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Not far from Japan's government offices and the Shimbashi entertainment district is this fine example of the Tokyu Inn group. All rooms have excellent facilities and are clean and very comfortable. Tokyo Tower looms large just to the southwest. The Atago function room can accommodate meetings, seminars, parties and buffets for groups of 20-50 persons. All in all, you are assured of a pleasant stay.
At the Shiba Yayoi Kaikan, guests have a splendid view of Tokyo, including Tokyo Tower, the World Trade Center, Tokyo Bay, and Zojoji Temple. Guest rooms provide a comfortable atmosphere and functionality at a very reasonable rate. Facilities and services include maid service, multilingual staff, security and wakeup service.
Formerly known as the Hotel Atamiso, the Hotel Alcyone is listed among the "historic and memorable" hotels of Tokyo by the Japan National Tourist Organization. The decor is strictly 1970s and a bit gaudy. Rooms, however, are clean and comfortable and available with either Western-type beds and bath, or Japanese-style tatami mats with futon bedding. The Kabuki-za theater is just around the corner and the Tsukiji Fish Market is only five minutes away on foot.
Hotel Daiei is a small hotel that gives travelers comfortable and clean lodgings. The Koishikawa district is quiet and residential, within close proximity of beautiful cherry tree lined streets and the Bunkyo ward gymnasium. Rooms are small but quiet, and fax and copy services are available for business travelers. On premise you will also find a small lounge and restaurant. Note that rooms are difficult to book in February and March, when students lodge here to cram for graduation exams.
Part of a chain of hotels that trace their origins back to 1878, the 17-story Yaesu Fujiya Hotel maintains a tradition of service and friendliness. It is within 10 minutes' walk from eight rail and subway stations, including Tokyo JR Station and the many lines that meet in the Ginza district. Rooms are comfortably furnished. An "American Plan" is available, including breakfast and dinner with the room charges.
B is for Breakfast in this reasonably priced boutique hotel; the B Roppongi includes a mixed breakfast in the price of its rooms. It's in a great location for exploring the entertainment district of Roppongi so if you have a sake too many, you won't have far to go. It is also a few minutes' walk from Roppongi subway station so the rest of the city is at your disposal. Choose between a standard single, superior double or splash out on a spacious deluxe suite. All rooms are airily decorated in sophisticated muted hues. If you require parking, be sure to arrange this with the hotel in advance as spaces are limited.
While others race to catch the last subway train, guests at this hotel located just a few steps from the center of Tokyo's nightlife can revel till the wee hours. The building houses a huge game center, several restaurants and bars. The Lovenet restaurant features a karaoke lounge. The top floors each have a special double room, designed by different interior designers, creating unique surroundings for a relaxing stay.
The Monterey hotel chain prides itself on providing old European style surroundings and comfort and the Akasaka branch is no exception. The hotel is situated within walking distance of three train stations and is convenient to many of Tokyo's major destinations including Ginza, Shinjuku and Harajuku. The Monterey Akasaka caters equally well for guests of leisure and business. The rooms are small but well-kept and the staff speak some English. A good value choice in the heart of Tokyo.