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"My room was perfect for a single traveller, queen bed and space at the foot of the bed to open my very large suitcase."
William - January 5, 2019
450 meters to public transportation
Located in heart of Tokyo
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.8|
|Nearest airport||Haneda Airport (HND)|
|Distance to airport||17.6 km|
Check-in is from 03:00 PM, and check-out is until 10:00 AM. You may request early check-in or late check-out during booking, subject to availability. Guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods may be charged an additional fee. The hotel offers luggage storage to guests for before check-in and after check-out. The front desk is always open, day or night.
For those who wish to drive their own cars, Almont Hotel Asakusa has a car park that's close to the hotel.
Wake up to a great buffet breakfast at Almont Hotel Asakusa. Adults can enjoy breakfast offered with an additional charge of 1650 JPY if not included in the room rate. You may save on breakfast costs with Agoda by booking a room with breakfast, which is often included for less than buying it at the hotel.
Almont Hotel Asakusa features an on-site restaurant for your dining convenience.
Almont Hotel Asakusa does not permit smoking in any of its rooms or indoor areas.
"This hotel near to both Subway station, you can stop which station you like."
January 24, 2020
"The room is very clean and comfort to stay, near Asakusa shrine and metro."
January 22, 2019
"Clean, staff friendly, near Subway station, Asakusa and Kuramae."
January 22, 2020
Conveniently located in Tokyo, Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
Take advantage of a wealth of unrivaled services and amenities at this Tokyo hotel. While lodging at this wonderful property, guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas.
Step into one of 186 inviting rooms and escape the stresses of the day with a wide range of amenities such as television LCD/plasma screen, air purifier, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, air conditioning which can be found in some rooms. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. With an ideal location and facilities to match, Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa hits the spot in many ways.
"The breakfast buffet is exceptional for the variety as well ..."
January 5, 2019
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Children 0-10 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Extra beds may be requested directly from the property; additional charges may apply
Guests 11 years and older are considered as adults
Extra beds may be requested directly from the property; additional charges may apply
Extra beds, if available, are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.
Almont Hotel Asakusa
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I had already read the many reviews saying how wonderful this hotel is, the only quibble for some people being the size of the rooms. My room was perfect for a single traveller, queen bed and space at the foot of the bed to open my very large suitcase. I have had smaller rooms in France, let alone in Japan. The breakfast buffet is exceptional for the variety as well as the quality. Cleanliness of the hotel and friendliness of the staff are what you expect in Japan. Ease of access by direct train from Narita and lift/elevator to street level are particularly appreciated. Then both Asakusa and Kuramae subway stations are less than five minutes walk from the hotel, allowing easy transport to anywhere in Tokyo. Highly recommended hotel, have nothing negative to say about it after a two week stay.
Perfect for my needs”
The location of the hotel is very convenient, just between the Asakusa and Kuramae stations, you can reach 3 different metro lines within 5 minutes on foot (Ginza Line, Asakusa Line, Oedo Line). There's also direct access from Haneda Airport, with elevators from track to the surface. The room was quite small, which is a standard in Tokyo, but not too cramped and big enough for my needs, so I could fit all of my items easily. I had a large window, but the courtains are efficient and there was no disturbing light in the morning. It was also VERY quiet. There is a good supply of plugs and courtesy usb charger is available. Both the room and the bathroom were spotless clean. The bathroom is tiny, but well equipped with washlet and all amenities and the shower was very good. The breakfast is also they offer is really good. Ample choice of foods (both Japanese dishes and western ones). Everything was freshly prepared and really good. I really recommend the place!!
Incredible service and care for detail”
To start off, the staff at Club Hokke Asakusa are among the most professional and attentive hotel staff I have ever seen. They greet you at every occasion, and provide wonderful services. The hotel itself is well furnished, clean, and hosts great attention to every detail. At entry the entire lobby has a nice relaxing fragrance that I found to be a signature of the stay. If you stay for more than one night, even if you choose not to have the room cleaned, you will find a new set of towels, toiletries, and pajamas left at the room door. The single room is tight and does not give space to open larger luggages except on the bed. The table is very narrow either and not great for working. Recommended for light travellers. The location is relatively convenient and only a 3 min walk from Kuramae station. However, it is about 7 mins to the two Asakusa stations (Ginza line and Toei Asakusa line). These two stations are rather perplexing to navigate. The hotel is close to the Sumida river buy set back from the Sensoji area and all the restaurants and shops. This will be a plus for people who prefers a quieter environment, but not the best for those who want to be at the middle of happening.
