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Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo

Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo

3 Stars

8-10-32 Akasaka Minato Ku Tokyo 107-0052


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Rating
Cleanliness 4.7
Facilities 3.7
Service 4.3
Location 4
Pricing 4
Overall 4.1
Providing comfort and functionality, Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo makes for a suitable base for travellers on vacation or business trip in the Japan capital. From this value-for-money hotel, tourists can venture to top Tokyo attractions like Tokyo Imperial Palace, Asakusa Shrine, Tsukiji Fish Market and Akihabara Electric Town. Vacationers also check out Ryougoku Sumo Hall after spending time at Bridgestone Museum of Art and Imperial Garden Theatre.

Location
Hotel Asia Center of Japan is set on Akasaka in the Minato District of Tokyo, near The National Art Center. While at Ueno Park, holidaymakers can take snapshots of the cherry blossoms or visit Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and National Museum of Western Art.

Rooms
The well-furnished rooms are appointed with air conditioning/heating, colour TV, Internet access, refrigerator, electric pot, writing desk, telephone and private bathroom with toiletries.

Restaurant
Guests at Hotel Asia Center Tokyo start the day with filling Japanese and Western-style breakfast buffet. Enjoy a variety of delectable dishes at in-house Restaurant Fuji.

General
Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo provides Wi-Fi access at the lobby area, six conference rooms and coin-operated laundry facility, personal computers and vending machines. Parking is available on site (at cost). Patrons watch concerts or other sporting events at Tokyo Dome during free time.

Additional Information

  • NOTICE: The hotel will be undergoing renovation works from March 28 until October 14, 2015. The works may generate some construction noise during daytime from 10:00a.m to 6:00p.m expect Sundays and Holidays. The management apologizes for the inconvenience it may cause. Schedule: Annex building - March 28 to Jun 30, 2015 and New building - July 1 to October 14, 2015. Hotel will completely be closed between October 7 to 14, 2015.

Hotel Facilities

  • Banquet Facilities
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Reception
  • Conference Facilities
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Laundry Services
  • Parking Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Currency Exchange Services
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Photocopying Facilities
  • Safe Deposit Box

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Internet Access
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Telephone

Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo Guest Reviews (136)


Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo
3 out of 5

pros; helpful staff, clean rooms and amenities, convenient location, good breakfasts, cons; only one english television channel and terrible movies options, one movie channel with a fixed schedule, and 2 adult channels that my 10 year old had easy access to until we found out about it!!

Al first time wrote on January 21, 2013


Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo
5 out of 5

Been staying in Tokyo hotels for past 6 years. Many more expensive but this is best by mile. Travelling with wife & 12 yo daughter. Super efficient front counter & excellent english. Very helpful with local knowledge & making bookings for you. Free bottled water in reception a nice touch. Excellent Western & Japanese breakfast included at restuarant located within the building. Excellent access to metro line (5 minute walk) servicing major destinations. Very good BBQ Grill (Yakiori) restaurant 3 minute walk from hotel. Go to end of street turn right down 50m on oposite side of road 1st floor above clam bar.

kilo58 wrote on January 20, 2013


Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo
5 out of 5

This hotel is a great find. Location is ideal: 3 subway lines are a 5 minute walk. To give you an idea of the neighborhood, it's three blocks from the Ritz Carleton and located on a very quiet street. The quietest rooms of any hotel I have ever stayed in. Lobby and rooms are spotless. Fluffy towels. Rooms are tiny but manageable. Included is a full buffet breakfast (American and Japanese food) with freshly baked breads. You can watch the baker at work. Obviously, I will stay here the next time I'm in Tokyo.

Yardsale wrote on December 3, 2011


Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo
4.8 out of 5

A few subway stations to Shibuya and Sinjiku. Also Ginza and Asakusa can be reached easily by Ginza-subway line. Roppongi is 15 minutes on foot for a evening walk. Nicely located just between residents area and modern offices. There are many good and reasonable restaurants near by. Perhaps slightly inconveninet for a beginner to reach the hotel. Take a limousine bus from Narita to Akasaka Tokyu Excel or Imperial hotel, from where one can take a taxi for JPY 900.-. Hotel price includes breakfast for foreign guests, which is great! This is my 4th stay at this hotel and my wife and I can rcommend this hotel for those who really want to enjoy Tokyo down town.

