Very conveniently located near train stations, restaurants and shopping areas. Rooms are smaller than average western rooms but still very comfortable.
Very special experience in capsule.. but the locker for storage is very small
Our second time staying at this hotel and it’s fantastic! Location is brilliant! 10 mins walk (if that) to Senso-ji temple, close to metro stations, plenty of shops in the area too. Staff have always been friendly and helpful. Can’t wait to book again.
Fairly clean. Close to public transportation so that's great. Would be nice if rooms with bathrooms have modern toilets equipped.
The hotel was fantastic! Absolutely beautiful at all times - clean, tidy and well presented. Staff were always very friendly and helpful. The location was perfect too, in a great place to pick somewhere nice to eat, visit the local temple or catch a train. Cannot reccomend this hotel enough and if ...
Good location in the heart of Asakusa, if you enjoy the quiter side to Tokyo. Excellent facilities and reasonable price.
Its closeness to all big Tourist spots. And the fact that you have to deposit the key at the reception while going out so the chance of losing it and being locked out is lessened lol
As I said in my other review, (for the third room I booked), I love the WBF. The rooms are compact, (smaller than the WBF rooms we had in Osaka), but this is to be epected in Tokyo. Staff are fantastic, beds are comfy, rooms are clean - what's not to like?
Comfortable and clean. Better than expected. Along the food street which is convenient.
When one thinks of Tokyo’s storied Shita-matchi area, one specific spot immediately comes to mind: Asakusa. Seeped in both Pre-War and immediate Post-War architecture, ancient temples and shrines, and an impressive selection of traditional-style Tokyo gourmet such as monjayaki and Edo-style sushi, visiting Asakusa is akin to stepping back in time. Take in the iconic giant red lantern at Sensoji Temple, or ride the express elevator up to the top of Sky Tree for an uninterrupted 360 degree view of Tokyo. Enjoy cuisine items that have been on the menu since the Edo era, such as dojo nabe and Yanagawa pot. Bring your taste buds back in time with you!
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Asakusa has multiple transit options, including the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and the Toei Oedo Line. You can easily access both the Bayside / Odaiba areas and Tokyo Disney in nearby Chiba. But you might not want to leave the Asakusa neighborhood at all thanks to the delicious food and throwback retro shopping. You can always take in a luxury hotel meal while watching the city spread out below from the top of Sky Tree’s observation deck. Book your Asakusa hotel with Expedia today and enjoy the fine taste of Shita-matchi!
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