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"Friendly staff, great place to keep your stuff."
April 2, 2018
40 meters to public transportation
Located in heart of Tokyo
Last booked a few minutes ago
|Value for money||7.4|
|Nearest airport||Haneda Airport (HND)|
|Distance to airport||18.6 km|
"Staffs at front desk are quite helpful."
October 31, 2017
"Bedsheet and general environment are clean."
October 31, 2017
"The location is super good."
August 4, 2017
", I enjoyed the little onsen and the view from the terrace."
December 8, 2017
Your itinerary won't be complete until you book your stay at the Capsule Hotel Asakusa Riverside. This hotel is near Nakamise Road, Chingodō-Ji, Sensoji Temple, Asakusa-Jinja (Asakusa Shrine), and Taiko Drum Museum (Taiko-Kan). It features a hot tub and a sauna among other fantastic facilities. Whether it's a bar or vending machines, it offers a range of dining and snacking choices. The Capsule Hotel Asakusa Riverside has several convenient features, such as a laundromat, a selection of shops, safety deposit boxes, as well as a smoking area. Karaoke bars are nearby, where you can hang out with fellow travelers and show off your singing skills.
All of the rooms come with air conditioning, a seating area, a TV, and a hair dryer, as well as a shared bathroom, heating, and towels. The Capsule Hotel Asakusa Riverside provides Wi-Fi in common areas, ensuring that you are able to save on data costs while staying connected to your loved ones at home. This hotel provides a range of useful services, such as luggage storage and laundry services. The front desk is open around the clock, so there will always be a member of staff behind the desk to assist with any questions that you have. This hotel offers check-in from 03:00 PM and check-out until 10:00 AM. Asakusa Train Station is 40 m away and Tawaramachi Subway Station is 620 m away. The nearest airports are Haneda International Airport (HND) and Narita International Airport (NRT), which are 18 km and 53.5 km away.
"Very friendly and helpful staff."
January 3, 2018
Children and extra beds
Minimum age of guests is: 20 year(s).
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.
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The view from the bath !”
I sometime stay at this capsule hotel in Asakusa. The location is super good. It is right next to underground station and by the sumida river. The view from the bath on the top floor is soooooo good. But you might be peeped so be careful :)
Love the privacy.”
I loved my capsule :) it was very cozy and big enough to give me the privacy I wanted from all the hostels. You can watch some tv and set up an alarm. There are only 2 floors for women and 4 for men, so the chargers were not busy. I was also always alone in the public shower (they have hot bath as well). Common rooms can smell of smoke because smoking is allowed here. You also have hot water and vending machines with food and drinks. Staff are very friendly and helpful. The downside is that you have to leave at 10h and leave your bags in the second floor and pay for the vakuables. Otherwise, a good experience!
Capsule hotel in Asakusa”
This capsule hotel is located inside another hotel, (they share a lobby).Its quite tricky to find it unless you go to the back of the hotel! Staff are quite helpful but and the common/shared area is quite spacious. Wifi is not available in every floor. Location is strategic, next to a train exit. My only complaints is that the pod/capsule is kind of old. There is no power outlet to charge your electronics unlike other newer capsule hotels. My TV is also broken.
Good location and perfect place for a low budget travelers”
Very close to the Asakusa station, right behind Burger Kind (if somebody would have troubles finding it as me ;) Cheap accomodation but I felt nice and relaxed there., I enjoyed the little onsen and the view from the terrace. Pity the internet wasnt working.
its value for money. but didn't like the facilities at different floor (but that's what you get for a budget stay, i guess). what would be nice would be a no-smoking policy throughout the facilities. common areas, lifts, etc all have cigarette smell (except the capsule).
Very dirty, stains everywhere.”
The location was pretty great right next to the station. The staff for the most part was good. But there was one older man we would just flat out refuse to help me. Outside of when I first checked in and he tried to make me pay after I already paid online. Whenever i would try and turn my key in and leave and he was there he would stand there not helping me hand gesture for me to wait while he got someone else to take my key. The only place to get Wi-Fi is on one floor but it's also a smoking room. So if your like me and hate smoke don't stay here. There's even a note on the door saying there have been thefts recently. Makes you really want to stay there. There's only public baths no private showers . I will never stay here again worst hotel experience I've ever had. Would never recommend. Extremely dirty with stained sheets. There was empty hole in my capsule where I assume a tv is supposed to go. No place to charge your phone in the capsule either.
