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Ginza Hotel & Travel Guide

Those travelers dreaming about visiting Japan's national capital, Tokyo, will discover a wide range of neighborhoods, such as Ginza, which is situated 0.4 miles (0.6 kilometers) from the city center.

If you are researching a vacation in Tokyo, you should know there are an excellent range of iconic visitor attractions, including the Tokyo Tower, Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Imperial Palace.

Ginza is a well-regarded spot to hang about as it gives visitors easy access must-see Tokyo tourist spots, including the Tsukiji Fish Market and National Diet Building.

In and around Ginza you will find the highly popular attraction that is the Kabuki-za Theatre, as well as large assortment of hotels in which to sit back and relax at the end of the day, such as the The Tokyo Station Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Ginza, Royal Park Hotel, Daiichi Hotel Tokyo and Hotel Okura Tokyo.

If you and your travel companions are on your way to Ginza, the InterContinental ANA Tokyo and Hotel New Otani Tokyo, The Main are all within the same neighborhood as the Imperial Palace Garden. Additionally, the APA Hotel Ginza-Takaracho and HOTEL MYSTAYS PREMIER Hamamatsucho are close to the Mitsukoshi, if this is more convenient.

Ginza is known to have an extensive selection of places to stay, including a choice of well-priced budget choices like the Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza and Mercure Hotel Ginza Tokyo.

Are you and your family planning to visit Tokyo? If you can't find the perfect accommodations in Ginza, look into booking a room in one of the nearby areas, Shiba and Shinjuku.

Travelocity's comprehensive booking page boasts a selection of Tokyo places to kick your feet up.