Very large rooms for Japan. Wonderful area to Tokyo and close to metro akasaka stop -1 minute walk. ( go out #2 exit) . No breakfast though included but reasonable priced. There a lot of food choices close by.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 【TWENTY FOUR / The Hotel that Never Sleeps】 Akasaka, once the flourishing world of geisha and rickshaws, is now a city of eager businessmen surrounded by high-rise buildings. No matter the era, it has been a city of sleepless people. Work, have fun, and travel in true Akasaka-style. We named our hotel “INNSOMNIA” through the combination of the words “INN”, as in a small hotel that offers a dining space, and “INSOMNIA”, which represents the sleepless people. Freely enjoy your stay at our hotel that never sleeps to keep up with the city that’s bustling 24 hours a day. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Avanshell Akasaka Hotel
- Hotel The M Akasaka Innsomnia Tokyo, Japan