Nice, clean hotel. Close to the subway. Can take monorail directly to Haneda airport or walking distance to airport limosine at another hotel. Ginza was about a 10 min walk away. Staff were friendly. One thing to note is the mattress being hars but that's typical of most Asian countries.
Located in Minato, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Nakagin Capsule Tower and Tsukiji Fish Market. Tokyo Tower and …More
I've stayed at APA Hotel Ginza-Kyobashi several times this year. It is a clean and well-equipped hotel. Rates average between US$90-120/night including taxes and fees, which is an excellent value for the middle of a major world city.
The hotel accomplishes this with efficiency. Rooms are compact (8'x15') with airplane-cozy bathroom facilities and a double bed. It is tight and more than one person per room had better appreciate being in contact with each other, but it is clean, internet is good, location is amazing, and what more does one need?
Traveller from Denver CO
Located in Chuo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tokyo Square Garden and Ginza Wako Building. Tokyo International …More
Hotel is located on top of a subway station and it is one stop to the second biggest railway station in Tokyo the Shinagawa Station. Hotel is neat and tidy, staff is friendly and efficient. Hotel has a public bath which is a plus as after a long day of walking it is a great way to relax your body.
Traveller from Hong KOng
Located in Minato, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Keio University, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum …More
Charming hotel with tons of character! Friendly English speaking staff with awesome close access to restaurants, local subway, and grocery. We loved being to close to the beautiful Yamashita Park. Will stay again!
Traveller from Las Vegas, Nevada
Located in Chinatown, this luxury hotel is steps from Hikawa Maru and Yokohama Marine Tower. Yokohama Stadium and Yokohama …More
Set between Yokohama and Tokyo, Kawasaki is technically considered part of the Great Tokyo region. A main draw in this area is the Kawasaki Daishi temple, built in 1128 and famous for preventing misfortunes. A stop at the Nihon Minka-en (Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum) presents reconstructions of 24 historical buildings from 15 prefectures, dating from the late 17th to the early 20th centuries.