Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Minato does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Felice Akasaka, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and Hotel Felice Akasaka makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and 24 hour security. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Minato, Hotel Felice Akasaka is located a short distance from Toyokawa Inari Tokyo Betsuin (0.3 mi) and Villa Tokyo (0.8 mi).
While visiting Minato, you may want to try some yakiniku at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Yakiniku Jumbo Shirogane, Chongiwa Honkan, or Akasaka Yakiniku Kintan.
Minato is also known for some great government buildings, including Akasaka Palace (State Guesthouse) and Embassy of Canada in Japan, which are not too far from Hotel Felice Akasaka.
Hotel Felice Akasaka puts the best of Minato at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I visited the hotel throughout the corona pandemic. Hotel is a well located new establishment with very quality rooms although small but nicely designed. Hotel staff helpful and attentive. My only complain is I paid cash and was attended by a French attendant. Unlike the way Japanese handle cash and count the change in-front of the customer to prevent any misunderstanding, on my case she did not count and handed the bills in one pack so I decided to count and to my surprise was missing a bill. I immediately point out to the fact and the attendant refund me the missing bill. As cash is done through a machine I was very surprised to find out the mistake. The following day I paid again with no issues and I Pointed out to the Japanese attendant to teach the French attendant to count the bills in front the customer. Apparently the attendant was standing behind the door and came out jumping on me that “I should not talk behind her back” and she already apologized to me. Well no god customer manners and the sudden jump just reinforced my thought that she did an intentional theft and not an honest mistake as those cash machine don’t do mistakes!! I strongly recommend you check when paying cash at this hotel and to the Managment I will defending say educate your staff since all the effort of building and managing a property can go down the drain because one human. And besides japanese are known for their honesty, why a foreign will come and work in such great country to ruin the standard!!…
Stayed here for 3 nights with my sister. The hotel very kindly let us in at 11:00am as I had emailed them before hand to explain we were travelling internationally and would be very tired. They did this for free which we very much appreciate. The room was beautiful, and the beds spacious. The bathroom was small and you could see through the door - which was annoying as we could see each other on the toilet!! The room did have air-con as it got very hot, and when you opened the window you got the smells of the nearby restaurants - which was a shame. My sister said the public bath was clean and good to use. The hotel gave free water and coffee in the lobby which was great. Lots of restaurants nearby and great transport links to the metro. Its a good hotel for a few days, any longer and you might feel claustrophobic. …
We loved this hotel, especially the design and use of space. Yes the rooms are small but that’s common in Tokyo. We loved the free coffee and water at reception, staff were friendly and I loved the room design and effective lighting. Only small downsides would be the duvet could of been a bit thicker and fluffier and the toilet seat wasn’t heated (lol) but, overall, awesome hotel we enjoyed it - and the area is great! Full of trendy restaurants and close to all the action and trains.
Look beyond the minuscule rooms. Americans, accustomed to big space may find these rooms too confining. Bedroom windows not transparent. They open from top about 20cms. Architecturally, building is new, modern and aesthetically pleasing. Traditional Japanese baths (segregated male/female on ninth floor). Quiet rooms. A/C in summer. Staff, especially Aurore is to be highly commended for utmost attention to service. Restaurants, metro options, music outlets such as Bflat jazz club, OOtoya restaurant are within easy reach.
First time in Japan and Tokyo. Overwelming big and busy. This is the perfect location for a few nights. Small rooms, but everything you need is there. Even a nice gesture: pajamas for the night. So a nice place to stay.