I enjoyed my stay at Ginza Grand Hotel even though the rooms are on the small side - this is Japanese standards, not North American ones. The bathroom and room were both very clean although the smoke smell was present. The location is great, close to many attractions and transportation.
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The hotel Coms Ginza, located on the Ginza Namiki Street, is fashionable and yet redolent with a sense of classical elegance …More
Very close to the Ginza station (about 8 minutes on foot). Staff excellent though they speak little English. rooms very nice, comfortable and quiet, though very, very small. Their restaurant serves excellent Western buffet lunch. Worth the money!
We were in Tokyo on vacation. This hotel was convenient to public transportation. A short walk to the fish market, and kabuki theater.
The hotel was clean, nicely decorated and comfortable. Rooms were sized to western standards.
The location was great. Close to the ginza and Yurakucho station as well as Tsukiji fish market which I regretably never went to. Shopping was close and there were plenty of places nearby. There's a small shopping store (the equivalent of 7/11) called "Lawson" across the street as well as an awesome donburi store. I found the hotel relatively hard to find but not impossible by any stretch of the imagination, it was only hard 'cause I've never been to Japan before. The staff were nice, spoke enough English, but I didn't have to ask for anything complicated. I would recommend it if you have money for the location, the hotel is good but the "higher" price is mostly for just convenience. You are not paying more for a more comfy hotel or better room. Trains run a wide variety of areas and getting around is not complicated once you get the hang of it or have a pocket wifi device, so you may consider a hotel a bit further away if you're on vacation.
Side note: Doing 1 load of laundry would've cost me ~$62 USD. There's no close by coin laundry so unless you like taking your dirty laundry for a train ride, are staying no more than a week, have packed a lot of clothes, or just don't mind being smelly, then keep this in mind.
High on opulence and popularity, Ginza was one of the city's first districts to implement Western-style brick buildings and gas lamps. Set in the heart of the city, it is the place for those who don't mind crowds, and serious spenders. But it takes very little to see Asia's largest fish market, a traditional kabuki play, or the latest gadgets at the Sony building.
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