What is the appearance of the hotel? Check the entrance and reception
The hotel is located on the 30th to 36th floors of the higher floors of Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho, a building with commercial facilities such as offices and restaurants. The exterior is a modern building with a beautiful blue sky reflected on the walls.
Surrounded by trees, you can feel the nature, and there was a large and colorful flower object in front of the building.
There are several entrances to the hotel, but this time I entered from the 1st floor entrance on the Akasaka Mitsuke Station side. It is the main entrance of the 2nd floor.
Hotel sign at the first floor entrance.
First floor entrance.
There was a sign on the door as well.
The first floor entrance seem form in inside of the hotel.
You can go up to the second floor using this escalator.
Second floor lobby.
There was another entrance on the Nagata Station side as well.
The second floor entrance seen from the Nagata Station side entrance.
Second floor main entrance.
The drive in and the parking lot is on the second floor.
The inside of the hotel seen from the second floor main entrance.
Second floor elevator hall.
Inside of the elevator. This hotel only stops at the lobby floor. There is also an entrance on the first floor, second floor and the fourth floor.
The entrance on the fourth floor seen from the elevator hall.
The fourth floor entrance faces the Prince main street.
Hotel floor guide.
36 floor elevator hall.
Once you get off the elevator on the 36the floor, you can see a beautiful view of the city.
The bar and stairs are connected.
If you turn right from the elevator hall, you will see the front desk.
There were many art works all over the hotel.
The lounge was spacious, and you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city. There were many types of sofas, and it was a relaxing lounge.
There was art work displayed around the front desk as well.
You will need to place your card key by at the door in order to get into the guest room area.
36th floor guest room area elevator hall.
There were different art works displayed on each floor.
34th floor elevator hall.
Guest room floor corridor.
There were many paintings hung in the corridor.
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Guest room door.
There is a place to put your key in, and a “Do not wake me up” switch by the door.
The room seen from the room door.
The view of the city seen from a big window was the first thing that caught my attention.
The room was spacious with a clean design.
There was an art on the wall called the “Loop.”
The king size bed was soft and I was able to sleep very well. There were two large pillows prepared for each person, and it was very fluffy.
There was art work above the bed as well. The title was the “Flow of time, brightness of time.”
There were bedside tables on each sides of the bed with a light switch and a curtain switch.
On the bedside table was a plug-in outlet, a USB outlet, an alarm, a memo set, a phone and a tablet.
There was a TV and a desk across the bed.
There was an air conditioner panel next to the TV.
Part of the desk became a mirror.
Chargers for all devices.
There was a table by the window.
On the table were free bottles of water and chocolate.
Next to the window was a sofa where you can lay down.
I was in a room with a view of the Sky Tree. You can enjoy different views from different rooms.
I enjoyed looking at the beautiful view of the city and relaxed in the room.
I was also able to see the parliament building lit up.
The bathroom is on the left side of the entrance.
The wall to the bathroom is transparent, but you can change it so that it is fogged by pressing a switch.
The sink is on the left side of the bathroom.
There was a large mirror with a light, and also a magnifying mirror.
Light and screen switch.
Body towels and sponge.
Bailey shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion and mouthwash were prepared. Byrad’s amenity is a good unisex scent.
Toothbrush set, cotton, hair rubber, shower cap, hair brush, comb, nail polish, razor, solid body soap, rosemary and cypress bath salt were prepared in a drawer.
There were enough towels were the number of people staying.
There was a scale.
The bathroom is across the sink.
The bathtub was big enough to stretch my legs. There was a bath pillow, so I was able to relax.
The washing area was big, the shower was removable, and a hand shower with adjustable height was included. The water pressure was strong enough to use comfortably.
There was a rain shower on the ceiling. I was able yo change the water pressure here as well.
There was shampoo, conditioner and body soap prepared in the washroom as well.
The bathroom seen from the bedroom. If you keep the bathroom transparent, you can enjoy the view of the city from the bathtub.
The toilet was in a separate room.
