One or two blocks away from Hibiya, yurakucho and ginza stations. Exactly across imperial hotel and theatre. One station away from Tokyo station (you can take shinkansen and Narita express from there) The rooms are excellent for westerners and easterners, small (at least mine was small) but still had full size bed. Extremely comfortable despite the size. They have all amenities you'll find in western style hotels in Asia and even more (massage sofa). It also meets Japanese travelers requirements. Café is more than excellent with both western and eastern options. I've been many times in 5 star hotels all across Asia and I consider this is one of the best I've stayed.
Have stayed at Dai Ichi Annex 20+ times over the past decade. Hotel is always clean and staff is very friendly and accommodating. It is very conveniently located near Ginza area with access to subway and trains.
"Nice hotel in the heart of the shopping district"
I stayed at the Hotel Gracery for 4 nights for a work trip. The room was very cozy and clean. The staff was pleasant (though they really don't speak English very well - they do make an effort!). The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of the Ginza shopping district and is only a few blocks from the metro. The only draw back (which did not affect me) is that there is a massive construction project across the street. Luckily, I was staying in a room on the other side of the building and did not hear it.
I absolutely plan to stay here again on my next trip to Tokyo and will recommend that my colleagues do so as well.
Traveller from Foster City, CA
Newly opened in October of 2006. We are located right in the center of the world famous shopping area of Ginza. It is very …More
My wife and I booked a "double room" for 2 adults. The room was small, ~1/2 the size of normal rooms in the U.S., but had everything you'd expect. The size was not an issue and the bed seemed more like a queen than a double. We're used to a California King and had no problem with the bed (I'm 6'5").
I believe the hotel is on the edge of the area known as Ginza (upscale retail area). We were on a budget and had trouble deciding on a restaurant the first night we stayed. After getting more familiar with the area, we realized if we had walked the other way we would have found plenty of places to eat that were in our desired price range. Seemed like a good base camp for many popular sightseeing areas in Tokyo.
The location also worked out great for us because it is very easy to get to. This was our first time traveling any place like this and it was the first place we stayed when we arrived in Japan. Took the Narita Express to Tokyo Station, and the Yamanote Line to Shimbashi Station. From there, it's only about a block to Hotel Com's.
Traveller from North Carolina, USA
The hotel Coms Ginza, located on the Ginza Namiki Street, is fashionable and yet redolent with a sense of classical elegance …More