The hotel was priced right for two fancy nights in Ginza. The first morning we woke up to an earthquake and the building did as it was built to do which is keep us safe. Staff were nice and calmed us down, talked us through what we should do incase of another one.
Traveller from NY
Located in Chuo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tokyo Gallery, Kabuki-za Theatre, and Tsukiji Fish Market. Tokyo …More
1) good location - easy access to different parts of Tokyo, very near exit 10 & 11 of ginza-itchome station
2) deluxe double room size good enough for 2 persons + 2 luggages
3) hotel is very new, all fittings/furniture are new and modern especially like the toilet / bathroom fittings
1) pillow too soft - hotel staff sent 2 firm pillows to us after we reported this
2) no hooks in the bathroom for hanging clothes
3) no clothesline in the bathroom for hanging wet laundry
Traveller from Singapore
Located in Chuo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tokyo Square Garden and Kabuki-za Theatre. Tokyo Imperial Palace …More
The Imperial Hotel is a beautiful hotel located in Ginza across the road from Imperial Park. The location is close to public transport and shops and a large number of restaurants. The hotel staff are extremely efficient, courteous, friendly and gracious. We stayed for 5 nights and always loved coming back to the hotel at the end of a long day. If you are looking to stay somewhere away from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, this is a great hotel for you. It's still close to everything but minus the crowds. Our room was a decent size - good for couple + child. I would love to stay at this hotel again!
Traveller from Sydney
Less than 1.2 miles (2 kilometers) from the Imperial Palace that commissioned its creation in 1890, this renowned hotel is …More
It's only steps away from Yurakucho station and it is very convenient. We arrived here 10:30 pm, but still could find a lot of restaurants to eat out in its neighborhood. The room is very small for the western travelers, so please be aware.
Located in Chiyoda, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Mitsukoshi and Kabuki-za Theatre. Tokyo Imperial Palace and …More
The hotel was a minute walk from all the big malls and shops in Ginza. The room was a bit small, but everything looked new and modern. The bathrooms could use a bit of improvement, but it was clean. The hotel concierge will not make any restaurant reservations for you until you check in. I found this disappointing.
Traveller from US
Located in Chuo, this boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Mitsukoshi and Kabuki-za Theatre. Tokyo Imperial Palace and …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.