Palace Studio Akasaka Nibankan, Tokyo
Located in Tokyo (Akasaka), Palace Studio Akasaka Nibankan is close to Akasaka ACT Theater, Tokyo Midtown, and Tokyo Tower. Also nearby are Tokyo Imperial Palace and Meiji Jingu Shrine.
Wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is complimentary in public areas.
Rooms open to balconies. The 36 air-conditioned guestrooms at Palace Studio Akasaka Nibankan include washers/dryers and slippers. Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is provided. 22-inch flat-screen TVs are equipped with DVD players. Bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations with deep soaking bathtubs, bidets and hair dryers. All units at this 3-star aparthotel have kitchens with stovetops, full-sized refrigerators/freezers, microwaves, and cookware/dishes/utensils.
Enter dates to check prices
Hotel Info: 866-539-8117
- One Single Bed Studio Apartment With Full Kitchen
At a glance
- This hotel has 36 rooms
- This hotel is arranged over 5 floors
- Check-in time 10 AM-6 PM
- Check-out time is 2 PM
Guests must check-in at the office for key retrieval information at: 2F SVAX Nishi Shimbashi Bldg., 2-39-3 Nishi Shimbashi, Mitato-ku, Tokyo. Open weekdays 9 AM-7 PM, and 9 AM-6 PM on weekends and national holidays. For more details on check-in times, please contact the office using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.
Required at check in
- Credit card deposit required
- Government-issued photo ID required
Travelling with others
- No pets or service animals allowed
- Free WiFi and wired Internet access in public areas
- Free WiFi and wired Internet access in rooms
- No parking
Nearby Three Star Tokyo hotels
In the hotel
- Number of buildings/towers - 1
In the room
- Climate control
- Air conditioning
- Iron/ironing board
- Private bathroom
- Deep soaking bathtub
- Hair dryer
- 22-inch flat-screen TV
- DVD player
- Free WiFi
- Full-sized refrigerator/freezer
- Cookware, dishware, and utensils
Top Tokyo hotels
Recently reviewed hotels in Tokyo
- Shinjuku Granbell HotelFrom
"Odd neighborhood for such a nice hotel. It's smack dab in the middle of a cluster of "love hotels" so it's definitely a bit strange. Proximity to the Higashi Shinjuku and Shinjuku…"Mar 1, 2015
- Grand Prince Hotel TakanawaFrom
"We stayed 10 consecutive days. The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance near the Shinagawa train station, which is a major train station. There is a convenient…"Mar 1, 2015
- Royal Park Hotel THE HanedaFrom
"Convenience to get refresh after 12 hours flight. Hotel is clean with sleek design especially no cigarette smell which is very rare in Japan"Mar 1, 2015
- APA Hotel Shinbashi-OnarimonFrom
"This is a nice, no-frills hotel. The rooms are clean and the size of a postage stamp, the staff is helpful (be forewarned - they don't speak much English - this is Japan), and the…"Mar 1, 2015
Palace Studio Akasaka Nibankan, Tokyo’s small print
The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.
The name on the credit card used at check-in to pay for incidentals must be the primary name on the guestroom reservation.
We have included all charges provided to us by this hotel. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.