"The hotel is excellant and very convenient for tra"
The garden restaurant is very nice with beautiful views but Unfortunstely it was the Golden Week holiday season and very crowded. The Jspanese garden is very beautiful . The Restaurants are very nice but a bit expensive.
Traveller from Sydney
Located in Akasaka, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Akasaka Palace and National Diet Building. Tokyo Imperial Palace and …More
Near to Akasake Mitsuke, Akasaka Itchome, Nagatacho - 4 metro lines. Right next to a police station - doesn't it make it very safe? Neighbourhood is certainly clean, near commercial buildings and walking distance to retails shops and restaurant.
Only sad lament is the semi-double bed is rather small - just ok for small size females sharing. Room also very small. No in room safe for us.
Traveller from Singapore
In the center of Akasaka, this 13-story hotel is less than two km (one mile) from the Imperial Palace and Roppongi Hills.More
Great hotel with amazing levels of service. This was our second visit and we were given a room on the 26th floor so we had a great view of the parliament buildings and the Tokyo skyline. The hotel is easily accessible with the subway which you can access from floor B2. We didn't eat in the hotel but there are many options should you want to. There's a Starbucks in the adjoining Sanno building which is handy. Would definitely stay again!
Traveller from Sheffield UK
Located in Akasaka, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hie Shrine, Tokyo Imperial Palace, and National Diet Building …More
We enjoyed our stay at Tokyu Stay - good location on main street about 2 miles from Skinjuku - or one subway stop. Room was well appointed with nice outside balcony with great view. Good place to watch the Typhoon and earthquake we had during our 2 day stay. I am returning to Tokyo in 3 weeks and would stay here again.
Traveller from Waquoit
This family-friendly Tokyo hotel is located in the business district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Akasaka Palace and Tokyo National …More
I enjoyed staying at the Hotel Grand Fresa for vacation. I had low expectations for room quality/size, however I was pleasantly surprised. My boyfriend and I shared a standard room together and had minimal issues with the size of the room. There also are fantastic noodle shops on the street, which accounted for 80% of the food I ate while in Tokyo. Overall, this was a wonderful hotel, staff was friendly, and it was a very convenient location.
Traveller from Miami, FL
Located in Akasaka, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Akasaka Sacas, Tokyo Midtown, and National Diet Building. Tokyo …More
Posh hotels and a good selection of mid-range restaurants can be found in this area bordering Ginza’s northwest side. Sights in themselves, hotels include the New Otani complex, featuring a garden that was once owned by a Tokugawa regent, and ANA Hotel Tokyo, which has skyline views rivaling those of Tokyo Tower.