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The Millennials Shibuya

1-20-13 Jinnan, Shibuya 150-0041 Tokyo Prefecture
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Welcome to The Millennials Shibuya, a new kind of hotel with integrated IoT to optimise your comfort! Our Smart Pods are all controlled by iPods, handed to guests at check in, and with which you can adjust the bed and lighting, or set a soundless alarm for the next morning. The pods themselves are generously sized and each have comfortable 120cm wide Serta mattresses. We encourage you to spend time relaxing in the elegantly designed common areas before heading to your personal pod to sleep. We have everything you need to enjoy your time in Tokyo, with a social lounge, kitchen & dining area, and co-working space. Ideally situated right in the centre of Shibuya, the heart of Tokyo, we are easy to access from main airports and train stations. Amenities include free coffee 24/7, pastries at breakfast, unlimited FREE BEER between 5:30 and 6:30pm every day, wifi, slippers, towels, and other amenities. Please feel free to ask staff if there is anything else you need!
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Business Center with Internet Access
Banquet room
Adults only
Baggage storage
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
Free internet
Public wifi
Meeting rooms
Fax / photocopying
Non-smoking hotel
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
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    2.5 stars
  • Languages Spoken
    English, Japanese
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Grade: 100 out of 100
1968Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
143Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
Shibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool. At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
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I was a bit apprehensive staying in a capsule hotel due to the close proximity to other guests and bad experiences with noise in similar sleeping arrangements such as hostels. I was pleasantly surprised to find it very quiet and comfortable. The showers are shared but are very private. The breakfast was pretty average as there was only a few pastries. Would recommend to stay if it is just for somewhere to sleep for one night.
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Response from millennialsshibuya, フロント オフィス マネージャー at The Millennials Shibuya
Responded 3 weeks ago
Hello! Thank you for your review! We are glad to know you enjoyed your stay with us! There are so many nice places in Tokyo, so please come back! We are looking forward to seeing you again! Best regards, Yuka/The Millennials Shibuya
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So I’m going to start by saying something nice. The staff here is super friendly, there’s a large number of people you see working here, and they are all very kind and helpful. I’ve also stayed at the Millennials in Kyoto and the only thing I really missed was the lock on the curtain of the pods, because here you only get a (very) small safe under the bed, but it doesn’t even fit a laptop. It didn’t hold my DSRL either. They have bigger ones on the 3rd floor available, but it’s only one elevator and 10 floors, so getting there takes time! Which is unpractical to say the least. Also, unlike the Kyoto one, here everyone gets a free breakfast (and by that they mean free coffee and pastries, but hey it’s something!) The lounge and communal kitchen are great, the beds and pillows are comfortable. And the bathrooms are clean and well kept. Now let’s move on to the real problem: the rest of the guests and the hotel’s inability to make them respect the rules. When you come to hotels like this one, you obviously expect and tolerate “normal” sounds. Like people walking, organizing their stuff, sneezing, coughing, snoring, whispers or even communicating in a low voice. I can even understand an alarm because I guess some people don’t trust themselves to wake up with the hotel’s system (which personally I found very efficient). But people take calls, talk very freely in their pods or through out the corridors, they come in late at night and keep talking with their friends, giggling at a volume which ends up being annoying in this type of pods. What does the hotel do? Offer you earplugs. The hotel has no system whatsoever that prevents this type of behavior from happening, if the guests talk or scream or whatever, it really doesn’t matter, because it kept happening several times. (FYI, every time this happened, the people making loud noises were foreigners. Japanese people actually respect a lot other people’s right to sleep peacefully.) I stayed for 10 nights and I wouldn’t recommend it for more than 3 honestly. Although I had a couple of rough nights on account of this issue and I guess it could happen at any moment, so I’m not sure I would recommend it at all. It’s a shame the hotel doesn’t make sure that the guests follow through with the rules, otherwise it would really be up to the 5 stars reviews.
