【Hotel become the purpose of your trip】“The city where tradition harmonizes with the future. Special moments at a French Boutique Hotel”- Mercure Tokyo Ginza

HafH recently conducted an interview with the Mercure Tokyo Ginza, a hotel that enjoys strong popularity among HafH customers. They talked about the hotel’s trends and future prospects.

In this article, we commemorate the interview by introducing the charm of Mercure Tokyo Ginza and recommended ways to spend your time.

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-Find your own Paris in an adult retreat. – 

Ginza is located in Tokyo’s Chuo Ward. Due in part to the influence of inbound tourism, it is one of Japan’s most bustling commercial and tourist spots, attracting a large number of visitors.

The Mercure Tokyo Ginza is located there, operated by Accor, the largest hotel group in Europe based in France.

-About Accor Group-

The hospitality group operates more than 5,400 hotels in 110 countries around the world.

The Mercure Tokyo Ginza was the first directly managed hotel to open in Japan in 2004. Since then, Accor has steadily expanded its presence in Japan. Today, the number of hotels available for reservations throughout Japan has increased to approximately 50, and Accor has established itself as one of the major hotel groups in Japan, with plans for further expansion.

Mercure’s brand philosophy is “Locally Inspired Hotels. While respecting local traditions and culture, each hotel has its own unique design and offers a special experience for visitors. At the end of last year, new hotels opened under the Mercure brand in Tokyo Hibiya and Tokyo Haneda Airport.

In addition, we offer a variety of brands to meet the needs of different clientele, including economy brands such as ibis and high-class brands such as Pullman.

Pullman Tokyo Tamachi

-Introduction of each spot

The exterior of Mercure Tokyo Ginza is European style with navy and brown tones. It gives an exotic and calm impression, creating a sense of quiet luxury amidst the hustle and bustle of the city.

Stepping into the building from there, one is greeted by a brand wall reminiscent of silver coins. This design is a reference to the history of the silver coin-making government offices that existed during the Edo period, from which the name “Ginza” comes. For this reason, silver coin-themed interiors can be found throughout the hotel, including this artwork on the wall of the elevator hall on the first floor.

Take the elevator up to the second floor, where the lobby is located, and you will find a stylish reception counter. Although compact in size, the sophisticated design and warm hospitality of the staff make you feel even more comfortable. Furthermore, the display shelves next to it are designed with a concept reminiscent of department stores and high brand shops in Ginza.

Guest rooms are located on floors 3 through 12, with a total of 208 guest rooms available. At the elevator exits of each floor, there is artwork with floor numbers displayed in large letters on shopping bags.

Rooms are decorated in navy and pink tones, adding a sophisticated yet pretty touch. The most prominent example is the ottoman chair, which, while compact, stands out in terms of comfort and design. In consideration of sustainability, all in-room amenities are made of plastic-free products.

Rooms available for reservation through HafH at this time are “Superior Queen” and “Superior Twin”.

At Bistro Les Chansons, we especially recommend the butter-filled croissants made with dough flown in frozen from France and baked hot in the kitchen every morning. It is a must-try item.

Breakfast can also be delivered to your room by advance reservation only.

*At this time, reservations through HafH are only available on an “overnight stay with no meal” basis.

-A hotel that connects guests to the Ginza district-

The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of Tokyo Station, the gateway to Tokyo, as well as directly connected to Ginza 1-chome Station. While Ginza tends to focus on spending time in the glamorous outside world, the Mercure Tokyo Ginza is a very attractive option when seeking calmness. Once known as the “Window of the Orient,” Ginza has set the trends in fashion and entertainment. Why not have an unforgettable experience in this district that still flourishes as a center of trends?

Mercure Tokyo Ginza

2-9-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

1650~1700 coins

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This article was created based on the information available at time of publication.