Great location in Asakusa. Close to the Asakusa subway line which makes it easy to move around the city using the subway. Also very easy access by bus to Tokyo station. 5 minutes walk to the Senso-ji Buddhist temple. Lots of restaurants, convenience stores near by. Really good breakfast, friendly and helpful staff. A great place to stay at, all around. The only couple of things I would have liked would be : 1- One more shelf and a few more wall's hooks in the bedroom's foyer. The single room is ( are ) small, which is normal in Japan. It is comfortable, clean, and well appointed. But they could add a little extra storage for those who stay more than a couple of nights. There is space for it in the foyer. Only one foreign TV channel : CNN international . Washers and dryers on the premises, although only 2 of each for the whole hotel, and they really need to add a couple more on another floor. There is a "line" for using them those 2. An onsen on the premises would be great.
Good room and breakfast”
Considering the room price, the quality of the room is amazing, with clean bathroom and comfortable and large bed. The breakfast is one of the best hotel breakfasts I have had; the food choices and the tastes are good. It is very convenient - a direct train to Narita Airport, and Asakusa station of many metro lines are within walking distance, so I can go to many tourist spots in one train ride (eg Ueno, Tokyo station, Ginza, Shibuya, etc.) There are a lot of restaurants, convenience stores for you to choose from nearby. I highly recommend this hotel to all solo travellers!
Great location for first time travellers to Tokyo, great service, very friendly staff”
It was our first time in Tokyo and this hotels location was fantastic. A short walk from the senso-Ji temple, the market, the Sumida river tours, among others! Very friendly staff will help you with whatever you need, and they have many pamphlets on various day trips if you need help navigating through all your possible activity options in Asakusa and neighbouring areas. Very clean room, and if you have the option to get the breakfast included I recommend it! It's very delicious with many options and worth it. If I ever go back to asakusa I will definitely revisit this hotel.
The rooms are as small as they're said to be (by other reviewers). However, it felt more cozy than cramped for the two of us, me being an Asian woman at 5'3'' and my Italian partner at 5'7''. If you're a larger American (as the two of us are on the "small" side of the American scale), it would probably be cramped. The bed is about the size of a full, if not slightly smaller. Hospitality by the staff was great and we had no complaints during our 5 night stay at this hotel. The price is pretty good for what the room offered. While the hotel is close to the Kuramae and Toei Asakusa stations, they are slightly more inconvenient if you're planning to use the Tokyo Metro Passes. The passes still work for these stations, which is a plus, but it's a bit more work to transfer to the main Tokyo Metro Lines that will take you to the main destinations, such as Ikebukuro, Ueno, Tokyo Station, Shibuya, etc. The main Tokyo Metro Asakusa station is about a 10-13 minute walk from the hotel.
Great location, value for money”
The hotel is easily accessible to various subway exits (e.g.,Asakusa station, Kuramae station), there are plenty of restaurants nearby, and it is walking distance to Sensoji temple and one station away from Tokyo Skytree. The staff are friendly and helpful. Don't miss the hotel breakfast - they have quite tasty and varied buffet selection for a reasonable price! The rooms are tidy and has everything you need. The only con is that the small double room is indeed very small so it's quite a challenge to fit two big luggages!
Location is an 8 minute walk from Tobu/JR Asakusa station, a leisurely half hour walk to Ueno Park, and (if you care) on the same block as a BANDAI (gaming company) building, which had an awesome row of life-sized video game characters to take pics by. But that's besides the point. Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa was a great one-night stay, booked about 5 days in advance. By American standards, our double bed hotel room was "small" but it had every affinity smartly tucked within *and* its own private bath, a feature we did not encounter at any of our other hotel stays during an entire two week trip across Japan. Staff was extremely helpful, spoke English (and I imagine several other languages). We arrived a few hours before check-in time, but they held our luggage, and when we returned our luggage had already been moved to our room. We also opted to pay for the breakfast, which was a bit pricey (1300円) yet sumptuous, bordering decadent in both Japanese & Western style offerings.
I really recommend this hotel for solo travelers. The hotel feels modern and is clean. The staff were nice. The breakfast buffet, as all the other reviewers said, was exceptional! The room is small as expected, but comfortable enough for a single person with one big luggage, a duffel bag, and backpack. The bathroom has a bathtub where you can soak after a long day of walking around the city. The room also comes with an air purifier, which I wish I could bring home with me. They also provide a linen spray to help eliminate the food smells that may stick to your clothes. The hotel is located near the Asakusa Station and the Kuramae Station. There is also a Family Mart and 7-Eleven nearby. Across the street from the hotel is a coffee shop which opens until late, and they have really good cakes and pudding. You can walk to the Sensoji temple and Nakamise Shopping Street, where there are lots of places to eat. I just wish their TV had English channels.
