Finding an ideal hotel in Kita does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Akabane, a nice option for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Kita, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Akabane is located a short distance from Josho-ji Temple (0.2 mi) and Kamegaike Benten (0.3 mi).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Akabane offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. Plus, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Akabane offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
If you like Spanish restaurants, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Akabane is conveniently located near Tapas Karaku and Akabane Spain Club Teratera.
If you are interested in exploring Kita, check out one of the history museums, such as Kita City Asukayama Museum and Tabata Memorial Museum of Writers and Artists.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Akabane looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Kita.
We had a great stay in a nice room with a super bed. The room was clean and comfortable. The wet unit was fully equipped and had added value to our stay. The breakfast was very good we choose the Japanese style breakfast from the buffet and enjoyed the delicious food. The hotel staff is very friendly and helpful.
DWs tend to have slightly larger rooms and beds than most Japanese business hotels, so if you like a little more space, it's a good choice, but a little more expensive. They offered single-cup brew packets of coffee, which was a nice touch for this jet-lagged gaijin. Breakfast was included in my rate; I usually don't take that option, and hit the streets and bakeries and Starbucks, but this was a nice breakfast with a lot of tasty nibbles, both Japanese and western, and English explanations which were reassuring. Very convenient to the South exit. Hint: take a low-numbered car to be near the South exit, or stay on the platform almost to the south end, as if you descend on the north side, you will either need to reascend, or leave via the North exit. The east side of the South exit puts you on a little alley that takes you past some- ahem- "gentlemen's clubs," (but not threatening) and a nice soba noodle shop, to the side entry of the hotel (not marked, but clearly there). Friendly staff; good AC at the beginning of hot rainy season; quiet.…
the staff are lovely and very helpful. rooms are decent size but are taken up mostly by the double bed in them. the bathrooms are a good size and very clean. close by to shops and the train staion with easy access to trains to Disneyland and electric city. rooms serviced daily
I had the chance to stay at this hotel for one night only, but enough to have an idea. Room ok (typical Japanese style), practical. Breakfast absolutely Japanese style, no western breakfast. Very close to Akabane station, about 1 hour from Haneda by train (or bus with direct connection).
The hotel is very near the subway station however we have gone a wrong path and make a big turn. Must do research properly before leaving the subway station. The area is quiet at night and a lot of mans standing around so it is quite dangerous for ladies. Room was small but comfy and the bathroom is real small but the necessities is there so everything is fine for us. We tried the shabu shabu in the hotel however due to some language barrier we don't really enjoy our dinner there. Plus point is the location, the staff and the room. Everything is great!