Anonymous wrote on August 9, 2011


Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo
5 out of 5

This was my first visit to Tokyo and I was very happy with my stay at this hotel. The service was outstanding - for eg when left to go for a walk and noticed it had started to rain - I turned to go back to my room but reception handed me an umbrella without me even asking. They were always friendly and efficient and handed me my key without me even saying the number! The breakfast was fantastic in a very pleasant room with gentle background music and staff continuously topping up supplies. Most importantly I slept extremely well in a quiet, comfortable and clean room. Thank you very much.

Deborah Taylor wrote on July 30, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall4.1 out of 5
Cleanliness4.7 out of 5
Facilities3.7 out of 5
Service4.3 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing4 out of 5

Hotel Asia Center Of Japan Tokyo Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

pros; helpful staff, clean rooms and amenities, convenient location, good breakfasts, cons; only one english television channel and terrible movies options, one movie channel with a fixed schedule, and 2 adult channels that my 10 year old had easy access to until we found out about it!!

Review by: Al first time
Date stayed January 21, 2013

5 out of 5

Been staying in Tokyo hotels for past 6 years. Many more expensive but this is best by mile. Travelling with wife & 12 yo daughter. Super efficient front counter & excellent english. Very helpful with local knowledge & making bookings for you. Free bottled water in reception a nice touch. Excellent Western & Japanese breakfast included at restuarant located within the building. Excellent access to metro line (5 minute walk) servicing major destinations. Very good BBQ Grill (Yakiori) restaurant 3 minute walk from hotel. Go to end of street turn right down 50m on oposite side of road 1st floor above clam bar.

Review by: kilo58
Date stayed January 20, 2013

5 out of 5

This hotel is a great find. Location is ideal: 3 subway lines are a 5 minute walk. To give you an idea of the neighborhood, it's three blocks from the Ritz Carleton and located on a very quiet street. The quietest rooms of any hotel I have ever stayed in. Lobby and rooms are spotless. Fluffy towels. Rooms are tiny but manageable. Included is a full buffet breakfast (American and Japanese food) with freshly baked breads. You can watch the baker at work. Obviously, I will stay here the next time I'm in Tokyo.

Review by: Yardsale
Date stayed December 3, 2011

4.8 out of 5

A few subway stations to Shibuya and Sinjiku. Also Ginza and Asakusa can be reached easily by Ginza-subway line. Roppongi is 15 minutes on foot for a evening walk. Nicely located just between residents area and modern offices. There are many good and reasonable restaurants near by. Perhaps slightly inconveninet for a beginner to reach the hotel. Take a limousine bus from Narita to Akasaka Tokyu Excel or Imperial hotel, from where one can take a taxi for JPY 900.-. Hotel price includes breakfast for foreign guests, which is great! This is my 4th stay at this hotel and my wife and I can rcommend this hotel for those who really want to enjoy Tokyo down town.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed August 9, 2011

5 out of 5

This was my first visit to Tokyo and I was very happy with my stay at this hotel. The service was outstanding - for eg when left to go for a walk and noticed it had started to rain - I turned to go back to my room but reception handed me an umbrella without me even asking. They were always friendly and efficient and handed me my key without me even saying the number! The breakfast was fantastic in a very pleasant room with gentle background music and staff continuously topping up supplies. Most importantly I slept extremely well in a quiet, comfortable and clean room. Thank you very much.

Review by: Deborah Taylor
Date stayed July 30, 2011

5 out of 5

This is the hotel that has left me a fantastic impression. It is very closed to a subway station. The room is always maintained clean. I like this cozy hotel. The only thing is that, Wi-Fi is only available in the main lounge, making it a bit inconvenient.

Review by: Hao Yu
Date stayed June 20, 2011

4.6 out of 5

My children and I found the hotel very comfortable and clean. It was near the subway lines and in an area not too busy. Walking distance to Roponggi and the shopping district. Adequate eateries ranging from quick take away's to classy dining. I would stay there again anytime I visit Tokyo.The staff were very very friendly and helpful.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 6, 2011

4.8 out of 5

This is in a great location, shopping, food and close to train station exit . But as with most Japanese hotel the rooms are small as is the bathroom. We would definitely stay again and can rcommend.

