This 3-star business hotel provided me with a decent stay when I was here for a vacation. Staff were quite friendly and had no communication barriers when conversing in English. Lobby looks rather dated and gloomy, with a smoky smell. However the double room I stayed in was adequately-sized (you can't expect large rooms if you're going to be paying average prices for hotels in Japan). Enough space to move about, stack my luggage and my friend's at the corner of the room.
It's quite a bit of a walk to the JR Shinjuku Station though, approximately 20 minutes away. The Tokyo metropolitan building is 10 minutes away. The Tochomae subway station is just arond the corner though, at approximately 5 minutes' walk.
Breakfast was not provided, which wasn't an issue for us. There is a 24-hour McDonald's just down the corner of the street.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Get a good night's sleep only seconds away from the center of Tokyo's nightlife. Shinjuku may be the busiest train station in the world but 5 minutes after you leave the gate and arrive here, all of the rush will seem like it's worlds away. Convenient to the airport and anywhere in Tokyo, this is a great choice for guests who want to make the most of their stay in Japan's vibrant exciting capital. ... more less
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