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- 5 Chome-35-14 Naritahigashi, Suginami, Tokyo
- Distance from Station:
- 3 minutes from Tokyo Metro Minami-Asagaya Station, 9 minutes from JR Asagaya Station
- 03-3220-5711 (Japanese only. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org instead)
- Check-in 3:00pm, Check-out 10:00am; Doors open 24 hours
- Staff speak English
Relaxation and Comfort in Asagaya
At Route Inn in Asagaya, you have many options: Single, Double, Twin, and Triple Rooms are available on smoking and non-smoking floors, and if you’re female you’re in for a real treat on the Ladies-Only floor. There you can find a little more comfort, peace and quiet, and best yet (sorry guys!) is the Lady’s Healing Room, complete with massage chairs and additional massage service available at request. If you are a woman traveling alone or with friends you should not overlook staying on the Ladies’ Floor. Or if you’re staying with a male counterpart, come up for some relaxation while he is busy or sleeping late!
At Route Inn breakfast is included, available 7:00am – 9:00am. For allergy information just ask the staff. Breakfast is held daily in the banquet room, which is also available for meetings. It’s very clean and feels new, as this hotel was recently renovated from it’s predecessor La Amista Hotel. The lobby is also very classy where you’ll find a convenience store connected, open 7:00am – 11:45pm. 24-hour vending machines with a wide variety of beverages (including alcohol) are also available. Free wi-fi throughout.
For entertainment in the area, check out shopping at the Pearl Center Shopping Street, or bars and restaurants in the night life areas of Star Road and Ichibangai. Asagaya’s festivals include the bar-hop event Nomiya-san Festival in May and November, Tanabata Festival in August, and Jazz Streets in October. If you’re around in cherry blossom season (late March – early April) don’t miss the cherry blossoms at the Zenpukuji-gawa Green Park along the river– Route Inn is the most convenient hotel for this attraction, only about 10 minutes on foot from the Zenpukuji-gawa River.
[updated September 2018]