If you’re looking for both convenience and peace and quiet, Akasaka (赤坂) is one of the best places to stay in Tokyo (東京). While this business district is a little out of the main buzz of Tokyo, you can be sped into the bustling streets of Shibuya (渋谷), Shinjuku (新宿) and Asakusa (浅草) within no time thanks to the easy access to several train lines. Brimming with restaurants and the typical towering skyscrapers of modern Tokyo, a stay in Akasaka will make Tokyo an unforgettable trip.
If you stay in this modern district, you can visit the popular Hie Shrine. This relaxing shrine is a peaceful and serene experience in such a bustling area and is a great place for a picnic or a tranquil afternoon. Depending on when you visit, the Hie Shrine also holds a wonderful festival called Sanno Matsuri, which includes dancing, food, and music.
Akasaka is famous for its high-end restaurants, particularly on Sotobori-dori and Hitotsugi-dori and their surrounding areas. Try out Tenichi for amazing tempura, or Shabuzen for great shabu-shabu. There is also an active and fashionable nightlife in Akasaka, filled with glitzy bars, clubs, and music venues.
To make the most of your time in Japan’s capital, stay over at one of these 26 hotels in Akasaka. Whether you’re looking for something upmarket and luxurious or affordable and simple, these hotels will have you in easy reach of some of Tokyo’s main sightseeing spots and all with guaranteed comfort.
APA has a large number of branches around Tokyo and the rest of Japan and is known as a consistent and clean chain of hotels known for it’s good service. The APA Villa Hotel Akasaka-Mitsuke (アパヴィラホテル赤坂見附) is in easy walking distance of three accessible stations in the area: Akasaka Mitsuke, Nagatacho (永田町) and Akasaka.
As well as access to Wi-Fi and BBC World News channels from your room, you can also head over to the in-house Italian bar where you can find delicious regional cuisine produced by Yokoyama (横山), a chef who won the Japan Barista Championship.
Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu (赤坂エクセルホテル東急) is the perfect spot in Akasaka, just a 1-minute walk from Akasaka Mitsuke Station and 2 minutes from Nagatacho Station which gives you access to a number of other areas while still being in easy reach of the streets of Akasaka.
The ground floor of the hotel houses a convenience store while the second floor of the building offers a shopping arcade as well as a variety of restaurants and cafes.
Another popular chain is Hotel Mystays Premier who opened another pristine branch in the centre of the Akasaka neighbourhood in July 2016. Just a 4-minute walk from Akasaka Station, you can find yourself at Tokyo Station (東京駅) in just 20 minutes and Haneda Airport (羽田空港) in just 1 hour.
With the hotel’s recent opening you’re guaranteed a clean and comfortable stay with the extra benefits of an open terrace on the third floor which overlooks trees and nature, as well as a free fitness space.
Akasaka Yoko Hotel (赤坂陽光ホテル) is just a 5-minute walk from Akasaka Station. Also, with Roppongi (六本木) within walking distance, you’re just moments away from the neighbourhood’s art galleries and nightlife.
After renovations were made to the guest rooms in February 2017, the Akasaka Yoko Hotel has even more comfortable and spacious rooms to offer its well-treated guests. You can also benefit from the many complimentary beauty products that are available for guests.
Hop off the Chiyoda Line (千代田線) at Akasaka Station and one minute’s walk later you’ll find yourself at Hotel Grand Fresa Akasaka (ホテルグランドフレッサ赤坂).
This hotel doesn’t just offer a handy location but also a good night’s sleep thanks to the Simmons beds found in the spacious guest rooms, which have been voted one of the world’s most comfortable beds. You’ll also find enriched bathing products in the immaculate bathrooms as well as access to Wi-Fi from all over the hotel.
The Zenkoku Choson Kaikan (全国町村会館) has a wonderful choice of room styles with variations on both Japanese and western.
You’ll find yourself conveniently located just a 1-minute walk from Nagatacho Station and within easy reach of the shop on the ground floor of the building where you will find a number of goods including food and magazines.
