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I’d like to visit Tokyo Aakusa and Skytree with my wife and stay in Tokyo for overnight. Can anyone recommend an accommodation which costs around 10,000yen per night?

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I’d like to visit Tokyo Aakusa and Skytree with my wife and stay in Tokyo for overnight. Can anyone recommend an accommodation which costs around 10,000yen per night?

I’m going to visit Tokyo Aakusa and Skytree with my wife. Please tell me a convenient accommodation for our tour.

  • Married couple
  • Tokyo
  • Tokyo Sky Tree
  • Tourism
  • One night
  • 10,000 within yen

Asakusa View Hotel

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Asakusa View Hotel

5.0

  • address
  • 3-17-1, NISHI-ASAKUSA, TAITO-KU, TOKYO 111-8765, JAPAN
  • Transport Access
  • 7-MINUTE WALK FROM TAWARAMACHI SUBWAY STATION.

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It is a hotel with an unique appearance.

You can feel secure, as it is a long-established hotel. Especially, the guide around Asakusa was sufficient. It is located in the busy area in Asakusa, so the access to the sightseeing spots is superb. I confidently recommend this hotel.

The plan with a ticket for the Sky Tree is handy.

Like many people recommended, you can enjoy the sunrise, the night-view of the Sky Tree from the room, the observation room on the 20th floor and the restaurant on the 26th floor for a breakfast. The privilege of this plan is that you can go to the observation deck without standing in a queue for the elevator, being treated as a special, separate from general visitors. You can choose a restaurant among innumerable number of restaurants in Asakusa for your evening meal.

the long-established hotel with the good location and the good service

It is close to the station and the Hanayashiki. You can walk to the Sky Tree while you are strolling around. Of course, you can get there on a bus or train. The view of the Sky Tree from the room is very beautiful. The service is superb. The buffet-styled breakfast has variety in the menu. It was all delicious.

This is the best place to see the Sky Tree.

It is directly connected to the Asakusa station on the Tsukuba Express. The transport is very convenient. The size of the Sky tree through the window of the hotel is the highlight. The night view of the Sensoji Temple and the Hanayashiki is fantastic. After viewing the Sky Tree, it is the right place for Asakusa-sightseeing.

It is a quality hotel for the price.

It is in the high rise building which is connected to the Asakusa station on the Tsukuba Express. You can sightsee the Asakusa area, using this hotel as your base. The charge is very reasonable. If you could stay on the higher floor, you can see the Sky Tree and the night-view of Asakusa.

the hotel in Asakusa

The Asakusa View Hotel is connected to the Asakusa station on the Tsukuba Express. It is a 10-minute-walk from the Tawaramachi station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza-line and the Asakusa station on the Tobu Sky Tree-line. It is located in the convenient place to go to Asakusa and the Sky Tree. They have a parking space. They have some rooms from where you can see the Sky Tree.

a long-established hotel

Among the hotels in Asakusa, this hotel has sufficient facilities. The hotel is dated, but the lobby is spacious and the facilities are excellent. As there are a lot of places to eat out in Asakusa, you can have your breakfast as well as evening meal outside the hotel. If you do so, you can find a plan for \10,000.

the night view of the Sky Tree

It is in Asakusa. ( a 10-minute-walk from the Asakusa station on the Asakusa-line) It is relatively close to the Sky-Tree. You can enhoy the night-view of the Sky Tree at night. The room is clean and your fatigue from the trip will be comforted. The hotel’s URL is as follows. http://www.viewhotels.co.jp/asakusa/

The Sky Tree is beautiful

The rooms on the Sky Tree side cost more, but you can see it closely. The hotel has a special room for the hotel guests only and from there you can see the Sky Tree very well. You can use a bus to go to the Sky Tree from the front of the hotel. The Kaminarimon is in a walking distance.

Perhaps, it is the best hotel from where you can see the Sky Tree in Japan.

Speaking of a hotel with the best view of the Sky Tree, many people think of this hotel, I’m sure. The view from this hotel is that fantastic. Please choose a room on as high a floor as possible. Enjoy your meal at a long-established restaurant in the Asakusa area.

Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo

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Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo

5.0

  • address
  • 1-2-2, KINSHI, SUMIDA-KU, TOKYO 130-0013, JAPAN
  • Transport Access
  • [Nearest Station]
    3 min. walk from North Exit of JR Kinchicho Sta.3 min. walk from Exit No.3 of Kinchicho Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line.

    Free Shuttle Bus for Tokyo Disney Resort availeble *reservation required. (please call to reserve) and Limouosine Bus for Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport available. *Details: See the Miscellaneous below.

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near the station

It is close to the Kinshicho station. You can have your breakfast on the top floor and the scenery from there is beautiful. It is close to the Sky Tree. The charge is reasonable. It is convenient for visiting places.

The Sky Tree is in front of you.

It is a 5-minute-walk from the Kinshicho station. You can get there, using the JR train as well as the underground. From the hotel, you can see the Sky tree in front of you. If you want to go to the Sky Tree, it is one stop on the underground and it is about a 10-minute-walk from the hotel.

You can see the Sky Tree through the window in your room.

It is located in the place in a walking distance to the Sky Tree. It is close to the Kinshicho station, so the access is very convenient. It is a standard business hotel, but taking an overall view, such as the location and the interior, the charge is cheap. You can see the Sky Tree through the window in your room.

It is convenient for the Sky Tree sightseeing.

The nearest station is Kinshicho station. It is a convenient hotel for visiting around the Sky Tree and the area. It is a relatively grand hotel and is comfortable to stay. The night view from a room is wonderful. You should request a room on the higher floor on your booking. There seems to be a plan for the “Sky Tree View”

in front of the Kinshicho station

It is a city hotel related to the Tobu Railway in front of the Kinshicho station. Depending on the location of a room, you can see the Sky Tree from the room closely. It is convenient to go to both Asakusa and the Sky Tree. (The Sky Tree is definitely in a walking distance.) It’s recommended.

Hotel Dormy Inn Express Asakusa

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Hotel Dormy Inn Express Asakusa

4.9

  • address
  • 1-3-4, HANAKAWATO, TAITO-KU, TOKYO 111-0033, JAPAN
  • Transport Access
  • [Nearest Station]
    1 min. walk from Exit No. 5 of Asakusa Sta. on the Tobu Line and Ginza subway Line.
    2 min. walk from Asakusa Sta. on the Toei Asakusa Line.

    [From Narita Internatiional Airport]
    Approx. 75 min. to Keisei Ueno Sta. by Keisei Skyliner on the Keisei Line. 5 min. walk from Keisei Ueno Sta. to Ueno subway Sta, and 5 min. walk from Ueno to Asakusa on the Ginza subway Line.

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It’s a 1-minute-walk from the Tobu Asakusa station. You can ease yourself in the big bathroom

It is in front of the Asakusa station, so it’s very convenient for visiting the Asakusa area and the Sky Tree. The room is a little small, but is clean. You can comfort your tired body from walking in the big bathroom. The breakfast is available. You can sightsee the Sensoji Temple and the Nakamise shopping arcade and have a Tendon (a bowl with Tempra on) with King Prawns for your lunch. Why don’t you walk to the Sky Tree, viewing the River Sumida to work off your lunch? If you have enough time, it will be fun to go down the river Sumida on a boat from the pier near the hotel to enjoy the scenery from the River.

The inn is in front of the Asakusa station. You can walk to the Sky Tree.

*The name will be changed after the 1st of February.
The hotel staff, including a cleaning lady were all pleasant. I had booked a room through the Omakase Plan (leave everything to the hotel), but I could stay in a room on the Sky Tree side. The time table for the big bathroom is inconvenient for women, but they gave me the Camellia shampoo and the bath foam. The foot-bathing is available only for 2 people at 1 time. On the following day, the weather forecast in Tokyo was snow and it was very cold, but the overcoat and the blanket were prepared for us, so we didn’t feel cold. The foot-bathing, viewing the Sky Tree was wonderful. I wish you would have the bath-tub just a little bigger. The sauna was bit enough. I enjoyed the Yonaki-soba(noodle for supper). The breakfast was delicious, starting with the grilled fish.

