The B Roppongi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe B Roppongi Minato
Nice place. Clean. Comfortable. Good breakfast.
Only complaint was the naked guy who barged into the room in the early hours of the morning! (Roppongi is a party area) But at least the hotel staff dealt with him efficiently.
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