The toilet has a Washlet function.
Closet and safe
The closet was on the right side after entering the room.
There were enough hangers and enough space to hang long dresses and so on. There is also a satin hanger, so you can hang delicate clothes.
There were slippers in a bag, clothes brush and a shoe horn.
The slippers were soft and comfortable to wear.
There is another closet next to the first closet.
There is a safe, iron, iron board and a shoe polish inside.
There were yukatas that were very beautiful.
Mini bar and cafe
There was an ice pale, electric kettle an a coffee machine at the cafe corner.
There were many drinks in the fridge, but they were not free.
There was a tea pot and tea cups.
In the top drawer were snacks and alcohol, but they were not free. There were coffee capsules, peach tea, green tea and black tea prepared for free though.
Glasses and cups were prepared as well.
Restaurants in the hotel
There was a lounge called the “Sky Gallery Lounge Levita” surrounded by glass art on two floors on the 35th floor, “The Bar illumiid” with a profound and calm atmosphere, and “Saiten” Japanese food.
I had breakfast at a all-day dining called “OASIS GARDEN” on the 36th floor.
The restaurant was designed with a concept of an indoor garden.
I was able to choose between western dish and Japanese dish, and I chose Japanese.
I could chooses from many kinds of drinks and fruit.
There were plenty of choices to pick from with the western buffet as well.
A lively open kitchen.
There was also a restaurant and bar in the Akasaka Prince Classic House, a building that was renovated from the old building of Akasaka Prince.
I was staying in the club room, so I was able to use the club lounge.
You will check in and check out here.
The inside of the lounge was cheek.
There were many types of sofas and chairs to sit on.
I got a welcome drink when I checked in and I was able to enjoy the view while waiting.
The view from the big window was like a painting.
The lounge is open from 7:00 to 22;00.
When I checked in at 14:30, there were snacks prepared.
Cocktail time starts from 17:00 to 19:00.
Cocktail time snacks.
The dishes were beautifully made.
The view during the day was nice, but the night view was especially enjoyable.
I was able to see Tokyo tower from the lounge.
Facilities in the hotel
On the 30th floor, there was KIOI, a spa and fitness facility with an indoor pool, a hot bath facility, a fitness gym, and a treatment room. The gym seems to be open 24 hours.
Inside of “KIOI.” The view was nice from both the pool and the bath.
Business center on the 36th floor.
Currency exchange on the 36th floor.
There were ice machines on the guest room floors.
There was a shop selling small items and souvenirs on the 36th floor.
The Akasaka area where the hotel is built has a high-class adult city atmosphere, and it had a lot of greenery and nature. There is a moat next to the hotel building, and you can rent a boat at a nearby boat house and enjoy fishing.
Benkei Bridge in front of the hotel.
There were many tall buildings around, but you can still feel the history of the city.
Staff and guests
The staff were very polite. The response was quick and the use of this hotel was the first time, so the guidance and explanation were polite, and it was nice to feel the warmth of the staff. In the lobby lounge, drinks such as champagne were provided only on certain days of the week, and I had the opportunity to talk with the staff during that time.
There were some Japanese guests, most of the guests were foreigners. Everyone staying was very calm and well mannered.
The hotel is a 1-minute walk away from Akasaka Mitsuke Station and is connected to the 2nd floor entrance from Nagatacho Station. There are other stations within walking distance, so the hotel has good access from the main station and airport.
Akasaka Mitsuke Station
From Akasaka Mitsuke Station, exit the Akasaka underground walkway D Kioicho area.
I stayed at “The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel” and it was very nice. As you can see from the name of the gallery, art is displayed here and there, and staying in an extraordinary space where you can feel the art made me excited. First of all, the view from the room and anywhere in the building is wonderful, the scenery spreading outside the large window looks like a photo and I was satisfied with just looking at the view during my stay. The hotel opened in 2016, and the facilities are still new, convenient and comfortable to use, and you can enjoy a luxurious time of relaxing in a quiet and calm space.