Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka – Tokyo, Japan
The Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka in Tokyo is one of the oldest hotels located in the city’s Central District. The building was designed by one of Tokyo’s leading architects, the legendary Tange Kenzo, making the hotel one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. The cozy hotel rooms have air conditioning, in-room films, satellite television and IDD telephones. The beds are spacious and cozy with the bathrooms just within the limits of basic necessities. The rooms may be frugal, but the pride of the hotel are in its hotel amenities and services, especially restaurants like the Blue Gardenia, the Fountain Terrace Parlor, and the Tachiban Sushi Restaurant. The Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka also provides facilities for banquets and business engagements.
One of the older buildings in the city, the hotel has seen the rise of Tokyo from its past to its current state as a world economic power. The city planners designed the city to be located around a central railway station, making public transportation the main means of traveling in and around the city.
The hotel’s location, ambience, and access to the heart of the Tokyo tourist district provide the ideal rest stop for both the weary traveler on business or the tired vacationer on the final leg of a tour. The view from the rooms include the Shinjuku skyline and an unimpeded view of the majestic Mt Fuji.
If you are in the Tokyo area and are looking for accommodations that are comfortable and amenities that are world class, then the Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka is the hotel that can provide for your basic requirements and offer the best of in-house cuisine in the Akasaka business district area.
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Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka – Tokyo, Japan.