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Via Inn Akihabara

Tokyo, Japan (NRT)

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Based on 184 reviews
Just two stations from Tokyo station. A simple and smart hotel located in the hot spot Akihabara.
Style: Via Inn Akihabara
Room & Rates

Non-Smoking Single A 1 Single bed

Non-Smoking Single B 1 Single bed

Via Inn Akihabara
2-18 Suda-cho Kanda Chiyoda-ku Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 1010041

Location

Situated in Shinagawa district, 1.6km from Tokyo Central Railway Station, Yasukuni Shrine and The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin). Akihabara, Yushima Tenmangu Shrine and Kanda in Tokyo are found close-by.

Why Stay Here

  • Ice Machine
  • Computer Station

Resort Details

Via Inn Akihabara offers non-smoking accommodation in a business area of Tokyo.

Accommodation Details

The hotel offers air conditioning/heating, and a refrigerator.

Restaurants, Lounges & Bars

Complimentary breakfast served daily.

AMENITIES:
  • Business Center
  • Free Breakfast
  • Front Desk
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 184 reviews
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Submitted on 27-04-2015
This is the second I stay in this hotel. And it didn't disappoint me this time too. Location is excellent just less than 5 minutes walk from JR and Metro station. Lot of restaurants and shops around which open til late. Great for traveller who love technology and amine as Akihabara is famous for it. This time we staying at high level Twin bedroom where I can see Tokyo Sky tree from our room. Bathroom is surprisingly spacious also with a nice view. Only cons is it take some time for the lift to g... Read more
from Pasig, Philippines
Submitted on 15-09-2015
Booked 3 rooms and stayed for 5 nights last August 2015 Proximity ‚?? it will only take you 5 minutes to reach the hotel from the Akihabara station. In fact, we just walked carrying our entire luggage with 2 kids in tow and safely reached the hotel. We passed by a bridge that has a ramp area giving you the convenience of dragging your luggage up and down the bridge way. It‚??s a block away to the main Akihabara square, we can quickly return to the hotel to bring the things we bought and go o... Read more
from Maryland, USA
Submitted on 23-03-2016
We stayed for three nights. Conveniently located near a major rail station, you need to be savvy in Japanese. Staff speaks very little English. Modern and relatively new building, primarily business men. But they have two women's only floors at the very top floors. Room is tiny, but we each of four got our own room and it was less than two doubles and good for our first night of jet lag. Bath was very compact, but nice and everything was immaculate. Very near a train track on Lower floors.... Read more
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Submitted on 29-03-2016
An Excellent hotel. Staff are nice and polite. Location is very convenience, only 5 mins walk to Akihabara station. a very small room, but super clean. Very suitable for one person stay. Breakfast included, simple but nice.
from Sydney
Submitted on 15-04-2016
My partner and I stayed here for five nights and used this hotel as a base for our travel around Tokyo. The rooms, like in other parts of Japan err on the smaller side. However the rates were extremely reasonable and were inclusive of a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning. It is also located on the quieter side of Akihabara, but it is only a 5 minute walk to Akihabara JR station via a footbridge. The only slight complaint I have is that the pillows were of a strange texture, such that ... Read more
from Gold Coast, Australia
Submitted on 04-08-2016
Very clean small (by Australian standards) rooms, the beds are a comfy but the pillows are made of some random filling that is very unpleasant to sleep on. The staff are friendly but their English is minimal. The hotel is only a short walk from Akihabara station and the neighbourhood is very quiet, I jogged at 5:30am and didn't meet 1 person. Tip - ask for a room well away from the smoking floors.
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