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We had a good time at this hotel. Though the room is very small for 2, we got this at a very cheap price. Stayed for 3 nights while we roam around Tokyo. The hotel is walking distance to Sensoji Temple, and near to 2 subway stations. There are a lot of restaurants nearby, and most especially Don Quijote Asakusa! The reception staff are also nice although they look very serious.
My friend had a minor boo boo locating this place since it was late in the evening after our flight from Chitose. Located at the heart of Asakusa, it was near almost everything. It was almost 10mins walk from the nearest train station, had lots of restaurants near the hotel and the best part is it's near Sensoji temple. I will definitely recommend this budget hotel to others.
As in majority of Tokyo hotels, usual small size room but well equipped with all hotel needs . Small toilet with all needs. The hotel is close to nearest shrine as well as river cruises. 5 minutes from major Rox super market. Only metro is near to Ginza line by 5 minutes while Asakusa line is around 8 to 10 minutes. Respectable team in reception.
Nice place.. close to everywhere.. except for the aircon. there was no aircon. you need to open the windows.. the staff was nice though, they help us open the window and give us more water. i love the place because it's near don quijote also.
spent 4 nights here of two persons. room space enough to put the luggage on the hallway. bedding is okay, the pillow has some pellets layer on one side. complete amenities provided (comb, toothbrush, cotton bud, razor, shaving gel, cotton), included KOSE face wash and unbranded shower gel, conditioner & shampoo. water kettle and hair dryer also there. overall room & equipment condition is 7.5/10. room cleaned daily if requested. front desk staffs friendly. met about 5-6 different staffs during stay, some have zero basic english, some have enough to converse. no air con as far as I can understand from the staff, need to open window during night. what I did is open the window slightly and set the heater on low. enough ambient temperature compared to outside around 6-7 deg C at night.
The good part is that we got the room for about $60 Canadian per night. The staff are terrific and helpful. The bad is a long list. The rooms are terribly outdated. Stained carpets, yellowed bathroom sink and bath, lack of plugs in the main room, holes in our comforter. The list goes on. The laundry room consists of 1 washer/dryer for the entire hotel, even though there were two other water lines available for use next to it. You are asked to give your key (Yes, key. Not keycard) to the front desk when you leave, and pick it up when you come back. It has a large keychain attached, so I feel like I'm at a gas station asking for keys to the restroom every time I get it from the front desk. The day we were checking out, I looked under the bed to discover somebody else's old boxers. So cleaning staff aren't exactly effective either. In short, the room reminds me of a dingy hotel in Bladerunner. It's a great location, but is in desperate need of a makeover and better cleaners.
Arrived at the hotel around 11 in the evening. We were greeted by the service staff at the front desk. They were friendly and very polite. We were hungry and we didn’t know where to buy foods at that timing. We asked for some tips on where to get some foods around the area and they gave us plenty of options. The room was good for couple. Tidy and the bed was very comfortable to sleep. It is 5 mins walk from many food outlets. 12-15 mins walk from Asakusa and Tawaramachi Metro station.
On our visit to Japan we first of all stayed at Unizo Inn Asakusa for 5 nights, before visiting Kyoto, then Osaka and returning back to Tokyo staying for another 2 nights at a different hotel. The hotel is perfectly located only a few mins walk away from Asakusa metro station making it very handy for exploring the rest of Tokyo. On the way from the metro to the hotel you’ll also pass Senso-Ji temple which is well worth a visit, also a large market selling snacks, souvenirs and even gifts for a dog or cat if you have one back home. If you plan to have dinner or lunch you’ll find loads to chose from, there’s Japanese restaurants, western chains such as Burger King and I spotted an Italian restaurant too. On entering our room I was a little surprised about the size, although I had been warned before to expect smaller rooms than western standards, we booked a double but I would say it was more suitable for just one guest as a single room as the bed wasn’t a standard double, I think it was 3/4 instead. The bed was ok for comfort although the pillows were a quite hard but again I believe this is more to do with Japan than the hotel. The window in the room was frosted glass which I found most hotels were that we visited in Japan, I felt a bit claustrophobic at first but after a night there I was fine. Although the hotel is a 3* it did provide nightwear and slippers which I’ve not seen before in any less than a 4*. We had breakfast included which was served in the Royal Host Restaurant downstairs, the waiting staff there were very friendly and helpful, not all of them speak fluent English but still they find a way to help and assist you if you have any questions or requests. The menus are available in English and Japanese so you won’t have any issues there, also if you have breakfast included with your room then you’ll be handed a smaller menu to order from which included, English/American style breakfast, a Japanese breakfast or porridge. As I’m vegetarian I asked for the American style breakfast minus the meat. You’ll also find unlimited teas, coffees and soft drinks to enjoy with your food. I highly recommend choosing to stay at Unizo Inn Asakusa due to the delicious breakfast if it’s included in your booking and because of its excellent location with it only being a short walk away from Asakusa station, Senso-Ji Temple, boat tours, rickshaw rides and within close proximity to Tokyo Skytree.
This accommodation suited our needs although we had mistakenly booked our rooms on the smoking floor - shocking experience for us as we were all non- smokers - had the window open all the time including at night.. Lovely cleaning lady who went out of her way to look after us. Found the inn quite pricey compared to other hotels so book early if you want good deals and make sure it's not in golden week ... There was only one washing machine available in the laundry which was a shame. The location however was excellent - close to the markets and the temple with ample places to dine!
Budget hotel with fairly small rooms, but comfortable beds and good bathroom. Nice breakfast and very convenient for a lot of shopping and sightseeing locations. Sensoji temple nearby (very worth seeing), plus department stores etc. Asakusa underground station nearby.
Located in Asakusa, UNIZO INN Tokyo Asakusa is within a 5-minute walk of Kaminarimon and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Sensō-ji Temple. This 121-room, 3-star hotel has in-room conveniences like refrigerators, coffee makers, and LCD TVs.
This hotel has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.
UNIZO INN Tokyo Asakusa's 121 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and desks. Guests can expect LCD TVs with pay movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and toilets with an electronic bidet.
At UNIZO INN Tokyo Asakusa, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and free newspapers. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage and dry cleaning/laundry. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a vending machine.