Soho Asakusa Hotel, Taitō
Soho Asakusa Hotel, Taitō
Soho Asakusa Hotel, Taitō
Soho Asakusa Hotel, Taitō
Soho Asakusa Hotel, Taitō
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Soho Asakusa Hotel

Taitō

Review

Tiket
3.9
Bagus
Dari 3 review
Tripadvisor
Dari 33 review
Review yang paling membantu
LL
15 Nov 2019 - Keluarga
4.0/5
Kondisi sesuai dengan harga, kebersihan tetap
Rusyana Sarjo Wiharma
25 Apr 2019 - Keluarga
4.4/5
Paling menyenangkan fasilitas di kamar lengkap..ada kulkas microwive..kamar mandi di dalam kamar sesuai yang kami cari..pelayanan juga cukup memuaskan hanya check in saja yg harus menunggu sampai jam 3..tapi bisa titip bagasi sebelum check in dan sesudah check out..kekurangan lokasi agak jauh dari stasiun metro jalan kaki sekitar 20 menit..kami menyiasatinya dengan naik bis cukup jalan kaki 5 menit sampe halte bis..
bachtiar yusuf
06 Mar 2019 - Keluarga
3.4/5
Pelayanan oke,air bersih,kamar bersih
Lokasi
4-28-11 Senzoku,Taito-ku
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Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
3 PM
Waktu check-out:
noon
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Di mana alamat Soho Asakusa Hotel?
Soho Asakusa Hotel beralamat di 4-28-11 Senzoku,Taito-ku
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Soho Asakusa Hotel?
Waktu untuk check-in di Soho Asakusa Hotel adalah mulai dari pukul 3 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul noon
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Soho Asakusa Hotel?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Lift

Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Lift
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Dart
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Fasilitas Umum
Ruang merokok khusus
Lift
Properti bebas-rokok
Mesin penjual otomatis
Laundromat
 

