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We booked three nights a mini-suite for triple sharing. It is about 3 minutes walk to Ginza shopping streets.
The hotel is about fifteen minutes walk from/to Tokyo station. The nearest metro station is Ginza Itchome across the road about 2 minutes. To come back...More
Room: Room was very clean, size a bit small but I guess it is average hotel room size in Tokyo.
Location: The best part of this hotel; very near to Tokyo Metro station and walking distance to Tokyo station (approx 10 mins).
Staffs: Friendly and...More
Response from DRHGinza, RECEPTION at Daiwa Roynet Hotel GinzaResponded 10 December 2017
Thank you very much for your wonderful message.
Thank you for staying with us. We appreciate your feed back.
We are looking forward to see you again.
Location of the hotel is not actually central Ginza. In fact it is about similar distance to Kyobashi station (the next stop on the Ginza line). Room size was standard for Japan hotels but setting of the furniture did not create much space. Good selection...More
Great hotel with a tiny room! Very small as we had our 2 small kids with us and we all squeezed into 2 king single beds and barely room for our 4 suitcases!! However clean and they provided gorgeous pj’s to wear. Also great area...More
Response from 銀座 ダ, Front Desk at Daiwa Roynet Hotel GinzaResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for staying with us and taking your time to write your review of our hotel.
We are glad that you like our amenities and hotel location. We appreciate your feedback. We would like to recommend our guest to confirm the room...More
Great location that's close to public transport, food, shops, and the fish market. Hotel is modern and feels new, room very comfortable. Bathroom has toilet separate from bathtub and shower and you don't have to shower while standing in the tub! Room has air conditioning...More
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Response from DRHGinza, RECEPTION at Daiwa Roynet Hotel GinzaResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you so much your wonderful message and Thank you very much to stay with us.
We glad to read this message. When you come to next time we are going to more better room for all customers.
Again, Thank you so much your wonderful...More
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
You can email the hotel's concierge via their website. However there are many restaurants at that area that your problem will be which one to pick because all of them are good. We tend to just go to the restaurant that we... More
You can email the hotel's concierge via their website. However there are many restaurants at that area that your problem will be which one to pick because all of them are good. We tend to just go to the restaurant that we want and we just wait for a few minutes with no problem at all. The only restaurant that we waited for about 30 minutes was Sushi ZanMai at Tsukiji Fish Market which is about 10 minutes away from the hotel. It is like a commercial restaurant owned by that guy who buys expensive Tuna. It is too popular that they dont take reservations and people tend to line up. But restaurants in Japan tend to work fast, so the turnover of customers are quicker than in the US especially around this hotel since it is close to Tokyo Station and Ginza Shopping area.
If you really want to go to a special restaurant (like the one that Pres Obama went a few years ago), then you need to email that restaurant directly since they will require a lot of information from you.
Hope this helps a little.