The hotel is right behind AkasakaMitsuke station, which has an underground walkway linking it to Nagatacho, providing very good transport to the rest of Tokyo.
The hotel itself is very compact! It has a very small but pleasant lobby, and the rooms are also small, but very comfortable and clean.
Our stay included breakfast at the adjoining Excelsior Cafe, which we really enjoyed. I can highly recommend the lightly toasted ham salad sandwich! A very nice start to the day.
Although there is no restaurant in the hotel (where would they put it??) it is surrounded by many izakaya, gyudon restaurants, etc. It's a really destination for salarymen after work, which is always fun to see! There's a slight seedy feel to the area as it's full of Pachinko parlours and Hostess clubs but I felt totally safe and comfortable at the hotel. There was a Hooters opening up opposite when we stayed!
All in all this is a simple hotel offering a comfortable nights sleep :)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- the b akasaka-mitsuke, is in the center of Akasaka's lively shopping, dining and entertainment district. Just a few minutes' walk from Akasaka-mitsuke subway station, it is also close walking distance to Akasaka Sacas Biz Tower and the Act Theatre. Close by is the Imperial Palace, the Diet Building and the shopping areas of Omote-Sando, Ginza and Shinjuku and Shibuya, with the entire city easily accessible. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Sunroute Akasaka
- Sunroute Akasaka Minato
- The b Akasaka-Mitsuke Tokyo, Japan