Ginza Capital Hotel Annex3.0 out of 5.0
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This was our first visit to Japan and we were full of apprehension about language issues and how the Japanese would react to foreigners who don't look like them. Our first experience at the reception put to rest all those apprehensions. They were polite and helpful beyond words. Our travel agent booked this hotel for the duration of our stay in Tokyo and again for our return trip from Osaka. It is a nice little property tucked away in the periphery of Ginza district and it is only a 10 minute walk to central Ginza five minute walk to the famed fish market. The reception was very polite and obliging except for the irritation that they had booked us into a smoking room. But they were apologetic and made sure that there were air fresheners to get rid of tobacco smell. Thankfully the smell was gone in 24 hours. The room was tiny but then New York hotel rooms are tiny too. The room was very clean and so was the bath room. I liked the Japanese innovation with the bidet from the toilet seat. We asked for a voltage adapter and after much gesticulating the reception understood what we wanted and produced it promptly. The room has some only Japanese tea and if you want to drink some real tea don't forget to take some tea bags. We tried the restaurant one rainy night and the food exceeded our expectations. Japanese hotels have some funny habits. One is that they want you out by 10 in the morning and you can get the room only by 3PM. The other is that they will charge you for bread at the restaurant! These are a few quirks common to Japanese hotels. The other quirk is that even CNN is dubbed in Japanese. So you are not left with any English channel in this hotel. Next the hotel breakfast. It is mostly Japanese food with a few pastries and scrambled eggs thrown in for the foreigners. But don't miss the Japanese breakfast. It is very good. Would I stay again in this hotel if I visit Tokyo again. Yes most definitely.
Price room location was consistent Staff was helpful Strength Great if you want to go to tsukiji market in the morning Convenience store was near by Have restaurant in the hotel Weak A bit far from ginza city center
Excellent location, just minutes of walk from the famous Tsukiji market. Nearby 2 train stations so visiting around was very easy. Staffs were very friendly. Room was clean with adequate amenities. Several convenient shops nearby.
Loved the location, restaurants, markets and subway access within close proximity, good price. Bright room, great layout, we'll appointed, comfy bed, English speaking very gracious staff. Would definitely stay here again
We chose this hotel as our home base for 2 days before proceeding to Nikko. We wanted to be close enough to the fish market for our 1st stop in the morning and that worked well. But make sure to check the Tsujiki Fish Market calendar as the morning we chose ended up being a holiday! We chose a triple room which worked well for 3 people. Not much room to walk around, but since we expected it, we made do. We traveled with only 1 suitcase each and 1 backpack, so we were ok. Loved having the ability to make hot tea in the room. Room window gave us a good view. Since we got there in the morning, they held our bags. When we were ready to leave, they helped get us a cab as well. Convenient to subway station. Walking distance to a Denny's. There's also a 7-11 not far from the hotel where one can use a US ATM to get cash. Since Tokyo is pretty much still a cash society, this was convenient as most banks don't take US ATM cards. For the Ginza area...pretty reasonable. You can find other hotels that serve free breakfast, but considering where we wanted to be....it was a great choice.
We stayed in a triple bedroom. The room was small, but I expected the room to be much smaller (a bit larger than a room in Hong Kong). The location of the hotel is really good. Can get there by getting off at Tsukiji station or Shintomicho station (exit 4 is right across the street from the hotel). Within walking distance to Tsukiji fish market (15-20 minutes, but it'll be moving in November 2016) and a few convenient stores nearby (Lawsons right next door) and a tiny grocery store on the way to Hatchobori station (you can buy some fruits and vegetables). We also went to Kyoto for 5 days in between our stays and they were able to hold our large suitcase there while we were gone. They also have coin operated laundry machines (wash was 200 yen, 50 yen for laundry detergent and dry was 100 yen, but required multiple times for clothes to fully dry). There also are no safety deposit boxes in the room. The hotel also has free shuttle buses in the morning to Tokyo station (8:30am, 8:40am, and 9:20am) so you can hop on a 1000 yen/person bus to Narita.
We chose this hotel to be close to Tsukiji. If you are a backpacker, it might be a little inconvenient since it's about a 10 minute taxi ride from Tokyo Station. Although close to the subway station, it might take you a while to get there. Once there though and free of your baggage, getting around is as easy and getting to the subway. Rooms are clean, and the room rates by Tokyo standards are reasonable. There is a Denny's close by as well but while in Japan, I try to have only Japanese food. I would stay there again if I wanted to visit Tsukiji once more.
We stayed here for one night only as its close to fish market. Hotel is literally 2min walk from underground station, super convenient. They gave us room 744&745 which is right opposite each other. We walked to the fish market first thing in the morning, so location is perfect! Room is small, but has fridge and tea making facilities. Bathroom have amenities. One side of hotel faces Main Street, which is a bit noisier, the other side face the back street which is more quiet. Didn't try out their onsite restaurant, but there are two small supermarket downstairs. And it's walkable distance to Ginza shopping area. Overall it's a great location.
The hotel has an excellent location, has two stations (one half block from the hotel) and the other two small blocks from the hotel, also has convenience stores and restaurants near it, and walking less than 10 minutes the famous Tsukiji Fish Market where you can eat traditional Japanese food. If you like to walk a little more you have also the famous Ginza street where you can delight with the colors of night life and the stores. The rooms are not comfortable if you have two or three people staying in the same room, but they have a good service and helpful staff.
We stayed in a triple room for 10 days in July. We chose the hotel because of the relative ease of getting to Disneyland. In fact there are two subway stations a few yards from the hotel entrance. The room was small - best to only have one person moving at a time! However, it was clean and well serviced - as was the toilet. Air conditioning was good in the room and throughout the hotel. Breakfast was excellent - costs 1050yen if not on B+B rate - mixture of western and Japanese dishes. Staff were very helpful when sending luggage on by courier. Lots of restaurants nearby but a lot less than in other parts of Tokyo. Costs about 1000 yen by taxi from Tokyo Station.
- Walking distance to Kabuki-za Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Ginza Capital Hotel Annex places you in Chuo, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Kabuki-za Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market. This 300-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like 2 restaurants and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Tokyo, the hotel is also near Tokyo Stock Exchange and Tokyo Imperial Palace.
This hotel is home to 2 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
All 300 rooms provide refrigerators and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and wired Internet, along with satellite TV. Bathrooms have hair dryers and bathrobes.
At Ginza Capital Hotel Annex, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas.
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63% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 246 reviews