this is one of the best hotels we have stayed at in the world,it was so clean,very quite,the staff were great,the location is excellent close to lots of great sights,in front of the hotel is the bus stop that will take you anywhere you need and the subway is only minutes away also,
Hotel was close to the metro station into inner Tokyo. Also not far from the train to Narita airport. Surround area was full of interesting things to see. Great shops and restaurants. Staff at the hotel were fantastic and very helpful. They did not always speak much English. They did use an interpreter service to assist. Would stay here again.
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I love the breakfast, seriously awesome. I seriously love the way the hotel staff take care me. I feels like stay at home not in foreign country. Love the onsen on the 2nd floor,.. Even though it took me 30 minute walking from kensei line station. I will come back
Booked in for five nights in January. Hotel lovely and new with all amenities. Note that it is in a quieter area of Tokyo. There are only a few restaurants and shops nearby, you need to walk into Asakusa proper, about 10 minutes away. Located between two subway lines and a jr line which makes it very easy to get around Tokyo.
I liked this hotel. It was clean and in a great location. Right next to tawaramachi station which gets you on the Ginza line, and this takes you to a lot of great areas in Tokyo. The one thing I didn't like was I felt as though they nickle and dimed you. You had to pay for all your toiletries. At least some hand soap for the bathroom would have been nice. Also, cable isn't free, you have to pay to use the tv. I like to keep the tv on for background noise, but I was not about to pay for that. The beds were hard as a rock. Other than that, it was a pleasant stay. I would probably stay here again, especially for the price
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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