Easy to find, for located right in front of the huge Toyokawa Inari Shrine and next to Akasaka Police Station, on a main street. Though you need to walk nearly for 5 minutes from Akasaka Metro Station (Chiyoda Line and Marunouchi Line).
Rooms are rather small, so if you prefer to have more space, you should choose a superior room, and not a standard one, which will make a large difference (as I saw both).
Breakfast is provided both in Japanese and Western style, in a cozy, not so big banquet room.
I love the neighborhood of Akasaka, for being much quieter and settled than Shinjuku or Shibuya.
Amenities are good enough, but I prefer bath towels to be thicker and softer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel recreates the style of a London townhouse, combining classical elegance with modern practicality, ensuring the building blends in well with the plush surroundings of Aoyama-dori. In addition, the stylish grey and white facade, mixed with soft tones of limestone, provide a splendid contrast to the greenery around Akasaka. Meanwhile, the central location means that for business and leisure travellers alike, it is extremely convenient for access to the major hubs of Shibuya, Shinjuku and Tokyo Station. Please come and enjoy a relaxing and leisurely stay in the midst of the city. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Monterey Akasaka Minato
- Monterey Akasaka Hotel Minato
- Hotel Monterey Akasaka Tokyo, Japan