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The hotel is in the heart of Tokyos 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 travellers.
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 with anyone looking for a night out.
All reviews great location accor hotels accor member deluxe room subway station french restaurant interconnecting rooms around the corner walking distance hotel basement jr line shopping district rooms are small imperial palace an upgrade japanese standards taxi driver
A wonderful location and room a good size staff exceptional so helpful
Room was spotless and loved the free smart phone with a walking GPS
The Ginz, restaurants, and railway all within easy walking distance
If you don’t care for Japanese food there is a...More
Response from JaehoonJ60, Public Relations Manager at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded yesterday
Thank you very much for choosing Mercure Tokyo Ginza and sharing your review.
We are delighted that you enjoyed our central location and easy access to many interesting spots. We also appreciate your information around the hotel.
It was our great pleasure to...More
My partner and I stayed here for a week and thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a great base.for exploring Tokyo; it's close to train stations and ginza itself is pretty cool too.
We only ate at the restaurant for breakfast but found them to have a...More
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Response from 営業部, Quality Department at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded March 14, 2018
Dear mandarinz sama,
Thank you very much for taking your time to write on us regarding your recent stay with us.
We are always pleased to read such positive comments as you mentioned,
and especially thank you so much for your lovely comment for our...More
I like the area very much as well as the hotel. Lots of brands are in Ginza main street. Very near with many stations and the night don't sleep till midnight. Clubs and bars are opened till 2 to 4 am in the morning. The...More
Thank Aung K
Response from JaehoonJ60, Guest Relations Manager at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded yesterday
Dear Aung K,
Thank you for staying at Mercure Tokyo Ginza and sharing your review.
We are happy to hear that you loved our hotel and the service of our staff. We really appreciate your compliments.
It was a great pleasure to have you among...More
We found this hotel to be excellently located for our first visit to Tokyo. The staff was friendly and helpful. For its grading our room was comfortable and for Japan roomy. We were able to get over our jet-lag in a quiet well appointed room...More
Response from JaehoonJ60, Public Relations Manager at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you very much for your review on your recent stay at our hotel.
We are pleased to hear that you appreciated our central location and friendly staff. We appreciate your kind comments on our room . It's a great pleasure to hear...More
Not too bad, but not too great either. The location is decent, with easy walking distance to most things in Ginza, shopping, eating, etc, but the hotel is average at best. Staff were nice and helpful (they even offered us a drink after the restaurant...More
Response from JaehoonJ60, Guest Relations Manager at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for staying with us and sharing your experience on Tripadvisor.
We regret that your stay didn't go better. I apologize for the inconveniences due to our renovation effort (I assume you stay with us quite a while ago as we finished...More
Our family prefer Haneda over Narita, generally airfare is more exp via HND, both is easily access via metro / airport bus, 10-30 aud, taxy to haneda will cost around 70-80 aud, narita taxy’s 350-400 aud , happy travelling,