Ratings based on 30 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Carraha from New York
Would definitely stay here againPosted Aug 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
I was on a very tight budget for my recent trip to Tokyo. The hotel was not the biggest or the best, but it definitely covered all of the bases: 1. It was affordable 2. It was close to the Metro 3. There were a lot of local restaurants and businesses near by. If you are looking for a good deal on a hotel in Tokyo, this is the best deal in town, hands down.
for Everyoneby David from Abu Dhabi, UAE
Most disappointing hotel experience ever!!Posted Aug 27, 2013
Pros: The hotel staff were pleasant although limited in their ability to speak and understand English
Cons: The following need improvement: room and washroom size, comfortable beds, English speaking world news and wifi should be installed in rooms/floors
Location: The location was okay and very convenient to metro train, shopping and restaurants
If you are looking for a place to stay for maybe one night, at max, only if you can't find anything else then Akasaka Yoko maybe an option, of course, taken with a grain of salt! While the hotel staff was were pleasant and appeared very helpful, many were unable to speak and understand English, making any meaningful support very limited. The rooms were extremely small and the bed felt like you were lying on a concrete slab! Also, the washroom was painfully small, similar to the ones on a passenger jet. The television channels were all in Japanese with no access to English speaking world news nor wifi in the rooms (only available in the lobby, making the experience a complete drag and disappointing vacation. I would never stay there again nor would I recommend it anyone!
for Everyoneby Potter woman from Tochigi
Fairly practical locationPosted Aug 24, 2013
Fairly practical location, not too far to walk from Akasaka subway station on the Chiyoda line. The staff is nice and polite. The place is very clean but the room was quite small, but that is what to expect in crowded Tokyo I suppose. I wish they had a single bed in my room instead of a huge double bed that took all the space and made it feel cramped. But otherwise, it was ok, since I was there only to take a shower and change, go out, then back to sleep. In any other country this type of room would cost only half the price!
for Getaway With Friendsby Samer from San Diego
Better options availablePosted Aug 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
While this hotel may be a good choice in the Akasaka district, my experience here was not satisfactory. The staff are fine, but the price is too steep for the condition of the hotel (old rooms, TINY bathroom; stayed in a twin room...). I would recommend looking elsewhere.
for Business Travelersby Rainnie from Tw
Posted Jul 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
It Is a good location ,u can walking 5 min to eating more Japanese food,7-11is near by hotel .
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Stay herePosted Jul 16, 2013
Pros: Value for money and location.
Cons: They allow smoking in various parts but that is like most of Japan.
Location: Excellent location!
Highly recommended for a stay if you just want a great solid hotel in good location at a very reasonable price.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
A good hotel location near Akasaka Metro StationPosted Jul 12, 2013
Good location in Akasaka, with a 10min walk to any places to eat. Metro is 5min walk away from the hotel and is easy to get to areas like Shibuya & Shinjuku within 20-25min
for Everyoneby John from Sydney
Buy a routerPosted Jul 7, 2013
Pros: The female staff
Cons: The male staff and no wifi.
Location: Location is good.
The wifi is available almost everywhere in Tokyo except the 2nd floor. Seriously just buy a router it's not hard.
for Business Travelersby Brian from CT
Overall great for solo travelersPosted Jun 13, 2013
Pros: Daily maid service Great attitude Breakfast/Restaurant in the hotel Easy access to the subway station
Cons: Wireless internet (they only had a blue cord) Bigger bathroom space ATM inside for mastercard holders
Location: Roppongi is only about a ten minute walk , which is where you want to be if you are looking for nightlife. Convenience stores and fast food places.
I stayed only a week in Japan, and although the room wasn't that big, it was just right for my stay. The staff were always smiling and welcoming when I entered and exited. The weird thing for me was that I had to give back my room key every time I left the building. Don't lose your guest card because you need that to retrieve your key as you enter the hotel again. The maids cleaned my room and restocked towels every day around 10am, which I appreciated. The bathroom was super small considering I am 6'2", but got use to it. What I really liked was that check out time is 10am but I came off the subway late from staying over somewhere else and ended up not checking out till 10:30am, which they were fine with.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 12, 2013 on Hotels.com