Asakusa View Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

3-17-1 Nishiasakusa, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture, 111-0035, Japan
Asakusa View Hotel
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98%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
34%
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Very Good
42%
15
Average
22%
8
Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 24% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families70
  • Couples80
  • Solo84
  • Business80

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It's Me Again

by kristine124

Hey,

So now that I have the whole JapanRail Pass thing figured out, my next step is to choose a hotel to stay at while in Tokyo. If anyone has any reccomendations on a particular hotel, I'd love to hear them. I'm looking for something in the downtown district that's relatively nice and not too expensive. I have to admit that a swimming pool would be nice too! Thanks for the help.

Kristine

Re: It's Me Again

by stonefree

Congratulations for getting the rail pass;)
Here are the considerable hotels with a pool located in Tokyo downtown.
> ASAKUSA VIEW HOTEL (Asakusa, Taito)
> RICHMOND HOTEL TOKYO (Mejiro, Toshima)
> TOKYO HOTEL URASHIMA (Harumi, Chuo)
...even if one of them suites to your budget...
Good luck!

Re: Re: It's Me Again

by crazyguitar

Hi,
I've been in the New Otani several times(quite expensive and quality is not the best one), I don't recommend you. Dai-Chi hotel was great!! but quite expensive too.
Cheaper options are Villa-Fountain, it's a chain with different hotels around Tokyo, very small rooms but clean.

Cheers,

Santi.

Re: Re: It's Me Again

by kiwigal_1

I have some good hotel accommodation links on my Tokyo page. Most of the business hotels are at least 8,000 yen a night and aren't that "nice". I suggest you take a look at www.travelocity.com accommodation search engine. I found a really good deal on a nice hotel for new year last year in Tokyo.

Rhianon

Re: It's Me Again

by z_horse

i have a good recommendation under my Japan page, u may like to check that out.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

See Shinjuku, the bright...

by milkface

See Shinjuku, the bright lights, its so futuristic, its unbelievable!!! all the shops, and the electronic shops are filled to the brim in latest state of the art goods
Imperial Palace is excellent, walking through the Park area, but u cant go in!! u can only see it!! My best memory has to be meeting a person from San Fran in the hostel and going to a japanese restaraunt down a sidestreet in lidabashi, nothing was in english, and i was using my quidebook to help order the food. And of course we met some locals who had a little bit to drink, but when they get drunk they dont get violent so this is no concern. In fact the japanese open up out of their shyness and are really funny when they are drunk

Shibuya-Shops

by Wind10

When you are in Shibuya, don't just only look at the fashion on the street but also the interior design of the shops.
The photo is one of the attractive shop to me in Shibuya. The shop is selling Chinese "Pao" "Dian Xing". The colour, the smoke from the roof really make me want to try their food.

Tokyo Tip

by Krystynn

No, this is not Paris. This is the City of Tokyo at nightfall which I've managed to capture on film. It looks magical eh?

Can you spot the famous Tokyo Tower (the Eiffel Tower like monument) and the Zojo-ji Temple in the distance??

Tipping

by sacrebleu

There is no need to tip in Japan. They are proud of their good service and think it's an insult if you tip them. Only a few restaurants would include a service charge in the bill but most don't. Isn't Japan great?

Sticky rice

by angelochka

Rice is consummed in Japan for more than 2000 years. Even the word used for "rice" means also "meal". Well..everyone is familiar with rice, the only difference in Japan it's quite sticky, but from the other hand it's easier to pick it up with chopsticks. Please never pour soy sauce into the rice, it's not japanese tradition, it's chinese. Also when you eat sushi, better before dumping it into soy sauce turn it upside down, that keeps the rice from crumbling.

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Address: 3-17-1 Nishiasakusa, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture, 111-0035, Japan