FNE Travel | Tokyo Hotels and Resorts | Tokyo Travel Information | Japan Travel Information
the b Akasaka , Tokyo

Rating - starstarstar

Email: hotels@fnetravel.com

  Hotel Introduction | Room and Accommodation | Facilities | Location | Review  
Welcome to the b Akasaka , Tokyo ~~~

 
Hotel Introduction
facade
The hotel is suitable for those who would like to benefit from the convenient location and who are interested in staying in a design-conscious hotel at a reasonable price.
  • All are very small and simple but designed with contemporary decor in the same concept as its public area. Due to the warm colour scheme and the partition partly made of glass between the bedroom and shower room, it looks more spacious than the actual area. Although all the room are without bathtub, its state-of-the art multifunctional shower pampers guests. The writing desk is small but has a modular jack and a cable code for free Internet LAN access. No closet, but there but some dress hangers on the wall. All double rooms are non-smoking.
  • There is an Italian restaurant on the ground floor facing a street. During lunch and dinner times, it provides a variety of pizza baked in the stone oven and other Italian specialties. In the morning, buffet breakfast including a Japanese menu is served. Guests can enjoy meals on the wooden-deck depending on the season and weather.
  • A modern, 8-storey grey building on the hill of Akasaka.
  • The contemporary-designed lobby is very small but with some seating areas. It is a cosy space as if it is a home living room, with fresh apples, nice espresso coffee, Internet access through a notebook PC, newspapers and the latest fashion magazines, all at free of charge for guests to enjoy there.
Top Review Book
 
Room and Accommodation
AccommodationAccommodationAccommodation
AccommodationAccommodationAccommodation
All are very small and simple but designed with contemporary decor in the same concept as its public area. Due to the warm colour scheme and the partition partly made of glass between the bedroom and shower room, it looks more spacious than the actual area. Although all the room are without bathtub, its state-of-the art multifunctional shower pampers guests. The writing desk is small but has a modular jack and a cable code for free Internet LAN access. No closet, but there but some dress hangers on the wall.
  • Pay movie
  • High-grade bedding
  • Room temperature control (air conditioning)
  • Shade curtain / curtain
  • Refrigerator coffee / tea
  • Daily room cleaning
  • Private bath robe
  • Free bath products
  • Hair drier
  • Bidet
  • Can provide room massage service
  • Slipper
  • Iron / ironing board (as required)
  • Desk
  • Free WiFi
Top Review Book
 
Facilities
FacilitiesFacilities
ReceptionLobby

The contemporary-designed lobby is very small but with some seating areas. It is a cosy space as if it is a home living room, with fresh apples, nice espresso coffee, Internet access through a notebook PC, newspapers and the latest fashion magazines, all at free of charge for guests to enjoy there.There is an Italian restaurant on the ground floor facing a street. During lunch and dinner times, it provides a variety of pizza baked in the stone oven and other Italian specialties. In the morning, buffet breakfast including a Japanese menu is served. Guests can enjoy meals on the wooden-deck depending on the season and weather.

  • 24 hours front desk service
  • Breakfast (charge)
  • Public area for coffee / tea
  • Free lobby newspaper
  • Concierge service
  • Dry cleaning / laundry service
  • Elevator
  • Computer site
  • Laundry facilities
  • Offer luxury car or official car service
  • Waiter who can speak a variety of languages
  • Luggage storage Restaurant
  • The front desk is equipped with a safe
  • Free WiFi
Top Review Book
 
Location

The hotel is located in the heart of Akasaka area, which is one of the major business districts of Tokyo. The hotel is on the hill of Akasaka behind TBS television station and shopping and dinning complex "Akasaka Sacus". The surrounding area is relatively quiet. In addition, by going down from the hill, guests will find plenty choices of restaurants on busy streets by local people. It takes 3 minutes walk from Akasaka station on the subway Chiyoda Line and 15 minutes walk from Akasaka-Mitsuke station on the subway Ginza line and Marunouchi line.

  • 90 kms to the airport (narita)
  • 20 kms to the airport (haneda)
  • 5 minute walk to the nearest metro station (akasaka)
  • 7 km to the nearest station (tokyo)
  • 1 minute walk to the nearest bus stop
  • 3 km to the nearest fair site (tokyo international forum)

Top Review Book
 
Review: (0)    click here to add a review
Top Review Book

FNE Travel | Tokyo Hotels and Resorts | Tokyo Travel Information | Japan Travel Information