Dormy Inn is a reasonable hotel which never goes wrong

It is a 1-minute-walk from the Exit No.5 at the Asakusa station on the underground Ginza-line. When you go to Asakusa, you can easily find it out. All Dormy Inns have comfortable big bathrooms, but this one has the observation hot-spring with ultra-soft hot-spring water, named “Asahi-yu”. It is the hotel which can’t go wrong.

It’s is close to the Asakusa Kaminarimon. You can see the Sky Tree from the foot-bathing area. The charge is a good deal!

It is located along the River Sumida which is a 2-minute-walk from the Kaminarimon. You can see the Sky Tree from the foot-bathing area. It is just right for the Downtown sightseeing. The access to the Sky Tree is easy by train from the Asakusa station. You can even walk there. Although you need to observe the system of taking a bath on the time-sheet between men and women, it is a big bathroom. They have a plan for a good deal, so your budget could cover it.

Hotel Sunroute Asakusa

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Hotel Sunroute Asakusa

4.8

  • address
  • 1-8-5, Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034, Japan
  • Transport Access
  • 1 min walk from Exit 3 of Tawara-machi station ( Tokyo Metro Ginza Line ) / 7 min walk from Exit A1 of Asakusa station ( Metropolitan Asakusa Line ) / 3 min walk from Exit A1 of Asakusa station ( Tsukuba Express ) / 7 min walk from Asakusa station ( Tobu Asakusa Line ) / 10 min walk from Exit A5 of Kuramae station ( Metropolitan Oedo Line )

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a clean and comfortable hotel

It is close to the Tawaramachi station rather than to the Asakusa station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza-line. It is not conspicuous, but actually, it is very convenient for sightseeing. It is a business hotel, but the room is spacious and clean. You can use the WiFi connection for free. From the Asakusa station on the Toei Underground which is a 3-minute-walk from the hotel, you can see the Sky Tree very clearly.

Last year, we, a married couple stayed there and visited the Sky Tree!

It was 1 year ago when we stayed there. Your budget wasn’t clear whether it would be for a person or for a room, but this hotel’s charge, \10,000 is for 2 people. It is close to the underground station and it is along the Kokusai Street which is a wide road, so it’s easy to find it. The nearest station is the Tawaramachi station which is next to the Asakusa station. It is just the right distance to go to the Sensoji Temple, browsing the shops. Kappabashi which is famous for cookeries for business use is nearby. It will be interesting to look around the area. We coild see the Sky Tree from our room! If you want a similar room, you need to choose a plan with a room from where you can see the Sky Tree or you should tell the hotel on your booking. Please enjoy your trip!

Hotel Keihan Asakusa

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Hotel Keihan Asakusa

4.0

  • address
  • 2-12-4, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan
  • Transport Access
  • 1 hour and 14 min by Keisei Limited Express from Narita International Airport and get off at Aoto station, change the line to Asakusa Line and get off at Asakusa station. 9 min walk from Exit 1 of Asakusa station

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Asakusa / the Sky Tree

I recommend Hotel Keihan Asakusa for you and your wife to visit Asakusa and the Sky Tree. In the Kanto area, it is not very familiar, but it is one of the chain hotels from which the parent company is the Keihan Dentetsu which is one of the major private railway in the Kansai area. As it is the chain hotel in the USJ as well, you can stay there, feeling secure.

the hotel close to the Asakusa station

It is a 2-minute-walk from the Asakusa station on the Tsukuba Express, so it is very convenient to move around. The casual twin-bedded room has a cheap price. The interior of the room is pretty and as the floor has been laminated, it gives you a clean image. The buffet-styled breakfast has variety in the menu and is delicious.

Hotel MyStays Asakusabashi

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Hotel MyStays Asakusabashi

4.1

  • address
  • 1-5-5, Asakusabashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0053, Japan
  • Transport Access
  • 50 meters from Asakusabashi station on JR Sobu Line / 4 min walk from Asakusabashi station on Metropolitan Asakusa Line / 5 min walk from Bakurocho station on JR Keiyo Line

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the station which is close to the Asakusabashi station

The Hotel Mystays Asakusabashi is close to the JR Asakusabashi station and is a 4-minute-walk from the Asakusabashi station on the Toei-line. It is very convenient for the Asakusa sightseeing. It is also close to Akihabara and Ryogoku area. The charge will be within your budget, \10,000 per night.

close to the underground station.

