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Great view of Tokyo Japan from your room Hotel staff cleans your place 2-3 times during the day to make sure your place is well kept. Never ran out of bottle water and always filled anything that was used. Never had such amazing service like this before. Free access to gym, internet, pool, and classes. ...
I had a good holiday in shinjuku. The capsule hotel I stayed is nice. Good location walking distance to the shops , shinjuku station. Lots of restaurants nearby. The staff are helpful. I will go again next time.
Hotel is superb. The airport buses all leave from this hotel. 900 m walk to the main railway station. The immediate viscinity of the hotel is rather dull but a short walk and you’re back in the action. There a shuttle bus for your convenience.
A 2 min walk from Shinjuku Stn south east exit. Close to shopping, food and entertainment. The hotel was pretty much as described. The pod got a little warm at night so I just slept with the blind up to allow more air. It's very safe feeling in the whole place.
Had a nice stay at the Hotel Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku. I would have a hard time thinking of anything negative to say about the place, the best thing about this hotel is the location. It is directly upstairs from the Higashi Shinjuku station which makes it very convenient for getting to/from Haneda ...
Hotel was clean, even though it was small my husband and I had enough room to get around. Bathroom was tight but did the job. Good location for Shinjuku however if you plan to travel it is a 17 minute walk to Shinjuku station or 12 minute walk to Shin-okuba station. We didn't mind the walk but if ...
We stayed here in October 2017 (family 2 adults, 2 children). The hotel itself was nice, clean and functional. Location is good in terms of metro and train access, however it is located in the middle of the 'red light' district in Shinjuku. Walking between Shinjuku station and the hotel on Saturday ...
This hotel is in the Tokyo's red light district itself. But you don't have to be alarmed by that. The surrounding found to be very safe. The hotel staff speak good English. Even before checking in we had realistic expectations about rooms in Tokyo. The room met most of our expectations. The hotel ...
Pleasantly surprised with this establishment. Clean and comfortable.
Long story short, told the front desk staff the internet is not working, they asked me to reconnect it, I did and still doesn't work, email them, and was told they will reboot the system. Still didn't work the next night, their IT team had me trial many different ways to test the internet close to ...
First time in Tokyo and after I read many reviews everyone said location location. Cannot be more correct. If you are in Tokyo to experience the life, this is the place.
Location is excellent & central. Very close to all the action in Shinjuku and a stone's throw from the local station (Shin Okubo which is on the Yamanote line). Walk out the station, cross the road and turn left. Look out for the hotel sign as you walk along - it's not very far. Shin Okubo doesn't ...
Stayed here with 2 boys. The room is spacious and clean. Love the convenience store and 7/11 downstairs. JR line is closer to the hotel. The Okubo station is only a few min. walk but need to transfer to another line usually. Staff was very helpful.
Fantastic views from the rooms, made for a great experience. The hotel was in a quite location but very close to the main station of Shinjuku making it very easy to get around the city. Clean, spacious rooms. Staff were great. Wish there was a pool though!
Take a deep breath and let yourself relax. Make this your opportunity for a vacation where you can leave all your stresses behind in Shinjuku. If you are looking for opulent lodging or affordable choices, we can help you find the ideal spot to stay. You'll find in urging you to take it easy. Pack up your suitcase and not your worries to jumpstart your pressure-free holiday.
Once you've checked-in to your Shinjuku hotel then you can check-out from your cares for a bit. Decompress and get settled in. After that you can make your first appointment to indulge yourself at a nearby spa. After you've indulged yourself by getting a massage, unwinding in the steam room, or taking it easy by the pool, you can put on your explorer's hat and start uncovering the hidden gems of Shinjuku. Discovering new restauraunts, eclectic boutiques, or a scenic view can be one of the many highlights of your trip. If you're not sure where to begin, meet with your hotel's concierge attendant to get a sense for what Shinjuku has to offer. There is no better source than a local to point you to an exciting evening out or to a cafe to enjoy a few cocktails at and relax. Regardless of where you wind up, just be sure to hang loose. Your spa sabbatical shouldn't be anything but wonderfully relaxing.
With so many ways to wind you down, Shinjuku consistently ranks as one of the best spots for a spa vacation.