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7-6-13 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo-to107-0052 Japan | 0203 027 8675 (Call cost)
out of 75 reviews
“Just the Internet connection from your room.”
Overall is good and pleasing. There is one problem with the internet sevice. If there is a of people using, you will have no internet connection from your room.
“nice and quite”
The b Akasaka a very nice and quiet hotel.
“Off the beaten path, but very nice”
This is a lovely place, and the staff were so accommodating and friendly. Free internet, via ethernet cable, in room was great and fast. Quiet neighborhood in a corporate part of town, so not much nightlife nearby. Get a good subway map and go to Shibuya and Shinjuku.
B Akasaka is a great place to stay especially if you want to be near the nightlife of Roppongi (A short walk or one stop on the tube). I booked a twin room, although travelling alone, as it didn't cost much more. Japanese beds aren't always built for six foot plus guys. The staff were very friendly and polite and spoke good English. When I arrived they gave me a pack containing, among other things, a very useful guide book and map, in English. Something I had failed to find, in a week of searching, on a previous visit to Tokyo. The room was very clean and comfortable. It had a large bathroom , hot high-pressure shower etc.. Only downside was that it was smaller than you'd expect if you were in Europe, say. I wouldn't be surprised, though, if this was the case with most Japanese hotels - at a reasonable price. Really easy to get there. Take the JR Narita Express from the airport to Tokyo main station. You can walk through the station to Otemachi tube station for the Chiyoda line (Just follow the signs for Chiyoda line). Get the tube to Akasaka. At Akasaka, leave by exit 6. It's not the closest exit to the hotel but some of the other exits are closed from early evening onwards. Turn right, walk about 200 mtrs and you get a local police office, signposted "Koban 5". Turn right again and up the hill. You can see the hotel sign, from there. It's another 200 mtrs or so up a steep hill. The road turns right then left and you are there.
“can't wait to be back...”
it was the most amazing hotel ever. loved it. yes, it drizzled when i first walked out of akasaka station exit 6, but the little street was quaint and cosy. yes, that terribly steep slope towards the hotel, but what's a little trouble exercise after lunch or dinner. oh how small yet cute the lobby was and the free coffee. oh how tiny the room was but look at that shower! u have no idea how close it is to tokyo midtown and roppongi. u have no idea how cool the streets near the hotel are at night. i loved it loads...
“Great location, friendly and clean”
Great hotel location and the staff were very helpful. Clean compact rooms with everything you need.
Awesome location, amenities and price. Good deal in any city, but especially Tokyo. 5 min walk from subway and 10 minute walk to Roppongi Hills.
“Ideal for a short stay”
In this small but chic hotel, all of the staff were very attentive and keen to assure a great experience of the hotel. For a single traveller, an ideal place for short stay. The single room is small but comfortable, a good location, plenty of ready useful information available for the non native. Free broadband internet access is a great benefit for those travelling with a laptop. Great value!
“clean, comfortable, convenient”
i spent 2 nights at the b akasaka with my girlfriend. the room, though considered small, was very clean and well designed. the hotel is quiet, modern, trendy and no more than 3-7min away from 3 different subway stations. also the food in the italian restaurant adjacent to the lobby was very very good. it was a very pleasant and restful experience at a decent price. i highly recommend this hotel.
“A real gem”
what a find, great location, very stylish and wonderful breakfasts. Rooms are small, but what else do you really need in Tokyo! A mix of travelers and business folk seem to stay and the breakfast choice was either western or more local - so you can still get your fix of miso or toast, depending on your mood.