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We stayed here for three nights over New Year. In the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, this hotel is a peacefully located on a quiet street, about 50m from Akasaka metro station.
We stayed in a Grand Deluxe Double room, which was on the top...More
The hotel and adjacent Coffee Shop street entrance was instantly appealing with bright, colourful flower beds; in the foyer staff welcoming, alert and smiling. During our three day stay, heads went up from whatever they were doing to offer a smile and greeting, staff to...More
Pleasantly surprised how close to the subway this hotel is located. We chose this hotel due to its proximity to the Suntory Hall as I was here with the choir for performance. As a tourist, I would probably want to be nearer to all the...More
For a country of 127 million population where only 4% of land is used for living, my children received an experience for what it feels like to live inside a crowded city. The rooms are small, but clean and organized. As such, we had to...More
This hotel is just 1 min walk from Subway Chiyoda Line "Akasaka" station, and thus is convenient. Unlike usual Business Hotels, it has a variety of rooms. Its Double, Lady Double (13-14 m2), Grand Double(13-15 m2), and Superior Double(12-17 m2) Rooms have a small bed(140...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.
it depends on how much luggage do you have. I only had one suitcase. the most easy way for me was to take the airport bus until Tokyo Central station and from there the metro. very easy to connect. the metro line and exit is... More
it depends on how much luggage do you have. I only had one suitcase. the most easy way for me was to take the airport bus until Tokyo Central station and from there the metro. very easy to connect. the metro line and exit is mentioned in many postings at the hotel reviews.