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Hotel Asia Center of Japan - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Asia Center of Japan

8-10-32, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Clean rooms great staff"
The rooms are VERY small, but if you're traveling on your own then it's just enough space to sleep. The staff is very nice and great amenities (they have everything there) Good location
Traveller from O
Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka - Tokyo Hotels

Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka

3-19-3 Akasaka, Tokyo - Map
"Good size rooms in a fantastic location"
The hotel is situated about 3 minutes walk from a subway station, which connects 5 different lines. So the ability to get anywhere is great. There are about 50 restaurants within 5 minutes walk also, so good options for dinner. We had a room which was perfect for a family - 2 queen beds and 2 single beds. Enough space (a little cramped, but we were not there that often). The only downside was the continental breakfast was very basic, and the eating area pretty small. But this was only a minor criticism. Overall an excellent place to stay.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
APA Hotel Hanzomon Hirakawacho - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Hanzomon Hirakawacho

1-3-4, Hirakawacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Great location and value for money"
Location is great - less than 5min stroll to Hanzamon No.1 exit, but also within 7-8 min of Nagatacho for additional metro options. Quiet area, nice little local places to eat great inexpensive Japanese food. It is not 5-star luxury, but if that's what you are after, then you would be on a bigger budget. For a great price, you get a clean room and facilities in a nice convenient and quiet location. The buffet breakfast is worth adding on - plenty of variety (local and western cuisine) and takes the hassle out of finding breakfast options each day. Sure, the rooms are not huge, but if you want wide open spaces, then you wouldn't be visiting Tokyo!.
Traveller from Melbourne
Toshi Center Hotel - Tokyo Hotels

Toshi Center Hotel

2-4-1 Hirakawa-cho, Tokyo - Map
"Pleasant Stay"
The hotel is used for mostly business conferences on the lower level, the hotel is indeed in a business district. A convenience store across the street. Staff were helpful and accomondating since i missed my flight and had to change reservation. For smokers there is smoking rooms on floor 5-7. Overall a pleasant stay.
Traveller from Toronto
Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka - Tokyo Hotels

Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka

3-12-3 Akasaka, Tokyo - Map
Nice accommodation, clean and not crowded. the capsule got just quite warm during the night.
A Traveller
Hotel New Otani Tokyo Garden Tower - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel New Otani Tokyo Garden Tower

4-1 Kioi-Cho, Tokyo - Map
"Great location, terrible bed!!!!"
I always come to this hotel, but I don't remember the bed ever being so bad. Hard as cement. I had to request a "softo pad" which they had, thank goodness. I was in the Garden and the gym in this tower was terrible. Everything was out of order except for one very squeeky eliptical. I had to walk all the way over to the Main tower to work out. I'll likely come back again because I know the area so well...but I will be more prepared and request a soft bed in advance.
A Traveller
Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu - Tokyo Hotels

Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu

2-14-3 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Clean, convenient, and comfortable"
Check in was quick and hassle free. Room was clean, and a typical (small) size for a Japanese hotel room. Bathroom was nicer and more comfortable than expected. Great location - right at a metro station and a number of good shops and restaurants nearby. Only ate one meal at the hotel, the Japanese breakfast, which was very nice, though perhaps a hair on the pricey side for what you get. Basically, I needed a comfortable room to sleep in on a quick trip, and this hotel more than met my needs. Didn't have time to explore the rest of the hotels offerings beyond the room and the breakfast. Check out was also quick and friendly.
Traveller from DC
Hotel Grand Fresa Akasaka - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Grand Fresa Akasaka

6-3-17 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo - Map
Lovely hotel and great staff service. However, the rooms are rather small, although OK for people who want to spend the time outside. No hotel breakfast offered. The little cafe at the ground floor is nice, but with only few choices. The hotel is nicely situated in an area that is safe and with great inexpensive restaurant choices. Greatly recommended.
A Traveller
In the Akasaka business district, this hotel is next door to the Tokyo Metro and one km (one-half mile) from Roppongi …More
Mitsui Garden Hotel Yotsuya - Tokyo Hotels

Mitsui Garden Hotel Yotsuya

1-24 Yotsuya, Tokyo - Map
"Nice hotel"
Hotel is good in a nice area. Not too far from central Tokyo. Room was very small and the mattress in the room (and the springs below) were sunken and caused severe lower back pain. Hotel changed the mattress which was a little better. Overall, get s bigger room and I think that you will enjoy your stay
A Traveller
APA Villa Hotel Akasaka-Mitsuke - Tokyo Hotels

APA Villa Hotel Akasaka-Mitsuke

3-19-10 Akasaka, Tokyo - Map
"Great area of the city for first-time exploration "
The rooms are very small - typical I think for Japan. The hotel's location is ideal for walking a bit and is close to two Metro stations.
A Traveller

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    Posh hotels and a good selection of mid-range restaurants can be found in this area bordering Ginza’s northwest side. Sights in themselves, hotels include the New Otani complex, featuring a garden that was once owned by a Tokugawa regent, and ANA Hotel Tokyo, which has skyline views rivaling those of Tokyo Tower.

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