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Hotel Okura Tokyo
Hotel Okura Tokyo
This hotel has always ranked highly in popularity polls of international hotels, and is proud to be a representative of the high standards held by all hotels in Japan.
How to get there?
From Narita Airport: 90 min by airport limousine bus or taxi.
From Haneda Airport: 60 min by airport limousine bus; 30 min by taxi.
From Tokyo Station: 20 min by taxi.
From Hamamatsucho Station: 15 min by taxi.
the b akasaka-mitsuke
the b akasaka-mitsuke
Located just 1 minute from Akasaka-mitsuke Subway Station, all rooms in this hotel feature personal computers and high-speed Internet lines. Single-bed rooms have double-beds (140 cm wide). The room charge includes a light breakfast in the coffee shop.
How to get there?
From Akasaka-mitsuke Station (Subway): 1 min on foot.
the b Akasaka
the b Akasaka
A quiet retreat in the heart of Akasaka’s business, entertainment, and shopping district, the b Akasaka is designed with stylish, functional rooms. It is located near two subway stations providing easy access across all of Tokyo, and just a 10-minute walk from nearby Roppongi nightlife. Providing all the essential amenities travelers need for a reasonable price, the b Akasaka is a great choice for an escape in Tokyo.
How to get there?
5 minutes on foot from the Akasaka subway station
Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
In March 2003, the entire building was refurbished. Located near the Government Office quarter and having an excellent access to Roppongi.
How to get there?
From Akasaka-Mitsuke Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line/Marunouchi Line): 1 min on foot.
By car: 2 km from Shuto Expressway Toshin Kanjo Line Kasumigaseki Exit.
Akasaka Yoko Hotel
Akasaka Yoko Hotel
This is the perfect base for business or pleasure within Tokyo. Guests can look forward to a peaceful stay and thorough, cordial services.
How to get there?
From JR Tokyo Station: Take the Marunouchi Subway Line to Kokkai-Gijidomae Station. Next, take the Chiyoda Subway Line to Akasaka Station. It is about 5 min on foot from Exit 7.
Toshi Center Hotel (Rihga Royal Hotel Group)
Toshi Center Hotel (Rihga Royal Hotel Group)
This multi-purpose hotel contains a meeting room and normal hotel facilities, is located close to the Akasaka's business district. Also close by are the government and legislature areas of Nagatacho and Kasumigaseki. The hotel is specially equipped for the needs of those traveling on business.
How to get there?
From Nagatacho Station (Yurakucho Subway Line, Hanzomon Line, Namboku Line): 3 min on foot.
Hotel Grand Arc Hanzomon
Hotel Grand Arc Hanzomon
Grand Arc Hanzomon stands opposite the Imperial Palace in central Tokyo. The comfortable guest rooms come equipped with free Wi-Fi, and the hotel offers four different restaurants. With Hanzomon Station just a few minutes' walk away, popular downtown areas like Ginza and Shibuya can be reached in about 20 minutes by subway.

Hotel Recommended! Sakura Floor (7F)
This is a non-smoking floor where guests are welcomed by the cherry blossom fragrance of the elevator hall. This floor offers Japanese-style rooms with the refreshing fragrance of soft rush - said to have the same relaxing effects as a therapeutic walk in a forest - and in the spring, it looks out on trees of cherry blossoms. This floor cherishes fragrances that are found only in Japan.
How to get there?
From Hanzomon Subway Station, Exit 1: 2 min on foot.
From Tokyo Station: 10 min by taxi.
Hotel Vista Premio Tokyo Akasaka
Hotel Vista Premio Tokyo Akasaka
Opening in June 2018, this hotel is located along Hitotsugi-dori in dazzling Akasaka. Guestrooms feature separate, stand-alone bathroom, toilet, and washroom.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: From Haneda Airport International Terminal Station take the Tokyo Monorail bound for Hamamatsucho to Hamamatsucho Station. Change to the JR Line and take the Yamanote Line bound for Ueno to Shimbashi Station. Change to the subway line and take the Ginza Subway Line bound for Shibuya to Akasaka-mitsuke Station. It is about 4 min on foot from there.
