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Henn na Hotel Tokyo Akasaka
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"Cool and exciting hotel with unmaned receptionist and easy to understand instruction for self check in, nicely located in CBD Akasaka Area which means it’s very easy to find foods, bars, and convenience store. They even have bar right next to the hotel. Supported with LG Styler to dry clean your clothes and Handy Phone for free to use during your stay, which very useful for map and station finding However, the room size is quite tiny so organize your luggage is very important All in all, we’re very happy with the hotel and love it"
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8.5

Excellent

452 reviews

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$ 61
APA Hotel Hanzomon-Hirakawacho
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"It was a great trip for my family. We were a family of 4 adults (2 being my parents in their 60s). We've book 2 rooms with double beds for the entire 7 days with a very good rate found on Agoda, considering the cherry blossoms season with not many hotels left in the market. APA chain of hotels has many hotels in various locations but we choose this as it seems close to the Imperial Palace and several other places that we intend to visit on this side of town. The hotel is well maintained, clean and neat. I'm grateful that the housekeeping cleans and sort out the room mess everyday (as well as the purchases we make as we move along the week) as it's a tight room. Hotel staff are generally helpful and friendly but they speak little English. I end up using sign languages just to get my message across - that's the fun part actually! If you get a room high enough and with the right facing, you may even get to get a glimpse of Tokyo Tower at a distance as the view from the room - Beautiful night view. The surroundings of the hotel are mainly offices. There aren't that many options for food. We've not tried the hotel restaurant as we are mostly out early in the day and back late at night. Our brunches and dinners are usually some place that we want to check out in Tokyo. Although if you really need a coffee fix, there's Chocoro café (they are famous for their chocolate rolls - Must try!!) and (I think) Starbucks around the vicinity. Overall - High ratings for a 3-Stars Hotel. "
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8

Excellent

524 reviews

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$ 51
HOTEL HILLARYS Akasaka
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"Our room was small as expected in Tokyo but well organized and aesthetically pleasing. Hotel was clean and staff very friendly. There is 24hr free coffee downstairs and bottles water (though it's fine to drink off the tap in Tokyo as well, sometimes there is a chlorine taste to the tap water) . It is next to 3 subway stations very close by and easy connections to all the main areas of Tokyo as well as shinkansen and other inter City trains. The area (Akasaka) is a very nice place to walk around and is full of nice restuarants, izilayas and clubs. Hei shrine is 2 mins away and provision stores conveniently located"
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8.4

Excellent

436 reviews

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$ 93
Nest Hotel Tokyo Hanzomon
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"Location is strategic Central to all main subway stations. (Shibuya Akasaka Shinjuku Ginza Roppongi....etc) Family Mart n subway station just around the corner. Friendly staffs that speak English n Mandarin. Clean room with pyjamas daily. Well done Nest😘"
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8.6

Excellent

1273 reviews

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$ 51
Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akasaka
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"This brand new hotel is in an amazing location! There is an extremely delicious counter only shabu shabu restaurant on the 1st floor. Rooms are so clean and everything new but mini frig was just too weak. I highly suggest NOT getting a room facing the back as there are many office windows that can look into your bedroom. Ask for a high floor facing the front. But was kinda shocked with occupancy rates so low that they would cram so many guest on the lower floors. Normally hotels will fill up the higher floors so customers can have a better experience. A big minus... there is only 1 elevator servicing all the floors! There were a few elderly gentlemen getting irritated by the few minute wait during peak evening times. Must be a hassle during 10am-11am check out period also. "
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8.1

Excellent

67 reviews

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$ 46
HOTEL LiVEMAX AKASAKAGRANDE
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
7.5

