly busy at the end of the year, when many people go on shopping
sprees. The town of Asakusa, developed around Sensoji temple, has many shops selling goods and clothing from old Japan, making it a great place for souvenir hunting. It's also known for various annual festivals, and the whole district gets involved with the huge Sanja Festival in May.
Response from FoodTRIPing | Reviewed this property |
Hello erviantivian, the full double bed size is 131cm - 150cm wide. You can email the hotel to get the exact measurement of the bed in your room that you book or going to book. I think I got the 150cm and it is wide enough... More
Hello erviantivian, the full double bed size is 131cm - 150cm wide. You can email the hotel to get the exact measurement of the bed in your room that you book or going to book. I think I got the 150cm and it is wide enough for two people- some what the size of a queen bed in Canada. The bed was very comfortable.
Response from HeikkiFromFinland | Reviewed this property |
a quite convenient train-combination would be to hop on the Keisei Skyliner and ride it to Ueno. Ueno is a 2km walk from the hotel, so if enjoy walking and the weather is nice, you could walk. Or you can go to the... More
a quite convenient train-combination would be to hop on the Keisei Skyliner and ride it to Ueno. Ueno is a 2km walk from the hotel, so if enjoy walking and the weather is nice, you could walk. Or you can go to the Ginza(G) Metro-line at Ueno and ride it to Asakusa-station. From there it is about 300m walk.
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