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Seriously all I have to say about this Hotel is...
Best value for money by a long shoot!
We paid $120AUD a night for a 2 person bedroom. It was very spacious! Great comfy beds, all the things you would need in a hotel room....More
Great location for wandering. Close to subway stop and lots of restaurants and convenience stores. Quiet! Very comfy beds and pillows! Amazing shower, deep tub and heated toilet seat!
Staff were friendly and helpful, but did not have much English. Breakfast buffet was quite substantial...More
Hotel is in an excellent location, close to several subway lines and Airport Limousine stop (at the nearby Excell Hotel Tokyu Akasaka) and rooms are in impeccable condition. We had a 12th floor room with wonderful view to Tokyo skyline. Although hotel staff did not...More
This was our first trip to Tokyo and on the recommendation of a colleague we booked this hotel because of its reasonable price. Hotel prices are expensive in Tokyo so at least this offers value for money.
The hotel is located in a business district,...More
The queen room was quite small but normal for Tokyo at this price point. Our travelling companions got a twin double room which was almost twice as large and only about 20% more expensive, I would recommend this option. The room was spotless, with aircon,...More
Response from monakasaka, フロント オフィス マネージャー at Hotel Monterey AkasakaResponded 28 January 2015
Thank you for sharing your feedback with us. We greatly appreciate your positive comments on the Hotel Monterey AKASAKA and are pleased to know that you enjoyed staying with us.
Thank you again and we hope to welcome you back again soon on your next...More
US$76 - US$184 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#18 Romantic Hotel in Minato
#23 Business Hotel in Minato
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Smoking rooms available
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Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
I've only stayed here in the summer (and we were able to adjust the temperature for the room) but I have also stayed at Monterey Hotels in both Kyoto and Osaka during the winter and was able to adjust the room temperature no... More
I've only stayed here in the summer (and we were able to adjust the temperature for the room) but I have also stayed at Monterey Hotels in both Kyoto and Osaka during the winter and was able to adjust the room temperature no problem. Pretty sure it's the same for all hotels throughout the chain.
Response from Scruffy A | Reviewed this property |
The hotel will store your luggage. It is a very central place. You can walk towards Omotesando, but it is also very easy to take the metro to Ginza and stroll around there. The winter season is really nice in Tokyo. It is... More
The hotel will store your luggage. It is a very central place. You can walk towards Omotesando, but it is also very easy to take the metro to Ginza and stroll around there. The winter season is really nice in Tokyo. It is cold, but dry and less crowded. Some places close between the year, but only for some days, so when you arrive everything will be back in business.