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2-4-2 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo-to, 111-0032, Japan, ‏‎800-491-6126
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4.7 / 5Outstanding

Score breakdown (from 6 reviews)

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Average rating for:

  • Cleanliness
    4.8
  • Service
    4.7
  • Comfort
    4.7
  • Condition
    4.8
  • Neighborhood
    4.0
5.0 / 5Outstanding
"Great Location with in-room laundry"
  • Cleanliness
    5.0
  • Service
    5.0
  • Comfort
    5.0
  • Condition
    5.0
  • Neighborhood
    5.0
This was our last stop on a 13 day trip through Japan. The hotel is conveniently located to many markets and the Sensoji Temple. The room was comfortable, clean, and included an in-room laundry and kitchenette. The laundry was very welcomed feature. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would definitely return to this hotel and recommend it highly.
Genuine Hotels.com guest review
4 night family trip May 27, 2013
John
US

The following English reviews were posted by hotels.com guests from other countries:

5.0 / 5Outstanding
"Will return :)"
  • Cleanliness
    5.0
  • Service
    5.0
  • Comfort
    4.0
  • Condition
    5.0
  • Neighborhood
    5.0
Loved the room, queen/king sized bed, comfy for Japanese standards - very firm but not a concrete slab. No bath :( but large(comparatively) bathroom with good ventilation. Dryer function on washing machine takes a while, but its in room so can pop it on while you're out. Large bright/light room, couch and desk with enough space. Bit hard to find but its right beside the French wine bar.
Genuine Hotels.com guest review
2 night romance trip Apr 14, 2013
L Percy
NZ
5.0 / 5Outstanding
"Best place to stay in Asakusa!"
  • Cleanliness
    5.0
  • Service
    5.0
  • Comfort
    5.0
  • Condition
    5.0
  • Neighborhood
    -
This was the third place we stayed in Japan (Tokyo and Kyoto) it was outstanding. The room is a good size and very well appointed with a fully equipped kitchen (stove, sink, kettle, rice maker, full size fridge, microwave, dishes, etc), ipod deck, cable tv, wi-fi (upon request but no extra charge), lots of storage space for clothes and bathroom items, robes, slippers, and a big shower. The bed is also very comfortable. The staff are very friendly and helpful and the hotel also offers free bicycle usage. The hotel is located directly in the middle of the old town of Asakusa with the Sensoji temple around the corner. The Asakusa train station is within walking distance (5 min). All in all a superb place to stay!
Genuine Expedia guest review
Other trip Jul 18, 2012
Karen
NZ

The following reviews were posted by hotels.com guests from other countries:

5.0 / 5Outstanding
"言うことなしの快適な滞在でした。"
  • Cleanliness
    5.0
  • Service
    5.0
  • Comfort
    5.0
  • Condition
    5.0
  • Neighborhood
    -
スイートルームを利用させて頂きました。 ホテルの場所が少し分かりにくく、駅からタクシーで向かいました。 全体的に、ホテルというよりもコンシェルジュのいる高級マンションといった感じの雰囲気です。 スタッフの方の対応は大変親切で、丁寧でした。 仕事柄いろいろなホテルを利用しますが、今までお世話になったどのホテルのスタッフの方よりもこちらが1番よかったと思います。 お部屋も清潔感があり、とても綺麗に保たれており、快適な滞在ができました。 広さも申し分なく、ゆっくりとくつろげます。 冷蔵庫やキッチンスペースも広く、よかったです。 また、近くに24H営業のスーパーがあるので、困った時にはそちらに買い物に行くことができました。 本当に快適な一日で、大満足です。 また必ず伺いたいと連れと話しております。
Genuine Expedia guest review
Other trip Oct 22, 2012
A Traveler
JP
4.0 / 5Excellent
  • Cleanliness
    5.0
  • Service
    4.0
  • Comfort
    5.0
  • Condition
    5.0
  • Neighborhood
    3.0
Genuine Hotels.com guest review
2 night business trip Oct 27, 2012
A Traveler
TW
4.0 / 5Excellent
  • Cleanliness
    4.0
  • Service
    4.0
  • Comfort
    4.0
  • Condition
    4.0
  • Neighborhood
    3.0
Genuine Hotels.com guest review
1 night business trip Oct 25, 2012
A Traveler
TW

