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The Tokyo Hotels Asakusa View Hotel is right in the heart of Tokyo and directly connected to Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express Line. Tawaramachi Station is only a seven-minute walk from the hotel. Attractions like Asakusa Shrine and Senso-Ji Temple are less than a five-minute walk away. This air-conditioned hotel boasts 326 smoking and non-smoking rooms and is only 12 miles from Haneda Airport.
There are several types of guestrooms available including single, twin, triple, quad, executive, and premier rooms. Every room comes with complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access, a safety deposit box, slippers, combs, shower caps, and hairdryers. Shampoo, conditioner, and other bath amenities are provided along with nightwear. Most rooms come with robes and coffee. Some also come with premium bath amenities and beds with a Sealy mattress.
The Asakusa View Hotel offers several dining options on-site including the Chinese restaurant, Karakurenai, French restaurant, Makie, all-day buffet, Musashi, Japanese restaurant, Karuta, and bar, Ice House. Makie serves specialty dishes of Western, Chinese, and Japanese favorites cooked in front of guests while Karakurenai offers lobster and other elegant selections. Guests of all tastes can find a dining option that meets their preferences.
There are nearly endless attractions in the area starting with Ginza, which is a world-renowned shopping district only 25 minutes away by train. Akihabara offers many electronic shops only five miles away by train. Guests who want to explore the Imperial Palace in Chiyoda Ward can reach it in 30 minutes by train. Other top attractions include Shinjuku, Roppongi, and Ryogoku.
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