First class hotel with amazing views and impeccable service. We travel light and without too many fancy outfits and thus at times felt under-dressed, but still had a great time. After this experience it will be hard to slum it in an 4-star hotel.
Located in Shinjuku, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tokyo Metropolitan …More
We had five nights at this hotel, by choice with a family of four in one room. For the price this accommodation is pretty good. The room itself was very basic and very small with four of us all squeezed in. The fourth bed was really suitable for a child - our teenager complained about it being uncomfortable. However, it is very well located within easy walk of the sights and about 20m to the nearest metro station. The staff were very helpful and spoke reasonable English. The breakfast in the hotel restaurant (choice of western or Japanese) was very good and well worth the money. We even had a very nice dinner there one night when it was too wet and cold to venture out. Most importantly with two teenagers the free Wi-Fi was very good
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This family-friendly Tokyo hotel is located in the business district, within a 10-minute walk of Tokyo Metropolitan …More
Hotel was very clean and the staff very friendly. The location was only a few blocks from the east exit of the Shinjuku station, making getting to and from the trains very easy. A convenience store right by the front entrance was also nice. Very quiet at night and the higher floors offer some nice views of the city. Only down side to the hotel would be the street leading up to it. In the evening we were frequently solicited by men on the street to attend the strip shows at near by bars. They were often very persistent.
Located in Shinjuku, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Studio Alta, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, and Shinjuku …More
This sprawling business, commercial, and entertainment center never lets up. It is a modern Japanese phenomenon with shopping arcades, flashing neon signs, stand-up noodle bars, and side-street video screens. Some two million people pass through the train station alone. Futuristic-looking City Hall offers a free observation deck with great city views.