This hotel is on the doorstep of Higashi-Gonzalez metro station and Gonzalez metro is only a short walk, above or below ground. Gonzalez is fabulous area. It is an expensive area but not "in your face" like Shinjuku. Several of the best department stores are available (and they include some good eating options), as is the world's greatest fish market. Eat Sushi there everyday!!! While the hotel rooms are small, they have a wonderful Japanese functionality. Excellent design anf finish. The hotel is modern and comfortable.. We recommend it.
Traveller from Moscow
Located in Chuo, this hotel is steps from Mitsukoshi and Kabuki-za Theatre. Tokyo Imperial Palace and Tsukiji Fish Market are …More
Well, I just arrived at hotel 1:25PM. The check-in time was 2PM.
Yes, I arrived at hotel early. That was my fault. I don't want to blame hotel, but I have to say to other guests.
A female step required 1500JPN ($15) for early check in fee.
If you want to stay this hotel, please do not go there early.
Located in Chiyoda, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Mitsukoshi and Kabuki-za Theatre. Tokyo Imperial Palace and …More
Good location near high end shopping, two metro stations, kabuki theater, quick market and pachinko parlour. Not very many rooms with two beds and only had 2 premium rooms with two beds. Breakfast buffet is very good and so is dinner buffet. Small, ill equipped fitness room. No ventilation in bathroom. Provides shampoo, conditioner, soap, bath gel, comb, moisturizer, razor and toothbrush in room as well as refrigerator, safe, iron and board, slippers, robe and even shoe horn. Friendly English speaking staff. Will exchange currency to yen. Hotel room key only allows access to your floor. Overall enjoyable experience.
Traveller from st louis, MO, USA
Located in Chuo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Kabuki-za Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market. Tokyo Imperial Palace …More
High on opulence and popularity, Ginza was one of the city's first districts to implement Western-style brick buildings and gas lamps. Set in the heart of the city, it is the place for those who don't mind crowds, and serious spenders. But it takes very little to see Asia's largest fish market, a traditional kabuki play, or the latest gadgets at the Sony building.