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Arrived in Japan from Manchester Via Qatar on the 8th of October and stayed at the Akasaka from the 8th until the 11th October, although the room was clean and tidy with a comfortable enough bed this was by far the smallest room I have...More
In hindsight reviewing the five hotels we experienced in Japan, Excel's rating gets a boost. And it's all because of the location. The hotel is located in Akasaka which is really the ideal place to stay when in Tokyo if you want to be close...More
My husband and I have stayed in this hotel several times in the last 10 years. While the room bathroom sizes are comparatively small, they are comfortable and clean. The bed is very comfortable. It is in a great location with all local transport alternatives...More
Location is walking distance to so many shops and is just right across one of the biggest Bic Camera stores in tokyo wc has everything from bikes, cameras, laptops to cosmetics. There are numerous restos also in the area from fastfoods to ramen shops. In...More
I chose this hotel because it is near to city center. The room is pretty tidy when we arrived, though it looks pretty old, but good enough for our stay. It provides a handy phone with free data and calls, though it is pretty slow...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.
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It really depends on the time of day you arrive in Narita. The last shuttle from Narita is 11pm. Assuming you arrive between 9am to 5pm, the hotel shuttle can take between 60 to 90 minutes. If you are arriving early morning... More
It really depends on the time of day you arrive in Narita. The last shuttle from Narita is 11pm. Assuming you arrive between 9am to 5pm, the hotel shuttle can take between 60 to 90 minutes. If you are arriving early morning or late evening, the shuttle can reach the hotel in 45 minutes. If you are really adventurous, take the train from Narita to any subway station and connect to the Ginza line. There is a subway stop (Akasaka-Mitsuke) along the Ginza line which will lead you directly opposite the hotel. This stop is not to be confused with the end station of the Ginza line, Asakusa.