This low-key business hotel slips under the radar of most passersby, despite its prime location across from the Imperial Hotel and just steps away from the Ginza. Its second-floor reception shares space with a branch of Muji Café & Meal, known for its inexpensive salads and healthy dishes and open from 7am for breakfast. Rooms are tiny, but all have the surprising addition of massage chairs, and some single and double rooms facing west even have views of Hibiya Park or palace grounds between buildings; note that single/double rooms, with showers instead of tubs, are actually the same room and are cramped for two people. Glass walls separating bathrooms from living space give the illusion of space (thank goodness there’s a blind you can pull down). Although a business hotel, this place also caters to women with a devoted Ladies Floor and the Takarazuka Sky Stage cable channel free of charge, but the extremely popular Takarazuka Kagekidan theater just across the street, with its all-female cast performing musical revues, is what draws its devoted (and overwhelmingly women) fans. There are branches in Akihabara and Roppongi.