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All reviews accor hotels accor member great location subway station deluxe room interconnecting rooms french restaurant around the corner walking distance shopping district direct access an upgrade imperial palace japanese standards rooms are small haneda airport side street
We were upgraded to a Privilege room with free soft drinks and snacks everyday plus a free 4G mobile to take out of the hotel for maps etc. Saved us a fortune on using our own mobiles and renting a SIM. A good stay.
A Great Hotel staff are excellent and very Helpfull, food is really good and the Hotel is in a good location there are two Metro stations within a 10min walk that can get you anywhere in Tokyo, rooms are large and well appointedMore
Thank Paul P
Response from JaehoonJ60, Guest Relations Manager at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded 4 weeks ago
Dear Paul P,
Thank you very much for choosing Mercure Tokyo Ginza. We are delighted to learn that you enjoyed your stay with us.
We really appreciate your compliments on our staff, food and rooms and information for the transportation around.
Thank you again for...More
This hotel is situated near the heart of Ginza near a subway station. So location is very good. Staff are friendly and efficient. The room we stayed in was quite spacious by Tokyo standard. However, there is no security to speak of. Anyone can come...More
Thank Chin Kiat C
Response from JaehoonJ60, Guest Relations Manager at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded 5 days ago
Dear Chin Kiat C,
Thank you for choosing Mercure Tokyo Ginza and sharing your experience at our hotel.
We are happy to hear that you enjoyed our central location and friendly staff. We really appreciate it.
We are sorry that you felt the security measures...More
I stayed here for my business trip from Monday to Friday. I’m a platinum member and consider that this is the by far the worst AccorHotels.
1) Check In was way too long. I booked my 5 days trip on the app. The receptionist had...More
1 Thank Travellingwatch
Response from JaehoonJ60, Public Relations Manager at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for staying with us and sharing your experience.
We are truly sorry that your experience was very unsatisfying. Those were avoidable mistakes and I am sincerely sorry for that.
I have shared your comments with our team so we can improve...More
This wasn’t value for money as we paid close to $300 a night. There was construction going on which was quite disruptive with a tiny reception area and minimal food options. Room service only had breakfast. It was so inconvenient to get to the reception...More
2 Thank adfredericks
Response from JaehoonJ60, Guest Relations Manager at Mercure Tokyo GinzaResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you very much for staying at Mercure Tokyo Ginza and sharing your experience.
I apologize for the inconveniences due to the renovation work. We are obliged to do this work to better welcome our guests in the long run. I regret that...More
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 …Moreprovides 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. Less
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US$183 - US$349 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
Mercure Ginza Tokyo
Mercure Hotel Chuo
Japan > Kanto > Tokyo Prefecture > Tokyo > Chuo > Ginza > Ginza, Tokyo Nihonbashi
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Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
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
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,