Cozy room, clean hotel close to Sensoji Temple”
The hotel is located really close to the Sensoji Temple which is one of the biggest attractions of Tokyo. It is really close to the Asakusa station and hence easily connected to all major metro lines of Tokyo. The hotel was really clean, small rooms but that’s the norm in Tokyo, staff are really polite and really keep the hotel in shipshape. Will definitely stay here when I visit again
Stayed here twice in 2018 & 2019”
This hotel has since changed its name this year, 2020. Used to be called Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa, its still under the same management but new branding. Love this place: courteous staff, very clean, value for money. Also 3 mins walk to Toei Subway Line heading to Haneda or Narita airports with no transfers needed. In a mega city like Tokyo with a huge crowds, not transferring trains to & from airports is a big plus sign. I had to cancel my 2020 booking due to the pandemic but hope to return to Tokyo in 1 or 2 years time staying at this place.
The location was very convenient as it was only a few minutes walk from Asakusa subway station. Many restaurants are within the area. Sensoji shrine was just about 10-15 minutes on foot. Staffs were very attentive and helpful. I really like breakfasts here because there were quite a lot of selections of Japanese dishes on offer, as well as western dishes. As other Tokyo/Japanese hotels, the room size was quite small. The only downside was air-condition which was central-controlled. Even though there was a controller inside the room, adjusting the settings didn’t help much. Overall, I really enjoyed my stay here.
I stayed for 6 nights in a room looking at the Tokyo Tower and was very satisfied to have stayed here. The breakfast is reasonably priced for the quality which is excellent. The staff is very friendly and despite the size of the hotel and the limited space of the rooms a personal touch is always felt (e.g. little origami swan with a message from house keeping). You can quickly get to interesting places by walking or accessing the whole town via the Asakusa line. Can recommend to stay here (be it business or holiday).
New and nice but small room and bed.”
The hotel looks new and just renovated. Everything looks nice and new. The only down part of the hotel is it's very small compare to all 4 hotels we stay in Japan. We hardly even find a space to open our luggage. We're quite surprised when we enter our hotel as we are just given a super single size bed for 2 person. At first we doubt about that and almost going down to complain if we are given the wrong room until we saw 2 robes on the bed. The location of the hotel is good too as it's located in between Kuramae station and Asakusa station. Need a little bit walk to Asakusa Sensoji Temple but it's still okay for us. The staff is good too and we able to keep our luggage there after checking out.
A hidden gem!”
I am glad I found this hotel and have stayed here. It has a perfect location where it is close to two big metro stations (2 min walk to Asakusa or Kuramae station), 5-7 min walk to Senso-ji and only 2 min to Sumida River. There are a few Family mart and 7-11 convenient stores nearby for night snacks! Staff is nice, polite and well-mannered. Our room is the twin room for 3 and 30 square metre is definitely sufficient for 3 adults. I will recommend this hotel to anyone considering having a stay in Tokyo!
The staff was very nice, courteous, and helpful”
The hotel is clean, nice decoration, and within 5 to 10 minutes walk fo 2 train stations. For Asakusa train station take exit A2b (access to elevator) to avoid walk up many staircases via exit A1 if you have luggage. The staff speak limited English but make up for their good service. The room is small, standard in Tokyo. Definitely book again when visit Tokyo again.
excellent for cleanliness, accomodating staff, delicious breakfast and value for money”
I will recommend this hotel when you are staying and touring around tokyo. it is near the asakusa station and also the convenience store is near. the staff are very accomodating and the breakfast is really awsome. and when I came back again in tokyo, I will choose again hotel hokke club.
Great for Solo, Too Small for a Couple”
I thought it was an excellent value. Really clean, new amenities. I wouldn't want to share this with another person, though, b/c there wouldn't be enough space for two suitcases. Nevertheless, it was much cleaner and newer than a business hotel I stayed at in Shinjuku. Great location, close to train station and sights. Asakusa in general is quieter than other parts of Tokyo.
Clean, new, convenient, value for money”
The hotel is new so the rooms are clean and comfortable, and WIFI is fast. Staff are helpful, polite and can communicate in English easily. The hotel is close to Toei Asakusa station exit A1 with 5 min walk. If you carry heavy luggage, you may exit at A2b by escalator and close the road. Metro is connected to the Toei Asakusa line but have to walk a bit farther. From the airport, you may take Access Express (1290yen) or Keisei line (1100yen) and exit at Toei Asakusa station. It takes around one hour.