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|Distance to city centre||4,3 km|
|Nearest airport||Tokyo Haneda|
|Distance to airport||18,5 km|
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Friendly staffs, clean room and facilities, good breakfast.
The staff were amazing -- incredibly welcoming, kind, professional and helpful.
The hotel charges for every little extra. They have bathing facilities and a pool, but the amount they charge in addition for these is exorbitant. Also the room was billed as a quadruple, but really it is a double with two other beds oddly squeezed in. One of the additional beds was not the same size as the others, and it was hard to find room to open the one that pulled down from the wall because the sofa that was normally there was still kept in the room even though there is clearly not enough room for four beds and the sofa. The prices in the hotel are also very much marked up, such that food and drinks cost substantially more than cafes and restaurants in the area.
We appreciated how attentive the staff were to one's needs. We had arrived quite early and the staff gladly and securely stored our luggage for us while we roamed Nakamise Dori. They spoke to us in English, assisted us with our questions in regards to directions, and they acted professionally. Even though our check-in time was 3 pm, one staff member approached us as we came back in to wait out the rest of the time and informed us we could check-in an hour early. This was our second time at his hotel during the same trip (we had initially stayed at this hotel for a few nights, then traveled to a different city and then came back for our last night). The rooms were clean and comfortable and my family liked the set up of the washroom (my wife misses the pressure of their shower head). Their bakery was excellent. We also had excellent views from our room.
This is not really what we didn't like, but more of what we wished they had. We wish they had a small cafe to accompany their bakery. A place we could sit and simply have coffee/tea with some of their baked goods instead of us having to go outside the hotel. They have very good restaurants, but not a simple cafe. We didn't use any of their other facilities so we can't comment on those areas.
great location, close to subway room was nice view was great. we had both skytree and city view since we stayed twice in one trip. room size id very good knowing space is small in Tokyo. staff was superb they will help you with everyting also they help you in details how to use their subway and train system. they have very user-friendly maps that are easy to read. overall my stay was awesome.
i didn't like the breakfast because they didn't have very many western or vegetarian option most of the stuff was raw and i don't like eating raw food. if you are fan of raw meat its should be good fro you
I have stayed in this place twice and both times were pretty good. It has a great location, so near to Asakusa and connect to a train station by a ground path. The staff is really kind and helpful and the place is not so expensive, so it's great choice for family trips.
Nothing serious but I have to say the following: 1.) The shuttle bus service to the airport is not so convinient since it has a limited schedule. It was faster to go Tokyo Station by taxi and then take the Narita Express 2.) If you afford to pay and upgrade, just take it! The experience will be better, the shower and the toilet will be separate :)
The Tokyo Hotels Asakusa View Hotel is right in the heart of Tokyo and directly connected to Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express Line. Tawaramachi Station is only a seven-minute walk from the hotel. Attractions like Asakusa Shrine and Senso-Ji Temple are less than a five-minute walk away. This air-conditioned hotel boasts 326 smoking and non-smoking rooms and is only 12 miles from Haneda Airport. There are several types of guestrooms available including single, twin, triple, quad, executive, and premier rooms. Every room comes with complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access, a safety deposit box, slippers, combs, shower caps, and hairdryers. Shampoo, conditioner, and other bath amenities are provided along with nightwear. Most rooms come with robes and coffee. Some also come with premium bath amenities and beds with a Sealy mattress. The Asakusa View Hotel offers several dining options on-site including the Chinese restaurant, Karakurenai, French restaurant, Makie, all-day buffet, Musashi, Japanese restaurant, Karuta, and bar, Ice House. Makie serves specialty dishes of Western, Chinese, and Japanese favorites cooked in front of guests while Karakurenai offers lobster and other elegant selections. Guests of all tastes can find a dining option that meets their preferences. There are nearly endless attractions in the area starting with Ginza, which is a world-renowned shopping district only 25 minutes away by train. Akihabara offers many electronic shops only five miles away by train. Guests who want to explore the Imperial Palace in Chiyoda Ward can reach it in 30 minutes by train. Other top attractions include Shinjuku, Roppongi, and Ryogoku.
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- Friendly atmosphere
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|Tokyo Haneda||18,5 km|
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