Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
Steps from corporate offices and upscale restaurants in Akasaka’s Central Business District, Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu boasts a luxurious city center stay perfect for business and leisure travel. Exploring Tokyo’s top spots is a breeze as the 14-story tower is directly across the street from the Akasaka-mitsuke Subway Station, providing easy access to the high-end shops of Ginza, the famed nightlife of Roppongi, and the fashion-forward Shibuya District. Beyond its lovely location in the heart of Akasaka, the hotel boasts its own shopping arcade, restaurants, and conference rooms, making it the ideal home base to take on Tokyo.
- Walk across the street to the Akasaka-mitsuke Subway Station for quick trips to Roppongi Hills, Ginza, and Shibuya
- Head downstairs to the shopping arcade or right outside the hotel’s doors to nearby restaurants and nightlife
- Nestled in Akasaka’s Central Business District, the hotel boasts four cozy meeting rooms and a business center
- Swing by Akasaka Square for all-day dining and buffet breakfast featuring Japanese and Western dishes
- Grab a seat at Zipangu Super Dining for authentic Japanese cuisine and liquor, as well as a cigar bar
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- The hotel’s 14-story tower is home to 487 cozy room and suites. 285 non-smoking rooms available
- Every room includes a TV, mini-fridge, hot water pump pot, and tea and coffee-making facilities
- On-site business center, complimentary WiFi, and four intimate meeting rooms
Akasaka Square Dining, Restaurant — This all-day dining hotspot is known for its buffet breakfast dishing out both Japanese and Western options. The elegant, wood-decor eatery is also home to a terrace cafe.
Zipangu Super Dining, Restaurant & Cigar Bar — Authentic Japanese cuisine and liquor are served at this traditional restaurant.
Ninja Akasaka — After locating the covert entrance of this ninja-themed restaurant, you’ll immediately be led through a labyrinth of wooden walkways and secret passages to complete your “Ninja Training” and grab your seat (which may even be on the floor). Your entire dining experience nails the ninja style from the star-shaped courses to each room’s ancient Japanese castle furnishings. Between the tableside magic shows (a favorite of families), creative cuisine, and incredibly entertaining staff, Ninja Akasaka is one of Akasaka’s most popular and famous attractions. We recommend you call the restaurant to make reservations well in advance.
Roppongi District — While its nightlife is often the talk of the town, the Roppongi District isn’t all just after-hours fun. Head to Roppongi Hills to explore the temporary exhibitions of contemporary art at the Mori Art Museum, before heading upstairs for dazzling city views from the Tokyo City View Observation Deck. We suggest stopping by the observation area after the sun goes down to see the Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree light up the cityscape in the distance.
Hie Shrine — Situated atop a hill between Akasaka and Nagatacho, this complex of shrines and gardens is most known for its photo-friendly red Torri gates tunnel out back. After admiring the tunnel, enjoy the traditional Japanese architecture and culture abundant at this surprisingly-peaceful, urban shrine. You’ll often see others praying throughout the grounds, and if you’re lucky, you might even catch a Sunday ceremony (weddings are quite popular here).
Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
Steps from the Akasaka-mitsuke Subway Station and Nagatacho Station, Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu is located in Akasaka’s bustling Central Business District. Akasaka is adjacent to Nagatacho and north of the Roppongi District’s famed nightlife.