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Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Seiyo Ginza

  • 1–11–2 Ginza
  • $$$$

Pros

  • Convenient for public transport
  • Many shopping options nearby
  • Helpful staff

Cons

  • Not suitable for children
  • Smallish rooms

Updated 07/15/2013

Fodor's Review

The grand marble staircase, the profusion of cut flowers, the reception staff in coats and tails: all combine to create an atmosphere more like an elegant private club than a hotel. Along with this elegance, location and personalized service are the best reasons to choose the exclusive Seiyo, tucked away on a side street a few minutes from Ginza. Individually decorated rooms—of varying sizes and styles—have walk-in closets, huge shower stalls, and a direct line to

a personal secretary who takes care of your every need. The accommodations, however, are generally smaller than what you might expect considering the hefty room charges.

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Hotel Information

Address:

1–11–2 Ginza, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

Phone:

03-3535–1110

Hotel Details:

  • 51 rooms, 26 suites
  • No meals

Updated 07/15/2013

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May 9, 2005

Top Five in the World

My husband and I travel to Tokyo for business every year and wouldn't stay anywhere but the Seiyo. The rooms are serene, have every amenity, the location is perfect and the service is incredible and discreet. You won't find many tourists and few Westerners yet it is part of the Rosewood group of hotels. There is no request that is too difficult for the staff who greet you by name and with a smile anytime, day or night. Considering the level of

service, the acommodations, etc., we think the Seiyo represents a wonderful value in a city as expensive as Tokyo. Compared to London and New York, it is an undiscovered gem(thankfully).

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By Andre

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Sep 19, 2000

A little piece of paradise in downtown Tokyo

Understated elegance. Wonderful service. Lovely bathroom. A little piece of paradise in downtown Tokyo, a city that is like NYC on steroids. My third visit.

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