Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Rooms are efficient Japanese business size but more than adequate and well equipped for a few days. The hotel sits on floors 16 and up so every room has fabulous views of Tokyo. Ginza restaurants, shopping and bars are steps away. I've stayed a many fancier, pricier, hotels which I did not give 5 stars to but I like the overall package that the Mitsui delivers. Probably half the size of a western hotel in Tokyo but very comfortable and modern. You could consider it a boutique hotel. My double bed filled the pretty much the whole room but was comfortable. I generally stay elsewhere in Tokyo but decided to try something new. I will consider this hotel again in the future depending on where my meeting locations are.
This is my preferred place to stay when in Ginza, Tokyo, rooms are small but ok for asian's. a recent addition to the room is the free cellphone usage. Hotel staff speak very well english, service is excellent can't say more on a mid price hotel in Tokyo. location is very good a Limo Bus service directly drops off Hotel guest from Narita Terminal 2. Lots of good restaurant near by few minute walk to the subway and Ginza crossing.
The hotel is actually fairly nice, quite small rooms but clean and fairly well set up. Nice location. A bit disappointed with reception who were quite rude on the phone when I was trying to clarify why they changed my booking. A simple apology for the inconvenience would have been nice and instead of continually saying 'mmhmm, mmhmm' when I ask a question, actually answer with words.
I stayed in this hotel during my last business trip to Tokyo. Rooms are too small and congested, after keeping one suitcase it became packed. Toilet is also tiny but there were good varieties of toiletries. Breakfast was okay, though not much varieties but found changes in varieties every morning. Location of the hotel is good. There are a number of food outlets around the hotel. The Metro / subway transportation is nearby. The rooms are too much expensive in this hotel.
Picking a hotel in a foreign land that you've never visited is daunting. We researched as best we could from home and went with the highest rated in our budget, and boy did we luck out! Americans, be forewarned; the hotel rooms in Tokyo are SMALL! However, Japanese are masters of efficiently using available space. After settling in we quickly got over our "size shock" because we did indeed have the space needed. I have to give special mention to the team at the concierge desk. We approached them 3 separate times during our stay for various needs. The level of courtesy and efficiency is, quite frankly, astounding! Unfortunately I did not get her name, but there is a shorter woman, who I'm guessing in her 50's, that was exceptional. It felt like our mom was taking care of us. I wanted to take her home with us. Such a delight!
Location is its greatest attraction. The hotel is located just round the corner from the main shopping street in Ginza. The Ginza Six and other department stores are a few minutes walk away. Shopping is so convenient. So is dining. A lot of restaurants and some nice coffee shops offer comfortable breaks to rest your legs. The room I was staying faced the Tsukiji Market. It took about 15 minutes to walk to the market from the hotel. I had been at the Tsukiji before, but this time I walked to the market, had lunch there and spent an hour familiarise with the streets nearby before going back to the hotel on foot. This was the best experience I had during this trip. As I was having a lazy holiday with my family, we usually started our outing by about noon. We usually took a taxi to a destination, spent a few hours there, found a place for dinner, and hailed a taxi back. The convenient location of the hotel meant that taxi fares to the attractions in central Tokyo were of acceptable level. Staff members were invariably friendly and helpful. Staying at Mitsui has been a pleasant experience.
Yes it’s Tokyo , most expensive city in the World.. stay here to feel part of the aura of Tokyo (and not break the bank) .. Lobby is on the 16th floor .. elevators are fast and efficient .. lobby is gorgeous, open and efficient ( I focus on efficiency as you can tell) ... Room was smaller than used to BUT the efficiency of the room makes up for the size .. clean , modern, amazing city views , hot water , cold AC if you like that , great water pressure , great bath and shower. No complaints of the room. Amazing bar ( Karin) with bar tenders (mixologists) that take overwhelming pride in each drink they prepare. Skyy is the restaurant located in the 16th floor - we ate breakfast there and had the buffet. (21usd) - very impressed with the food options and variety although coffee is free an espresso cost an added 3 usd.. fresh , hot, food - excellent. Location - awesome - one block from main drag of Ginza , please note Ginza shopping is all about luxury , Louis, Gucci, Patek Phillipe, etc shopping and cutting edge people - but there is a very cool convenient store called DONK - they have frickin everything and cheap. So a great mix of you are like us - we have money but still like to remain close to budget. I like to leave some challenging feedback if I can - only thing I would have liked to see would be a pool / hot tub - it’s Tokyo and you walk a lot !! Highly recommend. Scott (SPG Plat, International traveller 15 times a year)
We recently stayed in this hotel for 5 nights and we loved everything here. The hotel is located conveniently near Shimbashi Station and Ginza Station. There are many restaurants and convenient stores nearby. Tsukiji Fish market is under 10 minutes walk away. Tokyo Station is a few stops away. The reception area is at 16th floor and guest rooms from 17th to 25th floor. Our room on 23rd floor offered amazing view of the city. Room was of reasonable size. The bedding was extremely comfortable. The housekeeping staff kept the room spotless. There was tea and coffee as well as two bottles of mineral water replenished daily. The room came with bedroom slippers and air purifier. The staff was very helpful when approached. Airport limousine bus to Narita is next to the hotel and the hotel made the booking for us and helped with the luggage. There’s a taxi stop right in front of the hotel. We have stayed in other part of Tokyo but nothing beats this place. We would definitely return.
Small, yet very comfortable rooms. I had an amazing view of the city with windows that were nearly floor to ceiling. Reasonable rates for a lovely accommodation. Nice breakfast buffet, small and cozy bar area, good location, a few blocks from the subway that can take you anywhere in this great city.
Location is superb...right in the heart of the Ginza shopping area...provided your business meetings are all there! I found the room a bit small without space to put my laptop for work. On the flip side, the beer and all other minibar drinks were free and replenished on a daily basis...a reason to go back!
- Walking distance to Kabuki-za Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Business center
Located in Chuo, 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.
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.
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.
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier offers free WiFi in public areas and a business center. Dry cleaning/laundry services make packing light an option.
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92% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1402 reviews