- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, property conditions & facilities
Staff was very nice and accommodating. Hotel was very clean. Shower was great. Hotel should provide daily water bottles though.
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Located in Tokyo's Taito neighbourhood, Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa is in the city centre and near a metro station. Sensō-ji Temple and Tokyo Sky Tree are notable landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Ueno Park and Tokyo Bay. Ueno Zoo and KidZania Tokyo are not to be missed.
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Arriving at Haneda Airport, visited tourist information, and purchased a pasmo card (cost 500 yen which is re-imbursed when returned). You then load like an oyster card. The hotel is situated at station A18, which is directly accessible on the underground from the Airport. Cost 516 yen with above card. When exiting Asakusa station, head for exit A2, since this has an elevator to street level. It saves you carrying your luggage up several flights of stairs. Head across the road at the crossing, turn left and the hotel is approximately 400m away. Easy way to find the hotel is to look for the Indian takeaway sign outside the restaurant next door. Arriving in reception, there were 3 employees on duty (which I found was the norm), and so check-in was quick. As stated in other reviews, the rooms are small compared to Western hotels. The TV had 11 channels with the only English speaking one being CNN news. The highlight of the hotel was the breakfast, which starts at 6.30, and this was also the time it was at it's busiest. There was a great variety of choice including soups, salad, fruit, cereal, tempura, and approximately 10 other hot food choices available including a couple of Western themed dishes. There was also a great selection of cold juices, tea and coffee. The shower always had instant hot water, and there were plentiful bathroom accessories. You can access most of central Tokyo within 30 minutes, remembering it is one big city. A truly wonderful stay!