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Typically small rooms which were basic but clean. Not many sockets but I got by. Apart from an issue where they had to redirect me to another router the Wi-fi worked pretty well. Laundry service worked OK.
There are no other facilities in the hotel....More
Stayed 3 nights on a business visit. The location at the entrance of Akabane Station was so handy throughout the stay. Breakfast vouchers were redeemable at Denny's on Level 2 or the bakery on Level 1. There are literally hundreds of dining options within walking...More
I stayed here for 3 weeks.
The hotel is just few steps away from JR station.
For 3 weeks I stayed at this hotel, I don't have any complains. Cleaning was consistent and kept the room so clean. The room was more spacious compare to...More
Stayed here for a couple nights, while in transit to other destinations in Japan. It is part of the train station in Akabane so there is some train noise but we didn't feel it was too bad.
Comfortable beds, free internet, and free breakfast at...More
H and I stayed at Hotel Mets Akabane for 6 nights as we were working at an event in Saitama and this was the most reasonable property we could find with good access to the venue. The hotel is located right at JR Akabane station...More
In Akabane and Itabashi, visitors can get a glimpse of the ordinary day-to-day life of Tokyo. On the east side of Akabane station, there are many traditional shopping districts and small izakayas, while on the west side, there’s a modern shopping mall. Itabashi is currently being developed as a residential area with a huge 1.1km long shopping street that extends from east to west. Rows of shops and izakayas target the down to
earth everyday needs of locals. Both Akabane and Itabashi are notable for their easy access to the city center as well as their proximity to Ikebukuro.