Hotel The Celestine Ginza4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The Celestine is well situated, close to a station and many large eating and shopping complexes. My favourite place is the food hall at the Mitsukochi department store. Food porn. The thing to remember about Ginza in particular when you are looking for a restaurant is that often the restaurants are not on street level, but up the stairs - or in the case of the larger complexes, on a particular floor. The restaurant at The Celestine, for instance, is on the 14th floor. The room in which we stayed was not exactly large, but there was plenty of space and the bed was comfortable. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful, and attended to our (few) extra needs very promptly. Not particularly cheap, however.
Very nice and new hotel conveniently located in Ginza. Hotel staff were very polite and helpful. Our double room (corner room #806) was fine though a bit small. However, the sound insulation of the windows were really bad. We could hear the trains even 30-40 minutes past midnight, then noises from rowdy crowds on the street and ambulances in the wee hours, then streaking cries of crows started around 5am. We put up with it for two nights and on the 3rd morning I rushed down to reception to request for a room change. They were quite nice about it. I wanted a room in the center i.e. “sandwiched” between 2 rooms so as to minimise noises, but they gave us another corner room only that it was 3 floors higher (#1106). We could still hear the trains but it was a lot better than the lower floor and no more crows! Anyway, this is a great hotel if you can sleep like a pig.
We had a perfect stay for 8 nights at this amazing boutique hotel at the heart of Ginza Tokyo in Japan. The staff gave us an excellent service and all of them spoke perfect English . The room was very quiet although the room faced the Main Street (we stayed at the 7th floor). The room has a tablet near the bed and with him you can control all the light/media/alarm watch and air conditioner. The. Bath is really good since we had a standing shower and a tub in one space. Allot of attention to little details that made our stay unforgettable. We will definitely stay again. Worth every Yen 😉
We stayed for 3 nights in Tokyo and loved our stay. The location was close to the Shimbashi train station and it was very easy for us to get around. The service and helpfulness of the front desk were also fantastic. We stayed in a double room and it was a bit small (to be expected) but the bathroom was a decent size and was exactly what we needed!
The hotel has a very good location in Ginza. Close to public transport and lots of good restaurants around the corner. The rooms are beautiful and well thought through although the bathroom did not have much storage space. The service was very good as well. I can totally recommend it.
It's a stone's throw away from the multiple bars along the Ginza area. A quick walk to Shimbashi station and around 5-10 minutes stroll to the whole shopping district. While the rooms are petite, the amenities are plentiful! We were warned about the renovation across the street and yes, we could hear the noise, not only of the renovations but also during the evenings when some of the inebriated people have a bit more than the amount of alcohol they could carry. During the day, however, (if it were not for the noise in the building across) this would be a sanctuary where you'd appreciate the tranquility of the city. It's a quaint boutique hotel in the Ginza area and the location is just right on a balmy spring day. The staff are courteous and helpful, even if there is some struggle with the English language. The cleaning crew is impeccable as you'd come back to a room that's spic and span at the end of the day. Finally, the price isn't too expensive for a hotel in the Ginza district. You will just need to orient yourself on the day you arrive and try to enjoy exploring the area. It's the other side of Ginza tourists wouldn't venture to.
Albeit not the most lux option, Hotel the Celestine Ginza is a perfectly good option for the area. My family usually stays at Imperial Hotel but we decided to give this place a try on a recent visit: we really enjoyed the boutique, intimate vibes of this hotel (and its more reasonable price point). The rooms have everything you'll need (though are quite basic in design) and the top-floor bar and restaurant is a relaxing choice for afternoon tea or breakfast. If you're not looking for the extensive amenities of larger chain hotels, then this hotel may be the best bet. Warning: there is ongoing construction at a neighboring building. Thankfully, we stayed on a Sunday night so were not affected, but there were ear plugs provided so I'd be wary of staying on a different night.
I was on the fence about this hotel, but am so glad I stayed there. I cannot come up with a single complaint. The service, amenities, quality of rooms, and location were all great. The rooms were a bit small, but I thought it was very fair for the price (for Tokyo).
The staff are terrific and super friendly. The room although compact was of a high standard, very clean, a safe, ironing facilities, Bulgari toiletries, robes, slippers, umbrella, fridge, tea and coffee and mini bar. The bar on the top floor has wonderful views that are at their best at night. It is situated just a short walk from Ginza6 and Dover Street Market. A great area of Tokyo for a visit as it is central to most places that tourists would want to visit. I would highly recommend. Arigato to the Celestine staff
The hotel is 2 years old (the taxi driver told us previously it was Nikko Hotel so this may useful information if taxi driver has difficulty locating the hotel). The hotel lobby is quite small with limited seating area. The room is very nice, clean and spacious (including a long upholstered bench, writing desk and chair). There is a control panel for room lightings and air conditioning but not the roller blinds (you have to do it manually). The bathroom is generously big with pretty amenities. The hotel is 5 to 8 minutes walk from Shimbashi Station. Nice hotel with plenty of eateries in the vicinity, but for the price, I will look at alternatives that are closer to malls and JR Station.
- Walking distance to Kabuki-za Theatre and Tokyo International Forum
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Concierge services
Located in Ginza, Hotel The Celestine Ginza is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Tokyo Takarazuka Theatre and Ginza Six. This 104-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a cooked-to-order breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to noon.
Guests can enjoy a flat-screen TV and stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and toilets with an electronic bidet. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, a minibar, and an espresso maker.
Hotel The Celestine Ginza features free WiFi in public areas and a porter/bellhop. Self parking is offered for JPY 2500 per night. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with concierge services, luggage storage, and dry cleaning/laundry.
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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 81 reviews