The Keio Presso Inn is a chain with a reputation for comfortable and clean rooms. Although the hotel was designed as a business hotel, this has the extra benefit of a quiet setting and the chance to relax among locals.
Be sure to take advantage of the free breakfast on offer where you will find freshly baked bread and sandwiches.
The Super Hotel Lohas Akasaka (スーパーホテル Lohas 赤坂) has been making its guests happy since the grand opening in 2015. Within just 2 minutes walking distance from Akasaka Station, the hotel has everything you could need with a convenience store and pharmacy on the ground floor, an in-house cafe which offers breakfast and evening meals as well as indoor artificial hot springs for unwinding in the evening.
Akasaka Crystal Hotel (赤坂クリスタルホテル) is great for those that love a good deal. Check in at off-peak times and you can bag yourself a real bargain.
The clean guest rooms are packed out with free toiletries and extra amenities including slippers, a hairdryer, trouser press and safety deposit box.
A hotel with a unique style is Hotel the M Akasaka Innsomnia (ホテル・ザ・エム 赤坂 インソムニア) whose closest station is Akasaka Station on the Chiyoda line. The hotel’s charm is found from the friendly entrance to the simple and stylish rooms to the hotel’s 24-hour cafe and training room.
The hotel offers rooms for all combinations of visitors, including deluxe rooms with some of the most spacious rooms you can find in Tokyo.
Enjoy the English vibes of Hotel Monterey Akasaka (ホテルモントレ赤坂) in a grand and luxurious setting. Just 5 minutes walk from Akasaka-mitsuke Station, you’ll find yourself in the heart of the city. However, one step through the doors of Hotel Monterey and you’ll feel a peaceful and quiet atmosphere to relax in at the end of a long day.
Stylish rooms, sophisticated and delicious dining and top quality service all contribute to Hotel Monterey Akasaka’s infallible reputation.
The Akasaka Granbell Hotel (赤坂グランベルホテル) went through a stylish make-over in March 2016 which has left it with even more comfortable, elegant and spacious rooms. Just two minutes from Akasaka-mitsuke Station, you can unwind in the heart of Akasaka with views over the city, a generous space to relax in your room and all with the assistance of the welcoming staff.
The hotel’s free breakfast consists of delicious pastries and dishes to keep you going ‘til lunch.
Whether you’re travelling as a couple or in a large group, this designer hotel is ready to accommodate you with open arms. Just 2 minutes from Akasaka-mitsuke Station, this is the perfect luxury hotel to spend relaxing moments after your days out exploring Tokyo.
The hotel is set up for guests looking to stay for both short and long stays with a new Vintage Tower that recently opened in April 2017. Don’t miss out on the hotel’s complimentary breakfast and the calming in-house public indoor baths.
Choose from a number of different room styles at Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka (センチュリオンホテルレジデンシャル赤坂). Whether you’d like a simple and stylish room or a room with extra amenities including a mini kitchen, a washing machine/dryer.
There is also a free private sauna specifically for men and a rock salt lava bath for women with free use of the footbath.
Located in a quiet part of Akasaka just 5 minutes from Akasaka Station, Marroad Inn Akasaka (マロウドイン赤坂) is an affordable and comfortable hotel. You’ll also find yourself within walking reach of the exciting streets of Roppongi where you can go out to explore. Rather stay in and eat in the hotel’s restaurant? Enjoy a number of delicious dishes, including steak and fish dishes.
Convenient in its location and immaculate on the inside, the B Tokyo Akasaka-mitsuke (ザ・ビー 東京 赤坂見附) hotel ticks all the boxes just a 1-minute walk Akasaka-mitsuke Station. Help yourself to a fresh cup of coffee at any time of day and enjoy breakfast in the ground floor cafe before heading out to discover the surrounding areas.
