Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka

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Hotel Category: Mid-Range (¥15,000~¥30,000)Hotel Tags: akasaka, minato, and tokyo

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    Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka wheelchair accessible room

    Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka is conveniently located just a 3-minute walk from Akasaka Subway Station and a 2-minute walk from Akasakamitsuke Subway Station and offers great access to the Ginza shopping district.

    In addition to the free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel, the building also features a coin laundry and a bath/sauna for male guests. Female guests can use the nearby Centurion Cabin & Spa free of charge.

    A Japanese-style breakfast buffet is available at the dining area.

    Accessibility

    Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka has one wheelchair accessible 24㎡ deluxe twin room available with a sliding door for easy access.

    There is no bathtub but a shower room is available that offers roll-in access.  The shower chairs may be too short for some users.  Please contact the hotel about alternatives.

    Note that the hotel refers to the room as “barrier free”, not “wheelchair accessible”.

    User review:

    This hotel has an excellent location. We took two trains to get to this hotel from Haneda airport and had our bags sent ahead which was lovely. Rooms are typical Japanese small so would suggest having minimal luggage. The front access is a nice sloping ramp and there are two elevators for the room floors and one that has lower buttons to call elevator. If you pay for breakfast it is in the sister hotel across the street which also has sloping entrance. Both hotels are tight fits if there are other things in your way such as large amounts of luggage but staff seemed very good at helping people with their needs. You are 3 min walk/roll from two train lines and the elevator for the Ginza line comes right out on street one block below the hotel.

    There are many great restaurants and karaoke places within easy reach and many sites are usually less than a 30 min train ride.

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    Shower Type: Yes
    Shower Chair: Yes
    Room Type: Twin
    Room Size (m²): 24
    Number of Rooms: 1
    English Braille Available: Unknown
    Hearing Loop Available: Unknown
    Flashing Alarm Available: Unknown
    Guide Dog Allowed: Unknown
    English-Speaking Staff Available: Yes
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