Location is the reason why youll want to stay here. For close to the train station and easy walk to Rappongi district where there are plenty of restaurants, shops, and bars to checkout in your evenings.
The hotel itself is ok - meets the 3 star quality though the rooms are really quite small. They recommended putting our luggages below the bed to save space, but our luggages didnt fit. No wi-fi available in the rooms which is a bit of a drag. The washrooms are really small - there;s a very good chance that you'll bump into the walls a few times taking a shower.
A nice thing that hotel provided is free water bottles in the lobby for your rooms- nice perk for a 3 star hotel.
We also had stayed at the Citadines hotel in Tokyo for part of our trip - that hotel was a much more pleasant experience for the same price, but the location for Akasaka Yoko was much better. Always will be trade offs in Tokyo - just need to prioritize which factors you care about most.
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- Akasaka Yoko Hotel offers 245 guest rooms and suites thoughtfully appointed to make your stay comfortable. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Akasaka Yoko
- Akasaka Yoko Minato
- Akasaka Yoko Hotel Tokyo, Japan