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Located in the Taito Ward neighborhood in Tokyo, 501 m from Sensoji Temple, APA Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Every room includes a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. The rooms are equipped with a private...
Room really small, we could barely fit our two suitcases, but provided all amenities, more than we expected. Clean and convenient location, 2 minutes walk from Asakusa station. Superb breakfast, made fresh for each person, different smoothie every day, again made fresh. Recommend if you...More
Response from 浅草雷門宿泊課, フロントデスク at APA Hotel Asakusa KaminarimonResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for staying at APA HOTEL<Asakusa Kaminarimon>, and taking your time to share your experiences.
The concept of our guest room is compact, but convenient, we apologize your inconvenience.
As you say, our hotel is close to 3 lines of Asakusa station, and there...More
This hotel is new and great location.. It is just 3 minutes walk to the main tourist area in asakusa (Nakamise Street and Sensoji Temple) and it is just less than 5 minutes walk to train station.. If you plan to visit tokyo with cheap...More
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Response from 浅草雷門宿泊課, Front clerk: Matsumoto at APA Hotel Asakusa KaminarimonResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for staying with us at APA HOTEL<ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON>.
As you have mentioned, our hotel was opened in 2017, therefore it is new.
Also our hotel is located in Asakusa area, which is quite close to sensou-ji temple and Asakusa station.
The guest can...More
This hotel is well located in a quiet, somewhat unattractive side road...because of its location you would need to walk almost right up to it before it comes into view. The area is safe despite appearances and I would suggest that this is a typical...More
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Response from 浅草雷門宿泊課, Front clerk at APA Hotel Asakusa KaminarimonResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for staying with us at APA HOTEL〈ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON〉and taking your time to share your experience here.
Also thank you for mentioning and rating our hotel. As you have mentioned before, our hotel is located in Asakusa area, and it close to Asakusa station...More
The room is small and basic for a couple. The bed takes the major part of the room with a big flat screen tv, table with kettle another amenities. We got the 11th floor room overlooking the town of Asakusa. The toilet was clean, small...More
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Response from 浅草雷門宿泊課, FRONT at APA Hotel Asakusa KaminarimonResponded 28 May 2018
Thank you for staying with us at APA HOTEL<ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON> and your kind review. We are glad to hear that you are satisfied about our hotel and the location . As you said, our hotel is located great place for sightseeing ASAKUSA area. It takes...More
We paid about $185 a night for about 60 to 70 square feet of room. Everything was good except the size of the room. My computer broke and can't get this one to up load my photos of the hotel. Check my You Tube and...More
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Response from 浅草雷門宿泊課, フロントスタッフ at APA Hotel Asakusa KaminarimonResponded 23 April 2018
Thank you for staying with us at APA HOTEL<ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON> and your kind review. We are glad to hear that you are satisfied about the location of our hotel. As you said, our hotel is located great place for sightseeing ASAKUSA area. However we feel...More
Traces of the history and culture of the Edo (old Tokyo) era remain vividly in Ueno and Asakusa. Spacious Ueno Park is a great place to relax and visit a variety of different museums and galleries. At Ameyoko which starts in front of Ueno station, the grocery stores and clothing shops are crammed alongside fishmongers. It gets particularly busy at the end of the year, when many people go on shopping
sprees. The town of Asakusa, developed around Sensoji temple, has many shops selling goods and clothing from old Japan, making it a great place for souvenir hunting. It's also known for various annual festivals, and the whole district gets involved with the huge Sanja Festival in May.
Hello, from haneda international airport, take the train! U must take the one going straight to Asakusa, using the Asakusa line ( orange line). Make sure to take the train going there. It is normally well indicated on the... More
Hello, from haneda international airport, take the train! U must take the one going straight to Asakusa, using the Asakusa line ( orange line). Make sure to take the train going there. It is normally well indicated on the boards once you are on the platform. If you have a doubt you can stop by the information desk before entering the subway... That's what I did and the lady I talked to was very nice n helpful! Remember to buy the pasmo card for the train... So convenient, rechargeable n when you leave u get reimbursed for what is left on it... So u don't loose money.
Once you arrive at Asakusa station, there are many exits... It's a bit tricky but... If you really don't know which one to choose, follow directions for the kaminarimon temple. When you are in front of it, keep walking one block n turn on the next st on your left... This will take you straight to the hotel ( if my memory is OK 😊).
Hope this will help n enjoy your time there!!!