TripAdvisor reviews for Residential Hotel B: CONTE Asakusa

Overall rating:Based on 94 traveler reviews

Most recent traveler reviews:

Overall Rating
"Decent size and good location"
06/30/15 NathalieSFO San Francisco, California
Staff was very friendly. Room is decent size, clean and location was good. It was a little noisy on occasion. I guess it depends which way your room is facing. Kitchenette had most of what you would need and there is a supermarket nearby. A couple towels had a bizarre smell but there were plenty other ones for my stay. Note that housekeeping does not come every day.
Overall Rating
"Wouldn't stay anywhere else in Tokyo!"
06/24/15 Hanyut Gold Coast
This is the 5th consecutive year my wife and I have stayed at B:CONTE Asakusa. With the exception of one problem, which was eventually resolved, a couple of years ago, we have always enjoyed staying here. It is well located, the rooms are modern and have everything we need...and it represents terrific value for money. And one of the many people working at the reception desk, Lan Tanaka, is particularly lovely...and remembers us whenever we return, which is a nice personal touch. See you again next year Tanaka-san.
Overall Rating
"The little things make the difference"
06/10/15 AndrewHSydney Sydney, Australia
When I make the decision to stay in a budget hotel in a big city, my expectations rarely rise above guarded optimism. That being said, the Residential Hotel B was easily the best budget hotel I stayed in during my recent travels in Japan and Hong Kong, and it's the little things that raise it above the competition. You don't pay A$130 a night if you want to be sleeping in a room the size of a football field, but the layout of the rooms makes the maximum use of the available space - there's a closet with plenty of hangers, a sizeable table for planning the next day's activities, and a shower that's larger than the entire bathroom of the other places I stayed. To this we can add those little things I mentioned: a pair of scissors for cutting the tags off your purchases; a washing machine and dryer that removes the fear of being caught in a sudden downpour; Wi-Fi that works perfectly every time; air-conditioning that actually matches the temperature on the dial; a kitchen with sink and fridge; comfortable pillows - none of it strictly necessary, but it makes the difference between a room you tolerate and one you actually look forward to staying in at the end of the day. (There was also an earthquake while I was there that caused the entire room to sway a couple of feet, and since the hotel's still standing it appears we can add solidly-built to its list of positive qualities.) Finally, a note on the location: I visited all of the major areas of Tokyo while I was there, and after a long day immersed in the chaos of Shinjuku, Shibuya or Akihabara I thoroughly enjoyed returning to the old-world charm of Asakusa to spend the night. The hotel's about 5 minutes walk from the Asakusa subway line (a couple of minutes on the train gets you to Ueno, which connects to pretty much everywhere), and there's plenty of restaurants and shops in the area if you don't feel like travelling too far abroad in the evening. Genuine bargains are few and far between these days, but this is one of them. Highly recommended.
Overall Rating
"Awesomeness :)"
06/05/15 unbretonmalouin a Lille, France
A great great great experience in this residential hotel. Great service, great flat : kitchen, washing machine, fridge, wifi... Before your trip, I emailed them a lot, and they always replied to me so quickly :) The location is GREAT, near the Sensoji Temple, the streets around the BCONTE are so lovely and typical, you will also find a Don Quijote at 50m. Very convenient if you need something to eat. I miss it :) GO GO GO !
Overall Rating
"Great Location and Amenities"
05/19/15 Zach S
We wanted to stay in Tokyo, but we didn't want to live out of a closet-sized room, or pay for a suite. The Residential Hotel B: Conte Asakusa is perfect. Regular room pricing for rooms with kitchenettes and washer/dryers. Thanks to the wash/dryer, we were able to bring half the clothes we normally do on a trip and use the extra space for souvenirs. The kitchen was great for making our own breakfasts and storing snacks. The bed is actually soft! The location is great. You're right around the corner from Senso-ji, and all of the stalls and shops that surround it. It does mean having to hop a subway ride to Ueno to get onto the Yamanote line to reach the rest of the city, but it's worth it. There are so many places to eat and get supplies nearby. Our only word of caution is that it can be difficult to arrive late at night. Their reception desk is closed at 9pm, and we had to be let in by security after waiting twenty minutes. Doesn't sound like that much of a hassle, but after a loooong trip, every moment not spent in our room felt like forever. Very much worth booking a stay here.
