A Recommended Capsule Hotel in Tokyo! “Centurion Hotel Cabin Tower”
This time we will be introducing the “Centurion Hotel Cabin Tower,” located in Tokyo’s Asakusa.
This capsule hotel, with its refined interior, is known for being where visitors from overseas go to get a taste of Japan. Male and female rooms are available, separated by floors, and it also offers 4-person rooms that come equipped with toilets and showers.
If you do not order any meals, stays start at 2,500 yen. (Prices vary based on dates and floor)
The hotel is conveniently located just 1 minute on foot from Akasaka Station’s Exit 1! It’s an ideal location for sightseeing in the heart of Tokyo!
Along with your room’s entry card, you can also get a half-off pass to a spa located just 5 minutes away on foot.
The elevator requires a room card to function, and it only stops on the floors designated by the room card, so the building is very secure.
This time, we will be introducing the male rooms.
The interior has a very refined look to it.
The designs on the sliding fusuma doors show up when the doors close.
Most capsule hotels separate rooms by just a curtain, but these fusuma doors create an airtight seal for each room, so you don’t have to worry about things like the sounds of other guests snoring.
The rooms come equipped with luxury mattresses made in France (90cm by 190 cm).
All rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi.
They are also equipped with a large TV on one wall. There is also a simple safe conveniently located beneath the TV.
Headphones are provided. You can also pull out a table.
Next, we will introduce the amenities one by one.
There are lockers available in the dressing rooms.
This lounge serves as both the location for the breakfast buffet and a place to relax.
You can dress up as a samurai and take pictures for free!
Guests can enjoy all-you-can-drink beverages!
You can check out by simply leaving your key card in this box in the elevator!