Ratings based on 244 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from kok kay
Good locationPosted Aug 22, 2014
I like to Japan if it is autumn . For summer it is burning hot. But I like the place of interests. Some restaurant is reasonable price and good food. I like Akihabara, Asakusa , Gonzales, shin juju and other.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Kent
Great location, close to tokyo.Posted Aug 21, 2014
Pros: Location, price was good, very friendly neighborhood and staff within the hotel.
Cons: The quality is ok for the rooms, good enough for the price but could be better.
Location: Asakusa Temple and market just up the road, Loads of great restaurants all cheap! Karaoke , a couple of Izakuya's (bars)
Location was brilliant with access to Odaiba bay via boat (has the only artificially made beach in Tokyo) and only beach within reasonable traveling time from Tokyo. One of the Cheapest areas within a close proximity to Tokyo. Just up the road was the oldest temple in Japan. Asakusa temple also had one of the larger markets with traditional goods as well as tourist souvenirs. The Asakusa station is easy to use and can get into central Tokyo within 5 mins or if you want a night out can get to Ropponghi, Shinjuku and Shibuya via the station just down the road from the hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Convenient, clean, and affortablePosted Aug 21, 2014
Cons: Hotel desk info on day trips outside the city and guided tours.
Really easy hotel to stay close to popular shrines and main train lines. Hotel was clean and comfortable for a single person staying. The front desk was helpful with things to do around the hotel but were not very helpful with day trips and things to do outside of the city unfortunately. Overall a very pleasant stay...
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Malaysia
Nice hotel near train stations.Posted Aug 18, 2014
Our room was a bit tiny but it had everything. It was clean and neat but the bed was a little small for 2. Overall, location was good. Walking distance to the train stations and convenience stores. Plenty of eateries n fast food in nearby Sensojie temple.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London
Nice hotel,close to everything. A bit too cosy!Posted Aug 16, 2014
The room is abit too small, the bed in semi-double is smaller and when asked to change to the double bed, it was pointless as the room was the same size!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Chicago, IL
Great location in "old" Tokyo!Posted Aug 13, 2014
Pros: The price and location were great! As was the staff- they were very helpful!
Cons: The hotel can use an update, but again, if you are looking for a cheap stay that's close to a lot, it's worth it!
Location: Sensoji Temple, the Asakusa Cultural Center, the Skytree, Asahi building, a lot of late night dinner options- I recommend Watami (open until 3 AM)
Chisun Inn Asakusa is located a short walk from the Sensoji Temple, and has access to the Ginza, Asakusa, and Oedo train lines, which will get you pretty much anywhere quickly. The hotel is a bit old, and the room's furniture and bathroom could use some refreshing, but for the price and location, I'll take it. The bed is a bit, "firm" as is the pillow, which is OK for a couple of nights, but being there for 2 weeks it was a bit rough on me. The hotel hallways do tend to get a bit loud, especially in the early morning- this hotel is really meant for business-type folks so they get up early and the travelers on a budget who tend to get back late, so keep that in mind. I'm not sure if this is a cultural difference, but the concept of "hot" water and "cold" water are very different from my American perspective- the lowest "cold" setting always resulted in a lukewarm shower, while the lowest "hot" setting was pretty much scalding. In fact, there is a sign on the bathroom door that warns that you need to shower/bathe with the door closed or risk setting off the fire alarm. The bathtub is designed for taking a soaking bath, but it has a detachable shower head for stand up showers too. The hotel staff is great, and though their English may not be the strongest, they really make an earnest attempt to help you out.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from london
Great choice for Tokyo on a budgetPosted Jul 20, 2014
Spent a very pleasant two weeks in the Chisun Inn in July 2014. The reception staff were incredibly friendly and always available. The cleaning staff were polite and very thorough. The room had all the amenities you might expect for a budget hotel, and the wifi access throughout the building meant that you could always be in touch with the outside world. Some of the fittings weren't particularly high end, but everything worked and was kept immaculately clean. If you're looking for a cheap stay in Tokyo (without resorting to a capsule hotel) look no further than Chisun Inn!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Melbourne Australia
Accommodation TokyoPosted Jul 11, 2014
Pros: Clean, quiet, accessible. We felt very safe in the area walking around the streets at night.
Cons: stronger airconditioning, baths not so high.
Location: Surrounded by food outlets, some great restaurants and some wonderful little shops. The temple precinct and rickshaw ride were great.
This hotel was right in the middle of a great shopping area and stations. It was small but comfortable. It had showers and the staff spoke a little English.
for Everyoneby Adam from London
Pleasant stay, staff were so friendly and helpful.Posted Jun 30, 2014
Overall, great holiday and will come back again. The location of the hotel was perfect. Highly recommended.
by A verified traveler
Not so much value for moneyPosted May 24, 2014
Out of the four hotels we stayed in Japan we liked this one the least. It was the smallest, no microwave, no wardrobe/cupboard, no tea/coffee. We got these at similar priced hotels in tokyo, osaka n kyoto.. Service is fine. Proximate to sensoji Temple and sumaida river. Overall just oik