Centurion Cabin & Spa Ladies1.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I have never stayed in a Japanese cabin before. I think I was expecting something smaller and more enclosed. Pleasantly surprised by the spaciousness and comfort of the curtained-off built-in bunks. Everything spotlessly clean, and enough toilets and washbasins on each floor. It was a bit surprising to have to leave the floor and go down the lifts to the basement for the showers. Don't forget your swipe cards or you won't be able to get back up in the lift, or into the sleeping level.
The last night in Japan we decided to spent in capsule hotel.We choose Centurion Cabin and Spa, it was very interesting experience. It's not typical capsule as in other hotels as you can see on photos.The "rooms" or just beds were separated with sliding very thin doors. Shared typical Japanese bathroom (see photos) was not acceptable for us but we were lucky and could take shower alone, without other ladies.The staff was nice and polite. The breakfast can be served even in the early morning but you need to order it the day before. The luggage can be stored at the beginning of the corridor or in common room. We can recommend this place for 1 night stand.
This was a horrible experience for us in Japan, the staff pretend to be really kind with a soft spoken voice and pretend they can’t understand your English when they don’t want to answer ( very disappointing for Japan ). The onsen for women in outside the building which is very uncomfortable, you can find other hotels in Tokyo with amazing onsen inside the building. The Wifi is very poor compared to other places we have stayed in the city and when you have kids they like to watch Netflicks in the evening but can’t due to the quality of the internet signal. They supply a kettle but no tea bags or coffee, it’s so stupid words can not describe how dumb this hotel is. I’m so guttered I have spent $400 per night and only receive a tiny room, hair in the bath room, staff the lie and the spa that you have to walked outside the building for......this is Japanese crap
I was in Tokyo for a week in this lovely place, where it was really clean, staff was super friendly and helpful en there is a sauna and hot (small, but okay) bath. Only if you’re tall you might have some problems of fitting in the cabin at least in the cheapest ones
the cabin hotel is great. Both types of rooms are good, and comfy. the "spa" side is also great. But what i loved the most is the common area where there is massage chair and other stuff which are great when you come back from a tiring day.
Everything is ok with this hostel: from beds to common room and the employees working there. As a woman, I'd just like to mention one problem : when you have your period, having no choice but to get shower with other guests IS NOT comfortable. Otherwise everything is fine.
Since I was staying at the Centurion Grand Akasaka, I was able to use the spa at the Centurion Cabin and Spa. I was greeted at the door, told to remove my shoes and put them in a locker. Then I was told that I could use the sauna (I chose not to, since it was 90 and humid outside), bath area, and foot spa, plus I was allowed one drink if I wanted. The bathing area was smallish, and the changing area was overheated from being so close to the bath area itself. There was no chance of being able to dry my hair while in the small, hot area with so many other women also trying to get ready. The bathing area was large enough to have several shower/wash zones, plus the big tub. The tub was not onsen water, but just clean, sento type water. It felt like any hot tub back home. The tub has color changing lights underwater as well. The part of the stay (my hour) I enjoyed the most was the foot bath: these are heated, ceramic beads in a bucket. You sit in the lounge area and enjoy the warmth. It felt great! I didn't get my drink though =/
The spa was really relaxing and chill. It's all women so everyone looked so relaxed, happy, and chill. There's a sauna that you can enjoy, and the foot bath was probably my favourite part. After an exhausting day of sightseeing, shopping, and walking, the foot bath was so relaxing. The cabin I stayed in was separated by paper doors, so it was extremely thin and I could hear other people snoring (quite loud) but I was pretty tired, so I fell asleep quickly. But people starting waking up at around 6-7am and they're quite loud when they get ready to leave.
I was a bit apprehensive about staying in a cabin hotel when my friend suggested it, but I had a great stay! We stayed for one Saturday evening, so that we could go out in Tokyo and have somewhere to rest our heads after. Reception at the hostel is 24 hour, which is great. Staff speak a reasonable amount of English, we had no problems. The hostel is very clean and welcoming. The whole building is women only which made it feel very safe and also gave a sense of camaraderie! There is a lobby with seats, heated foot spas and free drinks. The cabin area itself is well kept, although it did get warm at night. There is a locker room/changing area, and you are given pjs, sheets, hair brush, towels and a toothbrush. There is also face wash, makeup remover and moisturiser which you can use. The showers are communal, but very clean. There is also a sauna which you can use (you need to wear a robe from reception). Overall, I had a great stay! The place was so clean, staff were welcoming and I felt very safe! Would recommend this for a one or two night stay, but any longer might get a bit claustrophobic!
Centurion Cabin & Spa is very close to the Akasaka Mitsuke station. If you are traveling from Haneda. You can take the Keikyu line to shinbashi then change to ginza line to the Akasaka mitsuke station. Make sure you take the Bic Camera exit. You should be there in within 5 minutes. I had the deluxe cabin on the 4th floor. It's more quite. But space wise it's pretty much the same as the standard cabin on the 3rd floor. Because this place is ladies only, I felt pretty safe to be there for a couple nights. P.S. Please be considerate when you are in the cabin. There are no real walls in between, so if your phone goes off the whole floor would be able to hear it. Same goes for alarms and plastic bags. You would hate it if someone messing with plastic bags all night when you are trying to catch some sleep right? (Thanks goodness I had earplugs with me.)
- Close to National Diet Building and Tokyo Midtown
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Laundry facilities
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Akasaka, Centurion Cabin & Spa Ladies is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as National Diet Building and Tokyo Midtown. This 32-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, laundry facilities, and a 24-hour front desk.
Guests can enjoy a flat-screen TV and stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers a spring water bath, hair dryers, and bidets. Bathrooms are shared.
At Centurion Cabin & Spa Ladies, guests have access to a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and laundry facilities. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 67 reviews