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Pros great location right in the heart of asakusa and next to train and metro station, 40 mins on metro to Shibuya, wonderful staff, great bar on floor 13 and restaurant. Room best we stayed in in Japan as so much room compared to anything else and great bathroom. Beds REALLY comfy. Cons poor wifi ...
The staff are excellent (as good as they come), lounge is big and spacious, rooms have sufficient space (by Japan standards) and is air conditioned. Bathrooms are tight but functional and maintained well. Its close to a train station but keep in mind it is not the JR Lines if you’ve bought one of ...
It was modern and simple room.To me, it was relaxing, except bathroom.I guess it's normal for Tokyo. Our room didn't have bathtub.My boyfriend caught cold while we were staying, but there is 2 major convenience store to get meds, drink, food, etc.Also really close to subway station to go anywhere.We ...
This hotel was very nice in a good area of Tokyo. The staff are friendly and the rooms and neatly prepared. An additional nice thing is the cleaners folded my clothes for me unexpectedly and also let us choose when to have the room cleaned after we slept in quite late on the first night
The rooms are extremely comfortable despite being small, although this is considered a normal size for business hotels in Japan. Despite the small room, the hotel has designed the room to maximise the use of space ie. space under the bed to store luggage. The beds are also extremely comfortable. ...
The staff here are AMAZING! These guys truly go out of their way for you and are so friendly! The hotel is a little tricky to find from Asakusa station, but it's not far - 10 to 15 minute walk. It's a small place, only 5 floors with small rooms but adequate. There is a small lounge and kitchen which ...
Comfortable hotel in central location. Twin room was comfortable and spacious. The vanity basin in the sleeping area - unusual but not a problem. Room was quiet with good views across to the Tower.
The staff were very helpful and cheerful, which was appreciated. The Onsen was simple but had a nice view. The room was probably the simplest I stayed in out of the Rykosans I resided with with, and the distance to central Tokyo was OK but you had to factor in c.40mins travelling time for each journey. ...
Loved this hotel. The experience of staying in a ryokan was wonderful. The baths were amazing- I liked the stone bath better than the wood but both are very enjoyable. Staff is super friendly and the location is great - mostly quiet neighborhood but close to subway and sights. Sleeping and sitting ...
A nice hotel in very interesting neighbourhood, closed to Asakusa Line and Ginza line. The staff was gret and very helpful, however the bed is very small for two people.
Extremely welcoming staff. Top point to all the staff. Structure is well done and easy to reach from airport and local transportation. If your aim is convenient and strategic this is a good option. Unlucky if you get snoring people with strongly stincky socks! But this is luck , nothing to do with ...
Super clean room. and the staff are nice. Our room also came with breakfast, which has lots of options! Also, it is really close to a metro station where the train can take us to the airport directly.
Cooking facilities, comfortable beds, close to temples, shrines, shopping. Easy access to trains and underground. All style of restaurants in walking distance as well as 24 hour supermarket.
The rooms were large enough for storing your things, sleeping and for two people to hang out in for a bit, the staff can speak English well and were very helpful in giving directions and ideas on places I should see.
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