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If you’ve booked an Akasaka vacation package, you can cancel or change it, but you may incur a charge in some circumstances. It may be possible to cancel and rebook for free if you’ve locked in your package within 24 hours. If it’s been longer than that, you may incur additional charges from your airline, hotel or car rental company. If you suddenly need to change your plans, make our Customer Service Portal your first stop for more info.
A getaway to Akasaka wouldn’t be complete without seeing Billboard Live, Suntory Hall and Hikawa Shrine. Spend your evenings near these tourist attractions and make sightseeing easy.
Akasaka is a busy place in April, July, March. If you’re not fond of big crowds and like a more relaxed pace, lock in your getaway for October, December, November. Need to keep a careful eye on your bank balance? Make the most of the bargains on offer in January. October tends to be when prices rise and hotel rates are at their peak.
While prices fluctuate, we generally suggest booking your flight as soon as possible. Many international airfares are found on Expedia up to 12 months in advance. If circumstances have left you booking late, you might still be in luck. Low prices to Akasaka sometimes appear in the weeks prior to departure.
Whether it’s relaxation or adventure you’re seeking, an Akasaka vacation package lets you organize your escape your way. Plus, you’ll get access to great discounts when you combine your hotel with your flights and rental car. The more you bundle, the bigger the savings!
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