Great value, clean, friendly. Could have been closer to downtown but taking underground was easy and convenient.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Beautiful views from high floor room"
Beautiful view, comfortable, high floor, very expensive breakfast though. Great location, close to Tsukiji market and subway.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Overall, it's good. about 7 minutes walk to the nearest subway stationGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great location at excellent value"
Large rooms, fabulous view, close to trains and walking to Tsujiki is <10 min. Rooms a bit dated, but doesn't matter too muchGenuine Expedia guest review
"Nice stay overall"
We had a nice stay overall at Ginza Creston. Advantages: The hotel is located in Ginza which is the most expensive district to live in Japan. Our room has an amazing view of the ocean with Rainbow bridge, other bridges and also the view of Odaiba. Odaiba is right across the bridge and it's 10 minutes away by walking. There is so much to do in Odaiba […] such as department stores, huge arcade, one of the of best onsen, indoor amusement park, water activities.... We spent 2 whole days there in our 6 days stay in Tokyo (Unfortunately, we didn't have enough time to explore Ginza). Tsukiji fish market (which is one of the top Tokyo attraction) is 5-10 minutes away by walking. Hotel staffs are very polite and helpful, they were able to answer all of our questions. The maids keep the room really nice and clean. Disadvantages: The room is a little outdated, while it's acceptable, a little update would be nice. The massage chair in our room doesn't function properly, so we didn't really use it. It's a 10-15 minutes from train station. Overall, it's good value for your money. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Best place in Tokio"
Great area , excellent staff , nice view. One of the best breakfast in Ginza area.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Extremely convenient for the fish market"
The late check out is ideal for jet-lagged travellers who need to sleep after an early visit to the fish market.Genuine Expedia guest review
This hotel is conveniently located for sight seeing and is very close to the subway. The hotel staff were very professional, helpful and nice, and the room was very clean and very comfortable. Despite being in a central location, the area is actually quiet and the view in the room of some of Tokyo's famous landmarks and water was gorgeous, especially […] at night. The hotel has dinning for breakfast, lunch and dinner, although there is no room service. However, being centrally located, and adjacent to a small mall means there are restaurants in the area. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Locaion is very good to go almost everywhere"
Had very pleasant experience on cleaniness, staff and comfort but one problem which was some spots in the building difficult to receive cell phone connection.Genuine Expedia guest review
Overall we had a great stay, everyone tried to be very helpful although most of the employees didn't have a good command of the english language. Room was neat, clean and comfortable albeit a little small. As far a location, its not quite Ginza, not many restaurants close by but only 10-15 walk to many as wall as 3 subway stops. I would stay there […] again. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Comfortable room with a great view."
Only stayed one night, but it was enjoyable. Friendly and helpful staff. The room had two windows with river/city views, a comfortable bed, and was well-appointed (though some of the fixtures are a bit dated). The location is a bit quiet, but within an easy walk of the Tsukiji market, metro station, and Tsukiji Hongan-ji.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Large rooms for Tokyo and a great view. Although it's in Ginza, it's a bit far from some of the other popular neighborhoods of Tokyo (Shinjuku and Shibuya). However, it's close to Tsukiji and has a lot of great sushi nearby. There are also plenty of subway lines within walk. The staff here is very helpful. The only thing that I didn't really like was […] the old school key for the room. I prefer cards that I can pop in my wallet. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
I was looking for a reasonably priced hotel near that would not couple the usually small rooms of an average Tokyo hotel with a view on a narrow street or air shaft that would only enhance the sense of claustrophobia. I succeeded. The rooms here start on the 31st floor, have expansive views over (depending on which side of the building your room is […] on) the Sumida River, Tokyo Bay, or central Tokyo, and many of them are corner rooms, thus providing windows on two of the four walls in the room. The rooms are only slightly larger than comparable "business hotels" in Tokyo, but the windows, views and extra light make them feel much larger. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Great for Our Purpose"
