Khaosan Samurai Hostel (Tokyo, Japan) Reviews
Description:Budget hostel in Tokyo, Japan.
Newest Review: ... Check in is from 3pm and despite arriving an hour early the staff were very welcoming and quickly made sure our room was ready and allowed us to check in early. The staff were very courteous and polite and offered lots of information about the area, providing maps and leaflets to help us find our way around. Shoes had to be left in the lobby of the reception but, unlike many hotels, slippers ... more
Customer Khaosan Samurai Hostel (Tokyo, Japan) Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/10/12 (Very useful, 23 readings)
During a two week trip around Japan we stayed at the Khaosan Samurai Hostel for our first three nights. Coming straight from Narita airport we made our way to Ueno station and then on foot to the hostel which took roughly 25-30 minutes. There are actually a couple of stations 5-10 minutes walk away from the hostel, in particular the Asakusa stop on the Ginza line which is useful for those using the Japan Rail Pass looking for JR operated lines. There are actually four Khaosan hostels located in this area and we arrived at the nearby Annex first but were quickly redirected to the nearby Samurai hostel. Check in is from 3pm and despite arriving an hour early the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Khaosan Tokyo Samurai Khaosan Tokyo Samurai is one of a chain of relatively new hostels in the Asakusa district of Tokyo. Recently, a friend and I stayed there for two nights. One quick word about Tokyo - unless you sleep rough or find a 24 hour internet café, sleeping in Tokyo is not cheap. Even capsule hotels, those coffin-shaped places of Japanese legend (some are actually quite pleasant) will set you back about 4000 yen a night (currently about 30 quid). Youth Hostels are rare in Japan and those that do exist have shockingly early curfews. The one in my city of Nagano, for example, has a doors locked at 9pm, lights out at 9.30pm policy. So ... Read the complete review
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