Small but very clean, this hotel best serves those who like to walk as the nearest metro station is some distance. The hotel is on top of a hill, next to the Tokyo Broadcasting Service, and is very quiet at night. It seems slightly out of the way, but your walks in any direction are rewarding.
Breakfast was 1000 yen -- food, nothing fancy, and I had better elsewhere for the same price.
If you have only light luggage then you can walk to the Metro. However, with anything heavy you will need to catch a taxi from the taxis lined up at the large business building opposite. My mid-afternoon (light traffic) taxi ride to Tokyo Station cost 1600 Yen.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the hub of the business, entertainment, dining and shopping districts of cosmopolitan Akasaka. Close-by is TBS Studios, Akasaka Sacas and two major subway stations providing easy access to Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku and Omote Sando. A short walk away you’ll find the Imperial Palace and the popular nightlife and entertainment area of Roppongi including Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown, Suntory Museum of Art and the National Art Centre. The hotel also features Image SPA facility. ... more less
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