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Booked on Agoda, and was offered an upgrade for ten AUD a night.
Had a look at both rooms and decided to upgrade to corner, larger, more modern room.
Staff were friendly.
Room was still small, with scuffs on the walls due to this.
Stayed 4 nights in a deluxe twin room of about 30 sq m. Room was spacious, with a small living room. We could put two big luggages in the living room and still have space to walk. Bathroom was big, has plenty of toilet amenities...More
The rooms are typically Japanese, small but everything is there and that suited us fine. Plenty of toiletries, teabags and whatever else you may need and the air conditioning worked well which is essential during the warmer season. Shower was great, strong pressure and hot...More
The double rooms are small and in desperate need of a makeover. Overpriced for what you get.
Great location - 3min walk to subway. Plenty of restaurants within walking distance. We didn't have breakfast at the hotel and had no trouble finding breakfast options in...More
Ginza is a fantastic area, front clean streets to helpful Japanese. The area is best veiwed at night when the building become alive with lights. They are some great bars and restaurants, in fact so many it was have to choose at times. We stayed...More
Thank John G
Response from monginza, フロント オフィス マネージャー at Hotel Monterey Lasoeur GinzaResponded 5 February 2017
Dear Valuable Guest,
Thank you for the review of our hotel. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay.
Hope to see you again very soon.
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
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Most taxi can accomodate 4 pcs medium size suitcase or 2 large in its trunk. You can also bring along your suitcase on train, if it is medium size suitcase, and if you can avoid rush hour. Bring a suitcase onboard train is... More
Most taxi can accomodate 4 pcs medium size suitcase or 2 large in its trunk. You can also bring along your suitcase on train, if it is medium size suitcase, and if you can avoid rush hour. Bring a suitcase onboard train is troublesome during rush hour.
For intercity luggage tranfer, you can use nation wide door to door delivery service called Takuhaibin (operated by Yamato Transport), drop point at most hotel or convenienve store. Ask the hotel staff.