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The blue roof of the hotel’s first floor café and restaurant is a landmark

A concept hotel incorporating the tastes of well-known creative professionals

The Ginza Grand Hotel sits on a corner of the tree-lined avenue running from Shinbashi station to Tokyo’s Ginza district and it was opened in May 2014. An atmosphere of refined elegance stretches from the entrance to the lobby to hotel guest rooms. Designed by renowned interior designer Shigeru Uchida, the hotel offers a space infused throughout with artistic sensitivity.

Guest rooms both relaxing and functional

Photo of twin guest room of approximately 18㎡

The hotel has 256 guest rooms, and room types include a variety of singles, doubles, and twins. Guest rooms have a chic, modern interior layout and feel completely like a luxury hotel. In addition to standard guest rooms, the hotel offers rooms catering to particular preferences including “Audrey Rooms” for women only, which have flattering lighting and an abundance of amenities, and “Urban Rooms” built on the concept of a personal study, with large desks and comfortable chairs.

High-grade guests rooms also offered

In addition to standard guest rooms, high-grade guest rooms such as superior twins, deluxe twins, premium twins, and suite rooms are also popular. Of these room types, premium twin rooms can accommodate up to four guests and are a convenient choice for families traveling together or other group sightseeing. These rooms have comfortable sofas and tables that allow all members of the group to relax in an expansive and comfortable space.

Photo of a Premium guest room of approximately 40㎡

A ‘Tokyo French’ restaurant designed by a master chef

With open-air terrace seating

At the hotel’s Northern Terrace Diner restaurant, guests can enjoy ‘Tokyo French’ casual dining matched to contemporary tastes at a restaurant designed and managed by Takahiko Ozawa, the owner/chef of OZAWA restaurant in Tokyo’s Shirogane neighborhood. The restaurant occupies two floors: an open-style terrace cafe and bar lounge on the first floor, as well as a casual dining space on the basement floor. The restaurant serves a rich menu of dishes using fresh seasonal ingredients and organic vegetables sourced directly from local producers. Guests can enjoy Japanese and Western style buffet breakfast here, and the restaurant has an English menu.


Unique object’s art in the hotel garden

Special Features

The hotel’s reception floor has an interior garden designed by Japanese landscape designer Kouhei Nobuhara. Changing with the four seasons, the garden is a space that allows guests to feel seasonal nature every time they visit. All around the entrance floor and reception desk area guests can enjoy viewing works of art by Shigeru Uchida including “Dancing Water,” a work of art that incorporates water and light.

Money and Payments: The hotel accepts foreign-issued credit cards, and there is a bank nearby that accepts foreign ATM cards. The hotel reception desk can exchange foreign currency for guests, and there is also currency exchange at the nearby bank.

Internet: The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and LAN internet.

Security: Guests may leave valuables at the front desk for safekeeping.

Laundry: The hotel offers laundry service.

Language: Hotel staff speak English.

Non-smoking rooms: The hotel lobby is non-smoking and non-smoking rooms are available.

Hotel information

Ginza Grand Hotel

Address:8-6-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku Postal code:104-0061

Access:A one-minute walk from Exit 3 of Shinbashi station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza line. There are elevators and escalators at the station.

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