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I was arriving at Tokyo late and just wanted reasonable accommodation near the National Art Centre where I was visiting next day, and this hotel suited my purpose. It was within walking distance from the Art Centre and also the nearest station. There were also...More
Reception area smelt of tobacco. Rooms too small with thin walls. Staff look at you in horror if you try talking to them (maybe that was just me). However, it was cheap.
There's a Chinese restaurant next to reception which looked dull and was always...More
Hotel is near to Akasaka station and a lot of cheap restos and convenience stores are just around the place. The staff are friendly and accommodating. You can also use LAN cable for your laptop because there's no wifi available. Vending machines are also available...More
This hotel is in a good location, but the room quality is poor. I had a ripped bedspread which had the stuffing popping out of it. The room itself is very small, almost so small you can not fit in a suitcase at the end...More
The hotel room is very small and no wifi provided even when we want to pay for it!! You can only use the cable when you check in ( 4pm- very late). The receptionists are not really helpful. However, the bathroom is quite comfortable with...More
$64 - $156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.