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Hotel MyStays Asakusa-bashi

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We stayed in Tokyo for 5 nights, and our choice was this Hotel Mystays Asakusabashi . As muslims we find difficulties in getting halal food around the places that we wanted to visit. So, the main reason to choose here is because we needed to cook some simple food for our lunch and dinners. The room that we booked was with a mini kitchenette. The room was just enough for the two of us. Room and bathroom were clean. Not forgetting mentioning there are total of 3 convenient shops around the hotel area and 1 attached to the hotel building. Surrounding area was quiet. Very close to 2 train stations for easy travelling, (one was just a 2 minutes away for local travelling subway line). Hotel staff was very helpful and friendly and I guess based on our experienced, Japanese are very helpful and full with courtesy. I would strongly recommend this hotel.

We stayed here for 5 nights during our trip to Japan. The room is quite small but it wasn't a problem for us. We easily fit in our 2 big suitcases and had enough room to move about. The bed was a bit too small and the pillows were tiny which made sleeping a bit uncomfortable. The hotel is a few minutes walk to Asakusabashi train station so a good location. We stayed in the superior sky tree room with views to the Tokyo sky tree which was nice. Hotel staff we very helpful but spoke limited English.

It's our second visit at MyStays Hotel chains. Our first visit was at MyStays Nippori, and at our second visit to Tokyo we took MyStays Hotel Asakusa-bashi. Superb location, just one station from Akihabara. And hotel location is very close to asakusabashi station. You can choose using Chuo-sobu line or asakusa line. Hotel room is small, but that's okay since we spent most our day outside. Small room but nice..... There's Lawson next to hotel. And there's loundry machine and ice maker. Great....

I stayed at this hotel back in September 2016. The hotel is ridiculously close to the JR Asakusabashi Station (when they say the hotel is only a walk away, IT IS), less than 1 minute to reach the hotel. The station itself is disabled friendly ,as they have an elevator. The hotel don't serve breakfast due to space constraints, however, they have a 24 hour Lawson attached to the Lobby. Other facilities includes a free laundry. You can buy a powdered detergent for 103 JPY at the reception. There's only 3 washing machines and 3 dryer, and they tend to be busy all the time. I ended up washing my clothes mostly at 2-3 AM in the morning. The machine handles delicate fabric well, and the detergent smells nice. I stayed at a double room with kitchenette. They have 2 lifts, both are big and ran perfect. The room was big for Tokyo standard, you can fit a medium sized suitcase just fine without having to bump your knees everywhere (believe me, prior to staying here, i was staying at MyStays Shin-Osaka, and the hotel was ridiculously small, but was really nice due to newly renovated). The kitchen had a water kettle, electric stove, frying pan, and general utensils for your cooking needs. There's also a sink to wash the plates and glasses. The bed was big for my 5'5" figure, and the mattress was firm but still comfortable. Air Conditioner worked well, so does the WiFi. The bathroom was Japanese standard at it's best, with the high tech toilet, a small bathtub, and a shower. They provided soap, shampoo, and body lotion, also all the usual amenities like toothbrushes, shower cap, etc. The hotel is surrounded by many eateries, my favorite just happen to be Gyoza No Ohsho, a 1 minute walk from the hotel, they serve great Gyoza and icy cold beer! In case you're fancying something else, there's also Sushi, Italian Food, Ramen, Rice Bowl, all within <5 minute walk. The hotel is also close to several convenience store, namely Lawson (see above), AEON, 7 Eleven, and also a Hanamasa supermarket (should you want to cook yourself). Bad stuff? Unless you consider lack of breakfast as negative, for me, there really isn't. If i'm coming back to Tokyo, i'll definitely stay here again!

Simple hotel with small rooms, but has everything needed (e.g. Laundry room, convenience store in the basement) and is close to the next subway station (Asakusabashi). Good base location to explore all parts of Tokyo.

Nice hotel on a great location. A 6-minute walk from Asakusa metrostation. Rooms are pretty small, especially for tall people. However, they are quite complete: barhroom with bath, sink apart, bidet and small kitchenette. However I personally wouldn't cook anything here. It's just too small and you have nice restaurants at an arm's length. Bed was a bit hard but overall a great value for money place.

We have been lodged in this hotel for four nights. The check-in and check-out processes were fast and without problems. The hotel has good location, one block from the subway system and three from the Yamanote Line. These two systems connect the hotel to all the main places of the City. There are at least two supermarkets close to the hotel, one of them open 24 hours. The hotel is directly connected to a convenience store. The front desk is near the main entrance. There is not a real lobby, only a small place with the front desk. In that place are some amenities available. We had a standard room. If you have experience with cruise ships, it is as big as the cheapest stateroom. It is tiny and extremely uncomfortable. No place for the luggage, your clothes (there is only a coat hanger) and for you….You have only a bed, a super small TV, air conditioning, a small desk and an electric kettle. Nothing more.

My Husband and I stayed here during our honeymoon trip to Japan. We stayed here for 3 nights during our 11 day trip. The main reason for staying at this hotel was the close proximity to the train station. We wanted to be close to the Akihabara district and this was only 1 stop away. Our view had the beautiful Sky Tree in the distance which looked absolutely beautiful at night. The room was incredibly small. We stayed in 4 different hotels during our trip and this was the smallest. We appreciated the free use of washers and dryers but they were always full. Even at 2am there were always clothes in there. Loved the store right next door. We were hardly there and only were there to sleep. And the bed was extremely small with hardly enough room for 2 people. We also Had trouble when checking out and trying to forward our luggage to our next hotel. The language barrier was difficult and the receptionist did not know how to fill out the Takkyubin paperwork like our previous hotel. Price was a bit high and do not know if we would stay again in the future,

Incredibly modern, all amenities, exceptional staff, helpful and knowledgable in English. Laundry, fitness, central location to subways, excellent wifi, safe, very clean, and great location! Small rooms and quiet location. Stayed based on all the recommendations. It will not disappoint.

My wife and I stayed at this hotel for 10 days and loved the location and service. We got to the hotel around noon and they held our bags and brought them to our room at check-in. They even held our bags for us at checkout. The maid service was also excellent. They even provide you with a toothbrush and toothpaste as well as pajamas. This place had it all including laundry facilities and a store connected to it.

Room options

Standard Semi Double, Non Smoking

TwinXL 1 | Sleeps 3

Semi Double, Skytree View, Non Smoking

TwinXL 1 | Sleeps 3

Standard Double Room, Non Smoking

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Standard Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

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92% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 616 reviews