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Hotel Metropolitan Akita

7-2-1 Naka-dori, Akita, Japan Show Map
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Check in from 14h / Check out prior to 11h

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Hotel description

This 3-star hotel provides stylish accommodation in Akita and is a short stroll from Akita Station. It also features meeting rooms, a 24-hour reception and room service.

The hotel has 115 rooms and has been recently refurbished. A dry cleaning service, conference rooms and a laundry service are also available.

Hotel Metropolitan Akita provides rooms equipped with cable/satellite channels.

Hotel Metropolitan Akita serves a daily breakfast, and has a bar where guests can relax with a drink. In the evening, guests are invited to enjoy a drink in the comfortable lounge bar.

Hotel Metropolitan Akita is within walking distance of the Kubota Castle. Akita Omoriyama Zoo and Akita Municipal Junior College of Arts and Crafts are within an easy drive from the hotel.

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Room Service, Restaurant, Bar / Lounge, Air Conditioned, Cable / Satellite TV, TV, En suite, Private Bathroom, Coffee Shop/Cafeteria
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Business Center, 24 Hour Reception, Dry Cleaning, Conference Room(s), Meeting Rooms, Laundry service

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Overall Rating:
8/10
Cleanliness:
9/10
Service:
8/10
Amenities:
8/10
Location:
10/10
Food:
8/10
Rooms:
9/10

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