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|Distance to city center||1.8 mi|
|"Clean, warm and great location"||(in 245 reviews)|
|"Tons of excellent restaurants close by."||(in 63 reviews)|
|"The staff are friendly and helpful."||(in 75 reviews)|
|"Small room, no natural light."||(in 53 reviews)|
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|room was very small||in 138 reviews|
|staff were friendly||in 119 reviews|
Size of the room
Loved the spa at the end of a busy working day.
The rooms are very small and you can't see out but if you expect this then that is fine.
Clean, tidy room with everything working well and in convenient places. Long counter running the length of the room, desk to the left with nice compact LED lamp and power center (2 100v universal plugs and 2 USB ports) and sink to the right. This means that somebody can be showering and using the toilet while another person washes up at the sink. Rather nice! Mini fridge in cabinet under the sink, but power switch to fridge on edge of counter along the sink. It is all too easy to accidentally turn the fridge off while using the sink. We did this twice during our 4 day stay. Not a good design choice there. Large mirror over the sink with LED lights around all 4 sides makes for easy washing up and make up application at the sink. A definite plus. Small but bright pivoting LED reading lamps at each side of the bed. Light controls for the entire room on a panel next to the bed near the counter described above. Easy to turn lights on and off at bedtime. Staff very friendly and helpful. We were able to leave our luggage with the staff on the day of departure until the evening when we returned to transfer to the new hotel. They helped us call a cab and were professional and courteous during our entire stay. Breakfast at the 9th floor was excellent. Scrambled and hard boiled eggs along with yogurt and a small selection of sliced fresh fruit, plus croissants, danishes, and sometimes sliced pretzels with butter (good!) for the western tourists. Mackerel,, natto, salad, rice, and curry for the Japanese (plus others that I don't know how to describe). The breakfast room has a nice view of the Akasaka area, and it was always pleasant to look out while eating. 4th floor has a coin operated laundry with 2 machines that do a combined wash and dry in 2 hours 10 minutes for 500 yen. Soap is automatically added, so you don't have to do anything but return after the cycle is done. You enter a 4 digit combination to lock the machine to start the cycle., Nice!
There is no view from the windows on the second floor. I don't know if that's the case for all the rooms. It's a bit like being in a cruise ship cabin on the inside, where there is no porthole/window. Maybe a bit tough for the claustrophobic. Floor space very limited. Packing the suitcases and managing clothes for the day definitely needed to be done on the beds. Not a deal breaker, but required more coordination of tasks when my wife and I were both up and moving. The shower curtain is very light weight and will float up and onto you while showering if you put the lower edge of the curtain on the inside as most westerners will do. You end up wearing the shower curtain on half of your body as you shower. Since the entire shower/tub room is set up to get wet (drain in the floor outside the tub), putting the curtain on the outside of the tub helps keep the curtain off of you. Not immediately obvious. On the plus side, the shower provides a fixed shower head high overhead plus the usual handheld shower head with an adjustable bracket at a lower level. If you use the handheld shower head, the curtain doesn't stick to you. It's only if you use the fixed high shower head.
The design Ann cleanliness
The room size
Everything. It was a wonderful room.
With a stay at HOTEL FELICE AKASAKA in Tokyo (Akasaka), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of National Diet Building and Tokyo Midtown. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and laundry facilities.
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