It is close to the underground Asakusa station. I like that Lawson is on the 1st floor of the hotel building. You have no problem to have cheap meals, as there are many food shops lined up between the station and the hotel. However, the room is new but small. You should decide after checking and comparing other hotels. It was a convenient hotel to me, when I visited around the Asakusa area.

Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido

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Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido

4.5

  • address
  • 2-13-6, Kameido, Koto-ku, Tokyo 136-0071, Japan
  • Transport Access
  • 5 min walk from North Exit of Kameido station on JR Sobu Line

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It’s cheap for a family.

The charge is cheap with a breakfast. It is just right for only one night stay. It’s close to the Sky Tree. I visited it getting up early in the morning. I could manage to get on the elevator without waiting for a long time. If you go there by train, it is easy.

Asakusabashi Belmont Hotel

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Asakusabashi Belmont Hotel

4.0

  • address
  • 1-2-8,YANAGIBASHI,TAITO-KU,TOKYO,111-0052,JAPAN
  • Transport Access
  • [Nearest Station]
    2min. walk from East Exit of Asakusabashi Sta. on the JR Sobu Line.
    2min. walk from Exit A1 of Asakusabashi Sta. on the Toei Asakusa subway Line.

    [From Narita International Airport]
    Approx. 60min. by Limited Express train on the Keisei Line to Aoto. Then transfer to Keisei Line, and 15min. to Asakusabashi.
    Approx. 80min. by Narita Express (NEX) to Tokyo. Then transfer to JR Yamanote Line, and 1 stop to Akihabara, and then take JR Sobu Line to Asakusabashi.
    Approx. 80-100min. by Airport Limousine Bus to Tokyo.

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It’s a 2-minute-walk from the Exit A1 at the Asamusabashi station.

As it is close to the station, the access to many sightseeing spots is excellent. As they have rent-a-cycles, it’s better to check it before you go. You can enjoy the history-cruising to visit around the bridges in Tokyo on the River Kanda which is running down below the hotel. You can grade up your room to the one from where you can see the Sky Tree.

Smile Hotel Sugamo

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Smile Hotel Sugamo

3.9

  • address
  • 2-4-7, SUGAMO, TOSHIMA-KU, TOKYO, 170-0002, JAPAN
  • Transport Access
  • Just a 2 min. walk from Sugamo station on the JR Yamanote line or the Toei Mita line.

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It is a little far away, but cheap and convenient.

It is a 40-minute-ride on a bus to Asakusa from the hotel. The hotel is a 5-minute-walk from the Sugamo station. There is no inconvenience to find a super-market, a convenience-store, a drug-store or restaurants. (Seiyu for 24 hours is nearby.) The Yamanote-line, the Metro-line, the Metro-bus and the tram are close. The famous Togenuki-jizo (the guardian deity for curing illness) is nearby. As it is a business hotel, it is for people who put stress on the balance of the quality and the price rather than the luxurious atmosphere. (\6,000 without a meal) If you want, you can have a buffet-styled Japanese breakfast.

Ryokan Kamogawa

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Ryokan Kamogawa

3.8

  • address
  • 1-30-10 ASAKUSA, TAITO-KU, TOKYO 111-0032, JAPAN
  • Transport Access
  • [Nearest Station]
    5min. walk from Asakusa Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and the Toei Asakusa subway Line.

    [From Narita International Airport]
    70min. by Limited Express (Airport Limited Express) to Asakusa dirrectly.
    Approx. 75min. by Keisei SKYLINER to Keisei Ueno. Then transfer to Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, 5min. to Asakusa.

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An inn maybe interesting.

It is not a hotel. It is an inn which seems to be loved by foreigners. Having said that it is an inn, they have altered to a modern style, so the unit-bath has been equipped in the room. So, for even Japanese who are accustomed to hotels, it is comfortable to stay. It is close to the Nakamise (shopping arcade), so it is convenient for sightseeing.