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Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka, Tokyo

3.5-star3.5 stars
3-12-3 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo-to, 107-0052, Japan

3.5-star hotel with restaurant, near National Diet Building
  • Free WiFi
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Bar is awesome
Great room
Breakfast can be improved

Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka, Tokyo

from $51
  • Superior Semi-double Room -Non smoking (1 Double Bed)
  • Standard Double Room -Non Smoking (1 Queen Bed)
  • Standard Semi-double Room -Non Smoking (1 Semi-double Bed)
  • Superior Double Room -Non Smoking (1 Queen Bed) - Extrabed is from 3th adult
  • Superior Twin Room -Non Smoking (2 Queen Bed with 1 Extra Bed)
  • Premium Family Room -Non Smoking (4 Semi-double Bed) - Extrabed is from 5th adult
  • Family Twin Room -Non Smoking (2 Double Beds) - Extrabed is from 5th adult
  • Cabin Room - Non Smoking (2 Bunk Bed) - Anex
  • Comfort Twin Room, Non Smoking (2 Double Beds), Annex, Extra bed from 5th adult
  • Casual Double Room - Non Smoking (1 Bunk Bed) - Annex

What’s around Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka, Tokyo


  • In Akasaka
  • National Diet Building - 15 min walk
  • Tokyo Midtown - 16 min walk
  • Tokyo Tower - 27 min walk
  • Mori Art Museum - 28 min walk
  • Nezu Art Museum - 30 min walk
  • Tokyo Imperial Palace - 33 min walk
  • Yasukuni Shrine - 34 min walk

Getting around

  • Tokyo (NRT-Narita Intl.) - 50 min drive
  • Tokyo (HND-Haneda) - 23 min drive
  • Tokyo Yotsuya Station - 22 min walk
  • Tokyo Ichigaya Station - 28 min walk
  • Tokyo Shinanomachi Station - 30 min walk
  • Akasaka Station - 5 min walk
  • Tameike-sanno Station - 5 min walk
  • Akasaka-Mitsuke Station - 6 min walk

At a glance

Key facts

Hotel size

  • This hotel has 48 rooms
  • This hotel is arranged over 6 floors


  • Check-in time 3 PM-11 PM
  • Check-out time is 11 AM
If you are planning to arrive after 11 AM please contact the property in advance using the information on the booking confirmation.

Required at check-in

  • Credit card or cash deposit required

  • Government-issued photo ID required

  • Minimum check-in age is 18

Travelling with others


  • One child stays free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding

  • No cribs (infant beds)


  • Pets not allowed


  • Free WiFi in public areas

  • Free WiFi in rooms



  • No parking

Payment types at the property

  • Cash
* See small print for additional details or extra charges

In the hotel

Food and drink
  • Restaurant
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service
  • Laundry facilities
  • Luggage storage
  • Number of buildings/towers - 1
  • Elevator
  • Designated smoking areas (fines apply)
Languages Spoken
  • Chinese
  • English
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Russian

In the room

Home comforts
  • Air conditioning
Sleep well
  • Premium bedding
Things to enjoy
  • Individually decorated
  • Individually furnished
Freshen up
  • Shower only
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
Be entertained
  • Flat-screen TV
Stay connected
  • Desk
  • Free WiFi
Food and drink
  • Refrigerator
  • Daily housekeeping

Special features


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

Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka, Tokyo’s small print

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Guests should note that rooms in the hotel's main building and rooms in the annex building offer varying amenities. For more details, please contact the property 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.

Please note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property. The policies listed are provided by the property.

Mandatory fees

You’ll be asked to pay the following charges at check-in or check-out:

  • A city tax will be collected at the property upon arrival. The city tax ranges from JPY 100-200 per person, per night based on the nightly room rate. The tax does not apply to nightly rates under JPY 10,000. For more details, please contact the property using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.
  • A tax is imposed by the city: From 1 October - 30 June, JPY 200 per person, per night
  • A tax is imposed by the city: From 1 July - 30 September, JPY 0 per person, per night

We have included all charges provided to us by this property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the unit you book.

Most helpful reviewsReviews are sorted based on what customers found most helpful and our recommendations

Good 7.8 From 395 reviews

Poor 2.0
Japan's WORST hotel!
This hotel is the dingiest and ugliest hotel that I have ever stayed in. The decor is straight out of the 1970s and it seems that time had stood still when walking in the door. I was wondering how a hotel can charge only ¥13,000 for 51 square meters and then I realized it's because the rooms are total garbage. The floor is a ghastly 70s brown and the walls in the room an abhorrent red color. NONE of the furniture has been changed since the early 1970s and the room smells like old carpet. If I were visiting Tokyo for the first time, I would never want THIS to be my experience. It is located in Akasaka, an upscale place but one filled with bars and cheap and very unattractive Chinese massage girls on the street who are basically scammers. The place is also crawling with drunk Japanese business men, making the whole atmosphere terrible, especially for a first-timer. STAY AWAY from this hotel! It sucks!
Daniel, usOther trip
Exceptional 10.0
The room was spacious, which was a very nice surprise! There was 3 of us travelers and our previous hotel in Ginza was considerable smaller. The room could comfortably sleep 6 people if needed. It also had a stove and washer and dryer inside the room. The shower and bathroom were separate. I loved the heated toilet seat! But this is probably nothing new in Japan. The location was perfect. There are plenty of restaurants, bars and nightclub nearby. A lively neighborhood at night. A couple of downside: the window gave no sunlight as it was right next to a building. Second, the bathroom door had a frosted glass which gave a silhouette of the person using the toilet. We just advise the person using the toilet to turn off the light. Overall, we loved it so much, we extended our stay!
Tecno, usOther trip
Very Good 8.0
Not to pick Room #511 or the same design room
This is my second time to stay at this hotel. Location is perfect to enjoy Tokyo. The hotel is in the middle of the shopping and dining area in Akasaka. Easy to access to the multiple subway lines. The bus is available from/to the airport from the near-by hotels. I like this hotel because the room is equipped with washer/dryer, small kitchen. A microwave is not in each room but is available in the vending machine area on a couple of floors. The problem I had this time was airconditioning. Because of the room layout, the wind from the air conditioner directly blowing down toward the bed. There was no way to find the setting comfortable for me. The room was 511. So, you may want to ask the hotel to avoid from booking the same design room as 511.
Takashi, us2 night business trip
Very Good 8.0
Travelling with 2 small children we had one of the annex rooms with the bunk beds. The room was a decent size and ideal for our family. If you like a window on the outside world you won't like this room- there were adjacent buildings within about 1m. The area is not particularly well suited to a young family as there are lots of bars and restaurants nearby. 2 different subway stations within a five minute walk give reasonable access to the wider Tokyo area, but you may well need to change en route. We paid for breakfast, I'm not sure it was worth the money although staff in the restaurant were friendly. Overall I thought this place was a reasonable hotel but not particularly good value for money. We stayed elsewhere in Tokyo that we liked more.
Ed, gbOther trip
Fair 4.0
Good hotel, but marred by smoking room
I booked room in this hotel, choosing the non- smoking room. When we checked in and come to the room, we saw the notes that said level 3 is smoking room. I went back to the reception and they assured me that it is non smoking. How wrong it is. Night time, there’s some smelly food cooking that come to our room. I don’t know where it came from. And when we open the door and check outside our room, we can smell very strong smoking smell. We’re really not happy because our room also smell like someobe smoking there. The room itself was clean, spacious and good. Unfortunately the front desk lying about our room. Luckily there’s no asthma attacks occurred during that night and we only stay 1 night.
sagan mom, auOther trip

Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka, Tokyo

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