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All reviewswashing machinesmall kitchenettericecapsule roomsleeping areawooden flooringper nighta queen size bedhotel is locatednice and clean hotelyour doorsteppocket wifibars and restaurantschiyoda linebreakfast includedevery morningwould stay here again
On plus side - great location on the cosy street filled with restaurants, helpful staff, 2 metro stations within 5min walk, well equipped room: washing machine, kitchennete, slippers, air purifier, air conditioning, tv, smartphone for internet use, wifi, safe, hair dryer, various toiletteries, nice modern...More
This hotel is located in a great area of Tokyo - Akasaka! Lots of restaurants and shopping right outside your doorstep. 2 Metro stations a short distance away. The room was large, beds were comfy and the bonus was a clothing washer/dryer unit in the...More
I'm currently staying there and just got changed into the third cabin.
The place is infested with bed bugs, floors smell very bad, and no good ventilation IN cabins at all.
Staff are very cooperative and doing their best but there is a hygiene/ventilation problem...More
I had one of the best nights sleep at this hotel! Our two bedroom suite had no windows admittedly, so no view. But since we were out and about all day, we came back just to rest and sleep. And this was perfect!!!
I booked this hotel room without realising that it is somewhat like a serviced-apartment. It comes with a mini kitchen area (wash basin, stove, and washing machine) and a mini-balcony! The toilet bowl is separated from the main bathing area, which is unique. Refer to...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
I stayed more days in Centurion Central and just one night in Centurion Residential. I don’t know if this is the reason they gave me a more pleasant room in the first hotel. The room I had in Centurion Residential didn’t... More
I stayed more days in Centurion Central and just one night in Centurion Residential. I don’t know if this is the reason they gave me a more pleasant room in the first hotel. The room I had in Centurion Residential didn’t offer the comfort you need for a stay of more days. So I have a better memory of the first of hotel and I would definitely advice to go there.
Response from Julien_VD | Reviewed this property |
I was there about one year ago, and I remember there was a washing machine (smaller version, vertical model, i.e. opening on the top) in the room. I do not know what type of room I had, but it looked to me it was... More
I was there about one year ago, and I remember there was a washing machine (smaller version, vertical model, i.e. opening on the top) in the room. I do not know what type of room I had, but it looked to me it was standard equipment.