Akasaka Granbell Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAkasaka Granbell Hotel Minato
This hotel is in Shinjuku but just outside of the very mild red light dist. Not a worry. The hotel is good but on the tourist train. Full of groups (mainly from China) checking in and out at all hours. The room are tiny (but most are in Tokyo). We left Tokyo for a week and came back but booked at the Metropolitan hotel in Ikebukuro (a much nicer area) and only a few more minutes on the subway/train.
Dont think we would stay here again.
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Japan Mar 2nd - 6th
We were up early (again) and off to the airport. We arrived at Bangkok airport and checking in to JAL very quickly. We flew on a new 787-80 (Carbon fibre) plane with all the new mod cons. The flight was about 6 hours and we arrived into Tokyo in the late afternoon.
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... beautiful, but also windy, so lucky we were not far from where we are staying so we were able to go back and get jackets. While in the park we saw a lot of families picnicking also and an elderly daughter and father sat down by us. The daughter spoke English so we chatted a bit. She loved Mark’s beard (everyone does J last night they were calling him Osama) and said we made a good breakfast selection, haha! It may not be fluent English, but a lot of people speak English here and ...
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