Overall Rating
"Great location..."
05/06/15 TheAlijon West Sussex
First time in Tokyo and this hotel was in a great position for exploring by foot and using underground to down town Tokyo. The staff were first class . Some better English than others but had taken time to read katakana and speak some Japanese which helped. Showers are great as are the rooms. Have everything in it plus loads more besides. Washer /dryer, stove, fridge, kettle etc. Breakfast is in a café next door using a voucher. It was more than adequate and great staff . We actually ate there one night and the Japanese food was superb and very reasonable. There are plenty of cafes, bars, shops, restaurants around. Subways about five minutes away. Walked to the river and caught a boat down into central Tokyo. Amazing as locals use it like a bus ! Senso-ji a few minutes walk away. Worth getting up early one morning (7.30 ish) to beat the tourist that arrive later in the day. All in all a superb hotel would definitely stay there again.
Overall Rating
"Comfortable, friendly hotel in beautiful Tokyo location"
04/28/15 AnneES2014 Sydney, Australia
As other reviewers have noted, these are comfortable, nicely appointed apartments in Asakusa, right next to the Senso-Ji temple. It was our first visit to Tokyo and we were not sure which area to stay in. We felt super lucky to have chosen this area and this hotel. The neighbourhood feels historic and picturesque with lots of small restaurants, bars, shops and low rise apartments. It seems a long way from the neon lit skyscraper districts - but you can be somewhere like Shinjuku in 30 minutes by train. There are many tourists here during the day (primarily visiting the magnificent temple) but at night it has a much more "local neighbourhood" feel. If you are keen to be immersed in the "lost in translation" Tokyo experience, you might find this area too far from the neon lit action, but we thoroughly enjoyed its charm. Plenty of eating choices, particularly of the ramen variety. There are also many vendors of made-on-the-premises rice crackers and other treats. There's a supermarket close by too. It is well connected by several different train lines; we only used the Ginza line, a few minutes walk from the hotel, which gets you to Ueno with its beautiful parks and museums in 3 stops, and most other places with a change or two. We caught a cab to the hotel on the night we arrived because we had no idea where we were and were hauling luggage - so don't discount that as a possibility. It cost less than 1000 yen from memory. The room we had was spacious enough; there was plenty of hanging space for clothes. The bed was comfortable; all linen was nice; appliances were good - no complaints about any of those things. The WIFI signal was good, too. Staff were very friendly, polite and helpful. We did not have a room with a view of the Skytree and temple, but the view we had over the street was still very nice. I would definitely stay here again, and hope I get the opportunity one day.
Overall Rating
"Modern, Comfortable Hotel in the Heart of Asakusa"
04/28/15 Kari M
Great boutique hotel if you are looking to stay in the heart of Asakusa! New, modern building and very comfortable during our stay. Our room had great views of the nearby temple and the Toyko Skytree, and overlooked the buzzing streets below. Room included a full kitchen, internet and wifi, comfortable accommodations etc. and was a decent size. Would highly recommend!
Overall Rating
"Good accomendation in the center of Asakusa"
04/05/15 Florian K Hausen, Germany
I stayed in B Conte for over one month (Beginning of 2013) and enjoyed the time. Who japanese apartments/hotel knows-knows about the sapce problems. But it´s a convienient appartment with all you need from a fridge over washing machine up to a iron. Ideal for longer business trips or for the first few days/weeks when you moved to Japan.
Overall Rating
"Very convenient, clean, and comfortable hotel"
03/21/15 mtn5212 Chicago, IL
The hotel is situated right off of famous Asakusa Sensoji Temple and its surrounding area. There are many restaurants, bars, shops near by. We stayed on the 7th floor (highest floor). From our room, we were able to see Sensoji and Tokyo Skytree. The room is super clean and equipped with kitchen, fridge, microwave oven, washer/dryer. Room had smaller shower (no tub) and bathroom area, but it was stylish. I really don't like "unit bath" that is quite common among Japanese hotels, so this was a big plus. Washer/dryer worked really well, but it took a while for me to learn how to use it. I had to download user manual of the washer off the web. The room also came with free Wifi, which made my stay a lot nicer. I will certainly come back here again.
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