Top Asakusa Accommodations
Experienced travelers know that capital cities are often made up of dynamic neighborhoods and communities, and Tokyo is no exception. Discover the neighborhood of Asakusa, 4 miles to the northeast of downtown Tokyo.
Tokyo's more popular attractions are the Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree and the Sensoji Temple.
Positioned near Taiko Drum Museum is the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo and Sadachiyo, while the 1/3rd Residence Serviced Apartments Nihonbashi and Lotte City Hotel Kinshicho are closer to Asakusa Engei Hall.
Asakusa offers a wide range of accommodation options, allowing visitors to select a room best suited to their taste and budget. Travelers who are on a budget might like to check out the Khaosan World Asakusa Ryokan and Khaosan Tokyo Kabuki.
Accommodation options near Asakusa
If you're planning on vacationing in Asakusa, you could also check out hotels in Taito
. Taito is a suburb that is found 1 mile to the southwest of central Asakusa. Or you could take a look at Expedia's Sumida hotels guide
for places to stay in Sumida, another Tokyo neighborhood.
Should you wish to discover even more about this great vacation destination, explore our Tokyo vacation travel guide. When it's time to find a hotel, go to our informative Tokyo hotels page.
The Hotel Park Side and The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic are two hotel options you should definitely consider if you're keen to stay close by. If you want to keep transport costs to a minimum, consider the Mitsui Garden Hotel Ueno and Ryokan Katsutaro, two conveniently located accommodations.
Tsubakiya coffee shop Ueno tea aisle is one of the best Asakusa venues for a morning caffeine-fix or afternoon sugar hit. Travelers that are in need of heartier fare can sit down to a meal at THE GATE HOTEL Kaminarimon by HULIC. End a great day at Asahi Beer Headquarters, a fun venue where locals meet for a couple of drinks.