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Reviewed February 15, 2013

Citadines is well located for local trains and shopping in Shinjuku. The staff were very helpful. Rooms are small but adequate and very clean. Do not pay for the upgraded room as they are almost identical to the standard room. Breakfast was ok but we found that the Ginko(?) restuarant located a block and a half to the left, just before the blue foot bridge was really good value and did a western style breakfast. There is revolving sign on the footpath outside it and you walk up stairs to locate it.

Date of stay: February 2013
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Reviewed February 10, 2013 via mobile

Everything about this hotel is great and as expected. It would probably be a 4 star in Australian standards. It has free, fast wifi & a 711 just down the road. It is safe and has an awesome restaurant district nearby. The only thing I under estimated was the distance to Shinjuku station and how far Narita airport is from the hotel. There is a subway nearby (5mins walk) but Shinjuku which is the main interconnect station from the airport line & bus drop off is a good 10-15mins walk or 900yen in a taxi. Also, Narita airport is about 1.5hrs by bus or train and the earliest they start are 5:30ish. We had a 6am flight so our only option was a 20,000yen taxi. I'd stay here again but don't under estimated travel time and distances like I did.

Date of stay: February 2013
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Reviewed February 7, 2013

This was our first visit to Tokyo and friends advised us to stay in Shinjuku. After some research we booked 4 nights at the Citadines. It was an excellent base for our visit.

In terms of location, it is an easy walk to either the main Shinjuku station or one of the smaller, neighbouring metro stations - Gyoemmae or Sanchome. That being said, it was just a bit too far with suitcases, so we used a taxi on arrival and departure. (Cost from Shinjuku Station to the hotel was only 1070 Yen which is about US$12.) Thankfully, we had the address of our hotel written down in Japanese as the taxi driver did not speak English. There are a number of convenience stores and supermarkets closeby and a wide variety of restaurants in the neighbourhood. As a tourist, there is alot to see in the Shinjuku and surrounding areas.

We had an "Executive Studio" on the 8th floor, of 16. Our room was excellent and very spacious by Tokyo standards. It was very quiet, extremely clean, very comfortable and had everything you need. The kitchenette was well equipped with hotplate, microwave, toaster, kettle, saucepans etc. We only used the kitchen for breakfast, but if you were staying longer and wanting to cook meals, it was perfect. The bathroom had a Toto washlet toilet. There is a good sized couch and desk and a room divider so you can close off the bedroom, if you like. The flat screen TV is set up so you can slide it along the wall, depending upon whether you want to watch TV in bed or on the couch.

The front desk staff was very helpful, giving directions, and everyone spoke good English.

We would definitely stay here again.

Room tip: If you want a quiet room, ask for a room facing away from the street.
Date of stay: January 2013
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Reviewed February 6, 2013

We are just back from our trip to Tokyo and we couldn't pick better hotel... To be honest, my boyfriend chose it and before we got there I wasn't sure it was the best idea - I wanted to stay in west Shinjuku where all skyscrapers are.. I couldn't be more wrong! Yes we went there, too, had brunch in Hyatt Tokyo's lounge (it's a must!) but everything is hapenning in east Shinjuku! Life, lights, restaurants, shopping.. and if you want just nice walk through small cute avenues, that's there, too! It's bit tricky to find it if this is your first time and you decide to walk from Shinjuku station as we did:) taxi is an option - it will cost you up to 1000 yen. Or metro that will bring you bit closer and 2 min walk. The best and easiest option if you fly in and out of Narita airport is combination of return ticket for Narita express (train from airport to shinjuku station) and SUICA card that made it so much easier to move around Tokyo (travel card for metro, busses, most of trains and even shopping) and it's easily rechargeable. And about the hotel, not much that hasn't been said yet to say.. Fantastic english speaking staff (as you will find not many people speak any other language than japanese here), spotless clean, modern, well equipped, comfortable. Ask at reception anything - about food, transport, prices - they will help you with all of it. For frequent traveler and person who likes her comfort I can genuinly say I would stay again and will recommend easily to anyone.

Date of stay: February 2013
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Reviewed February 4, 2013

We stayed there for last week of January 2013. Didn't quite know what to expect as I hadnt been to Japan before but I was pleasantly surprised. Most of the staff spoke english and all were extremely helpful. I asked for a non smoking room and was given a room no problem on the only non smoking floor in the hotel. It just far enough out of the busy intersections of Shinjuku but close enough to walk to the station every day no problem. It is located on a main road but we had no issues with noise etc. We left to sightsee every morning and returned to a lovely clean room every evening. Rooms all have free wifi, dvd players A/C.
Super comfortable place to stay and excellent value for Japan. Cant comment on the food there, we ate out or breakfast in our room most days.

Room tip: If you are not a smoker ask for a non smoking room. I think there is only one floor that is non smoking. You cant smoke on the street in Japan but you can smoke in cafes! Weird.
Date of stay: January 2013
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