Since I live near Tokyo, I am constantly searching for a hotel that is reasonably priced that doesn't have beds that feel like I may as well sleep on the floor. I almost achieved it with this hotel.
Asakusa is far out of the way to Shinjuku and Shibuya but Asakusa offers a ton of touristy things to do and it is an easy walk to Tawaramachi subway station and about a 15 minute walk to Sensoji which is a main tourist attraction in the area.
The room, of course, was tiny. This is just life in Tokyo, though. TV was wall mounted so you still had some desk space which was nice. My room was on the 8th floor, and had a little view of Tokyo Sky Tree which was an added bonus. It wasn't a clear, full on view, but still.
The bed was firm. It didn't quite match what I wanted. The comforter and pillow were acceptable, though which put it a step above most crappy beds in Tokyo.
As for price, i got a great deal though one of the major hotel booking sites. The place is good, but don't bother spending over 8000 yen for a double room or anything.
When I went to check in, the staff told me to wait on an English-speaking staff member. I told them it wasn't necessary and they continued to check me in. So, it does seem that they have English speaking staff but if it was a busy day, you might have to wait a while to check in.
They rent a variety of things like hair straight irons and ipads. I didn't check the price and was a bit surprised to find it not written ANYWHERE in the hotel itself. That information is on their website but no where to be found in the rooms or lobby.
The design is very modern and trendy which sometimes makes a big difference in how you feel about the place.