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ANA InterContinental Tokyo
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"The ANA Intercontinental is really a tale of two stories. The Pros. The location is unbeatable within 10 min walk to 4 subway stations with access to many different lines to get around the city. It is conveniently located to bustling restaurant / nightlife hubs of Roppongi and Akasaka. Also it is connected to a commercial complex called Ark Hills which has about 10-15 restaurant options. The food we experienced was limited to the breakfast buffet and a Japanese breakfast but we thought both were high quality. The facilities are great, including a nice gym which is also well appointed, a few shops within the hotel (eg pastry shop and a cigar store), and a nice bar on the top floor. Lastly, the price was fantastic for the Christmas period. Frankly it was the best 4.5 Star hotel we could find for the price. The cons boil down to 2 things: the room quality (presumably only non-club floors?) is really not great; more similar to a 3.5 Star. Also front desk staff was slow."
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8.3

Excellent

660 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 226
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"I thoroughly enjoyed my stay of 11 nights at this hotel in late March, early April 2013. Location. It is located in Akasaka, on a hill right behind Hie-Jinja, a major Shinto shrine of Tokyo. One can see the hotel from Sotobori-dori, the main thoroughfare that runs in front of the shrine. But there is no access to the hotel from Sotobori-Dori. By car, one has to drive into a side street then up the hill. On foot, it is best to go up the shrine and follow a hidden footpath to the main hotel entrance. This means that the establishment is pretty much protected from the hubbub of Sotobori-Dori. There is a secluded luxury to such a location. This is very Japanese (or French for that matter.) True luxury is never displayed ostentatiously but kept somewhat hidden. However, seclusion in this case does not mean isolation. Indeed, one simply has to go up to the shrine from the hotel, go down the main staircase to Sotobori-dori, and cross to the other side to find oneself in the action of the back alleys of Akasaka. Shops, restaurants, bars, nightclubs of all stripes. Going up Sotobori-dori, one soon runs into Aoyama-dori, another major thoroughfare lined with all manners of fancy establishments, for example a dealer for McLaren cars! In a nutshell, this location combines the best of both worlds: quiet uncrowdedness but not too far from the ‘action’ should one chooses to partake. This is a rare combination in Tokyo. Places like Shibuya and Shinjuku are quite lively but there, one could never escape from the crush of humanity. Finally, I enjoyed very much going through the shrine everyday as I came and went. Transportation. There is a subway station right below the hotel. One can take the elevator in front of the bell captain’s desk down to the station. Officially it is Tameike-sanno but like most subway stations in Tokyo, it is linked via tunnels to many neighboring stations. In this case, one could walk from Tameike-sanno to Kokkai-gijidomae, and even Nagata-cho and Akasaka"
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9.1

Exceptional

771 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 446
The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"This is the best hotel i ever stay in means of the services that offered by the staffs. Since this is my first visit to Japan, Tokyo, I was quite unsure that I would did allright as people told be that Japan could be difficult as mostly japanese aren't speaking in english and taxi are so expensive that you have to travel mostly by train or subways which directions and istructions are all in japanese. since the first time i step my foot in the hotel, all the staff are so welcoming and thoughful and caring. They seemed to understand that we would need all the help we could possible get and they keep on offering help all the time. And they all so polite and nice. They will make sure and keep ion checking if we are comfortable all the time.For example, as we brought our 3years old twin girls with us, we planned on going to disneyland, then we asked the consierge to give us direction on how to get there, what they did is that they provide us with a printed map and step by step instruction typed nicely on a piece of paper on how to get there, which line of train should we hopped into,where shuld we get of for the next train and how long the walk and whichway to go. Amazingly they do this everytime you asked them direction to go somewhere. Theycan even buy you advance ticket to dysney by charging little extra if you afraid of the ticket to be sold out. They do your postal for you so no need to go to the post office on your own, they called the money changer if you want to exchange money to make sure that they have enough for you to exchange. And so many little things that, enat they offer that make our holiday a pleasent,enjoyable and a delighful one.Mostly the staffs are all speak a fluent english that hardly found in tokyo"
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8.8

