Stayed one week in this hotel for business. It is less than 10mins walk from the Akasaka-mitsuke metro station. It is in a relatively quiet environment facing the Akasaka palace. Had a single room which is the standard size room(less than 20sqm for a business hotel but it was clean and quite comfortable. It was super convenient for me as it is less than 5min walk to my office. I did not opt for hotel breakfast but instead had my breakfast at Doutor cafe where breakfast was good value for money. Starbucks and Tully's coffee are also nearby. Lawson minimart is also very near. I had the opportunity to run round the palace(it is not open to public) which is about 3.5km passing nice residential neighbourhood. No complaints with the services from front desk to housekeeping. All in all, i had a pleasant stay in the hotel and will probably return as it is super near to my office.…
My family stayed here because this hotel provides a crib for infants. We also wanted to stay in a nicer area of Tokyo that was central and well connected to the tourist spots via the subway. Also, I prefer to stay at a hotel that is nicely furnished and decorated but still budget friendly. This hotel perfectly met all of these criteria. The location is great if you want to be in a quiet, safe spot that is only a 5 min walk to all the busy side streets and restaurants. We had a great view of a shrine and the imperial residence complex across the street, and a police station is also next door. The room was comfortable and neat and recently sized for the 3 of us, especially for Japan. My only concerns were that the bathroom sink was plugged with hair (miad didn't do a good job of cleaning) and when I turned on the air conditioning my allergies started to get set off due to dust (dusty HVAC ducts). So they need to focus on keeping up with these maintainance issues. We opted for the buffet meal. It was delicious with a lot of options, but mostly of the traditional Japanese variety (which I didn't mind). It is rather a formal dining area with a great view overlooking the shrine across the street. If in the area, I recommend a short walk to Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho, which is a nice, modern shopping complex with lots of dining options. We saw at least 3 different subway lines in pretty close proximity to the hotel, so a great location to explore Tokyo from. I would definately stay here again.…
Room with double bed very small (typical of most hotels in Tokyo). Hotel needs renovation as furniture and carpets are worn out. Hotel only has a few chairs near check in counter, no other lobby area and there is no restaurant.
If you are using this hotel as part of a package for a cruise and if you lihe shoe box size rooms it's ok- they want you to upgrade!! My advice is do not use this hotel unless the criteria meets with your approval
We stayed here for 6 nights and it was really nice. The room was quite small, but based on some of my research when looking at other hotels in Tokyo, that seems to be the norm. You can't open to big suitcases at the same time but that was fine for us. Location is great, close-ish to Shinjuku and Shibuya but not as hustly and bustly. Akasaka is more of a business area than outright touristy. Roppongi is only a 15 minute walk and the station is a 5 min-10 walk. The hotel is very clean and they provide you with slippers and pyjamas, a massive rice cooker/kettle which we used to make tea and pot noodles. The best thing about this hotel is that they give you a phone to use when you're out and about which was great when trying to find nearby restaurants and using google maps
Not in one of the more popular parts of Tokyo, but very conveniently placed close to a station with 2 underground lines and a stop of the Narita Limousine Bus. Nice hotel with not too small rooms (we were in the Double Queen). Good (but quite expensive) breakfast. If you do not need a big breakfast, you can economize by using one of the cafes or convenience stores near by. There is also a nice shrine on the other side of the street. Don't miss it!
I stopped here for 4 nights in September for my first trip to Japan and i would highly recommend! The location is amazing, a 5min walk to the ginza line which takes you to all the main areas. The staff were very friendly and happy to help, the room was nice and clean with good amenities and a very cool toilet! 5 star!
I've been to this hotel a few days last week when I was in Tokyo for a business trip. The hotel is very nice, clean and well maintained. The staff is extremely helpful and friendly, like in most places in Japan and the entire structure is very clean. The room was a bit small indeed, but I know you can't expect big rooms in Japan, but very clean, comfortable, with a nice view and very quiet. The breakfast was good even if not amazing, but I think the only downside is the fact that the late checkout is quite expansive (1500 yer per hour). Nonetheless I would definetly recommend it, and seriously consider to go back if I have the opportunity.
A good hotel if you are on a budget. Akasaka is a wonderul area. Lots of great eating places within a few minutes walk. Staff are very helpful and rooms are very clean. I was in a double which was a squeeze even for one person therefore I would reccomend upgrding to a bigger room. Bathroom is a decent size.
We stayed here and travelled to watch rugby at Tokyo stadium. The hotel is very well appointed with the rooms being modernized. Bed was very comfortable and rooms very quiet. It is located within 5 mins walk from Akasaka Mitsuke station and is positioned directly opposite Emperors Imperial Residence ( Note - Not the palace!). Staff are very welcoming and efficient and the daily breakfast ( included in room rate) was for us a real highlight. It can set you up for a day of busy travel around Tokyo! Would stay again anytime!