Established mainly for Asian students and travelers on limited budgets, these accommodations have become popular due to their good value and easy access (a 15-minute walk) to the nightlife of Roppongi. The "semi-doubles" here are really singles, but twins and doubles are quite spacious for the price. Appointments are a bit spartan—off-white walls, mass-market veneer furniture—but each room has plenty of basic amenities like a hair dryer, electric kettle, yukata (Japanese robe), and a TV (for a 1,000-yen charge). The Fuji restaurant offers a breakfast buffet that includes freshly baked bread.
8–10–32 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052, Japan
Dec 4, 2005
Great value Tokyo hotel. Not the Ritz but very acceptable and very clean with some for those on a budget.