Excellent

129 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 971
The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho a Luxury Collection Hotel
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"My husband and I have certainly stayed in bigger and more expensive suites, but we've never had the level of customer service we enjoyed here. We were showered with polite attention, champagne, a free sake tasting, delicious food up in the club (which was a part of the suite we booked), and polite attentiveness. The room and bathroom were also incredible. We overlooked the location of the original Imperial Palace, and taking a bath with floor to ceiling windows above the 30th floor was a treat. We also enjoyed the restaurant and cocktail bar. It was our last evening in Japan on our honeymoon, so we decided to splash out both on the hotel and on dinner at the contemporary Japanese restaurant. The food was delicious and the presentation innovative and playful. I think the only slight down note was the service in the bar area. The bar itself is stunning -- like the decor all over the hotel. However, it was incredibly busy and we had to ask for assistance twice. Besides that, perfect."
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9.3

Exceptional

231 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 680
First Cabin Akasaka
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"This is a nice place. I stayed there for 5 nights and had a pleasant experience. The only 2 things need to be addressed are 1) staffs at the front desk speak very little English. I had problem with my booking and it took an hour to resolve the issue... mostly because of the communication; and 2) all guests cannot check in until 5 PM. If you have an overnight flight and arrive early morning (just as in my case), you will have to go wander in the city for many hours before you can check in. However, the hotel can store your luggage for free of charge. I had a long flight and wanted to take shower and change but I could not. That is a bit nuisance. Other than that it was a wonderful experience. I would stay at First Cabin Akasaka again and would be better prepared next time. "
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8.7

Excellent

551 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 31
Akasaka Residence
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
Avg price per night
$ 83
Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka Mitsuke Station
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"We were a traveling couple who stayed 5 nights in Tokyo on a sightseeing vacation. The Centurion Grand Akasaka was the ideal hotel for us. It was very clean, the staff were all very friendly and the rooms had some nifty amenities. The hotel is ideally located about a 2 minute walk to the Akasaka subway station where you are pretty much on a main line to get anywhere you need to go to see Tokyo. The surrounding area also has a lot of nice restaurant choices, a kareoke bar, and all kinds of cool shops. The room itself (the queen bed room) was fairly small and a little cramped with baggage, but for Tokyo, I suppose this size of room comes with the territory. The larger bed was a good decision for us. It was very comfortable. The hotel restaurant offers yogurt, granola, soup and some baked treats as their breakfast. Everything you need to head out on your Tokyo adventure - but don't expect the egg and bacon western style you might be accustomed to. This again comes with the territory. Overall, for the price this was a very good place to rest our weary heads after long days of sightseeing and we were very satisfied with our stay."
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8.5

Excellent

2071 reviews

Toyamaken Akasaka Kaikan
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
7.2

Very good

1 review

TF Cozy Studio in Roppongi 21110
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"1. Hope have a free TV to watch 2. The door lock is open difficult 3. Akasaka station to room is shortest distance"
7.7

Very good

4 reviews

ANA InterContinental Tokyo
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
"The ANA Intercontinental is really a tale of two stories. The Pros. The location is unbeatable within 10 min walk to 4 subway stations with access to many different lines to get around the city. It is conveniently located to bustling restaurant / nightlife hubs of Roppongi and Akasaka. Also it is connected to a commercial complex called Ark Hills which has about 10-15 restaurant options. The food we experienced was limited to the breakfast buffet and a Japanese breakfast but we thought both were high quality. The facilities are great, including a nice gym which is also well appointed, a few shops within the hotel (eg pastry shop and a cigar store), and a nice bar on the top floor. Lastly, the price was fantastic for the Christmas period. Frankly it was the best 4.5 Star hotel we could find for the price. The cons boil down to 2 things: the room quality (presumably only non-club floors?) is really not great; more similar to a 3.5 Star. Also front desk staff was slow."
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8.3

Excellent

660 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 226

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