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MIMARU TOKYO AKASAKA
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"When I was booking a hotel in Tokyo I wanted to make sure that I was central, and when I was thinking central I meant Shibuya or Shinjuku. Mimaru Akasaka was perfectly placed in a nice area close enough to the metro stations that would take you all over the city. The staff at the hotel really went out of their way to accommodate, were super friendly and just made our stay enjoyable. The room that we were in was for four people (2 single beds, and 2 sofa beds) I stayed on one of the single beds and it was so comfortable. I believe they were memory foam mattresses (don’t quote me! ;)) My friends who stayed on the sofa beds mentioned how comfortable they were too. With everything you need in this apartment/hotel (kitchen etc) it really does make you wonder why you should book anything else especially with the convenience stores nearby where we bought breakfast to cook up in the morning. My only gripe with the room was that it didn’t come with complimentary tea or coffee (I really don’t have anything to complain about) there’s Starbucks and other coffee houses just down the road. Oh, and to top it all off they provide a smartphone with data and calls so you can take it out into the city with you, a lifesaver when trying to navigate metro stations etc Thankyou Mimaru Akasaka, I will definitely be coming back. "
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Exceptional

328 reviews

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£ 158
Hotel New Otani Tokyo The Main
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"The New Otani is a large hotel in Akasaka. It is well located to most business operating in the Central Tokyo area, and is also close to Shibuya, Shijuku, and Roppongi. There are many places to eat within easy walking distance from the hotel. This hotel would be suited to both business travellers and holiday makers alike. "
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8.5

Excellent

1401 reviews

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£ 276
The Okura Tokyo
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9.7

Exceptional

4 reviews

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£ 461
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"I thoroughly enjoyed my stay of 11 nights at this hotel in late March, early April 2013. Location. It is located in Akasaka, on a hill right behind Hie-Jinja, a major Shinto shrine of Tokyo. One can see the hotel from Sotobori-dori, the main thoroughfare that runs in front of the shrine. But there is no access to the hotel from Sotobori-Dori. By car, one has to drive into a side street then up the hill. On foot, it is best to go up the shrine and follow a hidden footpath to the main hotel entrance. This means that the establishment is pretty much protected from the hubbub of Sotobori-Dori. There is a secluded luxury to such a location. This is very Japanese (or French for that matter.) True luxury is never displayed ostentatiously but kept somewhat hidden. However, seclusion in this case does not mean isolation. Indeed, one simply has to go up to the shrine from the hotel, go down the main staircase to Sotobori-dori, and cross to the other side to find oneself in the action of the back alleys of Akasaka. Shops, restaurants, bars, nightclubs of all stripes. Going up Sotobori-dori, one soon runs into Aoyama-dori, another major thoroughfare lined with all manners of fancy establishments, for example a dealer for McLaren cars! In a nutshell, this location combines the best of both worlds: quiet uncrowdedness but not too far from the ‘action’ should one chooses to partake. This is a rare combination in Tokyo. Places like Shibuya and Shinjuku are quite lively but there, one could never escape from the crush of humanity. Finally, I enjoyed very much going through the shrine everyday as I came and went. Transportation. There is a subway station right below the hotel. One can take the elevator in front of the bell captain’s desk down to the station. Officially it is Tameike-sanno but like most subway stations in Tokyo, it is linked via tunnels to many neighboring stations. In this case, one could walk from Tameike-sanno to Kokkai-gijidomae, and even Nagata-cho and Akasaka"
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9.1

Exceptional

755 reviews

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£ 357
The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho a Luxury Collection Hotel
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"My husband and I have certainly stayed in bigger and more expensive suites, but we've never had the level of customer service we enjoyed here. We were showered with polite attention, champagne, a free sake tasting, delicious food up in the club (which was a part of the suite we booked), and polite attentiveness. The room and bathroom were also incredible. We overlooked the location of the original Imperial Palace, and taking a bath with floor to ceiling windows above the 30th floor was a treat. We also enjoyed the restaurant and cocktail bar. It was our last evening in Japan on our honeymoon, so we decided to splash out both on the hotel and on dinner at the contemporary Japanese restaurant. The food was delicious and the presentation innovative and playful. I think the only slight down note was the service in the bar area. The bar itself is stunning -- like the decor all over the hotel. However, it was incredibly busy and we had to ask for assistance twice. Besides that, perfect."
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9.3

Exceptional

225 reviews

Avg price per night
£ 450

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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.


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