Capsule Hotel Asakusa River Side Reviews
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Safe, inexpensive place to stay. Bed was clean but the public bath was kind of grimy.
i was very surprised how nice it is to stay at a capsule hotel, its very cozy, very quiet, and the spa at the top floor is amazing. the location is great, just right next to the subway. i would definitely stay there again. was a different experience.
4th floor where everyone sleeps, cockroach was seen roaming outside the doors. The level 2 facilities was not well maintain. However the stuff was very polite and the place is very easily accessible. The 9th floor bath facilities is great!
- Novice Nomad
- All Male Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
It's really hard ro find te place, because there's no sign of 'capsule hotel' at the entrance. The place is next to the Burger King, inside a hotel with a green sign.
To be honest, the hostel deserves a better rate. It is a hotel mixed hostel. Some (elder) people do not speak English (come on, they are Japanese). No smoky smell in the room, the cabin is big enough, the public bath for me a Taiwanese very good. Weakness: there is no power supply in the capsule. Anyway, you pay what you get.
great experience to stay in a capsule - an experience that only japan can offer
First time staying in a capsule hotel and it was better than I expected. My capsule fit me perfectly and had plenty of head space, which is good for taller people. The rooms were surprisingly clean. There are two subway stations located under a minute away. Only minor complaints were that Wifi was only available in the second floor lounge and the shower was public. Other than that, I would be glad to stay here again.
The capsules were cool but you couldn't charge your phone and there wasn't any wifi in the rooms. You had to go to the 2nd floor to get wifi which was very inconvenient! also theres carpet everywhere and it hasn't been cleaned in ages and smells bad (pee and cigarettes). The communal shower is also on the 9th floor which is inconvenient. I enjoyed my experience of sleeping in the capsule, it was very comfortable but the other stuff put a damper on my experience.
Dirty, dusty and overall nasty. Would not stay again.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
The system was a little confusing at first but we got the hang of it. The biggest drawback was not having Wi-Fi in the bunks. The bunks were cozy, clean, and fun. Would stay again!
First the bad. Constant smell of smoke in the corridors, and smokers lighting up where ever they want. (This seems to be Tokyo in general) You have to check out between 10-3 for cleaning everyday. And the showers are communal and closed half of the day after 9am. More like a hotel than a hostel. Location was excellent! Price was very good for Tokyo. Staff were friendly enough just didn't speak much English. The communal bath on the top floor had a great view! Overall a good budget choice!