Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara is a stylish new midscale hotel located in one of Tokyo’s trendiest downtown districts.
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The 80 contemporary rooms are equipped with cutting-edge amenities such as international power sockets and complimentary Wi-Fi, keeping all guests fully-connected throughout their stay. Guests can start their day with buffet breakfast and a hotel vending machine will offer quick snacks and drinks, 24-7. A laundry service is also available.
Akihabara is the spiritual home of Japanese youth culture, with lively streets and shops specializing in consumer electronics, manga and anime.
Located less than 400 meters from Suehirocho and Naka-Okachimachi stations on the Tokyo Metro, 60 minutes from Haneda Airport and 70 minutes from Narita Airport, Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara is the perfect option for travelers seeking convenient, comfortable and affordable accommodation in the heart of the city.
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Only guide dogs for blind guests.
I really enjoyed staying at this hotel. The room was clean and tidy, and a good size. The bed and pillows allowed for a comfortable sleep. It is located within 8 minutes of two JR stations. There...
Hamilton on 01-May-2019
Very small rooms but this hotel was such a great deal, I booked two rooms for us (one couple, one 15 year old). The staff was extremely helpful trying to help us figure out if the sumo wrestling...
By Jackie E
Chevy Chase, Maryland on 21-Apr-2019
Small and cozy efficient rooms with spaces only really for the bed and desk, but very efficiently spaced and western standards. Good for families. Did not try breakfast but there is a convenience...
So few western brands in Tokyo in the budget and mid-range price that most of my loyalty programs are worthless here. Luckily there is Best Western and this new hotel fits the bill...
Xiamen, China on 23-Mar-2019
We couldn't find the entrance, as it is on the side of the building. They have a small lobby, but friendly staff. The room size is small, but this is normal for tokyo standard. Because it is new...