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Well set in the Sumida Ward district of Tokyo, Playsis East Tokyo is located 70 metres from Sumida Riverside Hall, 100 metres from Chiisanagarasunohonno Museum and 600 metres from Ushijima Shrine. I was staying with my families at the suites room.
ONE@Tokyo offers an entirely non-smoking accommodation in Tokyo, set a 3-minute stroll from Oshiage Subway Station. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar or coffee house. We loved the location, it is very close from Oshiage station (5 min walk from the hotel).
Located in Tokyo, within 500 metres of Kamejimashogakko Memorial Park and 600 metres of Tokyo Skytree, ESTABLISHMENT Asakusa - Vacation STAY 82299 provides free WiFi throughout the property.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, ESTABLISHMENT Asakusa - Vacation STAY 82297 is situated in Tokyo, 500 metres from Kamejimashogakko Memorial Park and 600 metres from Tokyo Skytree.
Located in Tokyo, within 500 metres of Kamejimashogakko Memorial Park and 600 metres of Tokyo Skytree, ESTABLISHMENT Asakusa - Vacation STAY 82305 provides accommodation with free WiFi throughout the...
Offering free WiFi throughout the property, ESTABLISHMENT Asakusa - Vacation STAY 82300 is set in Tokyo, 500 metres from Kamejimashogakko Memorial Park and 600 metres from Tokyo Skytree.
400 metres from Tobacco & Salt Museum, Angel hotel is situated in Tokyo and offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi.
Situated in Tokyo, within 500 metres of Kamejimashogakko Memorial Park and 700 metres of Kameido Tenjin Shrine, HOTEL Ciel Hills features free WiFi.
So amazing, the staff, the deck the view so amazing,i love it !!!i really appreciate the staff they help me coz i dont have my voucher,they are really amazing team of skytree!! I give 10👍🏻 And 10smiley😀
Plan more time for this attraction - there is an exhibition area on the 5th floor with hi-tech and local exhibits and shops, there is also a nice food hall. Luckily I had time to mooch around and enjoy a lot of the parts of this building, not only the obligatory visit to the highest viewing point in Tokyo. As magnificent as this is (and there is a fine dining Japanese restaurant there that might be worth while your evening), I equally enjoyed exploring the other parts of the building, especially the DoCoMo show and the Sumida City special traditional crafts court.
- Fast lane tickets for tourist available but pricier. - Come around an hour or two before sunset to also experience sunset and night time. - there are free overlooking in tokyo such as Shinjuku Government building and roppongi hills but the view from here is very high and more coverage of course of tokyo. - check out the cafe sometimes they have events such as Attak on Titans last spring. - check out the shops and gift shops on skytree - doraemon experience is near this place and a Ghibli store as well as a Rilakkuma store
Skip this! Expensive, long lines up and down. Most of the views are disrupted by gift shops, cafes, giant stickers on the windows, photo booths to pay for and sections sanctioned off to take a picture with a mini Skytree or professional photography areas there was a very loud Children’s show that took place along a huge section of floor 350. I came with 3 small kids. Not what we wanted to see. There are interactive maps to touch and identify buildings if they weren’t disturbing the very crowde building. Very poorly built for a terrible view for the most part. I wish I had skipped this!!
The Tokyo SkyTree is worth staying in Tokyo no matter how little or much time you have. It is approximately 1.7 miles away from the 1980 Yen Hotel in Shitaya, Taito-ku. You can get there by going through Taito and getting to the Taito Riverside Sports Complex, behind there is the Sakuri-Bashi Bridge that takes you to Sumida and the Tokyo SkyTree areas. Inside of the Tokyo Skytree on the lower levels (Levels 5-8) there are plenty of shopping areas including a Pokemon Center and a Hello Kitty Shop (Both Amazing Beyond Words), and there are several small food venues. Inside you can also buy a ticket to go to the Observatory Deck on the 31st Floor to look at the amazing city, and also there is a restaurant in the floor as well. Well worth it even if you just want to walk around the mammoth area which is beautiful! I went 2 times in 2017, once alone and once with a really good friend of mine. I missed a chance to go in 2013 as it was under construction then but saw it finish up and this site is one of the best buildings in the world!
One of the best sight-seeing experiences in my life. The views are simply incredible. Tip: go up 1-2 hours before sunset to see the city both during the day and at night. Visit to the top floor is paid for separately but it's definitely worth the extra money.
Room was spacious and the daily cleaning service was great. They replenished my bottled water everyday. I had everything I need readily provided such as electric kettle, room slippers, cotton ear buds, laundry service etc. Location was easily accessible via airport shuttle bus and Kinshicho station. Many convenience shops and eating places nearby the hotel. Plus, Tokyo Skytree is just one train station away. The staff were very polite and helpful. The buffet breakfast had a good spread of food (I liked their pho noodles soup and curry).
We had an excellent stay at this apartment. The property is a 6 min walk from Tokyo Skytree. Oshiage station was also 1 stop away from Asakusa temple. The direct train from Haneda Airport was also very helpful. Room came with free WiFi, Netflix, Nespresso machine, washing & drying machine and a private balcony. Amazing value for a property of this quality and would certainly stay again!
Location was amazing. It was a short walk away from Don Quijote and Senso-ji Temple and you could see Tokyo Skytree while walking along the streets! Although travelling by the Tokyo Metro may be a hassle as you may need to walk quite a distance if you take the Ginza Line and alight at Tawaramachi Station. But overall, the location and bedding was amazing and cosy! Highly recommended!
Absolutely beautiful hotel! Traditional Japanese style hotel with a modern twist. The on-site hot spring was one of the nicest I've visited in Japan. If you ask for a room on a higher floor and on a certain side, you can have an amazing view of Tokyo Skytree and Sensoji Temple!
Nice location, not too busy but still lively. Surrounded by small restaurants and convenience stores - the hotel is also close to the Asakusa underground/subway line. We were able to get a great view of the Tokyo Skytree which is beautiful when lit up at night!
Excellent location, friendly staff, great view from the balcony (you can see Tokyo Skytree from there) and modern feel to the apartment. I've been at Hotel Sails before and the fact that I've decided to come back should tell you what I think.
The hotel was in front of Tokyo Skytree, an area full of restaurants. There is a 7 11 nearby. The mall and a big supermarket are also nearby. The metro station is just 5 minutes walking. The room has all the amenities.
Tokyo Skytree is by far the best photo spot for cityscape