Richmond Hotel Asakusa - Tokyo35.714273, 139.794253
Richmond Hotel Asakusa is a 3-star venue placed about 2 km from Edo-Tokyo Museum.
The venue is 1.6 km away from Tokyo Skytree. The property lies within 10 km from the city center.
A 10-minute walk will take you to Asakusa subway station. Richmond Hotel Asakusa is about 25 minutes’ drive towards Haneda airport.
Guests can enjoy the elegant rooms which feature climate control, wireless internet, a personal safe, flat-screen TV and ironing facilities. They are fitted with an electric kettle, coffee/tea makers and a fridge as well as en suite bathrooms with a shower, a hairdryer and guest toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Fette panissa with Italian specialties is just around the corner.
Aside from a designated smoking place, a safe deposit box and a vending machine, guests can make use of laundry, dry cleaning and room service.
On-site leisure options feature a swimming pool and a library.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
High-speed internet access is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 140.
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Exercise gym
- Room service
- Car rental
- Dry cleaning
- Shops/Commercial services
- Shoe shine service
- Newspaper service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Babysitting/Child services
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Spa centre
- Steam room
- Air conditioning
- Dressing area
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed
1 Single bed
1 Double bed
- City landmarks
very new and the extras were fantastic i.e. bathroom accessories and complimentary female gift package. it was a different side of tokyo to the lit up shinjuku. we liked it for it's old shitamachi feel. we stayed there because it was close to Asakusa station where the train to Nikko leaves. It was our first stay and didn't want to navigate subways to catch our early morning train. You get a lot more value for the price than in Shinjuku (obviously).
The hotel is perfectly located just 2 minutes from the Sensoji Temple and about 4 minutes from the metro station (Ginza & Asakusa lines) in a lively area but still it is very quiet and confortable. Rooms are spacious, well insulated against the noise and as it is newly opened (since March 2012) everything is really brand new and 'shiny'. I would certainly stay there again when visiting Tokyo next time.
Staff, location, in short everything was perfect
Fabulous location close to subway. Close to local sights and eateries only a few steps from the hotel. Rooms were very clean, staff were very friendly and helpful.
Clean, friendly, next door to the main temple, shops and restaurants.
Not very touristy (had a map of the town but no brochures on things to do)
The location is a very short walk from the Senso-ji temple. The staff is very attentive and the room was a decent size for a Japanese hotel. The breakfast buffet is mostly Japanese with a small selection of Western If you really want a Western breakfast, you will need to look elsewhere.
I would like to see the website provide directions to the hotel from the airports and Ginza and Asakusa subway stations. The site offers directions from a private rail line that most tourists would not use when arriving from the airports.
It opened in March 2012 so everything was brand new, in perfect condition. The hotel is well located (very close to train and subway stations, to sights, ...). The staff is very friendly and very helpful. The wifi worked all over the hotel.
As in all Japanese hotels I stayed in - not all the staff speak English but usually one member per shift does.
Extremely clean,comfortable & quite..although restaurant close early..for late arrivals,but at least,they could asissit any how...the breakfast is well balanced. Though rooms are small but very well organized. I wouldn't mind to stop by next time.
How to be reachable( for first timer)either by taxi..or public transport.
I very much liked staying in Asakusa. It is a quaint neighborhood, sort of a refuge away from the concrete jungle that is Tokyo,which is just a short metro ride away. The hotel itself is new and modern, and my room on the 4th floor was very quiet. My 3-night stay was a very positive experience.
Nothing; everything was very good.
Very clean and in a great location. Staff were very polite and helpful. Everything you needed for a hotel.
Tourist information bureau didn't know it's location.
view to the temple, reasonable price, cleanliness
some unnecessary items in the which made it look smaller, small lobby space
Loved the location in relation to the Asakusa area. Staff very friendly and helpful at all times
Rooms were nice but very small. Staff was very helpful.
Size of rooms. I did not need a big room but the room was so small there was no place to put my one piece of luggage and one carry on bag out of the way.
Good sized room at a decent price. Excellent breakfast available at a reasonable price.
Location. Very close to all shops and to Tokyo Metro.