I stayed there last February for my first time in Tokyo. I had a lot of trouble finding the hotel from the train station and even Japanese people had a hard time helping me, but at last a taxi driver was able to drive me there. The front desk guy who was there when I arrived was very nice and polite, and when I went back an hour later to get the USB cable for the wired Internet the lady there was as nice and polite. I really appreciated the water/coffee/tea machine on my floor, as I did with my room: yes it was small, but totally convenient for a single person. The bed was comfortable so I slept really well while I was there, so well that I didn't get to taste the breakfeast offered by the hotel. The location was great, but I had a hard time finding myself around Tokyo, so I really appreciated that when I left the lady at the front desk gave a map to help me get at the train station.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Shinjuku: Tokyo's second city center. There is a place to relax in this bustling neighborhood, center of many of Tokyo's main transportation routes. The lobby features a modernist touch, with black Italian tile and leather stools. Guest rooms have a minimalist, modern design, accented by framed artwork selected by our own graphic designer. The location offers easy access to the rest of the city, perfect for both business and sightseeing. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- City Hotel Shinjuku
- City Hotel Lonestar Shinjuku, Tokyo