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104-0061 Tokyo Prefecture, Chuo-ku Ginza 7-10-1, Japan – Show map
|Standard Double Room with Small Double Bed|
|Double Room with Small Double Bed on Upper Floor - Non-Smoking|
|Renovated Double Room with Small Double Bed on Top Floor - Non-Smoking|
|Standard Twin Room|
|Twin Room on Upper Floor - Non-Smoking|
|Renovated Twin Room on Top Floor - Non-Smoking|
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Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs JPY 2500 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Suit Press, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Location, modern hotel and very clean! Great little bar underneath and 5 minutes away from Ginza Metro!
The room was a bit too small for two people travelling on business, but it's a minor negative as the positives outweigh this!
every thing.especcially the location
Not much of the breakfast but manageable.
More sure that the window shutters are down before you start undressing. Room is extremely small. no place to keep the single suitcase that I had.
Clean and close to the metro station.
The room was too small so much so there is was no place to put my suitcase. I had to put My suitcase in the little passage. The room was the width of the bed plus 40 cm for a passage between the bed and the wall.
Great place to stay. The location is perfect.
Location, quality of accomodations, style.
Very helpful staff, room very clean, excellent location.
Small room, but it is common in Tokyo.
Location is excellent, very close to Ginza station. The rooms are very small but clean and convenient and the wifi works well (i was on the 13th floor).
The staff, with a few exceptions, is not always very helpful. They could not tell me how to get to the airport (!) and when I wanted to borrow an adapter, I could but only if I would pay a cash deposit, which I did not have. There was no discussion possible. Some of them speak English very well, and some of them don't, which makes a massive difference in helpfulness.
This is the best hotel to book in Tokyo because you can get an airport shuttle us that takes you to the marriott which is 5 mins walk from the gracery! It costs 3100 yen and you don't need to get a train after a long flight! The gracery has the EXACT SAME size rooms as the marriott which is around the corner and yet this is so much cheaper to stay in! I didn't see that much difference between the two except the lounge and dining area is bigger in the Marriott! As a single female traveler I found Ginza to be the best location it's more attractive to walk out to with nice shops and nice lights ... Very modern and busy too. It was also VERY safe I walked around there at midnite and it was completely safe! It's a glitzy area and it's nice to be somewhere nice not secluded! It's close to the fish market which open at 5 am and near to shimbashi station 15 mins walk and there you can get cheap food and the sandwiches are nice in japan too! The live max hotel in shimbashi is a cheap hotel and quite nice inside but so hidden and such a walk if you first arrive in japan unless you share a cab! The pics on the bookings. com looks shabby but it's bad marketing! You can even walk to Tokyo tower from Ginza it's about a 40 min walk and you see a lot more walking! You can book the tour to Mount Fuji from the Marriott as that's the pick up point! I would recommend you take your own lunch because the lunch they have there is expensive ... If you want to save money ! Tokyo is expensive like London but the H&M store has the cheapest sales there in Ginza I bought necklaces for 50p on the sales I'd 100 yen ... So look out for those and the JAPANESE LOVE HOTELS which you will find in who shinzuku in the more red light area where couples court in fantasy settings .. It's not sleazy it's just unique the only other place you will find it is in Korea!
I wish japan was cheaper.... It's costly ! I had to bring my own breakfast ... It all adds up there! The staff struggle with English but I can respect that as it is japan but it sometimes left me repeating things! Because people in japan are quite regimental you don't want to mess with them and their customer service is EXCELLENT! So that took abit of adapting to! I didn't dislike it but actually liked it .. Everything in order... Nice!
Comfortable lounge and the hotel offers their guests coffee in the lounge.
Unloading of luggage was a bit of a problem as there was no car porch or unloading bay. The hotel is located at a street corner and surrounded by buildings and 2 relatively busy streets. Not much of a view from the room (top of buildings, laundry being hung out to dry) but that's kind of expected since the hotel is located in the heart if ginza, about 3 blocks away from ginza subway station.
No Bus to Airport
The value for money. Very comfortable and more space than usual for this price in Tokyo.
slowness of elevator
Great facilities inside the room.
There is dust over wall furniture's area
lobby is too small
The location of this hotel was great just steps away Ginza road
No alternative for Twin Rooms during online booking and was not specific clearly upon check in, was told we need to pay additional charge for twin rooms
Situated in the centre of Ginza. Easy access to train station, limo bus to airport.
The hotel is very clean. Located in the center of the city...so easy to be reached
the staff couldn't give us a very simple information like : how can we get a city tour transportation (we know about TOEI BUS, but we didn't know how to get that bus)
Location.Efficient and helpful staff
Close to the shops and to the subway station. Technologically advanced system.
Construction site just by the hotel working 24 hours.
Very convenient location. Just across the Main Street of Ginza neighbourhood. A ten minute walka to Sujkiji Fish market. Very close to subway. Very clean.
The room was tiny. That is warned in advance though.
The hotel has an excellent location in Ginza, near the department stores and luxury boutiques.
Small room (Japan standard room)
location location location
The location is very convenient.
Great location to get around all of Tokyo, metro just a short walk away, taxis always around. Hotel is clean and tidy, staff seemed helpful although I didn't refer to them much during my stay. Its a more functional no frills hotel but in a very good way. The hotel does have a restaurant/bar but I didn't use it so cannot comment on this. Area is lively and yet sophisticated, importantly for a lone female traveller it seems extremely safe at any time of day or night. Lots of wonderful shopping available here should you wish along with plenty of food options, cafes/restaurants. Local 7/11 shop and supermarket nearby.
Rooms are a little on the small side but it is Tokyo and it is not a particularly expensive hotel option so its not really a dislike just a comment. But if you want spacious this will not be a place to stay.
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