I liked everything. The location near Tokyo Station made it easy to get around. They provided everything we needed. It was comfortable and clean
the hotel is in a very central location with excellent subway connectivity. breakfast choice was very limited. the rooms are small but this is standard for Tokyo
Good place. Shame we can't access showers or capsules from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. When one is jet lagged, it is a really long time. Would be good if showers were open til 11 a.m. for instance so we can wake up an hour later. It's not like they have to clean both rooms at the same time
The location is superb for been next to 2 metro stations. Staff are friendly and the house keeping is awesome. Each day we came back to a very neat, clean and tidy room. I have no regrets for not booking any breakfast in the hotel caused I found a nice bakery cafe just across the street.
The hotel has lots of signs of wear and tear, and doesn’t offer any service or much facilities on site, but it is a good location in Ginza, if you want to be near all the posh shops.
The hotel's location was very convenient, very close to several train/subway stations. The room was clean and comfortable, and the breakfast was delicious. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay at the hotel again.
Service was attentive, save that English capabilities were lacking (as we had experienced better elsewhere in another hotel in Tokyo, that was crucial to making restaurant reservations). Hotel is new and convenient, small but compact and comfortable bed, particularly after walking so much in the ...
This hotel is a very nice hotel in the heart of Ginza. Room was Japanese style in size, but nice with space between beds and window. Included small lounge chair and table. Refrigerator and hot water pot in room along with humidifier/dehumidifier unit. Bathroom unit included bidet along with full ...
I really enjoyed this hotel. The staff was nice, the restaurant had good food, the convenience store downstairs was super convenient. It was in a good location. The hotel was clean, quiet, there were plenty of nice amenities, space is used efficiently, and they do hold your luggage all day after ...
There is something special, something unique about how the word Ginza rolls off the tongue. The epitome of class and sophistication for well over a hundred years, Ginza is Tokyo’s premier luxury shopping district – here, you will find a who’s who list of the world’s most exclusive luxury fashion and accessories brands. Consequently, you will find many “Ginza” shopping streets throughout Japan, but don’t be fooled: none top the original. As Tokyo’s largest downtown shopping district, Ginza is also replete with gourmet dining options, including some Michelin Star winners.
As one may expect, Ginza’s central location offers a wide range of conveniently-located hotels. Premium brands like the Mandarin Oriental are closer to the Hibiya side of Ginza, while more moderately-priced chains and boutiques can be found closer to Chuo-dori Avenue. Be sure to check for the latest rates and availabilities with Expedia – booking the perfect Ginza hotel for your Tokyo trip couldn’t be easier!
Ginza has a myriad of transit options available to the discerning traveler. Ginza Station and Higashi-Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro are both quickly accessible from any Ginza-area hotel; the JR Yurakucho Station is also within a 10-minute walk from essentially anywhere in Ginza. The JR will give you access to the Tokyo metropolitan area and beyond.
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