Very good place for single. But my bad luck with another guy snoring badly
a quiet and relaxing place，the price is affordable
The hotel was great the three person room was smaller then a room in the states but had the room we needed to rest easily after a long of site seeing. The frontdesk staff helped us alot. I wanted to book a dinner reservation at a restaurant for my wife's birthday and we could not get it done in the ...
Good place and near metro station
Great location! It was close to the subway, and many restaurants and convenience stores (Lawson’s, 7-11 and Family Mart). Staff was very friendly and helped us book tours and reservations. Room was a good size for 5 of us.
Changed to bigger room as no drawers & space in "wardrobe" inadequate to store suitcase, access under bed not available either. Too small for week stay.
The Monterey Hotel Akasaka was situated in a quiet area but subway stations are closed by. The hotel is a bit old but with well maintenance, amenities are fully equipped. Cleanliness is super, staffs are very friendly and helpful. I like this hotel.
The staff is friendly, rooms are small but clean and well maintained with the exception of the washing feature of the toilet. The breakfast was adequate but nothing special. It has a small fitness room that is okay. The location is good with lots of restaurants and bars close by, ten minutes walk ...
It was a nice hotel. The room was small but maybe that's not unusual for a budget hotel in Tokyo
The capital of Japan, Tokyo, boasts many vibrant areas. Akasaka is situated about 1 mile from the middle of the city.
The Disneyland® Tokyo, Tokyo Sky Tree and the Sensoji Temple are just a sample of the visitor attractions you can visit while in Tokyo.
One of Tokyo's premier tourist attractions, Tokyo Imperial Palace, is situated near Akasaka.
Visitors wishing to stay within a short stroll from Tokyo Imperial Palace, should check out The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo and The Peninsula Tokyo.
Visitors who'd like to base themselves not far from the Kabuki-za Theatre will discover many great accommodations to choose from. Akasaka options recommended by Expedia include The Tokyo Station Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Ginza, Royal Park Hotel, Daiichi Hotel Tokyo and Hotel Okura Tokyo.
Investigate the schedule of events and savor a hit of culture at Kabuki-za Theatre. It offers a variety of theater productions for most tastes and interests. If you want to sleep close by, two of the leading hotels are the 1/3rd Residence Serviced Apartments Nihonbashi and KKR Hotel Tokyo. Shop up a storm, run some errands or just enjoy a relaxed drink at Mitsukoshi, a major shopping destination for both local and international visitors. You’ll also find good accommodation within easy reach of this sight, such as the Daiichi Hotel Annex and APA Hotel Shintomicho-Ekimae.
One of Akasaka's cheaper hotels is the Centurion Cabin & Spa – Caters to Women.
Whether you're after a caffeine fix, a sugary treat or a quick bite, ビーフcheeseパイ ? is a fabulous place to recharge your batteries while you're in Akasaka. Those that are in need of something heartier will enjoy the menu at Sawa Sushi. The fun doesn't have to end there. When the sun starts to go down, raise a glass to a terrific day out at KINOKUNI赤坂.
Our goal is to ensure your experience in Akasaka is one you will remember forever. Our Tokyo vacation travel guide and Tokyo hotels page are good resources to help you to find out all about this destination.