Hotel Monterey Ginza

1–10–18 Ginza, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

Yes, the faux-stone exterior that attempts to replicate 20th-century Europe is a bit cheesy, but the Monterey remains a bargain in the middle of Ginza. In keeping with the theme, rooms, a tad worn, are outfitted with dark-wood floors, powder-white linens, and curtains tied with tassels. Complimentary in-room Internet and heated toilet seats are some of the few contemporary touches. The Escale restaurant is French—what else?—but this European slant isn't just for the hotel guests; the in-house wedding chapel is busy on weekends and holidays.

PROS

  • multiple shopping choices in area
  • central location
  • reasonable prices considering the area

CONS

  • design lacks elegance
  • rooms are a tad small and a bit outdated
  • in-hotel dining options are limited

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 03-3544–7111

HOTEL DETAILS

224 rooms
Rate Includes: No meals

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