Review

3.9
Bagus
Dari 3 review
Kebersihan
4.0
Fasilitas
3.7
Lokasi
3.7
Pelayanan
4.0
Kepantasan harga
4.3
Keluarga
3
Liburan
3
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LL
15 Nov 2019 - Keluarga
4.0/5
Kondisi sesuai dengan harga, kebersihan tetap
Rusyana Sarjo Wiharma
25 Apr 2019 - Keluarga
4.4/5
Paling menyenangkan fasilitas di kamar lengkap..ada kulkas microwive..kamar mandi di dalam kamar sesuai yang kami cari..pelayanan juga cukup memuaskan hanya check in saja yg harus menunggu sampai jam 3..tapi bisa titip bagasi sebelum check in dan sesudah check out..kekurangan lokasi agak jauh dari stasiun metro jalan kaki sekitar 20 menit..kami menyiasatinya dengan naik bis cukup jalan kaki 5 menit sampe halte bis..
bachtiar yusuf
06 Mar 2019 - Keluarga
3.4/5
Pelayanan oke,air bersih,kamar bersih
3.0
Dari 33 review
Kebersihan
3.5
Kamar
3.0
Lokasi
2.5
Layanan
3.0
Nilai
3.5
Pasangan
6
Keluarga
5
Wisata sendiri
8
Berlibur dengan teman
11
Bisnis
4
Novri_Fisya
18 Jun 2015 - Berlibur dengan teman
bulan maret lalu saya memilih hotel ini karena hotel lain disekitar asakusa sudah penuh. lokasi hotelnya lumayan jauh dari metro station. dibutuhkan waktu sekitar 15-20 menit berjalan kaki dari station metro terdekat (iriya station).
norscio
14 Des 2018 - Wisata sendiri
The hotel is located in a largely residential neighborhood in Asakusa. Like most of Tokyo, the area is safe and clean. If you know EXACTLY where you're going, the location is not all that bad. It's about a 15-minute walk to Sensoji Temple, lots of stores and the Metro but you need a treasure map to find it. I walked there many times during my stay and even using a smartphone GPS app, it's difficult to find without making at least one or two wrong turns. There were two chain convenience stores within a few blocks. Most everything else was a decent walk. The lobby is up one level and the desk is not staffed 24 hours though I believe staff can be reached at any time. They were friendly and spoke some English. There is an elevator. Room had a bed, desk, window with somewhat of a view, old fridge, old microwave (that was malfunctioning) and a TV with few channels, all Japanese. Bed was fairly comfy though bedding was only an undersized comforter. A/C worked OK. WiFi was OK. Furnishings were old but room was fairly clean. Bathroom had a small but deep shower/tub. Could have been a little cleaner. Toiletries included a toothbrush and razor. Lights worked. You had to lock the door with a key when you left which was not convenient or very safe as I suspect many people think hotel doors lock behind them, even if they aren't deadbolted. For a city short on space and where many businessmen sleep in capsules, this definitely was a good deal. I would always sacrifice location for space.
fmcsilbor
07 Agt 2018 - Bisnis
I wouldn't call this a hotel in the strictest sense of the word. More like an apartment or a mid-range condominium. The location is far from Minowa station and it took us a kilometer of walking just to reach the place. And that is just what we did everytime we took to the streets of Tokyo. Although at the tail end of our trip we discovered that it was more convenient but expensive to get off at Asakusa Station and take a taxi to the hotel. The lobby is at the second floor and can be accessed through the stairs so you need to lug your luggage up. The elevator starts at the second floor. The staff can speak English fairly well and very accommodating. The downside is the front desk is closed from 11:00pm to 8:30am. It would be a pity if you would want something from them at that time. The hotel has no restaurant but has a vending machine in the lobby that sells various drinks. A do-it-yourself laundry room is located at the back. A Lawson convenience store is just around the corner. The hotel is far from the busy section of Tokyo and quiet at all times. The room is small compared to normal hotel standards. It has a double bed which is small for two people. A dresser, a small table for a flat TV, a microwave, small refrigerator, hair dryer, kettle, two glasses and a chair are also in the hotel. A wardrobe is placed beside the toilet but can used only by one person. You put your luggage in one corner of the room where you take your clothes directly from it. As we were three in the room, we used the comforters of the two other rooms where our companions were staying as an extra bed. The microwave does not work. The aircon remote is in Japanese, you have to guess the right button, thus controlling the temperature is impossible. The TV was all Japanese shows making the devise useless for us. Our room was on the fourth floor, with balcony and had a fairly good view of the area. The small bathroom has cold and hot water with the usual complimentary toiletries. The bathtub takes up most of the space in the bathroom so you have to take a shower in it. After flushing the toilet, you can hear the refilling of the tank and can be disturbing if used at night. Cleaning of the room and changing of the sheets is done only if requested. The entire room was clean and the toilet does not smell even after use. Wifi is fast and can connect fairly quick. Overall, it was a pleasant stay, although I would not personally want to recommend to others.
Koobum
10 Mei 2017 - Pasangan
We got this room via hotwire. As we were on a rather tight budget, we opted for a 3* hotel. I had a good experience with hotwire previously and was rather 'disappointed' with this 'hotel'. To be fair, it was not terrible. The room was large (by Japanese standards) and had a polite receptionist (late check in). But, it is in a very quiet housing area, a long walk to the metro, hard to locate, very basic amenities,, no breakfast/cafe etc.. Like a bland dish, it is tasteless and lacking. Just some place to rest for a night.
hananoyume
09 Apr 2016 - Pasangan
This is absolutely not a hotel ! First of all, the name says this "hotel" is in Asakusa. That's totally wrong ! It's located in Senzoku and very far away from any subway station, 20 minutes from Iriya (Hibiya line). To go there with all our luggages was awful. Hopefuly we had wifi with us because I really thought my boyfriend was mistaken as we took very small streets. When you arrive at the Soho, you see the reception is on the 2nd floor... without elevator ! Good luck. And nobody is at the reception, no staff visible. In fact they're all in a room behind the reception and you have to bell if you want to see someone. We wanted to let our luggages at the reception, used then as locket. They don't give you a ticket to get your luggages back unlike normal hotels. You really have to trust them. You can keep the key with you when you go outside to visit Tokyo. At the beginning we didn't understand why they decided to do this way. But it was very logical as the reception is open from 8:00am to 11:00pm (cross the fingers if you need help between 11:00pm and 8:00am !). And you are very lucky if you see someone at the frontdesk when the reception is still open. Everybody seems to prefer staying in the other room behind their screens. The staff is not very professionnal but tries to give the impression he is, with his now famous "hello sir, madam". No breakfast, so they found a solution : putting in every room a noisy fridge that you'll probably want to throw out from the room, directly in the street. We had to disconnect it as we couldn't sleep. The room has a correct size but is very badly disposed. The bathroom is small and badly disposed as well. The furniture is very tired. All is absolutely not functional and very dusty. There is mold in the bathroom. Talking about sleeping... our night were awful. The bed was way to small for two, and so was the blanket of course. The one next to the ground has to pray not to fall down during the night. There was a laundry in the hotel : we had to go out, go around the building, and the laundry was there. No clear explanation there so it's not really easy to use it. The first day we discovered that the Soho was really not far from "hot district", with clubs. The second day, 11:00pm, our bed cracked. Quickly and praying, we went to the reception where, luckily, there was still someone. We explained the situation. "We send you the staff." What a staff ! Three men with one hammer, two electric screwdrivers and some wood boards. 11:15pm, the screwdrivers worked in the room and they were fixing the bed. After that, we were always afraid that the bed cracked once again, especially where the bed was moving a lot when we were in. So as a resume : no services, the room is not comfortable and not functional at all, no presence of the staff unlike the other hotels. The name Soho Asakusa Hotel isn't reflecting the type housing and the district it is located. Reserving in this hotel was an awful mistake that cost us our trip in Tokyo : as we were not rested at all it was very difficult to visit the city. And I forgot to tell : the air conditioning didn't work as well : when we wanted 30°C, it was cold getting out of there.
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