Great value if you are ready for adventure ”
Hey very Japanese experience where you are provided with slippers to wear inside and pajamas and a toothbrush. The Bass is communal, but separated by gender. You are expected to sit on a small stool and shower before getting into the large warm tub. It's not as intimidating as it may sound in officially kind of fond of this is another culture for a while. Would definitely return. It's not sleek and modern and there is limited places to plug in electronics, if you're looking for local culture you come to the right place. Steph is accommodating and friendly, I speak enough English to get you where you need to go, but some translation aids on your part will make sure everything is accurate.
Little confusing first time”
Since the name of hostel changed and it is hard to find the location. I need to asked Japanese people to help me and gladly I got the one who help. Make sure to put same name in front of the building so everybody will notice easily. The location was BEST actually because just beside the subway and also very easy to explore Asakusa. The facilities also good.. Having nice time to spending time here :)
i stayed so you don't have to”
pro: the most well ventilated capsule hotel i've been. cons: 1. very rundown 2. only public bath for capsule hotel customers - what if girls have period?? 3. security not great. there's a notice saying there's theft happened b4 in the building. so i kept my valuables in the free locker provided. then the staff opened it to put new towels in?! so WHATS THE POINT OF HAVING A LOCKER? i asked that and reply was - then use our coin locker on 2nd floor. what the holy f***. same occurs if you ask where you can keep the stuff b4 checkin. i think i paid more than it worths so NO. 4. no wifi except 2nd floor - capsule in 7th floor 5. common area aka 2nd happens to be a smoking area too so while i was working, i had to breathe in 2nd hand smoke. not for travellers/tourists to experience capsule hotel. it's for drunk japanese who're unable to get home after last train.
When visiting capsule hotel, you have to be aware of what is it that you're paying for. For me, it was the experience itself and not the amenities. Beds aren't really comfortable, and there's not much of facilities in the hotel, but the experience is great and the staff was really helpful. They even let us use the lockers when we already checked out. Note that the google map doesn't show the real location, but the staff in the other hotel was nice and drew us a map to Asakusa Riverside (on map Hotel New Gyominso).
Everything is ok; however, the facilities need renovation and/or upgrades.”
It was difficult to find this hotel. Because it is known by the locals as "Hotel New Gyomin-so" and "Capsule Hotel Asakusa Riverside" is not shown in the front of the hotel.It will be a great hotel after the renovation and upgrades.
Location was very good, plenty of sighseeings are very near, tokyo skytree and some temples. Also the capsule was quite comfortable. There was also small sauna upstairs. The staff was very helpfull and Nice.
It was a nice experience with this hotel. It lacates very close to the Asakusa train station which surrounding by many convenient stores, restuarants and the one of the famous attarction, Sensoji temple and Asakusa shrine. If you looking for the best location plus value of moneythis hotel is your answer.
VERY OLD but SUPER COZY”
I kinda like here been staying here many time but it is getting older. I would say everything is just perfect but the ofuro (bathtub) was not hot enough. Water level should be more than that and it was quite dirty. Not going to recommend any allergies guy to stay here but roughly it was nice and cheap. thanks for reading you guy. go to the top roof and you will see the very beautiful view
Great Value for a few nights”
Great capsule hotel for the cost. Excellent location with friendly/supportive staff. At check in you'll be given a key to the locker near your capsule bed after swapping your shoes in a locker downstairs for the "house slippers." There is a shared break room with vending machines and coin lockers on the second floor. The coin lockers there are various sizes. The large coin locker will fit large "checked" baggage. Make sure you have everything you need from your luggage before depositing your coins (400 yen for 12 hours at the time I stayed there), as opening the locker will require another 400 yen deposit to lock the locker again, even within the 12 hour time frame. Your capsule will be on a different floor where you will have access (with your key) to a locker that will fit two hangers for clothes (provided). You'll also find a towel, pajamas, toothbrush, and disposable razor in this locker. The capsule floors have a shared bathroom area. The 9th floor has a shared bath with showers, a large tub, and sink area for Men and Women. There is also a balcony overlooking the river on the 9th floor.
Close to Asakusa Station and Shrine.”
Very friendly and helpful staff. Family business. Slightly touristy area because of famous shrine but easy to access other areas due to short walking distance of 1 min to Asakusa metro.
good for short stay.”
Great location, close to Kaminarimon and train station. 24 hrs food restaurants around. Public bath without any shower curtain. Good big bath pool.
Excellent location, but you have to accept to live in a cabin and the toilet is public.
Everything good ”
Just the wifi was a problem because there is just in one floor. Not where you stay
Good but not enoght ”
Everything was ok but the wifi it was not available in all the rooms, just in a commin place
Capsule Hotel Asakusa Riverside