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Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier

4.0 out of 5.0

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I chose this hotel based on its proximity to Tokyo Station (and it was a very brief walk, so handy). The staff is warm, yet professional, the rooms a good size and with awesome amenities. One being a multi-cable charger, so no matter your device type, you can use it - something that sometimes gets lost in travel. The hotel is about a 5 minute walk from some of the best shopping in Ginza (anything you want to buy!) and about 10 from the Imperial Palace. They held my bag when I arrived early before check in and then after I had checked out, which I really appreciated. I'd stay here again if I go back to Tokyo.

We arrived late via the Subway but had no trouble finding the location. The hotel starts with reception on the 16th floor so every room above has a fabulous view. The rooms are not large but large enough for two people and luggage. Great to have a walk in shower and separate bath. Very well appointed. Very clean. Jazz bar on 16th floor is great for a pre or post dinner drink. The breakfast is ample with a wide variety of choices. Shout out to Vera at Concierge- speaks three languages so no trouble to help us with dinner reservations and taxi. Very enjoyable and not too expensive given what you get. Walking distance to most things as well as the mono rail. Ginza can bean expensive area when eating out.

I travelled with two children in the tow and 2 luggages. After arriving at Haneda International Airport, I took the monorail and switch to a train and walked about 10 min from the station to the hotel. Not bad for a first timer like me. It was easy to locate and the hotel was within reach to other train stations. Although the hotel is located in a quiet spot away from the buzz but convenience stores like Family Mart and Lawson are easily accessible. Yoshinoya was a good spot for breakfast. Ginza Nine 9-3 Supermarket, 24H Don.K! and the flagship Toypark, start of Ginza shopping belt were extremely nearby within 3-10 min walk. I walked to Tsujiki Market and Kabukiza theatre from the hotel. Easy walk, tried and tested. Hotel reservations were relatively easy. Only tip, get a bigger room if your budget can afford, a standard room with 3 single beds can be a bit of a squeeze. Toilet size was good and well-stocked with bath amenities. Overall, a very good stay.

A beautiful hotel situated in the heart of the Ginza area. Only downside was size of room however have been told all hotel rooms are very small. 3 of us Living out of suitcases for 8 nights is very difficult as not enough space to hang up clothes. Hotel was clean & staff friendly enough especially Junko at information. She helped us to get around Japan the easiest ways & nothing was ever to much trouble. There is a great view from the hotel of the Tokyo tower, looks amazing from there all lit up. Hotel is situated right in the middle of Ginza area, verey very expensive however do please walk around & off the strip area as theres lots of fab wee eating places around & much cheaper then Ginza eateries. Hotel food & drink very expensive, we had 2 drinks each (3 of us), cost over £100 so its best to get out & about. All in all a good stay

The hotel is fairly new and my room was very spacious for a Japanese hotel. I don’t think there is anything that stands out as amazing but staff were great, bed was comfortable, bathroom had a nice deep bath with over bath shower which was ok. Water temperature fluactuated a bit in the shower sometimes. All facilities were clean and there were rich cotton Pajama’s provided as well. For me the quilt was too hot but with air con on it became too cold. I would definitely recommend this hotel and would not hesitate to stay there again.

This review is based on a four night stay in a Superior Double room. Location Conveniently located on the fringes of Ginza and a short walk from subway stations Ginza and Shimbashi. There are plenty of cafes, restaurants, shops, department stores (e.g. Mitsukoshi), shopping malls (e.g. Ginza Six) and art galleries (e.g. Shiseido gallery) nearby. It's the perfect base to explore different parts of Tokyo as it's well connected to various subway lines. Facilities There's a spacious and modern 16/F lobby with plenty of seating and an all-day restaurant. We did not eat there so I cannot comment on the food quality. A convenience store is located on the ground floor. Room Pros: Floor to ceiling windows with a view; bathroom with a cool window that gets frosted at the touch of a button; "Handy" smartphone for use during the stay; water pressure; sound insulation. Cons: Room size; very dusty due to the carpet; no hangers in bathroom to hang up towels; no ironing board (only ironing mat, even upon request!); no drawers in desk or nightstand to store personal items. Service Friendly and efficient service at check-in and check-out. Swift pre-arrival email communication and assistance in making restaurant reservations. Note the hotel policy of not making restaurant reservations on the day of arrival and for restaurants that require any sort of deposit/guarantee. Summary The hotel is a solid choice at this mid-range price point. It's a notch above typical Japanese-style business hotels.

We booked this hotel because of the location but wish we had stayed with a well known brand like a Starwood’s hotel ! Firstly they speak a smattering of English and very conveniently do not chose to understand what you want / we stayed there for seven days 4+3 - the first half the room was fine and we expected the same room on our return from Kyoto ! They had put our bags(6) in this really cramped room and inspite of requesting the duty manager to change our room he was most unaccomadating - favourite English words / Sorry cannot!! As it was 11.30 at night we just stayed on but I would never recommend this hotel - even an extra bottle of water is not given - sorry cannot !!

The hotel is only a few steps from all the restaurants and shops in the beating heart of Tokyo. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The rooms are a little small but normal by Japanese standards, but nonetheless comfortable and very clean and with some great views of Tokyo. I really appreciated the handy phone in the room that I could use for free for data and local calls (and receiving calls) during my stay which saved me a fortune using my own phone on international data roaming charges. Its close to Ginza station; or by taxi only 1000 Yen (approx $10US) or so from the main Tokyo station.

After six and a half weeks in multiple hotels it was a delight to finish our holiday at this hotel. It was perfect. Immaculately clean, spacious, all drinks in the room are complimentary (a pleasant change from European and US hotels) and there was an abundance of personal products. Especially loved the Nespresso coffee machine in room as well. The service from the staff is faultless. They attended to our every need. Even catching airport transfer bus they assisted by taking luggage and loading it into the bus. This was a huge help as hotel lobby is on 16th floor and the bags were heavy at the end of our trip. Great location in the Ginza shopping district as well. Highly recommended

Stayed 4 nights in Superior Double/Queen. Had a wonderful view as all the rooms are above the 16th floor. There's a separate elevator that takes you to the lobby from the entrance. it adds to the time getting in and out of the hotel but on the other hand, the views are beautiful. Check-in process was relaxing as they took our name down while we waited from the comfort of the lobby. Room wasn't big but the space was very well designed and equipped with everything you might need (multi-head phone charger, local mobile phone, fridge, trouser press, etc.). Especially liked the bedside control panel that allowed you to set the lighting and temperature of the room. Bathroom was great - separate shower and tub, Shiseido toiletries, bidet/toilet. Did not eat at the restaurant but tried the hotel bar. It had lovely views but was pretty small and rather pricey. Excellent location - 5 minutes to the busy Ginza shopping area and Shiodome but hotel itself is quiet. There's a 24-hr convenience store right outside and Shimbashi station was about 5 minutes away. Would highly recommend this hotel!

8-13-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku Tokyo Tokyo-to

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Kabuki-za Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Business center

Located in Ginza, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Kabuki-za Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market. This 361-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. It's also close to Tokyo Imperial Palace and Tokyo Tower.


Dining

Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM.


Rooms

Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier's 361 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, free newspapers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect flat-screen TVs with pay movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include safes and phones.


Property features

Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier offers free WiFi in public areas and a business center. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the accommodations.

Room options

View Bath Twin Non Smoking

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Superior Double Room, Smoking

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Moderate Twin Room Smoking

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Superior Double Room, Non Smoking

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

92.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1499 reviews