Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier
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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.
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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.
This hotel is located about 4 or 5 blocks from the Ginza shopping area...there are many restaurants nearby... the hotel is located on the floors at and above the 16th floor of an office building and has a lovely window filled lobby with incredible views of the city. The room was well appointed and quiet.
We had a four night stay here at the end of a two+ week trip to Japan. The hotel is sophisticated, with an excellent breakfast buffet, offering both Western and Japanese foods. We had a dinner that was fabulous. The rooms, though a bit small by American standards, were very comfortable with a nice bathroom, tub and shower, and lovely amenities offered. The service was excellent. It took less than 5 minutes for towels to be delivered to our room when we requested additional ones. The location is right in the heart of Ginza, Tokyo's shopping and sightseeing district. The hotel offers a great view of Tokyo tower. We recommend this hotel.
A good friend highly recommended the Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza, for the best location, beautiful view and nice comfortable rooms.
It is our first time in Japan/ Tokyo. After 17 hours flight, we found ourselves on the train from the airport to Tokyo center. Crowded, hard to locate the station names in English. Finally, we are rushing out with our suitcases; on the short walk to the hotel, we realize that my back-pack with all our important belonging continue traveling on the train. No passports, no money, no hearing aids, no camera – just a great start on our trip.
The hotel’s staff were very courteous. They did their utmost to assure us that all is going to be OK. We felt terrible; we had a cruise boat to board – impossible without our passports.
Making a very long story - short, after miserable four hours, the lady in the hotel reception managed to locate my bag in a remote station. One and half hour train ride later I arrived there and retrieved my bag.
The bag was truly searched, most probably to locate the owner; between everything else, it contained a substantial amount of cash, passports and so on. Absolutely nothing was missing. The staff at the train station do not speak one word of English, but they are all smiling and friendly.
Next morning the reception lady was very happy to see us with the bag. She completely refused all attempts on our side to compensate her. She insisted to personally guide us to the taxi she called, on our way to the cruise boat. Her statement was – “… it is our mission to serve.”
Nothing is cheap in Tokyo, especially in Ginza. Hotels compete therefore by location and service. I've stayed in a number of hotels in Tokyo and this is one of the nicest. Very good location, just at the better part of Ginza, very well run with a pleasant and very helpful staff. Additionally, my room was much larger than it is typically in Japan and very well equipped. There is a small restaurant in the hotel, serving breakfast but there are literally hundreds of restaurants of all types in the area so I used it only for breakfast. Breakfast is OK, heavy on Japanese, of course but it has a good Western component. The only problem is that it is small and cannot accommodate all guests at a peak time.
There are always taxis t the hotel, fares are reasonable but if you prefer you may use the subway, the entrance is just next to the hotel.
Overall, a good choice.