When you stay at Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Tokyo Sky Tree and Sensoji Temple. Guests can indulge in massages, and Sizzler serves breakfast. Rooms offer up nice touches like premium bedding and slippers, along with refrigerators and free WiFi.
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu is centrally located in Tokyos Nagata-cho neighborhood. In this beautiful location in the heart of the city, you can enjoy the lush greenery of Hie Shrine, and have exceptional access to the Imperial Palace, Civic Center, Marunouchi, Ginza, and Roppongi. The area that is already blessed with such a combination of convenience and calm has now seen the birth of a remarkable new 5-star hotel. 251 guest rooms, including 13 suites, every one of them comfortably spacious, allow for peaceful enjoyment of the changing of the seasons, and quality time to forget the hustle and bustle of the city. From the rooms, creatively designed with a width of 6 meters, you can enjoy panoramic views of the streets of Tokyo, starting with the National Diet (Parliament). Rooms are elegant, Japanese modern spaces with shoji screens and sliding doors. Guests can spend a peaceful time in The Capitol Hotel Tokyu. Also, on the fifth floor, there are four special suite rooms opening out onto the greenery of gardens and Hie Shrine. Forget the hustle and bustle of the city, we promise you a release from your daily routine.
Super Hotel Lohas Akasaka puts you within a 10-minute drive of Tokyo Midtown and National Diet Building. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Lohas Cafe, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. All rooms offer flat-screen TVs, refrigerators, and slippers.
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier offers a great location, putting you within just a 10-minute walk of Kabuki-za Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. Rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs, refrigerators, and slippers.
Cons: The interior of my room was quite old. The desk varnish was gone and the room was pretty smelly.
Pros: Very good location in the center of Shinjuku, about 10 minutes away from the train station and taxi service outside. Had an ATM and 7-11 attached to it. All the amenities a person could need, toothbrush, hair brush l, razor shaving cream, free bath salts for everyday I stayed. Shampoo conditioner and body wash smelled great. Shower and bath were awesome!
1rst floor breakfast was the way to go, 8th floor cafe was nice but had less variety than the other.
Staff knew English, and the concierge service was great for booking and easy airport limousine back to HND airport.
Very close to robot resturant and bars that are open 24 hours.
When you stay at Hotel Gracery Shinjuku, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the 14 restaurants are nice spots to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs, premium bedding, and slippers.
Pros: The location was amazing but that's about it
Cons: Rooms very outdated, very pretentious staff, everything that has to do with this hotel is ridiculously overpriced!
We to check out one hour later than planned after a 6 night stay and they asked us to pay a fee... very disappointing
Pros: Close to Shinjuku station. Fun restaurants nearby.
Cons: Waited on average 10 minutes for elevators, which were full and stopped almost every floor. No seating in lobby. Restaurants in hotel very overpriced. Would not stay there agin.
Pros: Breakfast options are good.
Cons: The South wing room bathroom had a slight sewer odor at times.
Cons: The room and the hotel are not so modern
Pros: Great location near the Shinjuku train station. Service was excellent (although perhaps average for Japan). Pillows not so comfortable - would have liked a selection of hard/soft (therefore the OK rating on comfort). Room A/C worked very well (I like to sleep in a cold room).
Great view of Mt. Fuji and Tokyo government buildings.
I prefer the Hyatt Regency Shinjuku when the cost is reasonable but this time it was considerably higher. Have stayed at Keio plaza about 5 times and at Hyatt about 20 times.
Pros: The only good thing about Keio Plaza Hotel that they have a shuttle bus line direct to Disney Resort, but need reservation 1 month earlier before the date.
Cons: The front desk for check-in and check-out really really really not friendly (especially to foreigner), no smile at all and very bad in english. Very old hotel, we've paid for the premier room (recently furbished they said) but still looks old, they're only put more lighting inside the room and LED TV. Better stay at International Brand Hotel.
Five blocks from Shinjuku Station and across the street from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, this hotel is located in the city's business and political power center.
Pros: +Best Service (English friendly)
+Best Location (5 minute walk to Shibuya Station)
+Extremely Clean & Comfortable
+Worth the Cost of Stay
Pros: staff was very nice and helpful.
the room was clean. not the best or most modern but it's the basics. nice renovated bathrooms. high floors.
