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Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I found the hotel to be a good choice for a sightseeing in Tokyo. It is close to the Ginza line Asakusa and Tawaramachi stations. There are also stations for the Tskuba express and Tobu Skytree lines nearby. There is easy access from Narita airport and Haneda airport via the Tobu Sky tree line.

The local area has much to see in it. The major site is the Senso ji temple and surrounding buildings. The temple gets very busy during the day but with the hotel so close, it is easy to visit when the crowds have gone in the evening. There is a branch of Don Quijote very close to the hotel. This is a 24-hour discount store selling everything from food and drink to bicycles. It is very handy if you need anything.

There are many places to eat in the locality, both Japanese and the usual fast food joints.I recommend a local Ramen restaurant called Ramen-tei which is very close by. The basic but excellent bowl of Ramen only costs ¥350 and there are also some other more sophisticated dishes available.

The hotel rooms are quite large for a Japanese hotel and well equipped. If you need to watch TV, the only English Channel is NHK world which is a limited interest. The breakfasts are nice, there is a good range of things to eat though a bit lacking in cereals and the service is excellent.

  • Stayed: April 2018, traveled solo
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The room is bigger than many similarly-priced hotels in Tokyo, and was very clean. There was also a free Handy smartphone provided in the room which gave internet access for maps and train times and such, which was a huge bonus given the state of WiFi in the city and the cost of data roaming.

The location is excellent, with 2 stations nearby, both called Asakusa but with different lines. The closer station is on the Tsukuba Express line which only goes as far as Akihabara, but the other station - about 10 minutes stroll - is on the Ginza and Asakusa lines and connects with the rest of the city. There is a 24-hour Don Quixote opposite the hotel, and it sells everything you could need. Sensoji temple is practically on the doorstep and there are plenty of places to eat very close by.

The hotel is actually above a food market and the front desk is on the 5th floor. It is also next to another Richmond Hotel (not Richmond Premier) which could be confusing.

The staff were helpful and friendly, I had a bit of a wait to check in, but I had arrived exactly at check in time, and I didn't see any lines for the rest of my stay.

  • Stayed: April 2018, traveled solo
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The hotel is new and modern. Rooms size was larger compared to other hotels in Japan. Staff were very helpful when we asked for directions and trains. Hotel is centrally located in the Asakusa center with lots of shopping, restaurants, and train stations. A big plus was a direct train from Asakusa Station to Narita airport which takes about an hour. You also get to use a free wifi hotspot phone with unlimited internet which you can carry around. Tip: book early online to get the best prices.

  • Stayed: April 2018, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 April 2018

Smart, modern, multistorey hotel in historic Asakusa. This is a great location for exploring the old shitamachi (low lying) areas of Tokyo. The hotel is also very close to good shopping centres. Things I liked about this hotel include the following. Automated check in and out. Funny little garden next to reception. Bar with great views over Tokyo. The usual drinks machines you get in Japanese hotels, and the cute pyjamas. A nice place to stay, though pricy

  • Stayed: July 2017, traveled solo
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

room is relatively bigger in japan, all facilities are enough for using and fully functional. It's interesting to have a free mobile phone. location is close to shopping centre. But reception is confusing, and why cannot open window

Stayed: April 2018, traveled solo
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