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Frequently asked questions
What's it like in Akasaka?
Travelers love the Akasaka neighborhood for its array of dining options, sightseeing, and major shopping area. Looking for sights you might find in a travel guide about Akasaka? Consider a visit to Tokyo Midtown while you’re in the neighborhood.
What's a favorite place to stay in Akasaka?
Based on Expedia customer reviews, The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo is the highest ranked property in Akasaka. This 5-star hotel offers a full-service spa and 3 restaurants. It’s located steps from Tokyo Midtown. Other favorite options in the area include The Centurion Hotel Classic Akasaka and Hotel Risveglio Akasaka.
How many hotels can I expect to find in Akasaka?
If you’re searching for places to stay in Tokyo, Expedia has something to meet your needs with 70 Akasaka hotels and other accommodations to choose from.
If I need to cancel my hotel reservation in Akasaka, will I receive a refund?
Yes, most hotel room reservations are refundable if you cancel before the accommodation’s cancellation deadline, which is often 24 or 48 hours before your scheduled arrival. If your reservation is non-refundable, you might be able to still cancel and receive a refund within 24 hours of your booking. Plug in your dates, click on “Search”, then use the filter option “free cancellation” to get the best deals available in Akasaka.
Where can I learn more about changing or cancelling my trip to Akasaka?
What can I see and do in this Tokyo neighborhood?
You might want to spend some time browsing the exhibits at Fujifilm Square, 21 21 Design Sight, or Toraya Museum during your stay in Akasaka. You could also plan a visit to Tokyo Midtown or Akasaka Sacas while you’re in the neighborhood. Favorite places to visit in the surrounding area include Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo National Olympic Stadium. Tokyo Imperial Palace and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden are also worth a visit when you’re out sightseeing in Tokyo.
How can I get around Akasaka and the greater Tokyo area?
For a quick way to explore the city, catch a ride on metro transit at Akasaka Station, Tameike-sanno Station, or Nogizaka Station.