Via Inn Asakusa

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About Via Inn Asakusa, Taito

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On your visit to Taito, consider visiting Via Inn Asakusa. Via Inn Asakusa is not the prime point of interest of Taito. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.

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  • The front staff are really not helpful at all! Was already after 10PM, the credit card didn't worked on their machine so we asked to do that through Internet, since he didn't accept US$, only JPY and the front staff just said NO because we were already there! (Internet reservation prices and paying at the hotel are different). So he didn't allowed us to stay there and we had to find somewhere else to stay that night, even with that late time and risking to have to sleep in the streets because of the non-flexibility at all of that guy. Lucky us, we found a better, cheaper hotel with super friendly staff very close to this one!

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  • It was clean, quiet, convenient. You don't have to bring any extra clothes to wear when you are in the hotel. They provide fresh towels and yukata daily. They have handy washer/dryer as well so you don't have to go overweight with your luggage. I got a room with super pretty view of Tokyo Skytree. Right behind the hotel is the Sensoji Temple. Barely 5 mins walk from its backyard. A plus, if you love cats. There's a fat and fluffy cat that stays in the backyards and is fed by the friendly Japanese restaurant owner next to the hotel. Brilliant stay.

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  • Great hotel. Small rooms

  • Clean and simple accommodation. Very close to Senso-ji and short walk from the subway.

  • For a hotel catering to tourists, some of the staff had a lower level of English than I would expect, particularly for someone on reception. Nevertheless, the stay here was not uncomfortable. The room was a reasonable size and it had a great view of the Sensoji shrine. I liked the breakfast, which was more western style with a Japanese element to it. It doesn't serve dinner so you have to venture out in the evenings but that's not a bad thing as there's plenty to eat nearby. The only downside is that it's not terribly convenient for the metro.

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