The Ginza Creston was everything it was billed to be. It was clean, neat, up-to-date, centrally located, and comfortable. Directions on the website to the hotel were great. Come out of Tsukiji Station taking Exit 3, and you emerge at the Denny's (opens at 7). Facing the Denny's, turn right, go to the corner, turn left and walk right down until the street […] ends. Right across the street is the Ginza Creston. The nice thing is that along this street are a 7-11, two coffee shops, and a small restaurant or two, so you can grab stuff, plus the Denny's on the corner serves a nice dinner :-) We were in Tokyo for the sole purpose of going to Tokyo Disney, and didn't want to pay the Disney hotel prices, so the Creston was perfectly located. On station up on the subway to Hatchobori station, transfer onto the JRKeiyo line to Maihama (Tokyo Disney Station) and you are there. Total time between 5 to 10 minutes depending. It was also great for getting to Ueno Station for the park during Sakura, as well as to the Hard Rock Cafe located right at the station to meet friends! We would definitely stay here again. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Close to One of the Top International Hospitals"
The staff was friendly and professional. I took taxi's to go to the Ginza which took about 5-10 minutes.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Very Good to Excellent"
I would have rated this excellent across the board except the room carpet showed signs of its age. Other than that, everything was excellent. Staff, facilities, view, and cleanliness were all excellent and well worth the price. It's close to the Ginza shopping district, a subway entrance, and about a mile from the Tokyo train station.Genuine Expedia guest review
Ginza Creston was an amazing hotel stay. The room and bed were very comfortable as was the bathroom... made for a very nice shower. The hotel staff was as helpful as they could be. They gave me a local map, subway map and exhanged money for me. Their English was limited, as I found just about everyone in Tokyo has pretty limited English. Didn't eat […] at the restaraunt, it was too expensive but there were lots of good eats near the hotel. The massage chair was great after a day of exploring. The views were amazing. Room was cleaned daily. Absolutely no problems at all. Excellent! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"An exceptional view part of Tokyo!"
Although the room was small, as expected in Tokyo since real estates are so precious, my room featured exceptional view of Tsujiki Market and part of Tokyo. The room was neat and clean, can't complain about that. It would be nice the staff just speak a little more English, that might improve the flow of traffic from foreigners.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Nice clean hotel close to the Bay"
Beautiful view of bay and city lights. The hotel lobby left a lot to be desired, very boring atmosphere with nothing to do but go to your room. There is actually no bar with a view of the city lights, there is four seat lounge area in the restaurant with a makeshift bar setup. No cable to get CNN only local stations all in Japanese. The hotel is located […] within walking distance of the Fish Market, but any other sights such as Time Square or Tokyo Tower etc. you will have to take subway or taxi. If you book a tour you will not be picked up from the Ginza Creston Hotel, you most likely will be picked up from Keio Plaza Hotel which is in the Time Square area for which you will have to take the subway by Denny’s, then transfer to another subway or take a taxi, the ride is approximately $75. round trip. If I had to do it again I would have stayed at a hotel in the Time Square area, where all the action is. The Keio Plaza Hotel is very beautiful with lots of restaurants and shops, but might be a little more expensive than the Ginza Creston. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
The view over the riverside was fabulous. The surroundings were you walk were more dull, but felt safe. Convenient distance to the fishmarket and the subway (two stations). You could even walk to the shopping district of Ginza and back again. You could expect a better knowledge in English in such a hotel (even if you could have a conversation). The […] food at the restaurent was delicious. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Nice view and fairly close to subway"
We enjoyed our stay. The room was not very big but quite comfortable, and had a nice view of the Sumida River and Tokyo Bay area. All hotel rooms are above the 32nd floor. The staff were helpful and efficient. Internet access was rather limited and perhaps oversubscribed. TV only had local (no international) channels. Nearest subway was about 200 yards […] from the hotel on the Hibiya line - Tsukiji station - 2 short stops away from Ginza. Cab ride from Tokyo station was about 15 minutes. Runners will enjoy the nearby riverside trail. We walked from the hotel less than a mile to the Tsukiji fish market area and enjoyed excellent, fairly inexpensive sushi at one of the Tsukiji area restaurants. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Not what I expected"
The room pictured as a double room, is not a double. Their double room is just a king sized bed,and they don't have non smoking rooms with two beds. Which they call a triple! It is also not as close to the station as purported, and not convenient at all. Finally, the staff was not helpful in the least.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Hotel with excellent views of the river!"
