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Chisun Inn Asakusa Tokyo3 Stars
1-4-17 Komagata Taito Ku Tokyo 111-0043
Ideally situated in the prime tourist location of Asakusa, the Chisun Inn is just a kilometre from the city centre and 2 kilometres from the train station.
This property boasts modern guestrooms that are equipped with all the essential amenities to ensure you utmost comfort.
The on-site restaurant serves delicious Western, Spanish, Italian and Japanese cuisine for you to feast on. After a tiring day, you can unwind at the cosy bar with a fine drink.
You can visit various city attractions like Asakusa Kaminari-mon, Senso-ji Temple and Tokyo Bigsight.
- 1 km to the City Centre
- 2 km to the Train Station
- Bar / Lounge
- Laundry Facilities
- Photocopying Facilities
- Smoke Free Hotel
- Faxing Facilities
- Laundry Services
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Lift / Elevator
- Parking Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Internet Access
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
Chisun Inn Asakusa Tokyo Guest Reviews (11)
I have stayed in the Asakusa area several times... easy to get to reasonably priced area. This is my second visit to Chisun inn. Rooms are typically small but comfortable. A good value for Tokyo. Good location, easy Metro access to several lines. I would stay again.
Dallas wrote on November 10, 2012
Staffs are nice. Fast check-in and check-out. Room facility good. very clean. very quiet. I would come again. The elevator accidently broke down in the morning I checkedout. I had to walk down with luggage from the nineth floor. This made me missed the scheduled train to the airport. However, after I asked the front desk for help, they apologized and sent a staff up to help me carry the luggage down. I appreciate that staff very much. I left in a hurry, here I mention it and again thank you very much.
Blue Jay wrote on June 2, 2012
Rooms smell like cigarette smoke. It's very close to Kuramae and Asakusa metro stations. Nice hotel for visiting Tokyo if you only expect a place to sleep and take a shower. Rooms are a bit small, there is no place for the luggage, but this is a common thing in Tokyo.
Anonymous wrote on July 30, 2010
We got 5 rooms for a bunch of family, and we all thought the hotel was great. It was a bit outside the city, which was nice after a busy day of getting around. There are 2 train stations close to the hotel, and a really neat shrine and tourist area.
Anthony Vaca wrote on July 20, 2010
My sister and I stayed here for three days for the price of two so for that price I would say it is good value for money. The room is small, and one of us had to put the suitcase on the chair as there was no space on the floor. But it alright for us as we only used it for sleeping. Its proximity to the Asakusa subway makes travelling around very convenient and there was one day when we bought a one day Toei pass for 500 yen and saw most of the sights we wanted. Wish that there was at least one English language tv programme though for the nights we returned early.
KENG HOONG GOH wrote on April 28, 2010
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