Tokyo Hotel MyStays Akasaka
2-17-54 Akasaka Minato-ku, Tokyo
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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Affordable lodging alternative in Japan and great for family traveling! Roppongi Nightlife is only 1Km away.
A convenience store, super market, banks and post office also within a few minute walk distance.
Free Ethernet internet access in all rooms. Internet PC in lobby is at charge.(coin-operated) Free wi-fi access at the lobby area. Please contact the staff for access code.
* Earliest check in from 3:00pm
* Luggage can be stored at reception if the guest arrives before room is ready.
* We don not serve breakfast. For dining pleasure, you can visit various restaurants nearby.
* housekeeping service is not included. Guests can request for this service in advance, which is available at an additional cost.
* No curfew / no lock-out
* We kindly request all accommodation guests for full payment upon check in.'
* Major credit cards such as visa, American Express, MasterCard Diners and JCB are accepted.
A new building nearby currently under construction is due to be completed on June 30,2013.
The noise of construction may occur during the work hours. We would appreciate your understanding. Thank you.
* Private Room /
- Sleeps 1guest.
Furnished Room (24 sqm/258sq-ft) with 1 single bed.
* Private Double /
- Sleeps 2 guests.
Furnished Room (24 sqm/258sq-ft) with 1 double bed.
* Private Twin /
- Sleeps 2 guests.
Furnished Room (35 sqm/376sq-ft) with 2 semi-double beds.
* Private Triple /
- Sleeps 3 guests.
Furnished Room (39 sqm/419sq-ft) with 3 semi-double beds.
All rooms have:
* Bed and Bedding
* Private bathroom
* Free Internet access
* Air conditioning
* Alarm clock
* Bathrobe & slippers
* Pay per view
* Direct dial phone
* 1 set of Japanese robe
* 1 set of disposable toothbrush with toothpaste
* 1 set of Shampoo, soap and more
FROM NARITA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (NRT) BY AIRPORT BUS / TRAIN / TAXI
1. Airport Limousine Bus to ANA InterContinental Tokyo (90 min), then taxi (5 min).
2. Take Narita Express to Tokyo Station (60 min), then take taxi (20 min at about 1,400 yen) to property.
3. Taxi - Don`t even think about it (about $300)
FROM HANEDA AIRPORT (HND)
Take Tokyo Monorail Kaisoku for"Hamamatsucho" and get off at Hamamatsucho station.470jpn/ one way. Traveling time is approx. 17 minutes. And then take JR Yamanote Line for "Ueno, Ikebukuro" from Hamamatsucho station to Shinbashi station. Traveling time is approx 2 minutes. 130jpn/one way. And then take Tokyo Metro Ginza Line for "Shibuya" from Shinbashi Station to Tameikesanno Station. Traveling time is approx 5 minutes.160jpn/one way. From the station to the WM Akasaka, it takes about 8 minutes on foot.
CLOSEST SUBWAY STATIONS
Akasaka Stn, Chiyoda Line; Tameki-sanno Stn, Ginza Line
The Weekly Mansion Akasaka is definitely a very good place to stay while in Tokyo. It's location is great - only a few subway stops to all the cool places to see in Tokyo like Tsukji, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Giza, Roponngi, Tokyo Tower. The hotel is a 1 minute walk to the subway...you can't beat the location. Akasaka itself is a very nice neighbourhood, very upscale and with supermarkets, phamacies, banks, post office all within walking distance. The rooms are small, which is what you should always expect when in Japan, but very clean and comfortable. The price is quite reasonable for the neighbourhood you'll be staying in. I highly recommend this property.
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Excellent location--a nice, quiet neighbourhood, within walking distance of Roppongi, and not too far from Shibuya.
The room was spotless and well-furnished. The free internet access was excellent. The staff were not exactly fluent in English, but were able to handle the important elements without trouble.
There is no housekeeping service, but the room has a vacuum cleaner if you actually need it. A stove and basic cooking utensils were provided.
One word of caution--the building appears to be an apartment block that has been converted into a hotel, which means that the walls/doors do *not* stop sound very well (much like most Japanese apartment buildings). If your trip is of a romantic nature, please keep this in mind (the couple in the room next to me wasn't being abnormally loud, but could still be clearly heard halfway down the hall).
Overall I'd definitely stay here again.
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