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Anne Hostel Asakusabashi Reviews

2-21-14, Yanagibashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan

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88%

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1713 Total Reviews
  • 89%Value For Money
  • 88%Security
  • 86%Location
  • 92%Staff
  • 86%Atmosphere
  • 90%Cleanliness
  • 86%Facilities

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94%

Great hostel, very beautiful building, spacious beds. Only trouble is that you have to take a Toei line to get to the station closest to it, so you can't easily use the Tokyo Metro or JR lines.


100%

Amazing hostel. It can be confusing to find as there is another "Youth Hostel" right around the corner. I love the wall of information and all the pamphlets. One small suggestion - put mirrors in the showers so that guys can shave using the hot water.


97%

Had a great stay here, it was a great base for a first visit to tokyo. Great communal area and great free breakfast!! Would definitely recommend and return here.


63%

Very friendly staff and overall quite clean. Dont come here if you're looking for a vibrant atmosphere though.


94%

I liked this place. It was a great price and the people that worked there were friendly and helpful. Also, being at a hostel is nice for to meeting others.


94%

Great Hostel for staying in Tokyo, around the Asakusa area. Staff were really nice and the common area is great for meeting fellow travellers over the free breakfast every morning. Location is a close walk to the subway and JR lines.


100%

Great for what I needed - safe location, not too loud, clean, friendly staff etc.

  • 16th May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


89%

Great place! Helpful staff, not much space in 12 person rooms but still manageable. Really enjoyed our stay in Tokyo!

  • 16th May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (1 review)


89%

The cleanest hostel I've ever been! The rooms l, bathrooms and the location were great! Station is very close to the hostel. I would stay here again when visiting Tokyo!


77%

A really pleasant hostel. Not in the greatest neighbourhood but sets up a space to interact with people, which is lovely.


89%

Nice hostel! Super helpful and friendly owner who likes to spend time with guest in the social room. Free breakfast is a really good thing which other hotels in Tokyo should definitely follow. The only drawback for me was a lack of hot water in washbasins. Showers had hot water, though.


74%

5 min from JR and metro Asakusabashi station, with many restaurants and markets around. The location is not the best, because there's nothing to do in this region, but the rooms are tidy and comfortable - just the japanese room on the 4th floor wasn't nice at all, because you could hear the living room and kitchen noise. The bathrooms are ok and the staff, specially Takuya who helped me out to go to Mt. Fuji, are friendly. Thanks Takuya!


97%

This hostel was a great home base while in Tokyo. Just one stop away from Akihabara and Ryogoku, its settled in a quite neighbourhood. While the dorm's were a bit cramped, the hostel was very clean and facilities were all superb. Staff were also extremely nice and helpful with locating different things to do. Lounge/dining room table at the top was also a nice little space to relax and meet other travellers.


80%

Nice hostel with easy access to both JR and Toei rail lines. It's super easy to find as long as you stick to the directions given. It's clean and the free breakfast is a plus point. One complaint, though, is that the beds were very creaky and the slightest bit of movement would create some noise. The doors to the room, on the other hand, were designed to shut silently, so that's really good when you have many people in the dorm.


100%

I loved my stay at Anne Hostel! I was there for 11 nights straight, then spent my last night in Tokyo there before heading home to Australia. It was first time overseas and the staff were wonderful and very accommodating! The people imet were the most wonderful and lovely people ever, I had no problems making friends.It was in a great location, easy to find from the station and easy to get places from the Asaksabashi station. Fantastic Hostel.

  • 30th Apr 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


91%

I really enjoyed my stay at Anne Hostel. The staff are very friendly, there are plenty of leaflets and trip ideas in reception area if you get stuck on where to go. Rooms are good with curtain screen for privacy. Cleaning facilities and toilets are clean, can get a bit busy round 8am but didn't cause me any problems, only 5 min wait for shower, this place is busy for a reason. Breakfast is included, you can have toast, jams, butter, boiled egg and tea & coffee. Recommended place to stay.


91%

The staff are super friendly and knowledgeable and went out of their way to help us out with stuff. Though they do recommend a lot of cool stuff for you to do in the City they don't organize anything as a Hostel, which is too bad as they could probably lead a cool pub crawl or something. Would definitely stay at again, though! :)


100%

Enjoy the free breakfast. It's a pity that the common room close at midnight.


86%

Had a good experience. The food options around the hostel are really great. It's also very close to the Asakusabashi JR line, which is very convenient. I would stay here again.


94%

excellent price-quality ratio :)


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