Staying in a Ginza Hotel is a Great location for exploring Imperial Palace, Tsukiji Fish Market, Kabuki Theater, Hama Rikyu Japanese Gardens, Karaoke, Nightlife and up-scale Shopping.
Staying in hotels in Ginza you can easily walk between these Attractions without breaking a sweat.
Ginza Tokyo is a great place for Shopping with the largest selection in the city of high end department stores
and international designer boutiques (Prada, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Channel, Gucci, Mikimoto and more).
Ginza Hotel: Top 7
Monterey Hotel -from $200
A room with breakfast in the heart of Ginza district for $200 is Great value for the Money. Located on a quiet street 10 min by foot from Tokyo station or 5 min from Ginza Station. The rooms are a little small but have character.
Rates and Reviews: Monterey Hotel Tokyo
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Mercure Hotel Ginza -from $200
It’s amazing to be in the heart of Ginza without having to pay an arm and a leg, and within walking distance of high-end shopping, Tsukiji Fish market and right next to the subway station. Comfortable beds, in room safe, TV with Japanese channels and 3 international channels and a Good air-conditioning system.
Internet (by cable, not wifi) is available at NO cost in the room. Wi-fi is available (also for no charge) at the reception area.
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Park Hotel -from $300
A comfortable boutique-like hotel with large windows in the rooms. The hotel lobby is on the 25th floor, overlooking the illuminated Tokyo Tower and the city skyline. Booking the Premium Corner Room is highly recommended for the amazing views and extra space.
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Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza-from $280
Modern, minimalist décor welcomes you at the lobby, yet the rooms are warm and earthy. Rooms have floor to ceiling windows with beautiful view of Ginza, especially at night. The lobby is on the 16th floor which is spectacular.
Located close to Ginza shopping street with it’s up scale shops, and a short walk away from Kabuki theater, restaurants, Imperial palace and Tsukiji Fish market. Great value for money.
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Dai Ichi Hotel -from $250
The rooms are large, well-equipped and well maintained. The location is hard to beat. The Ginza subway station and the Shimbashi station are a block away, so any place in the city is easily accessible. The Ginza shopping area and the Tsukiji fish market are all a few minutes walk away. The view from the 21st floor lounge is wonderful. The ambiance is traditional European.
Try to book east-facing rooms for the view of the Shinkansen trains.
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Conrad Hotel-from $400
This High End Hotel has 2 fantastic restaurants in-house: Gordon Ramsey’s Restaurant, and the Michelin Guide recommended ‘China Blue’. Located 5 minutes walk from Ginza shopping and entertainment district, and next to a subway station that connects you within minutes to Shibuya, Shinjuku or Roppongi.
Stunning day and night views across the Bay, right to Odaiba or Hama Rikyu Gardens. Wireless Internet access in the room comes with an extra charge.
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Peninsula Hotel-from $500
The Glamorous and Romantic Peninsula Hotel is right Opposite the Imperial Palace and just a three-minute walk to the up-scale shopping and nightlife areas of Ginza. Service is heavenly and the Spa is outstanding.
Spacious rooms (complete with dressing room closet), filled with gadgets (including an espresso machine) and a large bathroom.
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