I stayed at the Mercure Ginza in the Summer of '09 and it was one of if not the best hotel I've ever stayed at. The cost per night was somewhat high but it was certainly worth it. Although my room was quite small it had everything I needed and was very modern. However, the breakfast each morning was by far the best part of this hotel. I ate 3 or 4 plates of delicious bacon, eggs and fresh pastries each day and only needed a light snack later in the afternoon to tide me over saving myself hundreds of dollars in food costs. The hotel was in a great area of Ginza - close to subways and a lot of interesting sites. It would have been nice if the hotel had a pool because the temperatures were in the upper 30's each day, but, besides that I was very pleased with my stay and would recommend it highly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is in the heart of Tokyo's shopping area, within walking distance from Ginza dori and Harumi dori shopping streets, Kabuki Theatre and Tsukiji fish markets. The subway station underneath the hotel provides access to all attractions and sights inTokyo. The Mercure Tokyo Ginza offers a distinctive French flair and state-of-the-art technology. Due to its location close to Tokyo International Forum, the hotel is very convenient for exhibitors and business travelers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercure Ginza Tokyo
- Mercure Hotel Chuo
- Mercure Tokyo Ginza Japan