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Asakusa

1-21-11, Honjo, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0004, Japan |   +81-3-3626-2443

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Enjoy an amazing view of the Tokyo Skytree® just outside your window.

Our hotel is in an excellent location, with the best of Tokyo's traditional downtown districts, Asakusa and Ryogoku, both only minutes away when guests use our free-to-rent bicycles.. Stay in one of our special Deluxe View rooms for the perfect experience. All rooms are equipped with kitchenettes.

Access from nearby stations
4 minutes' walk from exit A7 of Kuramae Station on the Toei Oedo Line
15 minutes' walk from Ryogoku Station on the JR Sobu Line.
15 minutes' walk from Asakusa Station.
8 minutes' walk from exit A4 of Kuramae Station on the Toei Asakusa Line.
Access from major transit terminals
7 minutes by train from Nihonbashi Station.
16 minutes by train from Ginza Station.
40 minutes by train from Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station.
4 minutes by frain from Okachimachi Station.
70 minutes by train from Narita Airport.
15 minutes by train from Ueno Station.
8 minutes by train from Tokyo Station.
Hotel Details
Rooms

Check In, 3:00 PM

Check Out, 11:00 AM

Room Facilities & Amenities
  • Kitchenette(All rooms)

  • High speed internet (wired)

  • Modular bathroom

  • Bathroom Amenities

  • High speed internet (Wi-Fi)

  • Air Conditioner

  • Toilet with washlet feature

  • Nightwear

Facilities & Services
  • Laundry corner (surcharge)

  • Parking lot

Rental Equipments
  • Trouser press

  • Cookware / Cutlery

  • Clothes iron

  • PC rental (surcharge)

  • Rental bicycles (surcharge)

  • Air purifier / humidifier

  • Microwave cookware

  • Cell Phone Charger

  • DVD Player (surcharge)

Dining
Spa
Rooms
Asakusa

Standard Semi-double

Non-smoking/Smoking

Asakusa

Deluxe Triple Skytree View

Non-smoking

Asakusa

Standard Semi-double Skytree View

Non-smoking/Smoking

Asakusa

Deluxe Triple

Smoking

Asakusa

Superior Semi-double

Non-smoking/Smoking

  • Ryogoku Kokugikan

  • Ryogoku Kokugikan is the holy ground of sumo wrestling, the national sport of Japan. During sumo tournaments, visitors can experience an entirely different world as sumo wrestlers with their oicho (a topknot shaped like a ginkgo leaf) come and go. Also, the Sumo Museum can be visited free of charge.

  • Sensoji Temple

  • Founded in the Heian period, Sensoji Temple is known as the oldest temple in Tokyo. The area from Kaminarimon to the main hall of the temple is bustling with people from around the world. It is also famous for the Sanja Festival which is held in early summer.

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