Marroad Inn Akasaka
Marroad Inn Akasaka
This business-centric, but multipurpose hotel is located in a quiet neighborhood near the business and shopping districts of Akasaka and Roppongi, and is well-known for its traditional Chinese cuisine. The hotel provides guests with easy access to a range of major city tourist spots via the Tokyo Metro Subway
How to get there?
From JR Tokyo Station: Take the Marunouchi Subway Line to Kokkai-gijidomae Station. Then take the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line to Akasaka Station. It is 5 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at the Kasumigaseki IC and continue along the Prefectural Route 405 (Sotobori-dori), and turn right at the Tameike intersection, then turn left at the Sannoshita intersection. The hotel is on the left about 600 m into Akasaka Road.
The Okura Tokyo
The Okura Tokyo
This lodging opened in September 2019. It inherits the thoughts and wishes from when it was first established while deploying 2 brands in the same hotel, welcoming guests from around the world with the best hospitality.
How to get there?
From Toranomon Station (Ginza Subway Line, Hibiya Subway Line): About 10 min on foot.
From Kamiyacho Station (Ginza Subway Line, Hibiya Subway Line): About 10 min on foot.
By car: About 5 min from Shuto Expressway Kasumigaseki Ramp IC.
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
Connected with Sannohie Jinja (Shrine), which boasts a distinguished lineage in Akasaka, Tokyo, this hotel's location amidst lush greenery is a cut above the rest. It is also only a 10 minute taxi or train ride to Marunouchi and Ginza.
How to get there?
From Kokaigijodo Station (Chiyoda and Marunochi Subway Lines), Exit 5: Less than 1 min on foot.
Innsomnia Akasaka
Innsomnia Akasaka
This hotel is located about 2 minutes from Akasaka Station and just 10-15 minutes from Harajuku, Omotesando, and Tokyo. Staying guests can enjoy all-you-can-drink coffee at the 1st floor cafe 24 hours a day and relax in their spacious guestroom.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station (Keikyu Line): Take a train to Shimbashi Station (about 30 min). Then, take the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line to Tameike-sanno Station (about 5 min). It is about 6 min on foot from Exit 10.
Hotel New Otani Tokyo
Hotel New Otani Tokyo
Hotel New Otani Tokyo, which emerged at the time of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, is located in the heart of the city, only 10 minutes away from Ginza or Shinjuku via subway.
The hotel has an expansive Japanese garden with over 400 years of history. The hotel's nearly 1,500 guestrooms have been recently renovated. Guests can select from a variety of scenes to suit their preferences, including rooms in the "Executive House Zen," which is known as the finest hotel-in-hotel; "Shin-Edo" rooms where they can experience Edo culture in guestrooms with a cypress wood bathtub; suites that can accommodate up to 4 guests; and more.
How to get there?
From Akasaka-mitsuke Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line), Exit D: About 3 min on foot.
By car: About 3 km (about 10 min) from Shuto Expressway Kasumigaseki IC.
ANA Intercontinental Tokyo
ANA Intercontinental Tokyo
For over 30 years, ANA InterContinental Tokyo has been a hospitality leader in the Japanese Capital, welcoming guests, to its 844 guest rooms, 12 restaurants & bars, and 22 event spaces.
The hotel is within walking distance to Tokyo Tower, the Imperial Palace and the parliament building. This hotel sits at the juncture of high street shopping in Ginza and the eclectic Roppongi nightlife, allowing guests to experience the best of both worlds. 4 neighborhood metro stations, connect guests with the rest of Tokyo.

Classic, Executive Deluxe, or Premier rooms offer views to Tokyo Tower, Imperial Gardens, or Roppongi. Newly refurbished Club InterContinental rooms and suites complement the experience offered in the hotel's Club InterContinental Lounge - the most spacious and luxurious of its kind in Tokyo.

