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The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic Hotel

2-16-11 Kaminarimon, Taito 2-16-11 Kaminarimon, Taito, Tokyo 111-0034, Japan Show Map | Official Site

Excellent from 897 reviews
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About The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic

Located in Tokyo, The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon By Hulic provides stylish, 4-star accommodation close to Asakusa. It offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a coffee bar and a rooftop terrace.

The rooms at the hotel are air-conditioned and include a refrigerator, slippers and a coffee maker. They all offer a seating area, an in-room safe and a flat-screen TV.

Those staying at The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon By Hulic can enjoy a unique dining experience at the in-house restaurant, conveniently based for those who want to stay nearby when looking to sit down to a meal. Each evening, guests are welcome to relax in the comfortable lounge bar. Guests are also able to try one of the many bars and cafés in the area.

The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon By Hulic is ideally located for discovering Tokyo with the Asakusa Shrine, Senso-ji and Hanayashiki within a 10-minute walk. The hotel is positioned within a short walk of Asakusa Train Station.

Excellent 8.9
897 guest reviews

Hotel Features


Massage, Pay-per-view channels


Pets not allowed


Concierge service, Currency exchange on-site, Laundry service, Wake-up service, Daily housekeeping, Fax/photocopying, Spa


Increased accessibility, Cribs available, Smoke alarms, Restaurant, Bar/Lounge, Express check out, Hairdryer, Air-conditioned, 24hr front desk, Refrigerator, Designated smoking area, Storage available, Non-smoking rooms available, Terrace/Patio, Linens, Towels, Elevator, Accessible by elevator, Alarm clock, Balcony, Bathtub, Bidet, Blu-ray player, Body soap, Bottle of water, Carpeted, City view, Coffee machine, Conditioner, Desk, DVD player, Electric kettle, Extra-long beds (> 2 meters), Feather pillow, Fire extinguisher, Flat-screen TV, Free toiletries, Heating, Interconnected room(s) available, Key card access, Newspapers, Pajamas, Pants press, Private bathroom, Safety deposit box, Shampoo, Shower, Shower cap, Slippers, Sofa, Telephone, Toilet, Toilet paper, Toothbrush, Trash cans, TV, Upper floors accessible by elevator, Vending machine (drinks), Wardrobe or closet, Window, Bathrobe, First-aid kit, Physical distancing in dining areas, Physical distancing rules, Property is cleaned by professional cleaning companies, Process in place to check health of guests, CCTV in common areas, Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas, Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas, Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against coronavirus, Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays, Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning, All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized, Guests can opt-out of accommodation cleaning service, Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities, Safe, Rooftop


Free Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi available in all areas, Free Internet


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The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic reviews

The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic
from 897 reviews

Rating summary

  • Cleanliness 9.0
  • Comfort 9.1
  • Location 9.4
  • Services 8.8
  • Staff 9.1
  • Value for money 8.1

Recent reviews of The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic

  • Bailey S

    Feb 2019

    Verified Stay

    Nice Place!

    We remained 1 days in this beautiful inn. Our room on the 10th floor was super comfortable, well prepared (indeed had a Nespresso machine, water, bathrobes & shoes as well as fridge and secure), exceptionally clean and had excellent sees of Sensoji Kannon sanctuary and encompasses. Gathering staff (on the 13th floor) were inviting & mindful and the roof beat eatery & bar has astounding sees of the Tokyo Skytree and encompassing areas. You can get a coordinate prepare to the lodging from Narita by means of the Keisei Narita Sky Get to line (approximately an hour) to the Asakusa Station, at that point a 5 minutes walk. Asakusa Station moreover interfaces to other parts of Tokyo through various subway/metro courses. Asakusa may be a calm and curiously region, it feels more conventional than the commercial other parts of Tokyo, with parcels of true eateries and shops. We truly delighted in our remain at this lodging and the region.

  • Donner H

    Jan 2019

    Verified Stay

    Beautiful Hotel!

    Beautiful lobby. Very convenient located just in the center of Asakusa very near to the two of the main train lines surrounded with great shopping centers where there are lots of drinks and food choices. Our room was spacious, very clean with large windows overlooking the stunning view of Tokyo. Bed is soft and very comfortable. Great size of bathroom with complete toiletries. Staff always has best welcome service and politeness. I cannot say enough about each and every one of the people we came into contact with because all very professional and ready to help in a minutes notice. We couldn't fault our stay. They were giving us tips, what to do's. And they were genuinely interested of what we were doing.

  • Nate M

    Oct 2018

    Verified Stay

    Very Pleasant!

    The hotel was amazing, not much to look at on the outside but really nice, modern and functional inside. The rooms were immaculate with comfortable bed, nice bathroom ample storage space and there was a good variety of plugs for modern technology. The staff were helpful and pleasant and all spoke very good English (we were very grateful of this). We were also very pleasantly surprised by the bar food on offer. Served by a very nice waiter not overpriced and delicious. Asakusa Station also connects to other parts of Tokyo via numerous subway/metro routes. Asakusa is a quiet and interesting area, it feels more traditional than the commercial other parts of Tokyo, with lots of authentic restaurants and shops. We really enjoyed our stay at this hotel and the area.