AIRPORT SHUTTLE IS AMAZING!
Cons: the bedside tables are a bit ghetto. otherwise everything was good.
Pros: The deluxe city view room was phenomenal for a country boy like me.
Room cleaning and bed making was excellent, left my extra spending money in the room and never missed a penny.
Everyone was so very polite in the hotel, the view from the bar on the top floor is also not to be missed. Prices for drinks, etc. are as to be expected for this hotel, but don't miss breakfast! As American as you could want, and make sure you ask the guy with the chef hat on to make your eggs. Omelet, over easy, whatever, they will be done to perfection and delivered to your table.
I loved my stay at this hotel, it was hard to come back to reality in the US.
Cons: No free wifi
A 40-floor skyscraper hotel towering over the hills of Shibuya. You are welcomed by a simple modern lobby that skillfully incorporates ripples of traditional Japanese colors. When you enter your room, the interior breathes Japanese aesthetics, and you can relax in high-quality comfort and enjoy a spectacular view overlooking the streets of Tokyo.The rooms, with an average space of 40 m² / 430 sq.ft; offer ample space for deep relaxation.
Pros: The location directly across from Tokyo Station is super convenient, the rooms are clean and extremely well-appointed. Very friendly staff. I would definitely stay at the hotel again during my next visit to Tokyo.
Located in Chiyoda, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bank of Japan and Tokyo Stock Exchange. Tokyo Imperial Palace and Imperial Palace Garden are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in central Tokyo where it is a 5-minute walk to the Imperial Palace, and a 10-minute walk to downtown area Ginza. It is 20 minutes by train to downtown area Harajuku or historical area Asakusa.
Located near a train station, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Akabane is a great choice for a stay in Tokyo. You'll have free perks like WiFi and wired Internet. Nice touches like premium bedding, down comforters, and slippers are offered up in all rooms.
Pros: Great STaff, super friendly
Nice Rooms with great view
Cons: I dont know why they keep you waiting at breakfast to get a table if there are plenty of tables.
Pros: Very clean & good service
Cons: Wifi way to slow for Tokyo luxury hotel in year 2016.....
Pros: Location and accessibility
A respite in the heart of Tokyo, we are located in a quiet, upscale neighborhood next to corporate offices, shopping, and entertainment. Stroll next door to Yebisu Garden Place's shops, or take the subway or a cab to downtown sites and luxury stores. Find gourmet aplomb and culinary magic in our five restaurants, two bars, and lounge, where Michelin-rated cuisine and chic ambiences await. Be pampered at Le Spa Parisien. Enjoy our sophisticated Executive Club Lounge, with stunning city views. Our 22-story hotel offers 418 guest rooms and 20 suites, all appointed with European décor and full of soothing features such as the Westin Heavenly® Bed for your delight. Suites afford magnificent, romantic views over Tokyo's nighttime skyline.
Located near a train station, Sotetsu Fresa Inn Chiba Kashiwa is a great choice for a stay in Kashiwa. Free perks include WiFi and wired Internet. Rooms offer up nice touches like down comforters and slippers, along with LED TVs and refrigerators.
Located near a train station, The Crest Hotel Kashiwa is a great choice for a stay in Kashiwa. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Bistrot Sai, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs, pillow menus, and slippers.
Cons: Immediately after we checked in to our room, my husband noticed an odor in the room and requested to change room. The staff was very responsive and put us in a different room right away. Unfortunately, the second room also had a very strong odor. It smelled like mildew. We just put up with the smell for the next 3 days :(
Pros: I had a superior room which had plenty of space and a nice queen bed. Very modern room. The staff was very nice and very helpful with our bags.
Cons: Nothing wish I could have stayed longer
Pros: The room was always clean; the breakfasts were awesome; the staff very helpful
Cons: I extended an extra night and the fee was pretty high. Like double that I got on Kayak
Pros: Close to train/subway station. Lot of places to get a meal. Perfect variety for breakfast. Staff very helpful. Room a little small but, good enough. Overall enjoyed my stay
Cons: Bed was like a rock. Pillows filled with wooden pellets. But I slept well.
