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Tokyo Hotels

Asakusa View Hotel

  • ホテル玄関の「お飾り」

  • スカイツリー

  • 洗面

  • 客室

  • シャワーカーテンは何故か寸足らず

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Located in a historic temple area
  • Japanese baths available

Cons

  • Room interiors are generally basic
  • Not near central Tokyo
  • Members-only bar on 28th floor

Updated 08/13/2013

Fodor's Review

Upscale Western-style accommodations are rare in Asakusa, so the Asakusa View pretty much has this end of the market to itself. But the hotel isn't divorced from Japanese culture: communal hinoki (Japanese-cypress) baths on the sixth floor overlook a Japanese garden. Rooms are basic, decorated in neutral tones, but single rooms can be small, starting at about 70 square feet. The suite rooms, on the 25th floor, offer a view of the Senso-ji pagoda, the temple grounds, and the Tokyo Sky Tree transmission tower. The hotel's a three-minute walk from the retro amusement park Hanayashiki; more than 100 years old, its rides have a Coney Island feel to them. All rooms have free in-room Wi-Fi.

Hotel Information

Address:

3–17–1 Nishi-Asakusa, Tokyo, 111-8765, Japan

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Phone:

03-3847–1111

Hotel Details:

  • 323 rooms, 3 suites
  • No meals

Updated 08/13/2013

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