Ginza Capital Hotel Main3.0 out of 5.0
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Location is near to tsukiji market (the fish market), but to go to city (ie shinjuku, shibuya) you have to transfer a few trains. And the walking distance from station to station quiet far too. Unless you want to go to certain area nearby. the hotel staff not helpful at all, even only to book a taxi. Without even trying to call, the staff said 'busy'. And told us to look for the taxi outside on our own. Too bad.
The hotel is just 10-minute walk to the fish market, and 1-minute walk to a metro station, which is 2 stops away from the Yamanote Line. The area around the hotel is very quiet at night. There is a 24-hour restaurant nearby and some convenient stores around. The hotel is clean and tidy. Check in was quick and staff were friendly. The room is small but adequate. The room key is not key card but a key with a chain which is a bit bulky. My room has a view of the street but the room on the other side has frosted windows. All in all, this is a hotel with a great value that I would consider staying here again.
The hotel itself is mediocre, with is standard for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo. It's a bit old for sure but it's fairly clean and has the necessities such as a mini-fridge and WiFi. The location is great as it's surrounded by like 3 or 4 convenient stores such as Lawson and 7-Eleven. It is also a 5-min walk to 2 subway stations. If you are here to visit the Tsukiji Fish Market, it is about a 10-min walk from the hotel. Overall, there really isn't much to complain given the price I paid. I also like that the surrounding area is pretty quiet but within a couple of subway stops away from the busy parts of Tokyo.
I stayed here one night with a group, but I made my reservation late. I paid twice what other members of my group paid. Also, check-in was incredibly slow and frustrating. So take that in mind when considering my ratings. I stayed in a twin room with my son, and I would say that everything was fine. We mostly just crashed there, after running some errands. The lady at the front desk was helpful in directing us to a place where my son could buy a somewhat affordable suitcase, though. Breakfast was also fine. It was a set breakfast, not a buffet. They had a choice of western or Japanese breakfast. The western breakfast looked, in places, like they didn't quite get it -- I would recommend the Japanese breakfast if you like typical Japanese breakfast foods. The hotel has shuttle service, but it only leaves once or twice during the day, and if those times aren't what you want, it's not helpful. On the other hand, it is very convenient to a couple of subway stations. I'm not sure how to answer the "bilingual staff" question. I was able to communicate with them with a combination of English and sign language, and they were nice about trying, and sometimes helpful. But it wasn't really easy.
A hotel close to the subway and 24/7 convenience store for your snacks, ATM and amenities. About 20 min walk to the Ginza and 10 min walk to Tsukiji fish market. Staff were helpful and pleasant always acknowledging when we came and went to and from the hotel. A hotel that appeared tired and in need of upgrading. The beds were very hard and the air conditioning was leaking onto the bed. Staff were very attentive and came up to the room with a towel to wipe the vent and explain how to turn off the air con as everything was in Japanese. Otherwise a comfortable hotel but I'm afraid I would not stay again.
Located close to 2 subway stops, this is a great place to stay if you want to be slightly away from the main bustle of Tokyo. The hotel is fairly average but you have all facilities you need. The staff were helpful and tried their best to help us as non-japanese speakers. They have an option of western or Japanese breakfast, both of which seem okay. However, when coming to Tokyo the main thing is the easy access and friendly staff, of which this hotel delivers both! I would recommend it if you want somewhere to lay your head after a busy day.
I chose this hotel for its proximity to the Tsukiji Fish Market, and was expecting it to be a pretty simple place. While it is certainly not the lap of luxury, this hotel exceeded my expectations all around. And the location was indeed very convenient, being within an easy walking distance of the Tsukiji Fish Market. The check-in was very quick and efficient. My room was quite small, but comfortable, and immaculately clean. The great surprise was the delectable breakfast. I chose the Japanese version, and was utterly delighted with the food selection and quality. Service was invariably responsive and efficient. In a nice surprise, they operate three free shuttles in the morning taking people to the Tokyo Station, with the first one leaving at 8:20 am. This was a great convenience. The hotel is also within comfortable walking distance of Ginza. Note that this hotel charges a fee for every half-hour past their 10:00 am checkout time. I checked out early, so it was not an issue, and the fee was a relatively small amount, but it's good to know. This hotel is located near many restaurants, and near two subway stops. Also, there were vending machines for beverages on my floor. While overlooking a busy street, no street or traffic noise was coming in, with sound insulation being great. The Wi-Fi was dependable, and worked well in my room. Overall, this hotel exceeded my expectations all around, and I recommend it.