Review by: John Wolfe
Date stayed March 9, 2011

4 out of 5

The room was small but very clean and well maintained. The shower had a tendency to lose the cold water input for a few milliseconds, resulting in extremely hot stream for long enough to sense it but not get burnt. Staff are very good and have excellent english language abillity. Close to two subway stations. Breakfast is nothing special.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed March 3, 2011

4.6 out of 5

We had a lot of trekking from the station and underground to get to hotel, but we managed. First time in Tokyo. We shared a triple room and while tight the room had everything we needed. Noisy air conditioner would be the only negative. Excellent staff and it certainly helped being able to speak English with them. Breakfast included was a real bonus and a generous meal. Great to also get complimentary water. An excellent stay.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 17, 2011

4.6 out of 5

staff are very friendly and always willing to help. If you're a person who travels to enjoy your trip and not stay in your hotel room then this hotel is the place. Located near Roppongi and easy access to the Underground Rail System, this hotel is the place to be. The food was nothing exravagant, breakfast anyway, but a good start to the day.

Review by: Stylianos Polichroniadis
Date stayed December 9, 2010

4 out of 5

The room was compact but comfortable (I was in a single). The room had wired internet that worked very well but no wireless. The breakfast was pretty good. The hotel is about a 5-minute walk from the subway with access to three lines, about 15 minutes from Tokoyo Midtown, a large shopping a business center that is well worth a visit. The room rate was very reasonable (it was the least expensive of the three options I'd been given by my Japanese contacts) and I was more than pleased with the hotel at that price--my expectations were relatively low.

Review by: William Kimber
Date stayed November 30, 2010

4.8 out of 5

Excellent service from the cleaning staff. I usually leave the ' Do Not Disturb' sign on for the duration of my hotel stays but this is the first time that any hotel has left new sets of towels daily outside my door, neatly packed in white paper bags! The double rooms were quite large. The distance from Aoyama-itochome exit 4 is only about 200m so travelling was a cinch!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 19, 2010

4.4 out of 5

It could do with a larger breakfast selection but overall, it's a very good hotel to stay at - both long and short term.

Review by: Chin Weng Yap
Date stayed October 25, 2010

4.6 out of 5

The hotel was simple but nice. Everything was clean, the location was great and the room was surprisingly large. They had free mineral water at reception and free Internet, which was definitely a bonus (wired, just connect the LAN cable and off you go). The window opened, which was nice to let some air in, and there was a hot water kettle and complimentary green tea. The bathroom was one of those tiny little Japanese cubicles, but functional. We couldn't have asked for anything more. Definitely recommended.

Review by: Nabil El-Arnaouty
Date stayed September 29, 2010

4 out of 5

It is a very nice place and location to stay. Most Staffs know English which is very helpful.

Review by: Yang Cheng
Date stayed September 7, 2010

5 out of 5

It's a nice hotel with clean rooms. The rooms are small but with the price and location it's a bargain. The hotel is located close to Shibuya and several other shopping locations. The subway station is a five minute walk away from the hotel and it will take you all around the city. Internet connection is included in the price, but make sure that you have a LAN-connection on your laptop/tablet because there's no WiFi-connection. I've stayed twice at this hotel and it has fulfilled my expectations both times.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed August 30, 2010

5 out of 5

Nice, well located near interesting sightseeing spots. Helpfull staff, good service. Fair price, especially for a limited family budget. Room for 3 people was big enought. I strongly recommend.

Review by: Daniela Velichova
Date stayed August 16, 2010

4.8 out of 5

This was my second stay during the last three years. This time I stayed at this hotel for a week and I started liking this hotel may be its because the bath tub was bigger and the breakfast was good and reasonable but I think it was really because of this fantastice location. You can reach Roppongi, Akasaka and Shibuya on foot easily. There is a underground station where you have access to at least 4 major lines, which takes you to various parts of Tokyo easily. Cold mineral water bottles were free, which was much appreciated during the hot summer season.

Review by: Tadashi Yamanaka
Date stayed July 27, 2010

4.6 out of 5

We had a very pleasant 3-day stay at Hotel Asia Center of Japan. The room was comfortable and clean, and we enjoyed the cultural exchange at breakfast.

Review by: Hannah Druckman
Date stayed June 30, 2010

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