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out of 82 reviews
“good clean hotel”
rooms were very clean and modern. The room was small but it was fine. The hotel was near the metro so if we had been out all day and tired we used the exit with the moving stairs. Lots of restaurants and supermarket close by - but not far from most places on the underground.
“A great little hotel.”
A very nice, very handy and very clean hotel. Equipped with everything one could wish for, and if one does not mind the small rooms (after all it is in Tokyo), it would be difficult to find a better one.
“Small room but great for the price”
Former business hotel convertedinto boutique looking. Small room but that is common in all affordable Tokyo Hotels. Very clean, right next to Akasaka station, very near Roppongi.
“Great price, great location, impressive hotel”
We stayed at the Grand Chisun Akasaka for 2 nights. The rooms were small but that is space in Japan but the bathroom was large by comparison. The hotel staff are very friendly & helpful. Can't recommend this hotel highly enough as it is one of the nicest we have stayed in. There is free bottle water in the fridge in the room that is replenished daily and free internet connection in your room which is handy. We came from the airport so we took the Narita Express and then the metro - take the Marunouchi Line to Kokkai-gijidomae, change to the Chiyoda Line for Akasaka station. Then take exit 6 (not 7 as the hotel suggests) as it has an upriding escalator - turn left at street level and the hotel is about 50m away. Otherwise its probably a 1000 yen or so cab ride from the train station.
“I will stay again”
Hotel situated in Akasaka business district, very close to the exit 6 of the Akasaka station on Tokyo metro green line (Chiyoda Line). Excellent neighborhood with a lot of places to eat. Hotel room is small by American standards but very clean. The staff is very pleasant and helpful. They all speak English. Bathroom space is adequate. Easy access to all the Tokyo attractions using the metro.
Clean, modern and very friendly staff. They upgraded the size of our bed when we arrived at no extra cost which was a pleasant suprise! Rooms are small, so if traveling in pairs maybe share a luggage. Location was EASY to find which is rare in Tokyo. The Chiyoda line wil get you to Akasaka Station and if you take the 7th exit the hotel will be right opposite. Note that this exit closes at 12am.
“Holiday makers from England”
My husband and I have just returned from Tokyo, we are from England. We both found the Chisun Grand ideal for our stay. It is clean and central, though, the size of our room is compact, it is suitable for our use, plus the staff are always helpful and discreet. If you do a great deal of traveling using the public transport, this is a super location. The metro is literally opposite and there is no shortage of places to eat or hang out locally. Highly recommended.
“Chisus Grand Akasaka experiance”
Great hotel with polite and decent personel. Rooms are not too big, but new and clean. Internetcables are included and that is a big plus. Toilet is good, shower and bath are good, beds are big enough for tourists.
“A tight fit! (but great value)”
The room was about 3m x 2.5m, so there was barely enough room for my wife and me, plus our luggage and souvenirs at the end of a 3 week Japan trip. That aside, the bed was comfortable, the bathroom was spacious and service attentive - we were very impressed the daily maid service was able to clean around our gear! Excellent location is within easy walking distance to restaurants, bars and the metro. Having stayed at a number of hotels in Japan, Chisun is the best of the business hotel chains and we would gladly stay there again.
“Not Another Lame Hotel Review! VERY impressed!”
hey guys, we followed the advice here and booked this hotel for two weeks. we were very very pleased with the location, as this hotel is very close to alot of things. when we walk out the front door, we can walk across the street and akasaka station is RIGHT there, so the subway is close. also at night time, if you walk out the hotel, and turn right and walk for maybe ten minutes, you'll notice the streets get more and more packed and theres alot to do around there. am/pm is neighbours with your hotel as well, which was handy when we needed late night snacks haha. i recomend also eating at the noodle bar that is directly next to the chisun grand smaller building (theres two, ones a non smoking building a believe) oh man, eat there when your REALLY hungry, as you get ALOT of food for your money! akasaka is only usually 3-6 stops away from harajuku,ginza, shibuya, roppongi and shinjuku, so if your looking for shopping or anything else, this is great and quick. dont forget to train up to akihabara and roam the streets at night for electronics! and shibuya crossing at night as well! harajuku is amazing, and if you can find the art gallery (not to hard to find), go in there for some great okonomiyaki!