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Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka
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Reviewed April 22, 2014

We had fun in the hotel location. You can find PICASSO store where you can buy GREEN TEA kitkat, green tea pocky, drink SAKE every night and etc.

The location is full of restaurants.

Nearby AKASAKA STATION AND AKASAKA-MITSUKE station.

The only thing we don't like, there is no space for your luggages which is the most important. The toilet and amenities are the best. but the room is too small! super small! especially if you have to pack/unpack or just to roam around the room, its too difficult.

Breakfast is serve but its all the same every day; rice, nori, misu soap, fish, nato and some orange juice.

But otherwise, everything else, is great.

  • Stayed: April 2014, traveled with family
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1  Thank Elaine B
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Reviewed April 11, 2014

We stayed at the hotel for 5 nights on the third floor which also happened to be on the same floor as the spa area. This ment that the air condition was continously heating the whole floor. Even though the room has its own ac control panel it is not possible to override its settings. This meant that we had to keep the window open to get some cool air while the ac pumped out heated air. We asked if it was possible to change the settings of the ac but this was not possible. Only open the windows. It was neither possible to get another room.

  • Stayed: April 2014
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2  Thank Ingvild I
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Reviewed February 12, 2014

Stayed in both standard and superior double rooms, space and bed are both bigger than the other business hotels. Newly setup hotel in an excellent location - akasaka, in between all tourist spots. Easily accessible from Akasaka-mitsuke and Akasaka subway metro stations. Many eateries within walking distance, open till late too.

The in-room humidifier was a good rescue to our dry winter skin. The 24H sauna(men only) located at 2F was a huge plus, free for guests. Breakfast served at lobby with a very small spread, not many seats available but they allow you to bring the food back to room :)

We were given umbrellas on rainy days from the lobby too.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank JefferyKoh
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Reviewed January 14, 2014

Tokyo has hundreds of small hotels like the Centurion in Akasaka. They are comfortable, efficient, clean and quiet, but that is all they are. That is, there is nothing truly exciting or memorable about them. With its complimentary Japanese buffet breakfast, the Centurion is a really good value for Tokyo, or any city for that matter. It is a couple blocks from two major subway lines which will take you to Tokyo Station, Shibuya or Shinjuku in less than 15 minutes. There are also plenty of restaurant options in this rather quiet neighborhood. So if you are simply looking for an inexpensive place to lay your head at night after whirling around the city, this is your hotel.

  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled solo
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3  Thank rscottwallace
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Stayed: April 2018, traveled with family
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