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It s an ok hotel, the rooms are quite big to japanese standards. The wc supermodern and it s well located, next to restourants and bars and 5 minutes away from the metro station from which you can reach quickly all the interesting part of...More
It was recommended by someone so I did not look for any hotels at Kyotos, the location is perfect just 5 minute walk from the Akasaka station, it is a little outdated but it has a great bathroom with incredible amenities, breakfast is not great...but...More
- Polite staff (as with all Japanese people)
- Price was as guaranteed with no hidden extras
- Limited spread at buffet breakfast but would suffice for the non-picky eaters.
- Basic room amenities, albeit small.
Neighbourhood was quiet and quaint, but it took 10...More
We have stayed in Tokyo a few times now and this Hotel is fantastic for the price. You also have access to the spa at the Grand Centurian hotel a few blocks away at no extra cost. There is a washing machine and sink in...More
Room is small, smells and we can't possibly describe how awful this hotel is! Don't believe any of the previous reviews - a complete set up. Hotel should not have any star rating at all. Please don't bother to book. Find somewhere else. Breakfast is...More
US$ 71 - US$ 287 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
I stayed more days in Centurion Central and just one night in Centurion Residential. I don’t know if this is the reason they gave me a more pleasant room in the first hotel. The room I had in Centurion Residential didn’t... More
I stayed more days in Centurion Central and just one night in Centurion Residential. I don’t know if this is the reason they gave me a more pleasant room in the first hotel. The room I had in Centurion Residential didn’t offer the comfort you need for a stay of more days. So I have a better memory of the first of hotel and I would definitely advice to go there.
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I was there about one year ago, and I remember there was a washing machine (smaller version, vertical model, i.e. opening on the top) in the room. I do not know what type of room I had, but it looked to me it was... More
I was there about one year ago, and I remember there was a washing machine (smaller version, vertical model, i.e. opening on the top) in the room. I do not know what type of room I had, but it looked to me it was standard equipment.
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"If you can, ask for a capsule that is not near the bathroom entrance."