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All reviews don quijote sensoji temple great location main highlight special amenities tokyo skytree welcoming drink japanese products comfortable bathroom very nice hotel adults and one child room size is big tsukuba express hotel sign limo bus lovely room sightseeing places
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

room is relatively bigger in japan, all facilities are enough for using and fully functional. It's interesting to have a free mobile phone. location is close to shopping centre. But reception is confusing, and why cannot open window

Stayed: April 2018, travelled solo
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

First two nights in Tokyo, and a great experience at the Richmond Premier. Friendly staff. Upgraded to a room with a view of the SkyTree which was a bonus especially with a full moon behind it. Room was plenty big for the two of us, very clean and comfortable. Another bonus - a smartphone in the room that we could use during our stay and it included free calls to the U.S. Liked the Asakusa area. The only reason I did not give it an excellent rating is it was a little far from the train station, but that was its only negative.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
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Thank Doug B
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Reviewed 1 April 2018

Our family of 3 enjoyed our stay at this hotel in buzzing, historic Azakusa. The room was comfortable with a lovely view of Senso-ji temple and Tokyo Tower, and the surrounding neighborhood is great — tons of shopping and great food. There's a nice mall/market on the lower floors of the hotel. Walking distance (maybe 10 minutes) to Asakusa train station.

The morning breakfast buffet, while not cheap (~$10 for children and $25 for adults) was excellent, with a wide variety of western and Japanese foods. Definitely worth it. Would stay here again.

Staff was extremely friendly and accommodating.

Note that twin beds in Japan are wider than those in the US. Our family of two adults and one child was able to fit in a room with two twin beds.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
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Reviewed 31 March 2018

Stayed here one night after a few days in Kyoto. Decent size rooms with comfortable beds though little space to walk around. Highlight of this place is the free mobile phone provided in each room - this was very helpful in terms of Google Maps (which we used constantly and also provides train information) and when our party of 5 split up for shopping. In hotel Wi-fi was very slow. The in-room amenities were very good with extras like face mask and other options available.

Hotel is thinly staffed and there was no one in the lobby the entire next day. The check out was conveniently by machines placed in the lobby.

Location was a different side to Tokyo. It is located in a mall for more high end shopping and restaurants. In addition to walking to Sensoji Temple and the Five Pagoda shrine, Asakusa had lots of restaurants and shopping (souvenirs, kitchen supplies and a 24 hour Don Quijote next door for your Japanese flavored KitKat fix).

It is a long train ride from some major sights like Shinjuku, Harajuku, Shibuya. In addition, there are three train/subway lines (Toei, Ginza and Tsukuba Express) and two different stations called Asakusa/Asakusa Station , leading to lots of confusion as to how to get around. On the plus side, a short taxi ride to Asakusa Station Toei Line provides direct access to Narita via the Skytree Express for approx 1300 yen/pp.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
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Reviewed 26 March 2018 via mobile

The bad start was a misunderstanding about the meaning of an early check in. We had landed in Tokyo at 6am and got here by 8.30 and had pre paid to access the room to nap. Well folks early check in here means you get into your room at 11am instead of at 2pm. Asking for something earlier resulted in a fair amount of embarrassed bowing but still no room. We were knackered and a bit annoyed but oh well. Went to have breakfast outside then.

Anyway the place itself has a great location and for Tokyo standard rooms are quite spacious. Very quiet at night. Friendly staff. Clean and modern. Avoid the overpriced breakfast.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
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