Here are the 3 of my recommendations for accommodations that I actually have been to.  

1. The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon

asakusa hotel

Recommended if you prioritize: access to subway station and Sensoji area, view of Skytree and breakfast quality

The lowest room rate for 2 ranges: 141 - 256 USD

We actually filmed our stay here so you can take a look how it actually looks in our video.  

This hotel is well-designed, fairly new and traveler friendly hotel.  All of the hotel staff speaks English so you don't have to worry about anything here.  The hotel is located in front of Kaminarimon and within 5-minute walk from all of subway stations. (Tsukuba Express is 8-minute walk)  One of the highlight of this hotel is that you can see Sky Tree from the lobby and the bar on the 13th floor, top floor terrace and some of the rooms.  

In addition, I love their breakfast. It is top-notch.  Their Curry Benedict (picture below) won a award of Breakfast Festival in Tokyo and it sure was tasty!

I recommend this hotel because of its cost efficiency.

asakusa hotel

Recommended if you prioritize: access to Hanayashiki and Sensoji, view of Skytree, Halal meal options

The lowest room rate for 2 ranges: 86 - 269 USD

If you are planning on spending a lot of time in Asakusa area, Richmond Hotel is a great place to stay.  It's only 1 minute walk from Sensoji and Hanayashiki. Also, other cool spots are very close by.  It's right next to Tsukuba Express station but the only time to use this line is when you go to Akihabara.  If you are going out of Asakusa, you basically have to walk 8-10 minutes to take subway, which is actually not too bad.  

This hotel offers a big breakfast buffet and Halal meal option.  Man, I love how hotels in Asakusa is international friendly!  In side of the building, they have souvenir shops and restaurants.  Very convinient!

3. Bunka Hostel TOkyo

asakusa hotel

Recommended if you prioritize: price, price and price

The lowest room rate for 2 ranges: 34 - 56 USD

This Hostel can be found right in the middle of local shopping area which is very close to Nakamise-Dori.  When I first saw this hostel, I thought it was a trendy bar restaurant newly opened because it looks very modern and cool.  

There are several hostels in Asakusa area but Bunka Hostel Tokyo is not one of those dirty old hostel that you would image.  They have various types of room options from female floor rooms to family rooms.