This was a lovely high end hotel in Ginza, although a little out of the way - about 10 minutes by subway and a 5 minute walk from Tokyo train station. Gorgeous views as the hotel occupies 32nd to 38th floor of the building. Massage chair was lovely at the end of the day. Spacious room and staff were great!Genuine Expedia guest review
Both the staff and facilities were great. Not all of the staff spoke fluent English but they would always get someone who could if there was a communication problem; it is Japan after all, don't expect everyone to speak your language. The hotel is not right next to public transportation but if you try take a different path to and from the subway then […] each walk is its own little adventure. Gorgeous views from the rooms, plenty of convenience shops and some great restaurants on site. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
The staff was courteous and very helpful. Their knowledge of English was good and beneficial. The location is good and the views are spectacular. The room, however, was a disappointment. The furnishings were dated and worn and the carpet was disgusting. I understand that they are undergoing a "rebranding" and perhaps our room had not yet been remod […] eled. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Great views, clean rooms, good staff. The staff was friendly and helpful. Loaner umbrellas available. Is very close to Tsukiji Market and Ginza. Convenience stores in building. Very happy with my stay.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"GREAT MASSAGE CHAIR!"
Okay, I loved my stay at this hotel which was centrally located in Tokyo. Sure, the furniture was a bit outdated, but the room was clean and I thoroughly enjoyed the massage chair in the room. It was a good deal for the location and it was pretty close to the subway station, just a 5-minute walk. The view from my room was great as well. I will definitely […] go back on my next Tokyo visit! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
Just Great!!!!!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Wifi is very poor in Japan and I read about that. Know thatGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Ginza's hidden gem"
This hotel is conveniently located about 3-4 blocks away from the Tsukiji metro station, near several 7Eleven's (including one at the hotel along with a McDonalds) and only 1 metro station away from the ritzy Ginza district of Tokyo. My room was located on the 34th floor of 38 floors and had full view of Tokyo Bay and the Tokyo Tower. The bed and pillows […] were super-soft and comfortable; perfect for a good night's sleep coming from Vietnam before returning home to Miami. I call this hotel a gem for the proximity to the bay and unbeatable views for the price, room comfort, metro stations and front desk personnel. Also adjacent to the hotel is the world famous Tsukiji Market and the many eateries within the market as well as enroute to the hotel. However, I must mention two minor areas that need improvement and hopefully the hotel management will take notice and do all possible to correct... #1 Lacks English TV channels (I am aware I am in Japan and thus the television will be Japanese but this hotel lends itself to business travelers so the variety of TV channels should be present) #2 English translations (The room had a massage chair but the controls were written in Japanese. Also, there was an in-room massage menu written in Japanese as well) These I minor items but it would be a great plus should there be at least one or two English channels; even if it is CNN. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Very friendly staff, very helpful, beautiful rooms, and a great view. Just a stone's throw away from the Tsukiji fish market, which is walkable. Nearest metro station is about a 7 minute walk. Overall, I'm very satisfied with this hotel, especially for the price.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"In need of an update and dissapointing"
I was somewhat disappointed with the Ginza Creston. It is a nice enough hotel but it is definitely in need of some updating. The view of the river from our room was nice however. It was definitely out of the way in terms of being around the nightlife and dining areas. If I had it to do over again I would have stayed somewhere in Shibuya or Shinjinku. […] Subways only run until about midnight so once back in the area there wasn't much to do. Although if you do stay there, there is a great dumpling place across the street from the Denny's (I have no idea what the name is but there is a dumpling above the door). The guys there are very friendly, the good is good and I recommend trying the makgeolli with peach and soda (it is a rice wine). Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great hotel away from the crowds"
