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the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo

the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo

3 Stars

7-6-13 Akasaka Minato Ku Tokyo 107-0052


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Rating
Cleanliness 4
Facilities 5
Service 4
Location 4
Pricing 5
Overall 4.4
the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo offers comfortable accommodations conveniently located near several entertainment venues in Tokyo city centre. Tourists exploring the Japan capital can watch Broadway performances at Akasaka Act Theater or catch local and international concerts at Blitz Theater. Visitors can also stop by Suntory Museum of Art and check out beautiful ceramics, glassware and weaved materials. Not to miss is Hie Shrine, which houses several swords from the Meiji era.

Location
b Akasaka Hotel is located in Minato-ku in the heart of Tokyo, one kilometre away from Akasaka Station. After checking out stores at Omotesando Hills shopping centre, holidaymakers take a break at Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden.

Rooms
All 156 rooms are decorated in earthly tones and fitted with LCD cable TV, Internet access, air conditioning, work desk, refrigerator, hairdryer, coffee- and tea-making facilities and private bathroom. Non-smoking rooms are available.

Restaurant
Diners at b Akasaka can enjoy tasty Western and Japanese breakfast meals and Italian lunch and dinner at the terrace of Pizzeria Liana on site. Spend happy hours and party nights at bars and bistros nearby.

General
Guests at the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo can have relaxing massages at the on-site spa. Additional services include Internet access at the lobby, parking (fees apply), and copy/fax and laundry services. Pets are allowed for a fee.

Additional Information

  • 7 km to the Train Station (JR Tokyo)
  • 20 km to the Airport (Tokyo-Haneda)
  • NOTE: A mandatory Tokyo City tax worth 200 yen per person per night will be charged upon check out.

Hotel Facilities

  • Cafe
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Restaurant
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Laundry Services
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Reception

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Pay-per-view Movies
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Telephone
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Internet Access

the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo Guest Reviews (9)


the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo
4 out of 5

Clean, Close to Station. Both Western and Japanese Breakfast is amazing.

K. Chow wrote on March 31, 2012


the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo
4.8 out of 5

We booked 2 rooms in this very comfortable & modern hotel for the start of our family's Japan trip. The rooms were small but this is expected in Japan. It was clean and comfortable. The rooms came with buffet breakfast which was great for us. There were free internet in the small but well laid out lobby, good for checking emails. The free coffee in the lobby is way better than those they served during breakfast. The location though is not very convenient as this hotel sits on a hill, so depending on which subway exit you come out from, you either walk uphill or climb some steep stairs. It is not a very long walk, 5-7 mins perhaps but with kids and after a long day of sightseeing... I will stay here again but minus the kids.

Catherine CHIA wrote on December 13, 2010


the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo
5 out of 5

pleasant stay, big rooms with nice bathroom

Heine Fischer wrote on May 17, 2010


the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo
5 out of 5

The staff at the B Akasaka were very helpful and friendly they went through great lengths to make our stay there comfortable and enjoyable we will definitely be staying at the b Akasaka when we next vicit Tokyo

Anonymous wrote on March 9, 2010


the b Akasaka Hotel Tokyo
4.4 out of 5

My room was comfortable but compact - it was perfect for me for a stay of a few days - if you stayed longer you might want more room. overall i was very happy with the hotel

John Boon wrote on February 26, 2010


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Cleanliness4 out of 5
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Location4 out of 5
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4 out of 5

Clean, Close to Station. Both Western and Japanese Breakfast is amazing.

Review by: K. Chow
Date stayed March 31, 2012

4.8 out of 5

We booked 2 rooms in this very comfortable & modern hotel for the start of our family's Japan trip. The rooms were small but this is expected in Japan. It was clean and comfortable. The rooms came with buffet breakfast which was great for us. There were free internet in the small but well laid out lobby, good for checking emails. The free coffee in the lobby is way better than those they served during breakfast. The location though is not very convenient as this hotel sits on a hill, so depending on which subway exit you come out from, you either walk uphill or climb some steep stairs. It is not a very long walk, 5-7 mins perhaps but with kids and after a long day of sightseeing... I will stay here again but minus the kids.

Review by: Catherine CHIA
Date stayed December 13, 2010

5 out of 5

pleasant stay, big rooms with nice bathroom

Review by: Heine Fischer
Date stayed May 17, 2010

5 out of 5

The staff at the B Akasaka were very helpful and friendly they went through great lengths to make our stay there comfortable and enjoyable we will definitely be staying at the b Akasaka when we next vicit Tokyo

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed March 9, 2010

4.4 out of 5

My room was comfortable but compact - it was perfect for me for a stay of a few days - if you stayed longer you might want more room. overall i was very happy with the hotel

Review by: John Boon
Date stayed February 26, 2010

4 out of 5

Ideal base for tourists,rooms were small,but very clean and comfortable.Staff helpful,and polite,would stay here again.A room safe would be helpful for the future.

Review by: Jason Tebbutt
Date stayed February 23, 2010

4.8 out of 5

Excellent hotel. Good quality for a reasonable price. Unfortunately the breakfast was not inlcuded in the price.

Review by: Menno Ziemer
Date stayed December 17, 2008

3.2 out of 5

The staff were very friendly and extremely helpful, and the hotel was clean and in a pretty good location (10 minute walk to Akasaka main street, with lots of restaurants and tube), but the room was laughably small - only a step up from a capsule hotel, with about three inches of space around the bed, and a low ceiling. It felt like a nice, clean prison cell. We subsequently went to another hotel, which was in a much better location and which offered us a room four times the size (no exaggeration) for only 2,000 yen a night more. This hotel is overpriced. Apologies to the very kind staff, but my recommendation is not to stay in this hote‚ŒB ‚’

Review by: Greg Haddock
Date stayed December 26, 2007

4 out of 5

The B Akasaka was slightly hard to find but it was still in a convenient location close to two different Tokyo Metro subway stations. The twin rooms are normal size by Japanese standards. One thing to note is the bathroom is enclosed by semi-opaque glass and not a separate room. A sliding door in the room leads to the enclosed bathroom space. Bathrooms include above average toilets and showers as well as the usual complementary razors, combs, and toothbrushes.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 16, 2007

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