The hotel's 12 restaurants & bars include 2 Michelin Star Pierre Gagnaire, Japanese restaurant Unkai with views to its traditional garden, The Steakhouse, offering a neighborhood steak experience and the hotel's award-winning top-floor cocktail bar MIXX Bar & Lounge.

The 20 meter open-air swimming pool is an attraction during summer. Ka-Tsu Fitness, the hotel's well-equipped is available to guests 24 hours a day.
How to get there?
From Tameike-Sanno Station (Subway), Exit 13: 1 min on foot.
From Haneda Airport: 40 min by car.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway from Kasumigaseki Ramp.
Akasaka Granbell Hotel
Akasaka Granbell Hotel
This stylish hotel is conveniently located just two minutes' walking distance from Akasaka Mitsuke Station. All of the guest rooms are fully equipped with LAN access, a LCD TV, a high-grade bed from Simmons and more.

About Hotel Breakfast:
Light breakfast is served free of charge (different kinds of bread, cereals, coffee, tea, etc.).
Breakfast is to be requested at the front desk and will be served at the guest room.
How to get there?
From Akasaka-mitsuke Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or Marunouchi Line: Exit the station via the Belle Vie Exit. The hotel is two minutes from the station on foot. From Akasaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line: The hotel is seven or eight minutes from the station on foot. From Nagata Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, Hanzomon Line or Namboku Line: Get off at the station and go toward the Akasaka-mitsuke Station.
Hotel Monterey Akasaka
Hotel Monterey Akasaka
This unique British-style hotel stands on Aoyama Dori street, close to Akasaka-Mitsuke Station. Aimed at both business and tourists, the hotel offers easy access to Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Tokyo.
How to get there?
From Akasaka-Mitsuke Station (Ginza Subway Line, Marunouchi Line), A Exit: 5 min on foot.
Henn na Hotel Tokyo Akasaka
Henn na Hotel Tokyo Akasaka
This hotel is within walking distance to 3 stations which can be used to reach Tokyo, Shinjuku, Roppongi, Shibuya, and Ginza.
How to get there?
From Tameike-sanno Station (Namboku Subway Line, Ginza Line), Exit 11: About 4 min on foot.
From Akasaka Station (Chiyoda Subway Line), Exit 5: 5 min on foot.
From Akasaka-mitsuke Station (Marunouchi Subway Line, Ginza Line), Exit 10: 8 min on foot.
By car: About 5 min from Shuto Expressway Inner Circular Route Kasumigaseki IC.
APA Hotel Pride Kokkaigijidomae (All Rooms Non-smoking)
APA Hotel Pride Kokkaigijidomae (All Rooms Non-smoking)
This hotel is scheduled to open on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 50 min by taxi at around JPY 8,000 (as of Nov. 2018).
From Kokkai-gijidomae Station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Marunouchi Line), Exit 5: About 1 min on foot. *For the Marunouchi Line, go through the Chiyoda Line platform (435 m).
From Tameikesanno Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Namboku Line), Exit 5: 1 min on foot. *For the Ginza Line, go through the Namboku Line platform (22 m).
From Nagatacho Station (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, Hanzomon Line): 8 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway Inner Circular Route from Kasumigaseki IC.
Hotel Felice Akasaka by Relief
Hotel Felice Akasaka by Relief
A 'Japan you have yet to see' is waiting in the Akasaka 3 Chome area. This hotel provides comfort you can only experience here.
How to get there?
From Akasaka Station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line), Exit 1: 1 min on foot.
From Akasaka-mitsuke Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza & Marunouchi lines): 5 min on foot.
