Anne Hostel Asakusabashi Reviews
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Most helpful staff members we have come across to date! They will provide local maps and subway maps while making sure you're confident you know where you're going. The rooms were small but had as much space as we really needed for just crashing. Easy walk or train station but in an extremely quiet area so you don't have to worry about being woken up during your stay. Shower rooms sectioned off for guys and gals. Extremely clean! Would absolutely go back!
Anne hostel was a nice place with sweet, helpful staff. I didn't partake of the free breakfast because I was hung over, as it should be.
Excellent location, 5 minutes away from Asakusabashi metro and Asakusa JR station. Nice eating/chilling area, but a little bit crampy. Really clean. You can leave your bag if you arrive earlier than check-in time. My only complain, the sinks are in the corridor right next the rooms, so when you have some girls brushing their teeth pass midnight, who don't care about others and talk like it's in the middle of the afternoon, you are sure to wake up!
I had a great stay at the Anne Hostel! The location was quite nice and quiet, yet had loads of shops and restaurants in walking distance! The rooms were very comfortable and clean. I really loved the japanese feel of the shared communal area, and the breakfast was veryyyy much appreciated! : ) The staff were all super nice and friendly (even faced with my rubbish japanese!) and gave some great recommendations for local restaurants! I'd definitely stay there again. Thankyou so very much!
A lovely hostel, with a simple yet satisfying breakfast of toast and boiled eggs. Not too far from the JR.
Very colse to metro and good value for an expensive city like Tokyo. However, my room (accomodating 10 people) was the smallest i have ever stayed in in over 20 years of travelling. Is space is not an issue for you, then do not hesitate to consider it. The neighborhood is quite nice but not the most fin in the city.
The location is near from JR or toei st. I was in 12 mixed bed room, lack of atmosphere but still comfortable. I love the free breakfast, it can make all guest meagle. But sometimes the toilets in the 3rd floor was smelly. After all it is fine, would love to stay here again.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
I stayed here twice. Once in the mixed dorm and once in the three person traditional room with mats on the floor. While I highly recommend the dorm because it offers all you need for comfort, I don't recommend the other option. Walls are made of paper and it's right next to the kitchen and other rooms so you never have quiet. Sleeping on the floor is not more comfortable than in a bunk bed with your own curtain and light and outlets.
the hostel are close to akihabara only 1 stop from asakusabashi st, staff so good, the other staff not only english speaking,but i think in room sharing every morning the window must be open, the facilities so excellent, i will make sure booking this hostel if available room, when i came to tokyo
Stayed in Tokyo for 1 night lay over. Directions were clear, however finding the right exit from the train in order to follow them were nearly impossible. Could not rave more about the staff. They were Fantastic. The simple breakfast is nice. Wish the lounge would stay open longer. Would go again. About 1.5 hour via train from Narita airport.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
It is a great place to stay, there are definitely many cheaper hostels in Tokyo but it is definitely worth the price staying here. Staffs are very helpful and facilities are ample and well kept, the only thing broken I noticed was the first string of the accoustic guitar in the common area. So to speak, definitely a reccomended place to stay.
Anne's is everything you could want in a hostel. Rooms are clean and comfortable, there are many toilets/showers (so no waiting!) and a decent kitchen. What I loved most about Anne's was the communal atmosphere - meeting other backpackers over breakfast (provided) in the common room was definitely a highlight of the trip. Staff are friendly and helpful and wifi is great! It's a 5 min walk from a JR station which is also a huge plus. Definitely recommend!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Great common room with 2 long tables that made it easy to meet people. Free breakfast in the morning (boiled eggs and toast with condiments) was a luxury that most hostels in Japan don't provide! Good location near JR station. Great little kitchen, unlimited green tea and alcoholic drink vending machine made our stay here very comfortable!
This hostel is super nice, very clean and welcoming. The staff is super nice (they even helped me calling the Japanese desk in the airport for something I'd lost there), and I would totally come back here if I can go back to Tokyo! Thumbs up!
8 person room was smaller than expected, but that a smaller room than the others. Facilities are super clean and modern, and location is good.
If you haveJR Pass, it is the best place to stay.
Nice hostel a short walk from the station. Staff very friendly and helpfull. Delicious free breakfast. All facilities very clean. Would stay here again.
Overall great hostel with friendly staff. Clean, secure, and in a good location. Typical price for a hostel in Tokyo, but definitely worth it.