The hotel is located in a very convenient area for discovering Asakusa and Ueno. Nonetheless, it's not near to JR train or Tokyo Subway stations, so consider this if you want to make it your neuralgic point to move around Tokyo. I mean, you will have to walk some whenever leaving and returning to the hotel. There are many options in Tokyo, so if you want to move freely around, always consider one hotel that's near to the subway.
That being said, the hotel offers a very valuable comfort/price/location relation.
This is a wonderful hotel near all the main Asakusa sights. It is clean, updated, and has wonderful bathroom facilities including a luxurious rain shower. The rooms are not large but they are very well designed and are nice to come home to after a long day of sightseeing. Additional bonus, laundry available within the hotel. Will be staying again next time we are in Tokyo.
Great stay at this very well located hotel in Asakusa...opposite subway and within a couple of mintes walk to the station for direct access by train to Narita. Senso ji closeby and lots of shops, bars and restaurants. a great area.
Professional classy boutique hotel, good staff on reception, well equipped standard rooms with really nice bathroom. Overall a great hotel.
Great location - it faces Sumida River, and you can see the Skytree if your room is on the river side. Hotel itself is smaller than some of the other massive hotels we've stayed in Tokyo, but it's very nice. They serve free ramen for guests at night, which is a nice touch. They also have free onsen, while the men's onsen is available longer than the women's. There's free foot bath, which I enjoyed very much. It's at the top of the building, and at night time you can enjoy the view of the Sumida river and the skytree at the footbath.
Boasting a top location in this popular neighborhood, the Dormy Inn Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan delivers quality hospitality to …More
The hotel was conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood. The buffet breakfast was great and should be considered as there aren't restaurants close by that are open in the morning. Room was extremely small and uncomfortable - could not open up our large suitcase due to lack of space.
Today visited for its Sensoji Temple, Five Storied Pagoda, and the Nakamise traditional shopping arcade, this festive neighborhood once was the city’s hot spot for drinking and dancing. Though it never experienced the development that Ginza and others have, it holds its own with an artistic community and some of the city’s top attractions.
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