APA Villa Hotel Akasaka-Mitsuke (APA Hotels & Resorts)
APA Villa Hotel Akasaka-Mitsuke (APA Hotels & Resorts)
Located just 2 minutes from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station on foot and within walking distance of Akasaka Circus and Tokyo Midtown, this hotel makes a great choice for guests visiting on business or those planning on sightseeing around the city. Guests can make use of 5 subway lines.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport International Terminal: Take the train to Shimbashi Station. Then take the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line train to Akasaka-mitsuke Station. The hotel is about 2 minutes on foot from Exit 10.
From Akasaka-mitsuke Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line) Exit 10: About 2 minutes on foot.
From Nagatacho Station (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, Tokyo Metro Namboku Line): About 5 minutes on foot.
From Akasaka Station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line): About 7 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at Kasumigaseki IC and continue for about 3 minutes.
Hotel MyStays Premier Akasaka
Hotel MyStays Premier Akasaka
Located within walking distance of Akasaka Sacas, Tokyo Midtown, and Roppongi Hills, this hotel has a quiet open terrace where bookworms will surely enjoy their time. There is a free fitness space is on site.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 55 min via Keikyu, Asakusa, Ginza, and Chiyoda lines.
From Akasaka Station (Chiyoda Subway Line): About 4 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at Kasumigaseki IC.
APA Hotel Hanzomon Hirakawacho
APA Hotel Hanzomon Hirakawacho
With the Hanzomon and Yurakucho Lines located nearby, this hotel offers convenient access to various destinations around the city. Tokyo Disney Resort and Tokyo Skytree can be reached in about 30 minutes! Convenient for either business or leisure!
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport (Domestic Terminal): Take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station. Then take the JR Yamanote Line to Yurakucho Station, and change there to the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line. Get off at Kojimachi Station. About 4 minutes on foot from there. About 40 minutes in total.
From Yotsuya Station (JR Chuo Line, JR Sobu Line): About 15 minutes on foot.
From Hanzomon Station (Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line) Exit 1: About 3 minutes on foot.
From Kojimachi Station (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line) Exit 1: About 4 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway Inner Circular Route at Miyakezaka Junction and continue for about 7 minutes.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway Route 4 Shinjuku Line at Miyakezaka Junction and continue for about 8 minutes.
Keio Presso Inn Akasaka
Keio Presso Inn Akasaka
Just a minute's walk from Akasaka Station. This hotel makes a great base for business or leisure and places emphasis on a sound night's sleep. Complimentary breakfast provided.
How to get there?
From Akasaka Station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line) Exit 5b: About 1 minute on foot.
The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho
The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho
This high-rise hotel offers 250 rooms, designed for comfort and function and offering great views. Kioicho delivers a comfortable space to meet a variety of guests' lifestyles.
How to get there?
From Akasaka-mitsuke Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line), Exit D for Kioicho: About 1 min on foot.
By car: About 2 km (about 6 min) from Shuto Expressway Kasumigaseki IC.
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo-Akasaka
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo-Akasaka
The hotel is located in Akasaka, central Tokyo. Less than a minute walk from the station, this hotel has a wonderful location for guests visiting on business or leisure.
How to get there?
From Akasaka Station (Chiyoda Line), Exit 7: About 1 minute on foot.
Toyamaken Akasaka Kaikan
Toyamaken Akasaka Kaikan
Located near the Tokyo Goethe Institut and the Embassy of Canada, this quiet inn surrounded by lush greenery awaits guests with warm hospitality. It offers delicious Japanese Kaiseki cuisine using the finest ingredients of Toyama.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: Take the Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station. Walk to Daimon Station, then take the Oedo Line bound for Shinjuku and get off at Aoyama Itchome (10 min). 10 minutes on foot or 3 minutes by taxi from Exit 4.
By car: Exit the Shuto (Metropolitan) Expressway at Gaien IC and continue along Gaien-Higashi Dori (Route 319) for about 5 minutes (3 km).
Hotel LiVEMAX Akasaka
Hotel LiVEMAX Akasaka
How to get there?
From Akasaka Station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line), Exit 7: About 3 min on foot. (From 22:00, Exit 4 is the closest exit (about 5 min on foot).)