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|"It was excellent value for money."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff speak English."||(in 46 reviews)|
|"Perfect location and extremely friendly staff."||(in 43 reviews)|
|"Rooms small be British standards."||(in 19 reviews)|
|"Late check out 13:00 cost 3500¥!"||(in 2 reviews)|
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- Close to metro stations Akasaka (1 minute walk) and Tameike-sannō (8 minutes walk) - Clean and comfortable - Friendly, polite and helpful staff - Front desk staff organised luggage transfer to our next hotel in Sapporo - Complimentary buffet breakfast - Conveniently close to supermarket, convenient stores, pharmacy and restaurants - Very thoughtful and sweet gifts on New Year's day: instant soba noodles and colorful paper cranes
- Room and bathroom is small, just enough space for two people (this is expected in Tokyo)
The included breakfast was good, staff was helpful but not much English spoken. Location was amazing.
The room was dramatically small for two people.
The location was great, it's away from the busy hustle of Shibuya but close enough to get there easily, 2 min walk to the trains. Though a little small, the room was clean and comfortable. Loved the free breakfast. Akasaka is a lovely and peaceful neighbourhood with food options and Hie Jinja Shrine nearby.
The rooms are quite small for the price.
Great hotel, relatively close to all big attractions in Tokyo. The room was very nice, although small, it had everything you could need, the staff were kind and helpful. One thing I enjoyed was their ”eco cards” - you can put it on your door indicating you don't need your sheets and towels to be washed every day, you don't need bottled water and some other environmentally conscious benefits! You definitely get your value for money here, i would recommend.
Everything! Personally, I think Akasaka is the best district, it’s a pretty sophisticated place conveniently located and not overcrowded like Shibuya or Asakusa, for example. There are many nice restaurants and shops nearby which aren’t overpriced. Metro is just a few steps from the hotel. Staff are friendly and so lovely that I have no words to describe their hospitality! I can just say: Arigato
Small room but hey, it’s Tokyo! What do you expect? It didn’t bother us to enjoy our stay so don't worry about it.
With a stay at Keio Presso Inn Akasaka in Tokyo (Akasaka), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Hibiya Park and Tokyo Takarazuka Theatre. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.
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- Train station is close
- Fair breakfast prices
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