My girlfriend and I (along with a couple we were travelling with) spent 3 nights at the Centurion Residential Akasaka Hotel.
This is a small, clean comfortable hotel with extremely friendly and helpful, english-speaking staff.
Akasaka is much quieter than areas such as Shibuya & Shinjuku so it's a good place to find a quieter bar or restaurant to relax and recharge
The hotel room was a litte bright at night, and you do get some street noise but not too bad - This is made up for with a very comfortable bed and a great shower.
This hotel isn't big on frills, however is perfect if you are looking for somewhere to stay while you spend the majority of your time out and about exploring Tokyo.
The front and back entrances of the hotel put you directly onto walking streets with plenty of nearby restaurants and bars in either direction you walk - it's also a 5 minute walk (probably less) from 2 separate subway stations with plenty of taxi waiting areas nearby if you need.
Our group agreed that we'd look to stay here again on our next visit to Tokyo, nice comfortable hotel and great price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In central Tokyo, Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka is a 1-minute walk from Akasaka subway station and a 3-minute walk from Akasaka Mitsuke subway station. Each modern room has free wired internet access, and free Wi-Fi is available in the public areas of the hotel. The air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV with a DVD player, a washing machine and a safe. Guests can use the fridge and electric teakettle in the kitchenette. The private bathroom includes a shower booth and a hairdryer. Nightwear is provided and complimentary mineral water is available for all guests. Massages can be requested for an extra cost, and luggage storage and dry cleaning services are available at the 24-hour front desk. A Wi-Fi router can be borrowed for a deposit, which will be returned upon check-out. A solarium is also available (charges apply). Wine Bar Oscar serves café menus and a Western-style breakfast. Uchon serves homemade Korean dishes for dinner. Akasaka Centurion Residential Hotel is a 25-minute walk from the Imperial Palace and a 5-minute walk from Hie Shrine. Tokyo Station is a 15-minute drive and Haneda Airport is a 40-minute train ride from the property. Narita International Airport is a 75-minute train ride from the hotel. Minato is a great choice for travelers interested in friendly people, food and culture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka Tokyo, Japan