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    1 Reviews on “Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier”

    • ianbetzianbetz
      3 months ago

      Accessible rooms have a great view. The rooms are a little tight so any big electric chairs may have an issue maneuvering.
      The bathroom is adequate but there is a bathtub. If you want to shower there is a chair and you can shower in the bathroom itself as there is a drain. The shower chair is your average shower chair and I find them little scary.
      The toilet can only be accessed by a 90 degree angle (from the left). There is a bar to grab on to but transferring may be an issue for some. The bidet is pure luxury.

      I would have no issue returning to this hotel. It is not perfect but depending on your abilities (I am T10) the room suffices. Staff is your traditional Japanese polite and always helpful.

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