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Response from millennialsshibuya, マネージャー at The Millennials Shibuya
Responded Jan 10, 2020
Hi Julie, Many thanks again for staying with us and sharing your experience. We're really glad to see you enjoyed our staff and facilities! Regarding the repeated noise issues we're extremely sorry that those prevented you from enjoying thoroughly your time here. Considering that pod floors are communal, it is first indeed important to consider that as any hostel there can be noises depending on the behaviour of other guests. We acknowledge that because of the way our facility is arranged (20 pods per floor), it makes floors more sensitive to such issues. We believe however that 'policing' is not an appropriate strategy and different measures are applied to prevent noises. Those are not always sufficient, but your comment is a good reminder for us to keep working on this. But, again as most hostels, before anything we do rely on the good/faithful behaviour of our guests. Any guest bothered by such an issue is very welcome to let the front desk knows so we can assist promptly. Thank you again for trying both our facility and we hope you had a pleasant time in Japan! Best wishes, Axel / The Millennials Shibuya
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Pretty neat. Never stayed in a capsule hotel so not sure how it compares but I loved this place. If you are OK with shared spaces for showers, food, etc. go for it. We stayed here the night before a long travel day and I got a great night's sleep. The bed was super comfortable and the floor I was on was totally quiet, everyone was respectful of others sleeping. Really chill place. Would do it again.
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Response from millennialsshibuya, Front Staff at The Millennials Shibuya
Responded Dec 8, 2019
Dear Corey, Thank you so much for staying with us and for leaving us such a great review. We are glad to hear that you enjoyed your night here in Shibuya. We are looking forward to seeing you soon ! Kind regards, Benoit / The Millennials Shibuya
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I only had one night here, but easily could have stayed longer. I liked that you can store your luggage under the bed and that showers are on the same floor. Friendly staff, easy check in and it was super clean. Ideal location and simple to find. I guess it was a bit more expensive for a capsule hotel, but the whole Tokyo area isn't exactly cheap. Was worth the cost and I recommend it to others.
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Response from millennialsshibuya, Front-desk Staff at The Millennials Shibuya
Responded Nov 30, 2019
Dear guest, thank you very much for staying with us. We are very happy to have your kind words! We hope you had a nice stay in Shibuya. Thank you very much for recommending our hotel to others! Best regards, Naoko/ The Millennials Shibuya
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This was a nice alternative for an affordable, short stay (arrival night plus one more). Pods don’t feel claustrophobic due to high ceilings and fan to circulate air. Bed was very comfortable and quiet alarm system of bed raising/lights turning on works well. Plenty of space underneath for storage and both my iPad and small purse fit in the safe. There was never a wait for the toilet or shower facilities, and I was able to utilize the washing machine without a wait. Free breakfast was sufficient with bakery items and self-serve cappuccino machine. Guests are expected to wash and dry dishes after use. Some feedback. One or two more hangers/hooks would be helpful. Only one shower dressing room had a shelf so had to put things that couldn’t hang on the floor. Maybe add locks to screens, though I secured things with cable locks. Quiet signs on floors may help as I returned to someone having a very loud phone conversation on the floor, though earplugs drowned most noise out and most people tried were quiet. Though reality is it’s hard to pack up without being noisy so again bring earplugs. Last morning was a little rough. Showers had no hot water. I also requested a taxi to Tokyo station from 2 people, both times I was told it would cost 400 yen more (which I was fine with) and there were plenty of taxis on the street. However I was unsuccessful in getting a taxi and ended up having to drag my bags up three flights of stairs at Shibuya station which is what I was trying to avoid. I would’ve just preferred the taxi being called.
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Response from millennialsshibuya, front desk at The Millennials Shibuya
Responded Nov 23, 2019
Thank you so much for staying with us and glad to hear you enjoyed your stay! Thank you for your advice. We are going to think about it! Regarding the taxi, in Japan, we catch a taxi outside. So sometimes it takes a lot of time to call and catch it. We are sorry for our inconvenience. Hope to see you again here! Rena/The Millennials Shibuya
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Millennials Shibuya
Which popular attractions are close to The Millennials Shibuya?
Nearby attractions include On The Rocks Bar Crawl (0.1 miles), Kurand Sake Market (Shibuya izakaya) (0.2 miles), and Shibuya Crossing (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Millennials Shibuya?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a business center.
What food & drink options are available at The Millennials Shibuya?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to The Millennials Shibuya?
Conveniently located restaurants include Han no Daidokoro Honten, Nabezo Shibuya Center Street, and Han no Daidokoro Kadochika.
Is The Millennials Shibuya located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Shibuya.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Millennials Shibuya?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.
Does The Millennials Shibuya offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Millennials Shibuya?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to The Millennials Shibuya?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Tokyo Central Railway Station (3.9 miles), Yasukuni Shrine (3.3 miles), and The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin) (3.7 miles).
Is The Millennials Shibuya accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.