great experiences just minutes by foot to roppongi if you like to party . See full review
Sep 29, 2014
nice business hotel at decent location
nice hotel. the room was decent for a single occupant. toilet was a little small but i guess its... See full review
Jul 9, 2012
Only a 5-minute walk from the Akasaka Station on Subway Chiyoda line. There is a convenience store next to the hotel. Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas (commercial and amusement complexes) are within a 5-minute walking distance. Roppongi Hills and the National Art Center, Tokyo are also easily accessible on foot. There are several room types for any use. Standard amenities are equipped. Internet access is available in all rooms. A restaurant is inside the hotel, serving Japanese and Western styled buffet for breakfast.
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Great location especially for Roppongi/Akasaka sites
Very good location but room is really too small.
Especially bathroom is so small you can hardly turn around in it. Very uncomfortble for average sized person from Overseas.
Regarding staff service, some staff are very professional but others
interact in very abrupt manner. Also please not very little English is spoken here.
The hotel is conveniently located close to the Akasaka metro station so travel around Tokyo is relatively easy. The staff is extremely well-mannered and helpful. The only inconvenient point is the room size which is very small. I estimate it at 15
square meters. I arrived with two large suitcases and had to continually move them to do anything.
There was also no drinking water supplied in the room. If you went to the front desk they would give you a 1/2 liter bottle but you had to go and ask for it.