Hotel occupies the 32-38 floors of the St. Luke's Tower on the Sumida River. Staff was friendly and helpful, although concierge services were limited because of the their ability to speak english. Rooms were large with stunning views of Tokyo/Tokyo Bay (depending on room location). Twin beds are actually "doubles" in the US, so a little wider. Firm, […] comfortable and very clean. Useful if sharing a bed with or between small children. Bathroom also very clean with a nice tub and water that gets really hot. Your own Japanese bath! Standard amenities; no english language TV channels (but who's there to watch TV?); free, high speed ethernet access in the room, but no wireless. I took an Apple Airport Express and set up my own wireless network. Need to renew hotel usage terms every 24 hours, but it worked like a charm. 7/11, McDonald's, Subway, a coffee house and a few restaurants (katsu, chinese, sushi) in adjacent tower lobby. Hotel restaurants also, but we chose to eat out. Not much in surrounding area so venture out into the surrounding Tsukiji or Ginza neighborhoods, which are within walking distance (15-25 minutes) or a stop or two away on the subway. Also, there is a cabstand next to the hotel that always had a waiting taxi. Quick 15 minute access to the TCAT and the airport limousine. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Close to Fish market and Ginza shopping"
We were very satisfied with the hotel. The staff went out of their way to assist us at all times. The hotel was conveniently located just a short walk from the Tsukiji Fish market, an being a sushi lover, you couldnt get fresher food. Cab drivers had a tough time understanding us, so finding the hotel was hard at times. We don't speak the language though. […] Even showing cabbies the actual name and address in writing seemed confusing unless it was in their native characters. Great Hotel for the price! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Great trip-great hotel, incrdible viewsGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Hotel New Hankyu Tsukiji-Great city views"
My wife and I found the New Hankyu Tsukiji to be a very comfortable hotel. It is located in the Tsukiji neighborhood only about a 10min. walk to the famous fish market and the subway. Our room, 3717, was a corner room on the 37th floor and had wonderful views of the city and the market. Unfortunately it was overcast/rainy/cloudy the 3 days in early […] March we were there otherwise the views would have been spectacular. At about 300 sq. ft. the room was a little tight but still large by Tokyo standards. The wi-fi was free with a cable provided in the desk drawer. The massage chair was a bit thin in the cushioning department but it could work some kinks out if you gave it a chance. No instructions in English for the chair so trial and error is the way to go. The Japanese fancy toilet is an experience all it's own, just follow the little pictures and enjoy. The tea service was refreshed every day and new robes were laid out. We cleared out all of the stuff provided in the fridge and bought our own at the 7-11 on the ground floor,(milk for the tea, some donuts to have with etc.). There's a McDonalds there too if you must. We did not eat at any of the restaurants in the hotel as we found dining options elsewhere. The staff spoke English were very helpful with directions, calling a cab for our departure and laundry service, ( a little pricey but oh soo convenient, they deliver the cleaned laundry to your room.). The only thing I would say to watch out for is the step up into the bathroom. Our room had a 2" step to get into the bathroom and if you forgot it was there, as I did only once, WOW such a stub you could give to your toes! Not to mention the possibility of flying headlong into that fancy Japanese toilet. That one caveat aside I would easily recommend this hotel especially if you are going to do the fish market. Tip: Get to the market BY 5 AM, we got there at 5:15 and were too late for the tour. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Breathtaking view from the rooms. Massage chair in every room. Clean, functional, a bit tired but well maintained. A bit away from most tourist attractions except the Tsukiji market, 10 min walk from nearest subway station. I'm happy with this hotel.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"A pleasant stay at a good rate."
Located near the river in a lovely setting. (not located in Ginza) 5 minutes walk to the subway and fish market. The veiw from the room was excellent and the room was comfortable and large. Great value for money with helpful reception and restauant staff. Lovely hotel if you like to stay in a quiet area of Tokyo.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Nice hotel with breathtaking views"
Breathtaking views of the Sumida river and the tokyo skyline. Really enjoyed our stay.. Room was comfortable it also came with a massage chair in which I used everyday for my 10 day stay there. Close to fish markets but we didn't end up going there. Decent walk (5-10mins) to the subway. However not much to eat in the area.. Hotel food was expensive, […] we dined there one night costing the two of us over 200AUD.. And the food was just regular hot pot which they called Shabu-Shabu. No coin laundry in the hotel building, but there is one 5 min walk away. Staff spoke sufficient English. (The girls I thought knew more English). The hotel also helped us out and let us borrow a japanese wall plug so we could use our devices. Free wifi is always good. Loved this hotel. i just wished it had a swimming pool or gym amenities. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Nice hotel experience - great views!"
