The text on the back of this postcard, which is from the 1960s:
GINZA TOKYU HOTEL
"450 ROOMS with private bath, shower and radio. The GINZA TOKYU HOTEL is the most up-to-date, entirely air-conditioned and soundproof establishment in the very heart of Tokyo. It also provides the utmost in comfort, convenience and gracious living, as well as all the facilities of a first class hotel."
Regarding what the Ginza Tokyu Hotel is like today, there appear to be some conflicting reviews:
- According to Wego.com, it's amenities are: "Rooms with Phone, Radio and Refrigerator. Room service, 2 Suites and 2 Japanese-style rooms available, 24-hour Coffee house, Sauna (for men), Massage, Barber shop/Beauty Salon, Shops, Travel service, Bookstore. Conference room capacity: 400 persons." It is rated No. 442 out of 535 hotels in Tokyo in "Wego Popularity".
- HotelGuide.network writes this: "One of the most luxurious hotels around, the Ginza Tokyu Hotel is located near Nissan Motors head office, Kabukiza theater and the Higashi Ginza Subway."
- According to NileGuide: "Recently renovated to blend modern European elegance with a distinctly Oriental ambience, the hotel is located near the famous Kabuki-za Theatre and the main intersection of the Ginza district. Rooms come with all the amenities one would expect of a stylish hotel."
Sounds like it's a nice but modest hotel. Perhaps on par with some of the nice but no-frills hotels one would find in the Theater District of Manhattan.