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We stayed twice at this hotel as part of a tour, at the beginning and the last couple of days, and it was much better the second time around. I put this down to not understanding the Japanese style of hotel and their culture. The...More
As other people have pointed out, the rooms are very small but clean and comfortable and the hotel location is superb, right by the station and a short walk from the Ginza and Imperial Palace gardens. Lots of reasonable restaurants in the area and for...More
For a reasonably priced experience near Tokyo Hotel, this is a good one to try.
The hotel meets most of the basic requirements of a decent Japanese hotels, and surprisingly the room is not very cramped either (relative to other Japanese biz hotels). I got...More
Great location. Rooms are very small but you have everything you need and more. Restaurant serves decent buffet style breakfast. I may choose a bigger room next time though. Size of the room is the only thing I gave it rating of four instead of...More
This hotel is just one short block from the main train station. The rooms are quite small, but that is expected in Japan. However, they are very clean and comfortable. They have free wifi which is fast and the TV has CNN. The bathroom has...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
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I (we) stayed at this hotel as part of a Road Scholar Trip through Japan. Road Scholar might be able to help. They are very friendly. The participant services number is 877-426-8056. The general phone number is... More
I (we) stayed at this hotel as part of a Road Scholar Trip through Japan. Road Scholar might be able to help. They are very friendly. The participant services number is 877-426-8056. The general phone number is 800-454-5768. Hope this helps.
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"if you are a bigger person you definitely want a double room..."