"Very good hotel"
Stayed 2 nights at the end of a holiday in Japan.Nice room with western style beds which you will appreciate after sleeping on futons elsewhere.Helpful staff including being given a table,at breakfast,with Mount Fuji views,well just about but good.Ate in one night in the Japanese restaurant which was good but pricey.Lots of restaurants close by.Very helpful tourist office at the adjoining station which has a direct train to Narita airport but you need to check times as not as frequent as you might think.Overall good place to stay in Tokyo.
"Great locations and service"
Great hotel and superb location on the yamanote line. I liked the convenience shop next to the elevator and the breakfast was simply awesome. I haven't tried the restaurants though: these looked quite expensive compared to what you'd get downtown. Even if you don't speak Japanese there is always a way to figure things out. The only glitch in my trip was the breakfast coupon. I understood those where the proof the breakfast was pre-paid but it turns out it is a discount. That's wasn't clear at all. I'll surely come back next time I am in the area.
"Great location and a nice rooms."
Stayed there 2 times in November and both rooms was excellent. Good breakfast on the 20th floor with a great view of the city, The hotel is only a stone trow away from shinjuku station and there is lots of things to do and eat in the area.
"Great hotel in a great location"
We stayed here for four nights and found it to be very comfortable and very convenient. As noted in other reviews, it is very close to a major transit hub and this made getting around easy. We were also pleasantly surprised by how quiet the hotel was despite the central location. Good food options were nearby. The room itself was good sized and the staff was very helpful. I would not hesitate to stay here again.
"Convenient location, large rooms, great view"
This hotel is an excellent value. We chose a room with panoramic view. 1) It's located extremely close to the Shinjuku station, about a 2min walk to the closest entrance. Considering Shinjuku station is the busiest in Japan, this puts you in middle of the action, giving you an excellent base for excursions. 2) The rooms are modern, large, and well-equipped. Our room even has motorized shades. Rooms with panoramic view is about 50% larger than the standard room and I highly recommend it. The room is large for its price range, with a king bed, sofa, ottoman, coffee table and doesn't feel cramped at all. Down in the lobby-level are sevel high-end restaurants, and even a convenience store, though going outside gets you much better value and variety. 3) Our panoramic room offers excellent view to the south-west, which would be Shibuya and beyond. Unlike other hotels which advertise a view but all you get to do is stare at an apartment block and a parking lot, here the room wraps around the building's corner for an expanded view. Only gripe is the privacy shade on a portion of it, presumably to prevent us from peering into other guestrooms so it's understandable. Instead of a 270-deg view, we got 180-deg, but oh what a view. Since it's next to the station we can see trains going in/out of the station all hours of the day. Great for the train otaku. During our stay, Kanto region experienced an early November snowfall. The next day weather cleared up and we can see snow-covered Mount Fuji, with only 1/5 obscured by the Yozemi building in the way.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM