Keio Presso Inn Akasaka is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Minato, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Keio Presso Inn Akasaka features 24 hour front desk and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable.
Close to some of Minato's most popular landmarks, such as Toyokawa Inari Tokyo Betsuin (0.4 mi) and Villa Tokyo (0.6 mi), Keio Presso Inn Akasaka is a great destination for tourists.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Minato's popular dumplings restaurants such as Gonpachi Nishiazabu, Ippudo Roppongi, and GYOZA!365, all a short distance from Keio Presso Inn Akasaka.
Minato is also known for some great parks, including Shiba Park, Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park, and Korekiyo Takahashi Memorial Park, which are not too far from Keio Presso Inn Akasaka.
Enjoy your stay in Minato!
We stayed here for 4 nights. Friendly staff and excellent location. Really close to the Akasaka metro station, near many excellent restaurants and less than 30 minutes from the airport by taxi. The included breakfast is acceptable (could use a bit more variety). Overall it's a go!
We had 5 rooms booked. They were clean and basic accommodations with breakfast inclusions. This was a great location for visiting Tokyo as we were 20m away from the local train and 5 min walk to another train line. There are great restaurants within 5 mins walking. We enjoyed our stay here particularly for the price. The hotel has a laundry facility which was useful as we stayed 5 nights. Please note there’s is not a big lounge not area to gather or relax which is why I removed a star- however we spent most time out of our hotel so this wasn’t too much of a problem.
Room is tiny but well arranged, enough for 1 person, a bit tight for 2 person stay in this room. Toilet is also small. Maybe this size of room is popular in Tokyo where the price of land is very high. Room is clean, staff can speak a bit english and helpful. You can keep luggage here. Breakfast is same everyday, quite boring and not many kind of food for choosing
This is a nice hotel with a perfect location. You can reach easily metro lines by a short walking. This was my second stay in here and the reason why I returned here again was the central location in a silent street. Moreover, it is a very clean hotel. Breakfast was simple (compared to European standard) but I liked it. There were supermarkets very close to the hotel (one was just around the corner) and several restaurants! :-)
I just stayed in this hotel for 5 night with my family. I made reservation this hotel through ******.com, during almost all hotel in Tokyo is full booked due to on year end holiday season. From Narita Airport, I took bus up to Tokyo Station and continued by Tokyo Metro Train, and it is very simple to get to this hotel. During check in, staff hotel served friendly, even her english language not so fluently. The room condition is so clean, even smaller space than hotel in other Asian country, For the breakfast, always same menu everyday, but the taste is good. Due to we stay on new year's eve, hotel management gave us instant noodle, that is a tradition in Japan of eating soba noodle on new year's eve. Unfortunatelly, we can not eat this noodle, because in it there is the content of pork. We are as a moslem people can not eat pork, ham. But I ver appreciated to hotel management for preparing and serving it. The hotel location is very convinient. near from supermarket, mini market, restoran, train station and many things that we required as generally. As overall, this hotel is good serving and good location.…
In a previous trip I had already slept in the area, so this time, going with friends, I searched for an hotel in Akasaka, again. This hotel is clean, with really small rooms, (but in the end we just came back to sleep), the staff is really nice. With our surprise we found out that the breakfast was free. The Keio Presso Inn is very close to the Akasaka metro, on the Chiyoda line. In the area you will find many konbini, restaurants and cafè. For the Italian coffee lovers (I had a few in my group of friends), in the basement of Akasaka Circus, in front of the TBS, there is an Illy Caffè.
Nice hotel. Location is good. Closeby many restaurants and bars and also the Metro is closeby to explore other parts of Tokyo. Clean room, a bit small according to Tokyo style, but everything you need. Breakfast is a bit summier, but okay.
Great location, near a lot of restaurants. excellent attention. Very Modern. The only lowlight is the space, rooms are very small. I will come back without a doubt. Very close to Akasaka metro station.
The location of this hotel was excellent. There were a lot of restaurants and small stores in the neighborhood. The service and the cleanliness were perfect. Breakfast was also good. The size of the room was also fine. (not that small) My only regret was that you could check in at 15:00 which was a little bit inconvenient after a 10-hour flight to Tokyo. I wish there had been at least one TV channel in English but after a while I got used to it. Wi-fi was as fast as the Shinkanzen! :-) The staff was very helpful!
The location of the Keio Presso Inn Hotel Akasaka is just great, it is the adjacent building to the Akasaka Metro Station, Tokyo. However, the rooms may not meet your expectation, but still nicely oriented. In my word, "Small but Cosy". You may expect the room rate is about $120/night.