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All reviewschiyoda linerooms are smalldeluxe double roommetro stationannex buildinglots of restaurantshour supermarketfree toiletriesminute walkelectric kettlemini fridgethe toilet seatwould stay here againexcellent locationby western standardsconvenient accessconvenient store
Stayed for two nights. Location is good but not great in my opinion. As others have mentioned, there is a metro station very close by (Hibiya station, exit 6) that has the Chiyoda line, but I found this line is be rather limited and ended...More
Within a period of 12 days, we stayed a total of 4 night with multiple check-ins. The location is brilliant. Its on a street with relatively less traffic, Akasaka metro station barely 30 mtrs away (Chiyoda line) multiple convenience stores, 24 hr supermarket, restaurants (including...More
Great value. Spotless. Perfect location. Nice staff and lovely little touches. Room not huge but has everything you need. Really enjoyed our stay and would recommend highly. Loads of eating and drinking places around.
This is a very nice and clean hotel, but its best part is the great neighborhood it is located in. You have great restaurants really nearby and the hotel is easy to reach by subway. The room wasn't really big, but just enough space for...More
Asked some friends about areas in Tokyo and got the recommendation about this area so searching reviews led me to Grand Fresa Akasaka. Lovely surroundings, lots of restaurants and lively area, 30mt to exit 6 of Akasaka metro station. The hotel is small, you will...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
it depends on how much luggage do you have. I only had one suitcase. the most easy way for me was to take the airport bus until Tokyo Central station and from there the metro. very easy to connect. the metro line and exit is... More
it depends on how much luggage do you have. I only had one suitcase. the most easy way for me was to take the airport bus until Tokyo Central station and from there the metro. very easy to connect. the metro line and exit is mentioned in many postings at the hotel reviews.