Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier
- Free WiFi
With a stay at Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier in Tokyo (Chuo), you’ll be minutes from Nakagin Capsule Tower and Kabuki-za Theatre. This 4-star hotel is close to Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Imperial Palace.
Make yourself at home in one of the 361 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and pay movies provides entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and complimentary newspapers.
Food & Drink
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM for a fee.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center and dry cleaning/laundry services.
How to Get There
Stayed here for business but was also a good area for shopping and dining and visiting the Imperial Palace grounds.
The hotel is stylish and well appointed. The rooms are small with a nice roomy shower. Impressive was the attention to detail to provides everything that is needed for a comfortable stay and the service was exceptional especially when I had an issue with a faulty lock on my suitcase. Definitely recommend!
Location: Tokyo is very large and it's difficult to know where to stay. This hotel had the perfect location for our tourist-y needs. It's located just a few mins walk from either the Ginza or the Shimbashi subway stations and with the exception of more far-flung places like the Ghibli museum, all other tourist areas (Harajuku, Akihabara, Shinjuku, Ueno, Asakusa etc) are all accessible via a single Metro line from Shimbashi. In addition, the monorail station for Odaiba is also located in Shimbashi (not worth a visit IMO though). We never took a taxi during our entire week long visit.
Rooms: On the smaller side but quite spacious for any large city standards. Our room was very nicely appointed with enough space for us and our luggage and room left over for a comfy sofa. Terrific view across the skyscrapers. Coffee and tea provided as were a whole bunch of toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, hairbrushes etc). There was a mini-frig in the room and the hotel provided complimentary water bottles (1 per person per day) throughout our stay. The room was completely quiet - never heard a soul even though we had neighbors. The bathroom was also nicely appointed and it was nice to have a 'real' shower after staying in more traditional places. Touchpad control of lighting, temperature etc on the nightstand. Free and fast WiFi.
Staff: Fantastic, courteous and helpful. Every single person was unfailingly lovely. Special shoutout to the concierges who figured out exactly what we were looking for in terms of restaurants and made excellent suggestions (hole-in-the-wall ramen places for instance).
Restaurants: Didn't try them. The breakfast buffet was expensive and didn't seem worth the money when the area has so many restaurants. Ditto for dinner. Tokyo is crammed with fantastic restaurants of every ilk - didn't seem necessary to eat at a hotel restaurant.
The only thing missing was a gym but we got plenty of exercise walking miles every day around this amazing city. This hotel is highly recommended and we'd stay here again.
We stayed at The Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier for 4 nights in December 2018, it was a lovely and very classy, sophisticated hotel.
The lobby and restaurant are on the 16th floor which has a great view, the hotel staff are absolutely amazing - very helpful and polite & speak English very well.
We had breakfast at the hotel on 3 mornings, it was well worth it - a good buffet selection of traditional Japanese items and also Western style items. We didn't find any places that were very close to the hotel for breakfast so it's worth it to eat there. We didn't try the dinner though, but it looks very nice.
The hotel room was quite small but that is normal for Tokyo, it was still spacious enough for 2 adults with 2 large suitcases. The room was very modern and well appointed, with a great view, from the 23rd floor. The hotel provided a good selection of many nice toiletries for free including shower cap, razor, toothbrush, combs, shower gel, shampoo etc. They also provided 2 free bottles of water each day. The Shiseido face wash was so nice!
In the room there was a small fridge, electric kettle, tea bags & coffee sachets, cups, and also a trouser press, iron, and hairdryer. The WiFi was excellent.
Location-wise, it's in Ginza which is an upmarket, more sophisticated area without hordes of tourists or touts. To get around, we mostly used the subway with our Suica Card. The closest stations were Ginza Station which was about a 10 min walk, and Shimbashi Station which was also about 10 mins walk. There's also taxis around. In Ginza it's fairly quiet and calm, lots of expensive shops like Louis Vuitton etc nearby, there was only a small number of restaurants nearby to the hotel.
For restaurants, we got the subway to other areas like Ueno, the market area there had a tonne of awesome, affordable fun restaurants to choose from, definitely check it out! Also check out Shinjuku, Harajuku, and Shibuya!
It was an awesome hotel, definitely would recommend it!!
Good: clean rooms, location (could be better) pretty good, quite ok breakfast, nice view, honest personnel
Bad: small rooms, very expensive, no early check-inn possible (zero flexibility), tv hard to use and no western channels found
this was the perfect place to begin our extraordinary Japanese visit. Upon arrival we westerners realized this was not what we consider a typical hotel. No grand entrance, no lavish lobby, but....a perfectly equipped room, though small by our standards. it contained everything we might need so that quickly we overlooked the size. the place was immaculate. super comfortable bed. a bathroom to dream about. Air-conditioning worked perfectly. I am sensitive to opening hotel windows. It made no difference. Every room contains a machine for regulating humidity and filtering the air - a super suggestion for all hotels in crowded air-polluted cities. I could go on and on - great breakfast (western or Japanese), wonderful location - close to all subways. Very helpful staff.
We would go back tomorrow.