Hotel Marroad Inn Akasaka is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Minato, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also features an on-site restaurant to make your visit even more pleasant.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Minato, Hotel Marroad Inn Akasaka is located a short distance from Villa Tokyo (0.4 mi) and Toyokawa Inari Tokyo Betsuin (0.5 mi).
Travellers looking to enjoy some lobster can head to NARISAWA, Atelier Morimoto XEX, or Mon cher ton ton Roppongi. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Asian restaurant such as Gonpachi Nishiazabu, Sushi Saito, or Sukiyabashi Jiro Roppongi Hills.
Should time allow, The National Art Center, Tokyo, Tokyo Tower, and Akasaka Palace (State Guesthouse) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Minato!
i had a very last minute trip and had to stay in akasaka/roppongi. it was more spacious than akasako yoko hotel (where i moved from) i booked a single but was given double somehow. the room is using the old style key but not a big problem i had a package delivered to the hotel, however they had hard time finding it near the convenient stores, about 7 min walk to akasaka and 7 min walk to roppongi
I was arriving at Tokyo late and just wanted reasonable accommodation near the National Art Centre where I was visiting next day, and this hotel suited my purpose. It was within walking distance from the Art Centre and also the nearest station. There were also a few convenience stores between the station and the hotel, which was handy given I was arriving late. The place is nothing fancy. The room I stayed faced the next building, and in fact, I could only see the wall of the next building from my bedroom window. The breakfast was surprisingly good and they offer both Japanese and Western buffet breakfast. The staff at the hotel was very helpful and gave me very clear directions to the Art Centre and the nearest station for me to get to the airport.
Reception area smelt of tobacco. Rooms too small with thin walls. Staff look at you in horror if you try talking to them (maybe that was just me). However, it was cheap. There's a Chinese restaurant next to reception which looked dull and was always empty.
Hotel is near to Akasaka station and a lot of cheap restos and convenience stores are just around the place. The staff are friendly and accommodating. You can also use LAN cable for your laptop because there's no wifi available. Vending machines are also available in some floors so it's easier to grab a drink and snack.
This hotel is in a good location, but the room quality is poor. I had a ripped bedspread which had the stuffing popping out of it. The room itself is very small, almost so small you can not fit in a suitcase at the end of your bed, the hotel staff are at tentative but not friendly. Buffet if of ok standard.
The hotel room is very small and no wifi provided even when we want to pay for it!! You can only use the cable when you check in ( 4pm- very late). The receptionists are not really helpful. However, the bathroom is quite comfortable with modern equipment.
The hotel is conveniently loacated in a quiet street but close to many good retaurants and shops. Just less then 5 minutes walk to near by Akasaka station where you can take the subway to city center. The hotel staff is friendly even they dont speak much English but they try their best to accomodate their guests. No wifi as many other hotels in Japan but they do have Free LAN in the room. Breakbast is typical Japanese style with some bread. Will stay here again if I go back to Tokyo
I stayed in this hotel for business trip. Here is very low price despite good place, but I was dissatisfied with, Short Lan cable (We cannot operate PC with our leaning against a wall on bed. Rooms are dark a little. We hear the noise of next room including voice. I think quantity of breakfast is enough but it is better if we have a light breakfast(for example, eggs+ toast+coffee) Ditch in the bathroom is too huge and it becomes troublesome if you drop your finger rings. It is good for us to use ice for free from vending machine and many towels. We can find several restaurants,(from low price like fast food or Sukiya, Nakau convenience store , to exclusive shops) and coin washers ( I found two . but these are old and dirty shops) around hotel.
We booked into Marroad Inn six days ago. We were told by the organiser of our accommodation that it was cheaper than the one we had booked in Ropongi. Yes it was cheap or rather affordable. A room cost 12,000 Yen, close to 100 dollars. When checking in, what greeted me was some guy that looked more of an American smoking just next to the reception. Apparently, that is the hotel's smoking area. God, the smoking area can be taken elsewhere. The strong smell of a cocktail of smoked cigarettes seems to escape to the rooms, especially the second floor where I booked my room. And what happens to the restaurant? Closed on holidays and weekends? Its so inconviniencing.
If you're looking for budget accommodations but a capsule hotel does not appeal, spend a few dollars more and try the Marroad Inn Akasaka. The rooms are typical Japanese business hotel sized and rather worn, but there is free LAN internet, a surprisingly nice TV (no English channels), and the beds are comfortable enough. All this plus a location on a quiet street in a nice neighborhood, yet only about a four minute walk from the back of Tokyo Midtown. Also, the hotel is very close to two metro stops. Very good deals are to be found on the hotel website, especially on weekends. By the way, skip the Western-style breakfast. I know it is only $3 with your room but either get the Japanese set (same price) or go to the Bagel&Bagel around the block. One warning: There are no deadbolts on the doors, nor are there peepholes. Security seems to be fine (the front desk is attended 24 hours a day), but it may put some people off so I thought I'd mention it. Also, though this hotel is well within walking distance to Roppongi Hills, the area you must walk through, like all of the Roppongi Crossing area, is filled with aggressive touts trying to lure you into their hostess bars. Most travelers will brush them off, but this is not necessarily the best area to be walking around with children late-ish at night. Again, the area directly around the hotel is quite nice.…