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we stayed here for 6 days...like has been said before the rooms are small in comparison to western standards....but was clean and well kept. This hotel was within walking distance to actually 3 stations ...almost any line can be accessed from this hotel. We arrived...More
We stayed here for two nights, and got a great price in an online sale. The room was small but very nicely decorated. The staff spoke some English and were extremely helpful. The hotel is five minutes walk from two subway stations on two different...More
My partner & I stayed at Hotel Monterey Akasaka for 5 nights with absolutely no hassles. The staff are friendly and the room albeit on the small side is still very comfortable (we had a double room).
We found that this is such a good...More
This is overall a good hotel.
I spent a week in Tokyo on vacation. It is a good time to visit Japan with the continued global economic difficulties, prices on hotels and airfare have become very reasonable.
When staying at a Japanese hotel, (like everything...More
US$78 - US$200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#23 Business Hotel in Minato
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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.
Response from Scruffy A | Reviewed this property |
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.
Response from buzpops123 | Reviewed this property |
At Haneda airport they have a tourist information centre who are really helpful. Once you get off the train you might be better to get a taxi to the hotel, we did walk but it was quite difficult to find as we didn't know... More
At Haneda airport they have a tourist information centre who are really helpful. Once you get off the train you might be better to get a taxi to the hotel, we did walk but it was quite difficult to find as we didn't know where we were going unless you print a google maps route. Enjoy, it's amazing! Can't wait to go back.