This was probably one of the cheapest accommodation I could find which was near the Tokyo station. It's good that there are eating spots along the way from the Asakusabashi station to the hostel. Directions given on the hotel booking sites are clear and easy to follow.
It's a rather cramped place, rooms are small, simply furnished and very close to each other so any loud noises could be potential disturbances. Thankfully there are clear signs to keep the noise levels down esp. during sleeping hours and everyone respected that.
The showers were freezing cold in the winter so I had to turn my water up to a steamy temperature to stay alive. Same goes for the rooms - there was some issue with the heating when we were there so the sleeping was not so comfy. I appreciated the general cleanliness though.
It's a good place to meet fellow travellers. I would have liked it to be a bit..bigger.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- WE ARE PROVIDING FREE BREAKFAST IN TOKYO! Located within 5 minutes walk from both JR and Toei Asakusabashi station, we are conveniently located in Asakusabashi, only minutes ride away from Akihabara, Ueno and Asakusa, where is still holding the spirit of old Edo. Anne Hostel is within easy walking distance of restaurants, convenience stores (7/11), money exchange, post office, liquor stores, Karaoke, bars and everything you need during your stay. Grocery store is only 1 min walk! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Anne Hostel Asakusabashi Tokyo, Japan