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This hotel was like a refuge from the city lights and crowd of a big city like Tokyo. Just like any major Asian city, Tokyo has only a few pockets of quiet hotels that are affordable. Monterey Hotel in Akasaka is one of them, and...More
We had a lovely stay for 6 nights in mid April. T he hotel has a great location. Take the Narita Express to Tokyo Station , take the subway from there to Akasaka Mitsuke Station (Line M MARUNOUCHI SUBWAY LINE), get out at Exit A,...More
Stayed at Hotel Monterey Okasaka for 3 nights with my boyfriend. We really enjoyed our stay. Location was perfect (central, really lively area during the week, less so at the weekend since it is a business district). The hotel was nice and clean (although the...More
I really liked this hotel! It is close to two metro stops that will take you virtually everywhere in the city. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. Our room was just for two and was quite small, but the bed was very comfortable. Also,...More
During our first ever trip to Tokyo, we stayed at the Monterey Akasaka for 3 nights. We were looking for affordable comfort and the Monterey exceeded all expectations. The room was small, but perfectly designed. Little details made the difference... plenty of shelf space in...More
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've only stayed here in the summer (and we were able to adjust the temperature for the room) but I have also stayed at Monterey Hotels in both Kyoto and Osaka during the winter and was able to adjust the room temperature no... More
I've only stayed here in the summer (and we were able to adjust the temperature for the room) but I have also stayed at Monterey Hotels in both Kyoto and Osaka during the winter and was able to adjust the room temperature no problem. Pretty sure it's the same for all hotels throughout the chain.
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The hotel will store your luggage. It is a very central place. You can walk towards Omotesando, but it is also very easy to take the metro to Ginza and stroll around there. The winter season is really nice in Tokyo. It is... More
The hotel will store your luggage. It is a very central place. You can walk towards Omotesando, but it is also very easy to take the metro to Ginza and stroll around there. The winter season is really nice in Tokyo. It is cold, but dry and less crowded. Some places close between the year, but only for some days, so when you arrive everything will be back in business.