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Located in Akasaka, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Suntory Hall and National Diet Building. Tokyo Midtown and Mori Art Museum are also within 1 mi ...
Those planning to roam in Japan's national capital, Tokyo, will be able to find a great range of unique neighborhoods, such as Akasaka, which is 1 mile (2 kilometers) from the center of town.
The Tokyo Tower, Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Imperial Palace are some celebrated visitor attractions you should think about visiting when you're vacationing in Tokyo.
Want to spend time in Akasaka? It is a well-regarded location and it's easy to see why, with its proximity to great attractions like the Yasukuni Shrine and Mori Art Museum.
Trying to find a place rest your weary feet in Akasaka? While there you should definitely see the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, so why not stay within walking distance of the attraction where you will have a wide range of lodging options to pick from, such as the Park Hyatt Tokyo, Hilton Tokyo, Hyatt Regency Tokyo, Hotel New Otani Tokyo, The Main and Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo.
If you and your travel companions are thinking about a vacation in Tokyo, then you might like to spend a few nights in Akasaka. There you can spend your vacation within a few blocks of the National Diet Building at the Conrad Tokyo and Imperial Hotel, or perhaps you might like to stay closer to the Imperial Palace Garden at the The Tokyo Station Hotel and InterContinental ANA Tokyo.
Are you traveling to Tokyo? If you can't find what you're looking for in Akasaka, consider booking a room in one of the nearby areas, Shinjuku and Shiba.
Wise people say traveling is living so go to Travelocity's web page and find a Akasaka accommodation option.