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Reviewed 4 November 2016 via mobile

We stayed here for 3 nights and could not fault anything at the hotel. Service was excellent; staff acknowledges you every time you walk in/out the lobby. The hotel is brand new and it is located in an excellent location, just literally 2 minutes to the famous Sensoji temple and 7 minutes to Asakusa Station. Wi-Fi is very strong throughout the hotel.We travelled to Nikko after 3 nights in Tokyo so took a direct train to Nikko from Asakusa station. The room is new and very comfortable. There are many restaurants/ shops and shopping malls around the hotel. I did morning run through the temple and went along the river and loved it. Highly recommend and will definitely comeback to stay at this hotel again.

Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
3  Thank Kris P
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Reviewed 3 November 2016

This hotel is at the heart of Asakusa, which is a great place for tourists to stay. The hotel's concierge was responsive and helpful, and the staff in general were very polite and professional. The room was very clean and had all amenities that you may expect. A lot of places to eat and shop around the hotel as well as temples and other tourist attractions. Subway station is close, although there is no JR station in Asakusa.

Stayed: September 2016, travelled solo
2  Thank invist
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Reviewed 1 November 2016

We found the hotel and staff excellent location for us great to explore a new area of Tokyo, rooms typically on the small size but comfortable and bigger than many especially in the price range, staff were very friendly room was clan and comfortable, there are lots of interesting shops and restaurants nearby and the station is only a short walk so for a quick stop over like we had excellent.

Room Tip: there are views to be had from the higher floors
  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Simon N
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Reviewed 20 October 2016

The location is good, near Senso-Ji and surrounded by lots of shops and eateries. It has a good vibe and is an interesting part of Tokyo. The hotel is new, everything works quite well. So good so far. Service at the desk was quite good, with friendly staff.

Now, if you are travelling as a couple and carry around large bags, the room is very small and cramped. Okay, it has reasonable amenities and everything works, but you feel like you need to hold your breath. The double bed was the size of a large single though actually quite comfortable.

If you travel on your own, a standard room is okay, but not with two guests and luggage.

Room Tip: Get a higher floor, where you can see the local area.
  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank ClaudiusSg
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Reviewed 13 October 2016 via mobile

Stayed a week in the beginning of October and it was a very pleasant experience.
It's located near the Sensō-ji temple, Tokyo's oldest, and in close proximity to a street full of Izakayas, a 24hrs supermarket, a souvenir shopping street subway stations and a tourist information centre.
The lobby is on the 5th floor of the building with a nice food market, really nice souvenir market, and restaurants on the lower floors.
We stayed in a standard twin bed room with a view to the south east, and I suggest asking for a room on the 10-13th floor for the best views of the city.
The room was small, so small there was almost no space to move around, but it is ok if you don't plan on spending your days in there.
The breakfast was fantastic, but it wasn't included in our booking so it was an extra JPY 2500/day which I think is a lot for breakfast. There is a 24hr McDonalds and some cafés near by if you want alternatives.
Asakusa is the end station on the Ginza subway line to the east so you have to ride the train quite a long time to get to for example Shibuya or Shinjuku, but if you don't mind walking, there is a lot to see fairly close by like the Tokyo skytree, "kitchen-street" and Ueno park.

Stayed: October 2016, travelled with friends
Thank bjrnrbn
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