The old adage "you get what you pay for" could not be more appropriate. On sale in the US$75 range/night this is actually very good value. The hotel is older and I had a single room, but the furnishings are adequate and most of all CLEAN! Staff speak some English and everyone is hard working. You might try the sister hotel of the same name plus "ANNEX". It appears newer and nicer, but price point is typically higher. I didn't eat at the restaurant because Tsukiji Fish market is 5 minutes walk. Wifi works in room and lobby. Checkin is 3pm, Checkout is 10am. They have luggage storage, so no problems that way. Also note they have a FREE shuttle bus 3 times each morning 720/820/920a to Tokyo Station which is a 15 minute car ride. Closest Metro is Shintomachi and Tsukiji. Good luck and enjoy!
Hello! I am from London, England. I stayed at Ginza capital main hotel - 2-1-4 tsukiji chuo-ku, tokyo, japan in November 2015. I booked it for 4 nights. I paid £183 for 4 nights and I am underwhelmed. This hotel went below my expectations. It is very close to a toll road. Pretty dull area which shuts down around 22:00. There is only 1 small supermarket nearby. There is 1 restaurant Denny’s nearby. Taxi drivers get lost and take you to an incorrect other hotel site - Ginza Capital Hotel Annex. There are 2 local supermarkets close to this newer building. The nearest metro subway to it is Shintomicho. It is number “Y20” on the Tokyo Metro Map. You will always have to change to another line if you want to see any of the Tokyo main sites or attractions. Or you can turn round a corner and walk a further 6-7 minutes down the mainstreet to Tsujiki station (number “H10”). Getting to this hotel from Tokyo station by metro is ok but there are lots of stairs and if you have a lot of luggage you will be trouble! - I had 5th floor room – it was very small – no space to even open your luggage case - i had to open it on the bed and there is no room to walk. - Emirates missed my connecting flight to Tokyo from Dubai … I arrived a day later than planned missing my first night. The hotel would not agree to refund...the insurance companies do not refund either. - Breakfast: The hotel staff were very accommodating to allow me to dine for breakfast after closing time (09:30). However, there is only 2 choice of breakfast on offer – “Japanese” style or “Western” style. You get a breakfast coupon. The western style breakfast is poor – it consists of 1 mini hash brown, poor attempt at scrambled egg mix and 1 ham/1 sausage. There is a poor salad choice - cold tomatoes or salad leaves or coleslaw on some day once. Coffee you get from the coffee machine. Take it or leave it. - Pillow in room – the pillow in the rooms is not good for sleep. They are flat, cheap, hard, stuffed with paper . I sought better pillow, they just gave me the same one. I asked in final for two of them . The hotel information refers to paying for memory foam pillows …but staff do not know anything about it or offer it to me. I was ill with cold because of the pillow. Blanket cold. No heating. - Water in shower is too hot and too cold. - No window view - frosted window in room opened into some block of flats - Slow wifi. The staff are amazing. They are very friendly and very helpful. They help you with directions to go where they can. And there are 2 great 24 hour 7/11 nearby.
I booked a room for non smokers but there wasn't any so I had to stay in one for smokers. It was terrible. I received refreshner but was useless. Bathrooms very small. Tooms also. Breakfasts very boring. Every day the same meals.
Located in Chuo, Ginza Capital Hotel Main is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Kabuki-za Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market. This 256-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a coffee shop/café, free in-room WiFi, and a business center. It's in central Echizembori and also close to Tokyo Stock Exchange and Tokyo Imperial Palace.
Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
The 256 rooms have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, coffee makers, and phones. Guests can expect to find satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, bathrobes, and slippers.
Guests of Ginza Capital Hotel Main enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a business center. This hotel also has laundry facilities.
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46% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 158 reviews