|"Very polite and helpful staff"||(in 119 reviews)|
|"Close to both Shimbashi and Ginza station."||(in 25 reviews)|
|""Delightful staff, incredible city views.""||(in 65 reviews)|
|"Bad hotel WiFi in the room."||(in 73 reviews)|
|"No English channels on tv."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Not at par with Japanese hotels"||(in 2 reviews)|
|great location||in 430 reviews|
|room was small||in 388 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 260 reviews|
|great view||in 134 reviews|
|heart of ginza||in 107 reviews|
|ginza shopping||in 56 reviews|
|shimbashi station||in 48 reviews|
|narita airport||in 46 reviews|
|lobby||in 45 reviews|
|english channels||in 33 reviews|
|limousine bus||in 30 reviews|
|easy access||in 26 reviews|
|convenience store||in 22 reviews|
|tokyo tower||in 17 reviews|
|hotel in a great||in 6 reviews|
|close to subway||in 5 reviews|
Loved the location, the high floors and view and that it was techy.
The rooms were very small but efficient. It was fine for me but anyone other than petite, would find the rooms very small and cramped. Most westerners and families would find the rooms small & cramped. I was solo and petite so I was ok. A mini bar be
The hotel location is very convenient, there are number of dining options very close by. The staff were very friendly and the room was very nice. Great view of the city.
The hotel bar was ehh. They charge a cover which is fine if they have another bar option but they don't. The music was good but I could have cared less about it. I just wanted to have a drink but I didn't have a choice about paying the cover.
It is ridiculous that the hotel restaurant do not accept children for dinner. Try to have lunch one day. And was told all full.
I don't know if I'd give this 4 stars, I'd say it was a pretty average hotel. Definitely not bad, but not exceptional. Super friendly staff, not the most fluent English speakers.
There is ZERO storage space in this room for clothing/bags. There's a very narrow closet that can fit maybe six hangers. There's no drawers and a very shallow shelf so there's nowhere to put undergarments, etc. It's fine for a 1- or 2-night stay only.
Featuring views of the city, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier is a charming hotel within walking distance of Shiodome, Shinbashi and Tokyo Electric Power Company. It is located in Tokyo, set amongst a variety of well-known shops and is minutes on foot from Nippon Television.
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier has been recently refurbished and provides a 24-hour business centre, a coffee bar and a 24-hour reception. The in-house day spa offers a chance to get pampered and relax.
The luxury rooms at this 4-star hotel have movies-on-demand and a flat-screen TV. Bathrooms are stocked with necessities such as a hair dryer and slippers.
Those preferring to eat at the hotel can head to the on-site restaurant, open for lunch and dinner. In the evening, guests are welcome to relax with a drink in the on-site bar. A choice of dining options are also found nearby.
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier is surrounded by the area's well-known sightseeing attractions, including Ginza and Yurakucho, which are a short walk away. It is easily accessible on foot from Shimbashi Metro Station.
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Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier is located at 8-13-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku in Chūō, 1,7 km from the centre of Tokyo. Kabuki-za is the closest landmark to Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier.
Yes, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier does not offer free parking.
No, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier is 13,2 km from Tokyo Haneda.
No, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier does not have a pool on-site.