O hotel fica bem localizado, a aproximadamente 08 minutos da Ueno Station e há inúmeros restaurantes tipicamente japoneses nesta região, a maioria com preços bem razoáveis, além de um grande centro comercial. O quarto é muito pequeno, quase não há espaço para as malas. O check in começa muito tarde, feito somente a partir das 15 horas.
Very close to the JR station, convenience store very convenient indeed. Not much space to hang clothes, but that was the case in every hotel I stayed at in Japan.
Very convenient in terms of location, 24-hour store, free laundry facilities, free (wired) internet connection, very helpful staff, and has everything you need.
Very modern facilities and pleasant staff
Very friendly and helpful staff, super comfortable room (although small, but this is normal for Tokyo) free laundry, and easy access to the convenience store. Asakusa-bashi is quite far away from a lot of the main areas of interest of Tokyo (Shibuya, Omotesando, Shinjuku) therefore you spend a lot on subway tickets. Also, the restaurants in the areas cater more to the Japanese and many don't have English menus, so there are limited options if you can't read Japanese.
Proximity to railway station and very clean and modern hotel.
Location, room, easy check in-out no english on air-con control board
The Location The Enterance
You cannot beat the location. The hotel is a few minutes' walk from the Ueno JR rail station and the Keisei station for the train to/from Narita airport. A subway stop is in the same building as the hotel. You can get to/from the hotel and these stations on foot either on pedestrian overpasses or underground. If you use the overpasses, there are elevators in case you are lugging suitcases around. The rooms are very small but impeccably clean and well equipped, and the beds are comfortable. Once windows and blinds are closed, you don't hear traffic. There is an Italian restaurant in the building that makes rather good food. They also make (mostly Japanese) breakfast, and there is a western-style coffee place right next to the hotel entrance.
All the hotel staff are great, they are very helpful!
The location is very good, is near the subway station, is close to the city centre by subway. The rooms are very small and the staff can not speak English very well. They can not understand you.
Close to the stations, Skyliner to Ueno is very fast(45min), alots of shops close by for you warming up and last moment shopping before you leave the city. Staffs was helpful to me for whatever I ask. They have scale to weigh your luggage if you need, laptop to rent, laundry room on the second floor for few hundred yens. I also let few things delivered to the hotel, all on date and in perfect state. Not all staffs speak English, but they do have a few who do, so find the right one.
The bathroom was not clean (e.g. floor).
Good hotel but poor restaurant and in room service. Restaurant
Clean Small and uncomfortable bed. We booked a room for two people. The bed was tiny. The room had only one set of towels. I think it was pretty clearly meant for 1 person. When I spoke with the front desk they insisted that no, it was for two and quickly brought up additional towels and such. But really, you can't sleep two people on a tiny bed. I literally walked the streets of Tokyo for most of the night so my wife could sleep. I won't be staying here again.
The APA Akasukabashi has small rooms that are filled with luxury. The down comforter and big screen TV are great for down time in the room. The Shisedo bath products give the feel of being at a higher end hotel. When you enter the lobby you are greeted with aromatic delights and a bright foyer. There wasn't much not to like. They do make you pay for the iron and the staff speak limited English, even though all my questions were answered.