It was good that they were still able to accept online booking even quite late. It looks quite far from the station but it was my 5th day in Tokyo and I was getting used to walking so it wasn't as far as I thought it was based on the map.
Aug 13, 2018 - Family vacation
the room is comfort. but i can smell some smoke from cigarette in some floor. max the reception is a very friendly man. and he can speak fluent english.
Denisse S. T.
Jul 13, 2018 - Backpacking
The receptionists were very accommodating to some of our requests. The capsule pods were also comfortable and even if I stayed at the top bed, it was a breeze getting in and out of it. The hotel is just a 5 minute walk away from Sensoji Temple so it is recommended for tourists. There is also a nearby convenience store and a bunch of Japanese restaurants in the area.
Apr 5, 2018 - Backpacking
I stayed here for 2 nights. It was a long walk from Asakusa Station but I didn’t regret it because I got to pass by Sensoji Temple and the Sakura trees were blooming at it was gorgeous. The capsule bed was very comfortable and I like it. Though the shower room was shocking at first since it was common - I’m from a conservative culture so it was an indescribable experience - I was really not expecting that. The receptionist is very accommodating, he helped me locate places I needed to go. He was friendly and I liked the service. I checked out and used the Tsukuba Express which was nearer than Asakusa. My experience was great - Budget friendly and got to experience a Japanese Culture. P.S. Wifi was fast - 74mbps :)
Elica J. F.
Oct 25, 2017 - Backpacking
Great stay. Staff are awesome. Fun experience. Definitely recommend this with my family and friends. Will be staying here again.
Sharon N. A.
Aug 7, 2017 - Backpacking
It was a nice stay at Asakusa Hotel Wasou. The location is very strategic just behind the Sensoji temple, one intersetion away. The receptionist speaks enough English to help us go to the room and the other facilities in and around the hotel, and is friendly. It opens 24 hours so check out can be anytime. There is microwave and hot water if you want to make something. Vending machines are also available inside. The rest room and the powder room (room for using makeup) is packed with utilities you can use. If you forgot your toiletries, they provide so much already! :) Female and male floor is separated so for solo travelers it's super safe. The bathroom is a public bathroom though, it's like an onsen or some sort - awkward at first because you'll have to bath with other girls staying in the same big room but the showers are separated so yeah. Sauna is available if you'd like here. They don't provide breakfast but food shops, bakeries and convenience stores are all around it. They have laundry room and a dry clean machine which is neat, 400 yen per wash. The capsules itself are comfortable enough, the big room is well air-conditioned. The wifi is good, there is a TV inside your capsule and you'l also get a locker to put your backpack. Suitcases will be too big for the locker so people usually put it just infront of their capsules or in the aisle because it is a closed room full of capsules. It is totally safe, people respect property privacy very much here. But keep your suitcases locked at all times whenever you're leaving it at the hptel, just in case. Recommended for solo or same gender group travelers :)
Jul 4, 2017 - Backpacking
Far from subway/trains but the hotel itself is ok
Sep 26, 2016 - Backpacking
The staff really nice and helpful. Location strategic, easy to find. It was my first time to stayed at traditional room like that, and I enjoyed.
Sheila N. H.
Feb 14, 2016 - Backpacking
I'm satisfied with the service but the shower room was a little bit unconfortable for me because we are not used to share bathroom (just a lil problem with culture) but its okay, the staff are very helpful and kind.
Nurul E. P.
Jan 25, 2016
It was a great hotel. It's cozy, nice service, near to Asakusa temple and market, (not so close) to subway station (but it's walk-able), there's convenience store and Starbucks around the area as well. But unfortunately there's one thing I was uncomfortable with: the bath room is an open space, although it's women-only shower room, but the place for showering is shared with other people (maybe they use method like in an Onsen), So if you are uncomfortable being naked when there's people around, you might have use some effort to take a bath. haha. Use swimsuit (which I didn't bring because it was winter so I didn't even think about swimming), or take a bath at midnight (like I did) when others are sleeping. But overall it's great!
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Check-in: 4:00 PM Check-out: 10:00 AM
Asakusa Hotel Wasou is located in area / city Asakusa.
There are plenty of tourist attractions nearby, such as Hanayashiki Amusement Park within 0.21 km, and Marugoto Nippon within 0.33 km.
About Asakusa Hotel Wasou
Asakusa Hotel Wasou is a hotel with great comfort and excellent service according to most hotel's guests.
Asakusa Hotel Wasou is the ideal choice for you who are looking for a comfortable yet affordable accommodation.
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