Located in Minato, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Nakagin Capsule Tower and Tsukiji Fish Market. Tokyo Tower and Kabuki-za Theatre are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Cons: Only complaint was that room was too warm (March stay) we couldn't get the air conditioner to cool the room adequately and couldn't open the windows to cool it down to an acceptable level.
Pros: The stall was really helpful and was the only hotel that I stayed in Japan that provided soft pillows...
Cons: This hotel was the most expense one that I stayed in Japan, around US$185,00 and for that price I was expecting a much better room. The bathroom was disgusting with visible mold all around probably because the exhaust fan wasn't efficient enough to keep the moist out of it.. The toilet bowl underneath the seat was all black mold... The shower walls is getting yellowish probably because no scrubbing it's been done.. I saw a single room keeper guy cleaning the whole building floor when I got there but he was cleaning alone at least 18 rooms in that floor as I noticed the rooms doors was all wide open and he was running between those rooms with vaccum and cleaning supplies and etc... The blocks/area around of this hotel have lots of "massage" business places and lots of guys hanging around the walkway corners to offer girls to do a "special" job if you interesting... Definitely not a family hotel to stay ! Few blocks away from the opposite side of the Shinjuku Train Station I stayed at Sun Route Hotel of Shinjuku that was much much better location in the area and a family hotel with quality and breakfast include for under US$120,00. Hope this review helps lots of visitors.
Pros: This hotel cannot be beat for location and value.
There are nicer and/or cheaper hotels in Shinjuku but I will be staying at the prince from now on.
Pros: Great location, close to the night life and train station
The 3-star Shinjuku Prince Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Shinjuku Station. Located in the center of Kabuki-cho, one of Japan´s best entertainment districts, the Shinjuku Prince Hotel offers easy and quick access to the major areas of Tokyo, as well as the best in shopping, restaurants, and entertainment.
When you stay at IZA Asakusa Guest House, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Sensoji Temple and Asakusa Shrine. Guests will have free perks like breakfast and WiFi. Also, Tokyo Sky Tree and Edo-Tokyo Museum are within a short drive.
Pros: Friendly staff speaks English and location is very close to Train station. Love staying here when I travel to Tokyo.
Cons: The pillows were very uncomfortable.
Pros: My boyfriend and I stayed there for nine nights and were able to explore easily. Locations such as Akihabara, Harajuku, Meiji Shrine, Shibuya, and a lot more are a short train ride away and with the train station so close it was easy to get around. Lots of shops, restaurants, and arcades within walking distance of the hotel.
Pros: The staff at this hotel are very friendly and helpful. The location is very convenient to many sites and transportation stations. I would recommend this hotel to a friend.
Cons: Rooms are a bit small but average by Japanese standards.
Pros: Location, Limousine Bus access, Close to train station, affordable
Cons: Wi-Fi is good, not great, but free
Pros: Very convenient location. Good Cleanliness and provode good quality shower gel and shampoo.
Cons: Unfriendly male front desk staff (no smiling face). We came with 2 families and 5 small kids, they were making some noise and chasing around at the lobby while we were checking in, one male staff warned us this was not appropriate. Yes, I respect the reminder but expect a more friendly approach. And I believe if the hotel allows to have children to stay in, they should anticipate how children behave. It was our first day arrival, with such unfriendly approached, it really spoilt our mood.
Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku is a chic hotel located in the busy Shinjuku business district of Tokyo, Japan. Newly renovated in 2007 with sleek lines and modern accents, this Tokyo Shinjuku hotel's guestrooms are both contemporary and inviting for business and leisure travelers. Spacious and considerate, Hotel Sunroute offers guests competitive prices with special discounts and deals and the choice of a variety of guestrooms to meet each party's specifications.
At the confluence of corporate skyscrapers and subway stations, this business hotel in Shinjuku is a magnet for business travelers. Travel around the Shinjuku and Tokyo area effortlessly via high-speed public transportation, which is just minutes away by foot. Shop one of the many department stores or travel outward to Mt. Fuji and the greater Tokyo area.
Hotel Sunroute invites guests and visitors to lounge in the Villazza restaurant and trattoria for an expertly prepared meal from a menu featuring traditional Italian fare. Unwind at the end of the day in our Shinjuku hotel at Bar Ku Kon, in the plush lounges lit by a crackling fire, while sipping on a premium cocktail or whiskey with colleagues or friends.