First Cabin is the upgrade on a cramped capsule hotel. Guest rooms come in the form of a compact room with comfortable beds with storage underneath and are perfect for those travelling alone or on a budget. Floors are separated into men’s and women’s floors with public bathing facilities including sento (銭湯) (indoor artificial hot springs).
With one night putting you back around 5,000 yen, this is one of the cheapest stays you’ll find in such a central location!
This relatively new hotel, just opened in December 2015, captures the style and modernity of Tokyo in a number of styles of guest rooms. Each room is unique featuring different types of art displayed on the walls and different combinations of beds.
This is a perfect luxury stay just 2 minutes from Akasaka-mitsuke Station and with a delicious breakfast option where you can choose from egg’s benedict, omelette and an acai bowl.
Luxurious, distinctive and almost brand new, the Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho is an unmissable hotel for those that like to travel in style. Opening its doors to the public in July 2016, this fantastic hotel is found just a 1-minute walk from Akasaka Mitsuke Station and offers only the best to its guests with the rooms located from the 30th to 36th floors of the building.
Not only can you enjoy the incredible views over Tokyo both night and day but you will also experience it all in a quiet and peaceful atmosphere thanks to the hotel’s thick walls.
Hotel New Otani Executive House Zen (ホテルニューオータニ エグゼクティブハウス禅) doesn’t just offer somewhere to stay but a whole experience in itself. This beautiful hotel is one of Tokyo’s highest quality hotels thanks to its numerous amenities, excellent service and its gardens which are an incredible sight to behold.
Look out of the spacious guest room windows to look over the stretching garden complete with waterfall and Japanese style bridges, as well as the hotel’s outdoor pool.
While this hotel offers a modern style, the Japanese traditional architecture is complimented by other Japanese elements throughout the interior of the hotel, including screens and sliding doors. Delicious food can be enjoyed at any time of day, whether you’re looking for Japanese, Chinese or western food.
Don’t miss the indoor pool and beauty treatment room for a real taste of luxury and relaxation during your stay.
Found in the western part of Akasaka, Toyamaken Akasaka Kaikan (富山県赤坂会館) is just a 10-minute walk from easily accessible Aoyama Itchome Station (青山一丁目駅). The hotel sits in a green area within reach of several interesting areas including Roppongi, the National Art Center (国立新美術館) and the Suntory Museum of Art (サントリー美術館). As well as beautiful rooms, the hotel offers a number of incredible dishes including traditional Japanese cuisine.
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Just opened in August 2016, Akasaka Urban Hotel (赤坂アーバンホテル) is a simple and reliable hotel just a 3-minute walk from Tameike Sanno Station (溜池山王駅) and 4 minutes from Akasaka Station. While some hotels offer smoking rooms, Akasaka Urban Hotel bans smoking to guarantee that there is no leftover smell in the clean guest rooms.
Enjoy a buffet at breakfast where you can find both Japanese and international dishes.
This guest house created just for women is a 5-minute walk from Akasaka-mitsuke Station. Opened in June 2016, the hotel is new, clean and comfortable with affordable prices. Stay in a dormitory with access to Wi-Fi as well as access to a number of manga books.
This cosy guest house offers both dormitories (mixed or female only) as well as Japanese-style private rooms. Just a 5-minute walk from Akasaka Station, you’re in easy reach of many other places around Tokyo. However, the relaxing atmosphere of the hotel makes it the perfect place to settle down for the evening with their stylish cafe and bar.
Inno Hostel is a backpackers’ paradise which is warmly decorated to welcome travellers from around the globe. Instead of the usual shared dormitories, you will find private dormitory-style rooms for an upgrade on a usual hostel but still with prices as low as under 4,000 yen per night.
The guest house also has its own bar and its own kitchen which is perfect for an evening alone or making new friends.
Wandering the streets and discovering the surrounding areas of Akasaka is bound to leave you with good memories of Tokyo. Pick any of these hotels and your stay will be both comfortable and relaxing with a whole new world to discover at your doorstep.