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About a 10 minute walk to the main Shinjuku station. Room is small so don't have a lot of luggage. Plenty of eateries nearby and stores to purchase food.Hotel restaurant food was nice but wouldn't fill a mouse(Washington) good evening views over the city but...More
A good hotel with all updated rooms. However, like many in Japan they are very small. Often has quit big groups of tourists staying, so sometime I have found it a little noisy as the corridors are long. I’ve never eaten there so cannot comment...More
The room was very small but standard for Japan hotel. It was very well equipped. The air purifier in the room helps in circulation. Bathroom was clean and most amenities were provided. It is not really near Shinjuku station but you can take 100 Yen...More
From narita airport the hotel you can take the airport limousine bus service. The bus will drop you in front of the hotel as it is one of the stops in the bus stop list.
the hotel is located in the shinjuku area . This...More
The hotel is close to Shiunjuku station - 5 mins. The rooms and hotel are neatly kept. The rooms are small, no place to hang our clothes in the twin sharing. Noise travels from other rooms easily and you can hear muffled voices.
Shinjuku is the commuting capital of Tokyo, and contains the busiest train station in the world. To the west, there's an office district with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office at its center. To the east, there’s a district with long-established department stores, cinemas and theaters. Shinjuku Gyoen is a park originally built as the garden for the Imperial Household. It is quite famous as a venue for
cherry-blossom viewing in March and April. In Shinjuku, many restaurants operate all night, and districts such as Omoide Yokocho (Memory Lane) or Shinjuku Golden Machi have back streets filled with tiny restaurants and bars that reflect each owner’s unique taste and style.
truely so,a few below average food courts be found downstair,no good food shop around this hotel but many aare there at ten minutes walk.All others very good according to Tokyo hotel price.Not aweful at all !!
Response from Jacqueline F | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure as we used the underground tunnel which connects from the hotel to the train station. There is a bus which can take you from the airport and stops right outside the hotel. Maybe email the hotel.
I'd honestly recommend getting a larger room because Japan hotel rooms are very small (think a little bigger than college dorm room size in the United States). I know it's expensive, but trust me when I say you'll... More
I'd honestly recommend getting a larger room because Japan hotel rooms are very small (think a little bigger than college dorm room size in the United States). I know it's expensive, but trust me when I say you'll probably get very annoyed with each other and feel cramped if you don't. Especially if you have a small child.
As for the kid-friendly aspect, pretty much all hotels in Japan are as accommodating as possible for families, there's just one thing I'd say about this hotel. In terms of pool or entertainment room, I don't believe this hotel or its sister has those accommodations but I could be wrong (my husband and I never bothered looking). However, there were plenty of families with babies and small children in the hotel while my husband and I were there, and they had no complaints to our knowledge.
In terms of hotel policy, it's pretty standard. I'm not entirely sure what you mean you ask that, but they're not unreasonable by any means. They even have English speaking staff if you have any questions. The only thing that sticks out to me is that they'll charge you extra if you lose the room key.
It's an easy walk for adults from the train station, but with a small child, it'll become a lot more difficult. Also, Shinjuku station is EXTREMELY crowded, so be sure to keep a strong grip on your kid the entire time you're there. Seriously, it is a literal sea of people.