Keio Presso Inn Higashi-Ginza is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Chuo, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Chuo, Keio Presso Inn Higashi-Ginza is located a short distance from Tsukiji Honganji Temple (0.1 mi) and Tsukiji Fish Market (0.2 mi).
Keio Presso Inn Higashi-Ginza is a charming hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
If you like cafes, Keio Presso Inn Higashi-Ginza is conveniently located near Turret Coffee, Cafe de Lambre, and Ginza West Ginza Honten.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Ginza (0.4 mi), Hama Rikyu Gardens (0.6 mi), and Tsukiji Jogaii Market (0.1 mi), which are some popular Chuo attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Chuo!
The hotel is located strategically, neighbouring with the sophisticated Ginza and the classic Tsukiji Market. I have stayed Higashi Ginza twice (previously in another nearby hotel) and found that this is one of the best areas to stay if you want to explore Tokyo by train or bus. The hotel serves decent breakfast at 6.30 am, supply you with iron and iron board on request, and I even asked for extra hangers. Don't be surprised about the size, yes the room is just big enough for me and my stuff. The room has mini refrigerator/cooler, kettle, room slippers, slippers, robe, towels and basic toiletries. What I love is they practice the environmental friendly campaign too. The receptionist, the room service, the guard, the kitchen staff are indeed very helpful and tried their best to serve you every day! If you stay here, you have Tsukiji Metro station, Higashi-Ginza station or Ginza. If you are seafood enthusiast (freshest tuna of course), staying here gives you a bonus to jump out of bed and be at the renown Sushizanmai as early as 5.30 am (I did it!). The bus stop is just in front of the hotel, with Lawson convenient stores around, Daiso, Kachidoki Bridge, Ginza, Kabuki Theater and other attractions reachable by Metro. 14 days here made me misses Tokyo so much! Thank you Keio Presso!…
As expected in Tokyo, rooms in Keio Presso Inn are compact yet have all necessary amenities in the room. The bathroom is small with a small bathtub (really small!). The major highlight for this hotel is that its location. Located in Ginza area, where you can find restaurants/cafe/convenience stores/shopping stores in the vicinity itself. There are some good Indian restaurants near Presso Inn and hence ideal for Indian travellers. Options in Breakfast are minimal. Overall decent stay.
I really enjoy the hotel and the location, 5 min walk from an importante metro and train station. the room is small but it's Tokyo yo can't expect more than that. the breakfast it's not amazing but what I did it was to go to the closest starbucks and came back for the breakfast at the hotel with a starbucks coffe, it was much better.
Stayed two nights on 5th October and 8th October 2015. The location of the hotel is nearby to the Ginza metro station and enjoyed night life of colorful ginjza area during our stay. Tsukiji Hongan-ji Temple is just 1~2 minutes walk. Complementary breakfast was very simple and not up to the mark considering non-Japanese people. Hotel staffs were courteous. Good restaurants are located nearby. Rooms were small but clean & with all amenities. Location wise nice place to stay but seems like costlier.
The location is not too bad to walk around Ginza at nigh and Tsukiji market in the morning. The breakfast is very simple (too simple) but the service is overall very good- friendly and helpful. the room was small but clean.