Very good

42 reviews

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$ 58
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo-Akasaka
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"Great hotel! I have used hotels and business hotels in various places in Tokyo for several years, but it is the best hotel with good staff response! After making a reservation, I had a question that I wanted to ask, and I exchanged messages several times, but since then I did a very pleasant response. We arrived earlier than check-in, but had you leave baggage immediately. The first floor is the front. The building was clean and the bathroom on the ground floor, sofa or table in the lobby, shelf of amenities, shelf of the brochure, elevator had a very clean and clean feeling. The room I stayed was very clean. Of course the bed make-up and amenities were complete, and even Panasonic's Steam Nano Care was provided. Hair iron and wrap dryer were also given in the bathroom. It is service more than price. The hotel has free Wi-Fi. There was an air purifier, a pot and a nice mirror with a light for makeup. There was no hotel which only this was fulfilling! It is service and hospitality more than price. A few minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Akasaka Station. If you walk a little, you can go to Akasaka Biz Tower. TBS is also right there. It takes about 12 minutes on foot to Akasakamitsuke Station, about 5 minutes to Akasaka Tameike Tower, and about 15 minutes to Tameike Sanno Station. There are roads that are slightly sloped, but walking is not a pain. Eating and drinking is easy as there are FamilyMart, McDonald's, Matsuya, Maruetsu Petit, TULLYS and Doutor Coffee near the hotel. If you come to Tokyo again, I will definitely stay at this hotel. Thank you for the great service."
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8.3

Excellent

1145 reviews

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$ 61
Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
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"We stayed in this hotel from Nov to Dec 2009. The rooms were clean and location was very convenient. The staff knew how to speak English and were very nice and helpful. And just across the street was Tokyo Metro "Akasaka-Mitsuke" Station although only two lines pass through. The metro lines are Ginza Line and Maranouchi Line. The part I loved best about this hotel was that even after midnight the place is alive, illuminated due to winter illumination and there is Mc Donalds accross the street and 7-11 Just on the Ground Floor. This hotel is a 3.5 star to 4-star hotel probably due to its location, but in terms of Room size and Quality, I would say it is comparable to an average 3 star Hotel. There is not much English channels and I did not find a swimming pool. There is a direct stop from Narita Airport Limousine Bus to and from this hotel. There are many shops just across the Hotel and there are many cheap restaurants just behind the subway station. I particularly loved the Vending-Type noodle house behind the subway station. Overall the place is very much lively, well lit and safe for first time travelers and this hotel's services are excellent. They even helped provide an in-tub seat for my grandmother and they took time to put a tub handle to help my Grandmother. "
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8.4

Excellent

2781 reviews

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$ 146
Toshi Center Hotel
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"Firstly great location as it is very close to Nagatacho Stn which serves the Namboku, Hanzomon, Yurakucho lines and Akasaka-Mitsuke Stn which serves the Ginza and Marunouchi lines. These stations will get you very quickly to all the major spots of Tokyo, shopping or tourist attractions. The hotel itself was very nice for the 2 nights i stayed with great views as my room was on the 20th floor. Friendly staff, wifi, clean room and bathroom, thats all i wanted. Cannot comment on restaurants as i didnt use any of those facilities. Will definately keep this hotel on my list for a future visit"
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8.2

Excellent

753 reviews

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$ 57
Akasaka Yoko Hotel
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
3.5

2 reviews

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$ 51

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Roppongi and Akasaka are neighboring districts that have traditionally catered to young Western tourists and business travelers, respectively. It’s only recently that locals have started to take notice and spend time here.

Akasaka / Roppongi is connected to Tokyo’s metro network via Roppongi Station. A few comfortable hotels in Akasaka / Roppongi are within walking distance of the metro station for ultimate convenience getting around the city. The station sits on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya and Toei Oedo lines.

Roppongi is the leading nightlife district in Tokyo, and it’s especially good at attracting international travelers and young Japanese. The entire district recently got a boost from the opening of the Roppongi Hills complex, capped by the 54-story Mori Tower. Midtown Complex is a similar commercial project that opened recently. There was a time when Roppongi mainly catered to travelers, but it attracts as many locals these days with its increasingly up-market shops and restaurants.

While Akasaka has its own limited night scene, this district is better known for its selection of name-brand hotels. Most of the visitors based here are business travelers, as hotels in Akasaka are equipped with full business and conference facilities. While most of the shopping options are next-door in Roppongi, this district does host Akasaka Sacus, a high-end complex with restaurants and hundreds of boutiques.