Asakusa Hotel Guide – How to choose hotels in Asakusa

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Asakusa Hotel Guide – How to choose hotels in Asakusa

Asakusa is the are you imagine when you think of Japan. The town is in the north east of Tokyo in the west bank of Sumida River. The are spread around Sensoji Temple – the major attraction of Asakusa, and you see many vivid streets with stores and restaurants. There aren’t any better place than Asakusa to purchase reasonable souvenir. It’s a bit touristy, but that has met the old Tokyo people’s energetic character and making the town vivid and fun.

Who should Stay in Asakusa hotels?

Having a hotel is Asakusa is a very good choice in my opinion. Since it’s not on the JR line, it’s not the easiest location to get around Tokyo, but it’s also good to stay for the first 2 or 3 nights. The Toei Asakusa line has trains that directly goes to both Narita Airport and Haneda Airport, and the Ginza line that is starting from Asakusa goes to major subway stations of Tokyo such as Ueno, Nihonbashi, Ginza, Shinbashi (change to Yurikamome to Daiba) and Shibuya. Moreover, it’s a fun place to walk around even late night into the street with restaurants, and quiet temples after all tourist people left.

Asakusa doesn’t have major International brand hotels, and the only big sized hotel is Asakusa View Hotel located a few blocks west of Sensoji Temple. There are many premier business hotels and hostels. If you prefer large hotels or International brand hotels, you can look for one near Tokyo city center.

Hotels in Asakusa is for

  • Prefer Japanese traditional atmosphere
  • Prefer small hotels that has easy access to streets with shops and restaurants
  • Prefer budget friendly hotels

Not for …

  • Prefer large full service hotels
  • Prefer International Brand Hotels such as Hyatt, Hilton, Marriott  (Please see my hotel guides in Shinjuku, Shinagawa, Tokyo Station Area)

 

Asakusa View Hotel

Google Rate: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4.0)

 

Richmond Premier Asakusa

Google Rate: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4.0)

 

Henna Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi

Google Rate: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4.0)

See the detailed review of Henna Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi

(Expedia ) (booking.com)

Asakusa Tobu Hotel

Google Rate: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4.0)

 

Gate Hotel Kaminarimon

Google Rate: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4.0)

 

Tips upon choosing a hotels in Asakusa

Check the map and choose the hotels near Sensoji Temple if you like to be in the center of the town. If you have less mobility or someone with difficulty in walking long distance, I recommend you to book a hotel near the station.

Here are some list of hotels in Asakusa

To find out of more if Asakusa is a right area for you, please see our Asakusa Neighborhood Guide

To look for other area, please see our Tokyo Area Guide.

For complete travel information of Tokyo, please start from  Comple Guide to Tokyo Travel

 

*All the Google Rates are based on the date of the first published date of this article.

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