Ratings based on 102 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 out of 5
96% of guests recommend
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Families
by A verified traveller

Agora Place hotel

Posted 27-Jul-2014
Pros: location, staff, clean
Booked the very last minute at a very reasonable price, especially for the area! I only stayed one night, but my experience was very good. Lovely stuff, easy to communicate.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Toronto

Clean and friendly, but many "gotchas"

Posted 19-Jul-2014
Pros: It's modern looking and clean, staff are friendly enough.
Cons: Lots, see the 'experience' above. Generally it could be much improved with better amenities and less nickel-and-dimeing.
Location: It's relatively close to the Asakusa shrine and skytree. Very close to the subway stop.
The room itself was clean and the staff were friendly, but that is about all the good I can say about the place. First, the room didn't have a bathtub, only a shower, despite what is said on expedia. Second, you get no shampoo/conditioner/soap, you have to pay extra for that (!!). They charge 100¥ per small item, and they aren't even that good. The shampoo doesn't lather well and the entire bottle of conditioner is needed (I have a little longer than shoulder-length hair). Given that I am paying for it, I would expect at least as good quality as I got from all the other hotels we stayed at (half a dozen this trip). There are laundry facilities on-site, which was nice, but they aren't the best. There are two machines which cost 500¥ for a wash/dry that takes 210 minutes. At the end, some of the cloths were still wet, so I took out the drier stuff and put in an extra 100¥ for 30 minutes drying time. When I came back, it said it still had 120 minutes left and there was no way to stop it. I had to get a front-desk staff to come up, and she had to unplug the machine to get it to open the door. The air conditioner in the room is relatively weak and noisy. With all the other hotels, you can set a numeric desired temperature, set a High/Medium/Low setting and it would turn off and on as needed. Here, there is simply a H/M/L knob and no way to set a desired temp. Even at max, the temperature was adequate, if not comfortable. Lastly, the TV lost satellite signal constantly.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Posted 26-Jun-2014
Near metro. Take exit 1 if you need elevator. 15 min walk to Asakusa.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by arif from kota bharu, kelantan, malaysia

nice, cheap hotel

Posted 27-May-2014
Pros: cheap friendly receptionist clean room location EVERYTHING!!
Cons: none
Location: sensoji temple & the shopping area next to the temple - 15min walking 1min walk to tawaramachi station (G17) exit2
stayed on 19th May 2014 with a friend for 70usd/night, 1min walk to exit 2 tawaramachi station on ginza line (G17), reasonable space of room for japan standard, clean room, excellent power shower, very comfy pillow and mattress. they kept our luggage after check out. 10-15min walk to sensoji temple Receptionist very helpful & try their best to make us understand their english. will come back to this hotel for next japan trip. Highly recommended
4 out of 5
Recommended
by alex lu

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 30-Apr-2014 on Hotels.com
4 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller

Great location

Posted 29-Apr-2014 on Hotels.com
Great location within walking distance to Asakusa (Sensoji temple) and Kappabashi street (restaurant supply street). Tokyo metro (subway) Tawaramachi station is right at the next block but no elevator but that is small incovenience.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Getaway With Friends
by coralcell from Taiwan

Very Good Location!

Posted 17-Apr-2014 on Hotels.com
Good location, the hotel is near the stations of Tokyo Metro and Toei Metro. Very clean, but the room is a little small.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Mel from KL

Compact and convenient

Posted 05-Apr-2014
Pros: Convenient and modern.
Cons: Air condition.
Location: Sensoji Temple, SkyTree and Tokyo Cruise...very nice to walk around.
i would rather call the rooms compact rather than small. i stayed in a twin room with what looks like two super single beds. it has all the basic facilities that suffice for me. i was also pleasantly surprised to see that they have rooms for pet owners where the walkway is cordoned, where pet cages were provided. it is also very near to the Tawaramachi station, and just about 10 mins walk away from the famous Sensoji Temple. many convenient stores around the vicinity too. the staff very very helpful as well to give me guides to the various tourists spots i was interested in. a couple of bummer - shower cubicle is a little not too clean, but bearable...and the A/C is centralized that auto adjust to outside temperature. the room got a little hot for us, so we turned of the A/C and opened the window to let the cool air in...cannot imagine summer though. i would definitely come back here if i get to go back to Tokyo...love love love this place
4 out of 5
Recommended
by Simon from Sydney

Great base & start

Posted 04-Apr-2014 on Hotels.com
It took a reasonable amount of research but was very happy with the hotel. It's not surrounded by neon and uber- busy but was a good location to get ones bearings work out the subway and find our feet in japan. There are some great restaurants nearby, easy streets to navigate and a days worth of sight-seeing on foot in the neighbourhood. We were lucky enough to see amazing cherry blossoms in ueno park and dine every night in tripadvisor recommended restaurants. Rooms in Tokyo will never be huge, but the twin beds were 1.5 size, we had a sofa and tv area, the bathroom was compact but functional, I would easily recommend this place to others. Enjoy
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travellers
by Marco from Melbourne

Check in too late

Posted 07-Mar-2014 on Hotels.com
I had no issues with anything in the hotel apart from the breakfast and the extremely late check in time. Muesli or a wider choice of cereals and bread with butter would have been great. Not really into chicken nuggets in the morning and butter with my roll and jam would have been great. Having arrived at Narita at around 7:30am and not being allowed to check in till 3pm was a bit much. I did manage to head off to a local Onsen and kill the time but I would have preferred to have been able to sleep for a couple of hours. They did however, upgrade my room. All in all, quiet, clean, warm and close to public transport ( Tawaramachi station, two stops from Ueno on the Ginza metro line). Close to Senso-ji in Asukusa too. If you carry too much luggage you will find the rooms a but cozy. I would stay there again.