Located in Akasaka, the InterContinental ANA Tokyo is a large and long-standing hotel that offers some of the cheapest luxury hotel room rates in the city.
Akasaka is not the most convenient location in Tokyo. It’s an upscale neighborhood of embassies and high-end apartments, but it’s not really a nightlife or shopping district. If you stay here, you’re going to have to take a taxi or subway for most of your exploration and dining.
Because of the location, this hotel offers some extremely reasonable rates. Indeed, you won’t find many hotels that offer rooms of this size and full hotel facilities for these rates. And, because the hotel is in a relatively high building, there are good views from many of the rooms.
All in all, the InterContinental is a pretty good value and is recommended if you don’t mind staying a bit away from the bustling centers of Tokyo.
ANA InterContinental Tokyo
1-12-33 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052
Moderate to Expensive
wifi and LAN cable access
Subway: 1-minute walk from exit 13 of Tameike-sanno Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Namboku lines.
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