Give it a miss
Posted May 23, 2016 on CheapTickets
I booked the Ginza Creston because it looked to have larger rooms than most in Tokyo and the location was in Ginza and close to the fish market. The rooms were indeed bigger, a plus, but the hotel itself isn't in Ginza but reasonably close to the fish market. The hotel itself is a bit tired and dated, as per the photos and it doesn't really pitch or cater to western tourists, but I suspect those travelling to the hospital and university which are located nearby.
My biggest issue was the service I received from the hotel on my first night there. I asked them to make a reservation at a restaurant, and they flat out refused and told me to make it myself. My Japanese being non existent, this was difficult, but more so rude from the staff. I haven't experienced this before and thought it is a basic service that most hotels would offer.