Staff were always very friendly, even though they spoke only little English. The twin room was very spacious and comfortable, with toiletries provided. The massage chair was a nice touch after a long day of walking! Location is right near the fish markets and waking distance to 2 different subway lines. Make sure you have your walking legs, as the nearest […] subway is about 750m away. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Beautiful view on Tokyo bay"
a very nice hotel with big rooms in a quiet suburb, when you are tired of Tokyo busy life and shopping this is really what you need to take a break. Beautiful view on Tokyo bay with bridges and high buildings will take your brief away especially at night. Did not try breakfast but there are plenty of cafes on the ground floor and 5 minutes away. Close […] to few subway stations, just 7-10 minutes walk. Very recommended. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Good hotel for the price"
Not as convenient as I would have liked. 30minutes walk to Ginza and metro 10minutes walk away. The room was large for Japan and had a wonderful view from the 38th floor. The staff spoke quite good English and were very helpfulGenuine Expedia guest review
"Reccomended for the noise free neighborhood."
Excellent Hotel if you are looking to be in a quiet location. The hotel view is spectacular, but you need about 10 minutes walk from the nearest tube station. The hotel condition and cleanliness is excellent and the room in good state. Very helpful staff and with a good understanding of EnglishGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Hotel with a great view of Tokyo"
Located close to Tsukiji Fish Market, this hotel in Ginza is around 30mins walk from Tokyo Rail station and 5mins from Tsukiji Metro. Taking the lift up from the reception on the ground floor to the rooms up on floors 32-39. The decor is a little dated, especially in the rooms but the bed was comfortable and the room did come with a massage chair. […] The room was on the small side but the view of Tokyo was fantastic. Another plus was free wifi although they did need to reset the router to get this to work for me. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
Fantastic relaxing and enjoyableGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Excellent hotel- amazing views and huge room!"
Great location close to fish market and upmarket Ginza. Subway 5 min walk away. Amazing city views from hotel room- room has great facilities and is huge in size compared to other Tokyo hotels! 2 double beds and a massage chair and room to walk around which is rare in Tokyo! HIGHLY recommended - a must if staying in Tokyo. You won't find a room lie […] this within this budget in other hotels - a quieter part of town but as so close to metro it's not a problem. Lovely neighbourhood too! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Good location and nice hotel"
It's really a nice, classical hotel. Clean, tidy and quiet.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Great view and service"
The hotel is 7-8 minutes to Tsukiji and Shintomicho subway station and walking distance to the fish market. It is in a quite location and the rooms have comfortable beds and fantastic views. Despite the fact that the room furniture/design is dated, the hotel makes up for it with the service. The Staff are very friendly, polite and trying their best […] to accommodate all requests. In addition, the rate was exceptionally good when we booked long in advance. The massage chair in the room was an extra bonus. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Good-value, quiet hotel near Tsukiji fish market"
Stayed 4 nights in Oct. Highly recommend if you want to be 5 minutes walk from Tsukiji fish market & outer market. Also next to Sumida river and pleasant riverside promenade where the water bus to Asakusa stops. But despite hotel's name, Ginza is 20+ minutes walk away. Nearest subway station Tsukiji (Hibiya line) about 5 mins walk. Location is quite […] green and tranquil as hotel's next to the huge St Luke's Hospital complex, in a non-touristy, tree-lined area with small local shops, eateries, kids playground. The hotel is in one of the 2 office towers called St Luke's Garden. There's a 7-11, pharmacy, McDonald's, cafes and restaurants in the building, and taxi rank right outside. We had a double room on 35th floor - spacious for the price, with fab city view. We could've done without the massage chair but it was a fun bonus. Nice long bathtub. Small fridge to store the pickles & stuff you'll buy from the Tsukiji outer market. All the usual Japan hotel amenities provided, even nightshirts. Only cheesy note was the 250 yen charged for in-room drip coffee (teabags and bottled water provided free though). No safe-deposit box but we just locked valuables in our suitcase. Wifi relatively fast. Front desk staff's spoken English was very basic but they tried hard to help. No need to opt for the hotel's costly breakfast - there are cheap noodle joints and cafes nearby and of course the super-fresh sushi & sashimi at Tsukiji market's many eateries that are open from 5am! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
A beautiful hotel with massage chairs! What a bonus :) good value as well. The location was good for us, nice and close to Ginza and central tokyo. Thanks!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
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