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Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza, Tokyo

3 stars3 stars
4-9-2 Ginza, Chuo-kuTokyoTokyo-to104-0061Japan, 800-491-6126
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Excellent4.5 / 5
Room
Great room
Location
Great location
Vibe
Awesome vibe
Cleanliness
Clean
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Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza, Tokyo

Hotel Info: 866-539-8117

from $102
  • Single Room, Smoking Late Check-in 21:00 + Early Check- out 09:00
  • Double (Domestic) Smoking
  • Single Room, Smoking
  • Double (Domestic) Non-smoking
  • Single Room, Non Smoking
  • Double Room, Smoking Late Check-in 21:00 + Early Check- out 09:00
  • Single Room, Non Smoking Late Check-in 21:00 + Early Check- out 09:00
  • Premium Twin Room, Non Smoking (Domestic)
  • Twin (Domestic) Non-smoking
  • Twin (Domestic) Smoking
  • Double Room, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking
  • Double Room, Smoking
  • Double Room, Non Smoking Late Check-in 21:00 + Early Check- out 09:00
  • Twin Room, Smoking
  • Single Room, Smoking (2 Adults, Domestic)
  • Twin Room, Non Smoking Late Check-in 21:00 + Early Check- out 09:00
  • Twin Room, Non Smoking
  • Premium Twin Room, Smoking (Domestic)
  • Single Room, Non Smoking (2 Adult, Domestic)
  • Twin Room, Smoking Late Check-in 21:00 + Early Check- out 09:00

At a glance

Key facts

Hotel size

  • This hotel has 209 rooms
  • This hotel is arranged over 13 floors

Arriving/leaving

  • Check-in time 3 PM-5 AM
  • Check-out time is 11 AM

Required at check in

  • Cash deposit required

  • Government-issued photo ID required

  • Minimum check-in age is 20

Travelling with others

Children

  • No cribs (infant beds)

Pets

  • Pets not allowed (service animals welcome)

Internet

  • Free WiFi in public areas

  • Free WiFi and wired Internet access in rooms

Also known as

  • Ginza Solaria
  • Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza
  • Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza Tokyo, Japan
  • Hotel Solaria Ginza
  • Hotel Solaria Nishitetsu Ginza
  • Solaria Ginza
  • Solaria Ginza Hotel
  • Solaria Hotel Ginza
  • Solaria Nishitetsu
  • Solaria Nishitetsu Ginza
  • Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel

Policies

The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.

Parking height restrictions apply.

Optional extras

Buffet breakfast is offered for an extra charge of JPY 2100 per person (approximately)

In the hotel

Food and drink
  • Buffet breakfast daily (surcharge)
  • Restaurant
Services
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service
  • Free newspapers in lobby
Facilities
  • Number of buildings/towers - 1
Accessibility
  • Accessible bathroom

In the room

Home comforts
  • In-room climate control (air conditioning)
  • Slippers
  • Iron/ironing board (on request)
Sleep well
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
Things to enjoy
  • In-room massage available
Freshen up
  • Private bathroom
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
Be entertained
  • LCD TV
  • Pay movies
Stay connected
  • Desk
  • Free newspaper
  • Free WiFi
  • Phone
Food and drink
  • Refrigerator
  • Free bottled water
More
  • In-room safe

Special features

Dining

Furutoshi - This restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza, Tokyo’s small print

Also known as

  • Ginza Solaria
  • Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza
  • Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza Tokyo, Japan
  • Hotel Solaria Ginza
  • Hotel Solaria Nishitetsu Ginza
  • Solaria Ginza
  • Solaria Ginza Hotel
  • Solaria Hotel Ginza
  • Solaria Nishitetsu
  • Solaria Nishitetsu Ginza
  • Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel

Policies

The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.

Parking height restrictions apply.

Optional extras

Buffet breakfast is offered for an extra charge of JPY 2100 per person (approximately)

We have included all charges provided to us by this hotel. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.

Recent reviews

Excellent 4.5 /5 from 240 reviews

Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza, Tokyo
Excellent4.0 / 5
Good location to subways. Close to shopping and Tsukiji Fish Market.
4 night romance trip
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza, Tokyo
Outstanding5.0 / 5
Great hospitality.
In the U.S.A., one would need to spend five times for similar accommodation. Even with that U.S. hotels cannot match the level of hospitality.
2 night romance trip
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza, Tokyo
Outstanding5.0 / 5
Nice quiet hotel with good service and good breakfast. Great central location, yet on a quiet side street.
2 night trip with friends
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza, Tokyo
Outstanding5.0 / 5
Walkable and Good Access
Good location on/off metro and many places to shop/eat/walk.
3 night trip with friends
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza, Tokyo
Outstanding5.0 / 5
Excellent hotel/location; Front Desk needs work
Everything about the hotel is perfect for a single traveller (rooms are small, but not a problem for one person) and the location is superb! My only minor complaint is that the very polite, well-intentioned front desk staff was a always chore to deal with for two reasons: 1) their English skills were VERY limited, and I say this not as some "dumb American" expecting everyone else to speak English -- I have studied and speak three foreign languages fluently myself, but not Japanese -- but as someone expecting that any hotel in the cosmopolitan, business-central Ginza District would be aware that a vast majority of guests from around the world would ONLY have English as a common communication means between others in Japan...and 2) they were unaware of and ill-equipped to answer what I saw as some of the most common, basic tourist questions (i.e. how subway fares are purchased, where to catch a hop-on-hop-off tour bus, where the closest conveyor belt sushi restaurant is, how to get to a major performing arts center, or how to buy tickets for the Tokyo Sky Tree attraction). Almost every question I posed was greeted first by a blank stare and then 10-15 minutes of 2-3 desk staff people scurrying around doing research on the Internet and printing out useless pages of outdated information. At one point, they even suggested I ask my questions to the neighborhood 7-Eleven!? This, as I told the hotel manager, is unacceptable in a hotel at the center of a major business district.
5 night business trip

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