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Reviewed 27 June 2012

We stayed here for 7 nights in May and found it to be super convenient and very comfortable. As you walk in, the lobby upstairs is gorgeous, the view at night is so lovely to come back to each day. The reception staff were v helpful, making lunch and dinner reservations at various restaurants, at our requests. We were up on the 21st floor, in a Superior Rm and found it to be spacious enough, considering it's Tokyo. Funny enough, after our Hakone Trip, we were back at Mitsui for one more nite, and the Superior Rm they put us in on the 19th floor was noticeably smaller. So try asking for the 21st floor if you can.

The DON KI store right across the hotel has EVERYTHING you could possibly need and opened 24hrs. We bought a charger, and even found a small bottle of champagne to enjoy in the hotel rm. Super convenient. Same goes for all the train stations around the area - we were literally taking a different route home each night as part of our adventure.

Do suggest you walk towards Shinbashi station for lots of cheap ramen spots, else hard to find food options in the morning unless ur eating the hotel bfast. Other recommendations include Midori Zushi in Ginza (walkable distance) and affordable sushi for dinner. And for fine dining, we tried Restaurant Yonemura for our wedding anniversary celebration and the cuisine was quite divine (and hefty too). Way too many other great restaurants within walking distance to list here. Plus the Fish Markets are so close, we went twice.

Felt this hotel was good value for what you get, especially in Tokyo. Nice design elements, excellent bath/shower amenities, love the high tech toilet, great location & friendly service.

Room Tip: Ask for 21st floor for bigger Superior Rooms.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank chezong
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Reviewed 7 June 2012

Overall, staying at this hotel was a good experience. Some of the rooms facing the highway are a tad noisy. I was checked into one of these, but when I complained, the staff took me to another one, which was fine.

The LAN internet is extremely slow, which was my only major complaint.

Stayed: May 2012, travelled solo
Thank Cool M
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Reviewed 30 May 2012

If you want to feel like a rock star in Tokyo, stay here, if only for a night or two to check out the views. The standard rooms are small but well designed, clean and slick and by comparison the bath and bathroom are sexy and stately. A good idea is to stock up on cheap Moet at the mind blowing supermarket over the road to fully enjoy the experience.The bar is kind of corporate and kooky but fun to hang out at for a few. We tried the restaurant which was gorgeous and extravagant, if a little awkward and formal. This was only my second fine dining experience in Japan, so perhaps that's just the way it's done. The hotel must have let staff know we were on our honeymoon and they went to the trouble of preparing a 'Happy Wedding" desert complete with candles after our meal and we were so touched. They took our photos and presented the prints as we were leaving. That was pretty super cool, incredibly sweet and made our stay very special. I'm a fan of a buffet breakfast (who isn't?!) and this was also a highlight when we woke up the next day with rock star sized hangovers. Great location for checking out the fancy part of town but if you're like us and not really into labels, it's best to go off grid and seek out local designers and vintage. At any rate the hotel was a blast, the staff are lovely, the rooms have killer views and a has a huge lobby that is cool to lounge out in if you've got sore feet and some time to kill. Lock and Loll!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank kirbykirbs
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Reviewed 18 May 2012

During the last week of April, my wife and I stayed at the Mitsui Carden Hotel Ginza Premier for one night in the superior double room.

We all know Japan’s reputation for small hotel rooms, but this double on the 19th floor was adequately sized. We had no difficulty moving around the room (granted my wife and I aren’t big). The room was good and clean. The bed was comfortable and the shower had good water pressure. The room also had a Bose sound system.

Service was very good. The hotel staff were all friendly and accommodating.

Amenity-wise, the hotel was good. Wired LAN and wifi internet is available in the room for free.

Another benefit of this hotel is its location. It’s located in Tokyos’s famous Ginza area. The upscale department stores and shops are about a ten minute walk away. Ginza station is also about 10 minutes away.

If you are spending most of your time exploring Tokyo and just need a simple area to sleep, then this hotel will more than fulfill your needs. The rate is not inexpensive but you get what you pay for: quality and luxury

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Howie C
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Reviewed 17 May 2012

This hotel is a gem. It is well located and has easy access to the pedestrian district located around Ginza which has many restaurants and eating outlets. The views from the Hotel are wonderful and on my arrival at 8:30pm, I almost had a feeling that I had arrived at a "Lost in Translation" Hotel. The service was excellent and whilst the rooms are small, the space is extremely well used. This is combined with great technical aspects (light change window between shower and bedroom), free wired internet and a great buffet breakfast. Access to Narita Airport is easy via limousine bus which will pick up and drop off to the Mitsui Gardens Hotel.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled solo
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2  Thank KKSurrey
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