Mitsui Garden is a chain of business hotels that generally rises above the others in terms of decor and facilities, but this one ranks as one Mitsui Garden's top properties. Its location is superb for business and leisure travelers alike, on the southern edge of Ginza near Shimbashi. Occupying the upper floors of an office building, it has a 16th-floor lobby that welcomes guests with lots of sofas, floor-to-ceiling windows revealing great views of Tokyo Bay and Tokyo Tower, and an Internet station complete with tables and chairs (at some business hotels, you have to stand to use the lobby computer). Rooms are compact though thoughtfully designed, but their best feature is their panoramic views of Tokyo Tower (the most requested), the Ginza (most beautiful at night), or the bay (note that a new building now obstructs bay views from some rooms, so be sure to request an unobstructed view). Views are even afforded from bathrooms, either through windows that look out past the bedroom toward the city in the cheaper rooms or, in View Bath and Premier rooms, from windows right beside the tub that let you take in the views as you soak. Although this hotel has lots going for it, it's the views in this price range that really set it apart.