The word ‘budget’ is not one that often appears in the same sentence as ‘Tokyo’ and ‘style’. But the b Akasaka defies stereotypes by being both chic and cheap in a city where luxury hotel prices are often as high as the skyscrapers they inhabit. Simple, clean modern lines prevail in the guestrooms, with walls of organic brown, green and cream alongside crisp white bedding.
Healthy breakfasts are available in the Italian restaurant Liana. Centrally located a short walk from the glitzy shops, art galleries and all night bars of Roppongi, there are plenty of other local food and entertainment options. And there is also a spa offering a range of relaxing treatment in serene contemporary therapy rooms.
As well as its signature sweet-smelling red rose petal bath, anti-stress massages and balancing reflexology, treatments cater for the most harassed of business travelers, with special Men’s Charge Up massage, facial and nail buffing package.