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Great for your budget! 5 Recommended Business Hotels in Akihabara

Business hotels are a place where you get good service at a reasonable price. Here are 5 recommended business hotels in the famous Akihabara area, one of Japan's leading neighborhoods for appliances, electronics, and otaku (geek) culture.

1. Remm Akihabara

Remm Akihabara is directly connected to JR Akihabara Station. Inside the same building are restaurants and cafes as well as popular shops like Uniqlo and Muji, so it's very convenient for food and shopping during your stay.
The guestrooms are stylish and include massage chairs, air purifiers, and original amenities. Also, the glass-walled bathroom includes a rain shower that washes away all your tiredness with plenty of water. You can choose from 4 types of pillows, a particularly charming service that will give you optimal comfort. It's great that there's a women's only floor! There is free Wi-Fi throughout the building.

1. Remm Akihabara

TX Akihabara Hankyu Building, 1-6-5 Kanda Sakumacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

2. Akihabara Washington Hotel

Akihabara Washington Hotel is adjacent to Akihabara Electric Town, so it's in a very convenient location. The guestrooms all have a modern design, and you can use Wi-Fi for free throughout the building. The room types come in single, semi-double, double, and twin, and there is even a unique guestroom called "railway room," perfect for this famous geeky neighborhood! This room has an authentic railway diorama, and you can see the view of the trains running between Akihabara and Kanda from the window, so it's very popular with train fans. The buffet-style breakfast with lots of options is also popular!

2. Akihabara Washington Hotel

1-8-3 Kanda Sakumacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

3. Dormy Inn Akihabara

Dormy Inn Akihabara is just a five minute walk from Akihabara Station. The rooms are compact but made to prioritize comfort, so each room has a Simmons bed and an air purifier/humidifier. There are also rooms with mini-kitchens for functional purposes. A secret to its popularity is the large public bath with an open-air bath, something rare in the city! From Thursdays to Sundays, you can enjoy a fruit bath in which seasonal fruit like yuzu citrus float in the water. There are Korean, Chinese, and English speaking staff. All the rooms include free Wi-Fi.

3. Dormy Inn Akihabara

4-12-5 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

4. Super Hotel Akihabara Suehirocho

This popular hotel is within walking distance of Akihabara Electric Town. The simple and clean guestrooms include an air purifier, humidifier, and a flat-screen TV with video on demand. The entire building has free Wi-Fi. The public spring made with highly concentrated artificial carbonic acid is unique and receives high praise from tourists. Also, the buffet-style breakfast is free! You can enjoy freshly baked bread, a soup bar with 5 types of soups, salads made with organic vegetables, all sorts of side dishes, and more.

4. Super Hotel Akihabara Suehirocho

3-2-5 Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo

5. Toyoko INN Kanda Akihabara

Toyoko INN Kanda Akihabara can be reached by a free shuttle bus from JR Akihabara Station. Other than the single and economy double rooms, there are also "heartful rooms" made with universal design so guests in wheelchairs can easily stay here. Each room and the lobby offers free Wi-Fi. Also, there's a free water server, microwave, and breakfast service, so this is a great hotel for people who want to enjoy a reasonably priced trip.

5. Toyoko INN Kanda Akihabara

2-2-4 Nihonbashi Bakurocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

All of these hotels are in great locations and are great on a budget, and some of them even have open-air baths or unique guestrooms for that special touch! Please check them out!

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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