We booked the hotel based on recommendation that the location is convenient. Not exactly. It is close to the East Shinjuku station but it is not in the central Shinjuku area and in fact it is a subway stop away. You can walk to the central Shinjuku area but it is a good 25-minute walk. Not fun in winter time.
The rooms are very small. Even though I have been to Tokyo several times before and know that hotel rooms are small. This one is even smaller. We had trouble even accessing our suitcases. The bathroom is small and basic, including amenities.
Only one hotel staff speaks English, broken English.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Sunroute Higashi-Shinjuku first opened on April 1, 2007, in the energetic business and shopping hub of Tokyo in the Higashi-Shinjuku prefecture. The hotel provides business and leisure travelers with direct access to Shinjuku Station, the largest train station in Japan.The hotel's contemporary, streamlined accommodations create a serene environment for guests to relax and retire to, away from the busy streets of Tokyo. This Shinjuku hotel's amenities, including secure accommodation and elevator access, expansive breakfast buffet at the hotel's restaurant Royal Host, and traditional Chinese menu at Bamiyan restaurant. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sunroute Higashi Hotel Shinjuku
- Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku
- Hotel Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku Tokyo