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the b akasaka, Tokyo

3 stars
7-6-13 Akasaka, Minato-kuTokyoTokyo-to107-0052Japan, ‏800-491-6126
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Excellent4.1 / 5
Location
Great location
Service
Fantastic service
WiFi
Good internet service
Breakfast
Breakfast is average
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the b akasaka, Tokyo

Hotel Info: 866-539-8117

from $59
  • Standard Double Room, Smoking
  • Superior Double Room, Non Smoking
  • Superior Twin Room, Non Smoking
  • Superior Twin Room, Smoking
  • Standard Single Room, Smoking
  • Superior Twin Smoking
  • Standard Double Room, Non Smoking
  • Standard Double Non-Smoking(JP) 
  • Standard Single Non-Smoking(JP)
  • Standard Single Smoking(JP)
  • Superior Twin Non Smoking
  • Standard Twin Non-Smoking(JP)
  • Standard Single Room, Non Smoking
  • Standard Twin Smoking(JP)

At a glance

Key facts

Hotel size

  • This hotel has 156 rooms
  • This hotel is arranged over 8 floors

Arriving/leaving

  • Check-in time starts at 3 PM
  • Check-out time is 11 AM

Required at check in

  • Credit card or cash deposit required

  • Government-issued photo ID required

  • Minimum check-in age is 21

Travelling with others

Pets

  • Pets not allowed

Internet

  • Free WiFi and wired Internet access in public areas

  • Free WiFi and wired Internet access in rooms

Transportation

Parking

  • No parking

Also known as

  • akasaka b
  • b akasaka
  • b Hotel akasaka
  • b akasaka Hotel
  • The b Akasaka Hotel Minato
  • b Akasaka Minato
  • b Akasaka Hotel Minato
  • The b Akasaka Tokyo, Japan

Policies

This property is undergoing seismic retrofitting renovations through October 31, 2016. Daytime noise and limited window views due to surrounding scaffolding may result. For more details, please contact the office using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.

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.

Optional extras

Buffet breakfast is offered for an extra charge of JPY 1000 per person (approximately)

In the hotel

Food and drink
  • Buffet breakfast daily (surcharge)
  • Restaurant
  • Coffee/tea in a common area
Working away
  • Computer station
Services
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge services
  • Limo or Town Car service available
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service
  • Laundry facilities
  • Free newspapers in lobby
  • Luggage storage
  • Multilingual staff
Facilities
  • Number of buildings/towers - 1
  • Year Built 1973
  • Elevator/lift
  • Safe-deposit box at front desk

In the room

Home comforts
  • In-room climate control (air conditioning)
  • Air conditioning
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Bathrobes
  • Slippers
  • Iron/ironing board (on request)
Sleep well
  • Down comforter
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • Premium bedding
Things to enjoy
  • In-room massage available
Freshen up
  • Private bathroom
  • Rainfall showerhead
  • Shower only
  • Bidet
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
Be entertained
  • 20-inch flat-screen TV
  • Pay movies
  • Digital TV channels
Stay connected
  • Desk
  • Free WiFi
Food and drink
  • Refrigerator
More
  • Daily housekeeping

Special features

Dining

Liana - This restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

the b akasaka, Tokyo’s small print

Also known as

  • akasaka b
  • b akasaka
  • b Hotel akasaka
  • b akasaka Hotel
  • The b Akasaka Hotel Minato
  • b Akasaka Minato
  • b Akasaka Hotel Minato
  • The b Akasaka Tokyo, Japan

Policies

This property is undergoing seismic retrofitting renovations through October 31, 2016. Daytime noise and limited window views due to surrounding scaffolding may result. For more details, please contact the office using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.

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.

Optional extras

Buffet breakfast is offered for an extra charge of JPY 1000 per person (approximately)

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.

Recent reviews

Excellent 4.1 /5 from 260 reviews

the b akasaka, Tokyo
Good3.0 / 5
During this stay, I was surprised to find the hotel under earthquake retrofit construction, yet no notification was provided when booking. This meant that even getting into the front door was a challenge as the door changed locations and a big truck was blocking it, making it impossible to get my bags in. In my opinion the hotel should have closed during this phase of construction, since it meant there was no hotel lobby and many construction workers going back and forth in the cramped main floor space made it quite hectic.
4 night business trip
the b akasaka, Tokyo
Excellent4.0 / 5
A good spot for a cheap stay! Paid $65-70 a night USD, room was small but everything worked nicely (AC, hot shower, toilet, etc.). WiFi strong. A bit off the beaten path; about a 10 minute walk to the Akasaka mitsuke Tokyo Metro station. Not 5 star by any means, but a nice stay still.
7 night trip
the b akasaka, Tokyo
Good3.0 / 5
The hill was tough!
People should know this hotel sits on a hill! It's a short walk from the subway station but from there to the hotel it's quite steep. The rooms are very small but after a day or so you get used to it. It's extremely clean, the showers were amazing with many jets and the daily clean robes was such a treat. The front desk and the rest of the staff was super helpful and very nice. Free coffee in the lobby was excellent. I enjoyed my stay but probably wouldn't stay there again due to the hill. I would Definitely try another b hotel at a different location.
5 night family trip
the b akasaka, Tokyo
Excellent4.0 / 5
A small but well placed hotel room in Tokyo
This is one of Tokyo's business hotels, which means that the room is very small by US standards but a good deal. And why travel all the way to Tokyo and stay in the room? The hotel is on a quiet street near the Tokyo Broadcasting System, not far from the train station, and the Akasaka subway stop (the Tokyo subway is THE way to travel about the city). We found lots of good restaurants nearby, as well. Our room included a modest breakfast, which was fine for us.
3 night romance trip
the b akasaka, Tokyo
Excellent4.0 / 5
B for Bravo!
I truly enjoyed my stay here. The staff was more than happy to assist with whatever questions I had. I was in a standard single room, which was small but perfect for me. The breakfast selection is not vast, but enough for anyone to find something delicious to start their day. The wifi connection was excellent and very strong. The surrounding neighborhood was quiet and close to the metro station. My walk to the metro station was less than 10 minutes. I was able to reduce it to 5 minutes because I discovered a shortcut, which helped since it was cold & windy outside during my stay. Hailing a taxi would not be a problem because they drive by constantly. I would definitely return to The b akasaka or any of its other locations in Japan. Great accommodating staff, a comfortable bed to sleep on & easy access to transportation. There were also several restaurant choices within a short walking distance from the hotel. Great job and keep it up!
6 night trip

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