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104-0061 Tokyo Prefecture, Chuo-ku Ginza 8-13-1, Japan – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 1488 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier.
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Snack Bar
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not possible) and costs JPY 1800 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Suit Press, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
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Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 1488 reviews
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Small rooms, little space to hang / store clothes
Modern Clean Staff very friendly Great location in Ginza Handy for subway and train Views from the room
The room is SMALL. There was basically no space for our two suitcases: no floor space besides walking areas, no drawers, and closets deep enough only for 4-5 hangers turner sideways. It's a pleasant hotel, but after a couple of days you will feel claustrophobic.
The hotel is in a good location, clean, and pleasant. Nice bathroom and views. Adequately comfortable bed.
Too expensive for what you get. No room service for a $500 a night hotel.
Bath tub with window view. It's the only reason why I booked the hotel for a special night for my girl.
The staff were so helpful and tried their best with everything, even the cleaner was so friendly and pleasant as she wiped the lift doors for us to stand in a super clean lift. There was this really pleasant smell in the lobby that just made you feel relaxed and happy when you walked in, then the view hits you. Whether clear and sunny or dull and rainy, Tokyo always looks premium with Tokyo tower a glowing orange beacon of a reminder that you are in Japan. The room was cool, bed was so comfortable I didn't want to get up, the bathroom was nice too and you can make the window opaque or transparent at the press of a button so you can stand naked in the shower or sit on the toilet while looking at Tokyo if you like. There was a restaurant that looked really nice but we didn't go there because we had Tokyo to explore. A waiter in the restaurant stared straight at me while I yawned, staring back at him then smiled at me, not really sure what to think of that but at least he seemed happy. Overall the hotel was an amazing experience, we tried staying mainly in Ryokan and this was our splurge, if I had more time, I would definitely have stayed another night.
10 minute walk to subway.
Though there was Wifi in every room - the Internet connection was slow at times
The room was an excellent size and the beds were very comfortable. The staff were extremely helpful and polite as you'd expect from a luxury hotel. The airport express bus services they provide also makes life very easy.
They don't help guests to post and asked me to a post office instead. I would expect postal service at a hotel like this one!
Clean room and provide wide range of toiletries.
No iron in the room - you have to ask for one. I think this is because the room is so small, there literally is not room for an iron and board. The closet is the smallest I've ever seen. Barely room to hang up a coat, 2 pairs of pants, and two shirts for two people. The portions served at the restaurant left us very hungry and we are not typical Americans - we don't eat all that much. The restaurant was also ridiculously overpriced for what they give you. And don't order the bread. It's definitely not their specialty. We were desperate for some good bread toward the end of our stay, so we found a "French" bakery on one of the bottom two floors of the department store down the road. There was a cheese shop there, too. They kept us from going out of our minds. You can only eat so much rice and miso soup during a 17 day stay before you just want to explode or die.
Near a beautiful Japanese garden and rooms have nice, contemporary design. Glass between the bathroom and bedroom that lets you flip a switch to either have a clear view out the window, or opaque privacy. Toiletries are high-quality. The staff is very nice.
it was new ,modern and with great views. it was a great location adn our family of 5 thought it was great
The view of Ginza! We stayed there for 4 nights before travelled to Kyoto and 1 night afterwards. When we checked in again, they told us that we get the room on the other side of building, so we could have different view. If you use airport bus, you can arrange it at hotel, they will book the bus, load your luggages into the bus, even tell driver which one should be your right terminal. We had amazing time! Will visit Tokyo and stay in Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier again!
Lication, compact, and design
Very poor service. Too small rooms. Indifferent staff
small room, nothing impressive
thanks to housekeeping for cleaning our room.
Rooms are very small, but that is to be expected given its location
Great views from the room, hotel starts on the 16th floor! Modern, comfortable room. Breakfast buffet had a very good selection of options
Great location, stone throw away from Ginza and Tsukiji Market. amazing view over tokyo bay
Ok location, but the Millennium Ginza is better located. Very tiny room Not possible early check-in (by only one hour) therefore we were stranded with a small baby. This was very rude also because we asked beforehand
Very minimalist/clean decor
Excellent location and very helpfull personality. A clean hotel with wonderfull city views.
Tiny tiny rooms. No where to put your suitcases
Breakfast is too westernised. I would certainly appreciate some Japanese dishes and flavours when in Tokyo...
Vertigo influcting views and the kick ass location. Will be back.
the location of the hotel is excellent both for business and travel, near to Ginza if your looking for high end shopping Rooms are small to US standards but remember it is Tokyo and for Tokyo it is fairly good Overall highly recommended will stay again
Rooms are relatively small for 2 persons.
Well located and accessible Clean and business feel Easy to connect wifi network (i.e. not required to keep entering password with each log-in)
I did not have the garden view.
-spa product, lavender -design of the room, good function of wall cupboard, window view, work table, free wifi -reception/staff, very helpful, the best -fine quality food at lunch buffet/menu -view of the reception area and the restaurant -very clean
One bedroom is too small although I know in Tokyo.
Location is very good.
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