The Prince Akatoki
A sanctuary of Japanese Zen and tradition, hidden behind the elegant walls of a west London townhouse
Taking its lead from partner hotels in South East Asia, London’s Japanese-influenced Prince Akatoki hotel has introduced proven health and safety measures to make each stay worry-free. Automatic hand sanitisers are placed throughout the hotel, while there is a mandatory temperature test at the entrance. Rooms are deep-cleaned and enhanced by ‘stay well kits’ for guests, and high-touch areas are cleaned every 30 minutes for added reassurance. This attentiveness of service and safety continues to the excellent TOKii restaurant, where an exhilarating Japanese menu (currently being adapted to include more immune-boosting ingredients) is served in a chic, minimalist dining room, whose wide walkways and high ceilings have adapted perfectly to Prince Akatoki’s strict social distancing measures. Menus are now accessed via the hotel app, which can also be used to check in, order room service, book transport, and to live chat with the staff, for an invaluable mix of convenience and peace of mind.
Conveniently located just steps away from Marble Arch, the Prince Akatoki Hotel offers a central London retreat that oozes with all the style, harmony and service typical of Japanese hospitality, but presented in a series of elegant Georgian Townhouses. Rooms are stunning throughout, with minimalist, clean-lined decor accented by a keen attention to detail, purposefully understated to enhance the hotel’s calming ambience.
Can't Miss Experiences
Enjoy the style, harmony and service typical of Japanese hospitality
Covid Safety Features
The Prince Akatoki takes a series of precautions to ensure an enjoyable and safe stay
Attractions nearby (walk)
Attractions within a 20 minute walk from the hotel.
Attractions nearby (drive)
Attractions within a 20 minute drive from the hotel.
Keys disinfected between guests.
Touch points cleaned
Staff have a list of high-frequency touch points to clean regularly.
Sanitizer stations at all entrances and in all public spaces in use.
Staff wear masks and not visors
Staff are required to wear masks rather than visors.
Safety Features in Action
Stay active and enjoy all the local attractions
Galleries and museums