Ratings based on 171 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Long weekend in TokyoPosted Oct 16, 2014
Pros: Price and everything else.
Cons: Location is a bit off the beaten track
Very reasonable price had even with late booking US$250/. Hotel was decent across the board with gym, quiet & good sized rooms, efficient room service and good staff. In fact, the staff was practically invisible and I rarely needed them (which is a good sign). Hotel's location is a bit odd but still a close walk to shinjuku station and neighborhood. If you don't want to walk they have a free shuttle bus. There is also a connection to a subway line accessible through from the basement level of hotel. They also have an airport shuttle bus departing every 30 minutes. The hotel is not spectacular by any stretch as reflected by the price point. But it is not trying to be a 5-star hotel. What it is trying to provide is a mid or mid/high level experience and it does that very, very well.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London, UK
Decent business hotel close enough to ShinjukuPosted Oct 7, 2014
Located close to Shinjuku station (by that I mean about 500m from West Exit) this is a standard business hotel with all the comforts (& slight drawbacks) that you expect: comfortable and spacious room, good bed and lovely view (19th floor); no wifi or breakfast, no particular character. That said, enjoyed escaping the frenetic Tokyo streets once in a while, and for the price, this is a good bet, overall.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very nice hotel and good location.Posted Oct 5, 2014
I stayed in this hotel for 6 night, the room was very nice and clean. Located at 5 mins walk from Shinjuku station.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Malaysia
Comfortable, professional and logisticly practicalPosted Sep 25, 2014
Pros: location and extremely helpful and polite concierge
Cons: To move with the times - wi-fi should be available for free - a little perk which could make a big difference without too much cost to the hotel
Location: Shinjuku has much to offer but i did not manage to cover much of it. As the rail system is so efficient i ended up in Ginza and spent way too much.
It was my first visit to Japan and this experience has led to my decision to certainly return. The traditions, people and culture are what bowled me over. So clean, polite, logical and with soul. I was fortunate to have caught the best weather and roaming around was absolutely pleasant. I was also traveling alone and did not at any point feel in the least bit intimidated or bored. Despite my very short stint, i managed to cover those attractions which drove me there in the first place... ie. the Kabuki-Za Theatre, the tea ceremony, the Imperial Gardens, the tower etc. Next time i want to catch the cherry blossom.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from california
Good location and nice hotelPosted Sep 24, 2014
Overall it is a great hotel to stay. It is a clean, convenient and good service hotel. Like all Japanese hotel, the staffs are very friendly and helpful. But they charge per day per device for internet is very expensive. Now days, we all have multiple devices.
by A verified traveler from melbourne, australia
Lovely hotel except for staffPosted Sep 24, 2014
Cons: The staff
Location: Not really overly close to the action of shinjuku
The hotel is beautiful with great amenities including regular shuttle buses, spacious rooms, clean and comfortable but it did NOT include wifi or breakfast. The major letdown for Hyatt regency was that the staff were very unhelpful and did the bare minimum or less... When we asked concierge how to get to mt fuji the guy told us to go to the station and catch a bus and to book online, when we asked the name of the bus company he said "mt fuji bus" so the next day we went and asked a different girl who was actually very helpful and made a reservation- which is what you expect from concierge-especially at an expensive hotel chain! Also the door man completely messed us around. We were so disappointed with the service. Would stay elsewhere next time, maybe closer to the action!
by A verified traveler from Manila
Room is not worth the pricePosted Sep 23, 2014
Bell service staff are commendable. Facilities are outdated.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from K
Excellent hotel near Shinjuku train station.Posted Sep 20, 2014
We chose this hotel because of its proximity to the train station, one of the larger ones in Tokyo. There is a free shuttle that runs between them every twenty minutes.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from San Francisco, Ca
Great HotelPosted Sep 15, 2014
Pros: The room was very nice. We liked all the ammenities.The location was convenient and the food was good.
We choose this hotel because of its nearness to Shinjuku Train Station. We were very pleased with our room and the hotel.
by A verified traveler
You DON'T get what you pay for kind of hotelPosted Sep 11, 2014
Pros: Although English was minimal, the customer service was excellent and it was fun communicating with the workers in sign language.
First impression, the hotel staff was very nice and the lobby is beautiful. The check-in process was smooth and the hotel was in a good location because it was right by the train station which is how my family and I traveled to the different cities in Tokyo. However, the prices are ridiculous. For just two people, our total for a room came out to 3,700 for two weeks. That is about 264 a night which wouldn't be bad if the room wasn't so small.(Great view though). There is no complimentary breakfast included at all and the one time we ate breakfast at the hotel it was about $100 for three people (which is the standard rate for buffet style breakfast; imagine eating breakfast there everyday for 2 weeks!) Most importantly, there is a charge to use the pool! Never in all my days of travelling did I have to pay to use the pool at a hotel I was stay at. The charge was $20 per person...are you serious? When my grandmother wanted to just lay by the pool and read a book, they refused to let her in unless she was wearing a bathing suit. Last but not least, the amount of English spoken by the workers is VERY minimal so if you have questions about things to do in the area there might be one worker that can answer those questions for you.