"Great spot great hotel"
Good clean room excellent location near station resteraunt etc. Shower is fantastic. Toilet is a Japanese experience. View is pretty spectacular as the hotel starts at level 20. Would recommend to anyone.
"Good central hotel "
First time staying here after my usual hotel had slipped & provided some disappointing stays. Pleasingly this hotel has made a great first impression. Their proximity to Shinjuku station was a massive plus, especially if arriving from the airport by train, or if you want to get out explore via the train network. For me was also only a 10-min taxi to our office, & each morning was someone down stairs who hailed me a taxi. The rooms were decent enough size for Tokyo standards, well fitted out & comfortable bed. I had an east facing room with great views of the city area. The gym was pretty small but had a couple of cardio machines but that was about it. I didn't try the breakfast so can't comment on that. But at this stage will become my new go to hotel when in Tokyo for work, & if I get back for vacation.
"Good Location, Great Service"
We took a bus from the airport to Shinjuku area and used Google Map to try to locate the hotel. Had a little difficulty but with a little luck we managed to find the hotel after about a 10-minute walk. The hotel entrance is different from what we used to see when we stayed at other hotels. It doesn't really look like a hotel entrance, more like an office building. We took the lift to the lobby area, which is on the 20th floor. Lobby area is large and comfortable and the view is great. Front office staff is very efficient and we were checked in quickly. The room is considered reasonably big (by Tokyo standards) and our room has a good view of the city. Room is clean and the basic toiletries (good quality) are provided. The hotel is near to the Shinjuku station and shopping malls. Lots of restaurants, cafes, bakeries and convenient stores just outside the hotel. It is very convenient for us to get what the things, food and drinks we want. We tried to make reservations with some of the restaurants in other areas in Tokyo and we asked for help at the Front Desk / Concierge. Not only did they called these restaurants to check if there are seats available, they also gave us directions on how to get to the restaurants. Extremely helpful staff. To get back to the airport, we purchased the bus tickets from the Front Desk. The bus picked us up at ground floor of the hotel and it is a hassle-free way to go back to the airport. Overall, a good experience staying in this hotel.
First of all, location cannot be any better, train station and subway is right next, shopping malls, restaurants are cross the street or bridge, shuttle bus from Haneda airport will stop at hotel front (need to ask airport staff which shuttle line to go), to navigate the big city from here is suddenly super easy. Hotel lobby is at 20th floor. Room is clean, spacious enough with beautiful view day and night, Mt. Fuji is amazing in distance (can see from restaurant too), we had breakfast in hotel, western and Japanese food, choices were limited,nothing fancy, lots of people and got quite noisy, seemed staff couldn't bring in food fast enough, I had to find staff to refill my coffee, but view is fantastic. A shopping tip, if you buy gifts, especially for kids, Tokyu Hands across bridge is an amazing store, they have all kinds of stationary, anything you can imagine and beyond!
"Perfect hotel in an amazing location! "
This was the best hotel I could have imagined staying at! We loved this place so much and thought it was an excellent value for the money! We stayed 5 nights and wish we could have stayed even more. Location - perfect. Walking distance to a countless number of restaurants, bars, activities, parks, convenient stores and anything else you could ever need. 3 minute walk to both shinjuku station which can take you literally anywhere you need to go, and yoyogi station. Nothing was more than a 20 minute commute from shinjuku station and all signs had English translations so it was so easy to navigate the entire city from this location. There is also a bakery called gontran cherrier just downstairs where we had breakfast every morning. Rooms - these are not the tiny tokyo rooms you hear about. I was expecting the room to be tiny based on what everyone said but was impressed to find that it was a great sized room with a real king bed. We stayed in the southern tower king which is the least expensive and supposedly doesn't have as good a view as the other rooms but look at the photos, the view was amazing! They give you tons of amenities, comfy PJs and everything. The bathroom was fairly standard but nice. For coffee lovers, there is instant coffee in the rooms but you can also get mini pour over coffee packs in the lobby shop which we did. We used the electric kettle in the room to make awesome coffee. The photos of these rooms don't really do them justice. They are minimalist style but the quality of everything in there feels very luxurious. The beds are extremely comfortable too. Service - great staff, everyone was so nice and helpful. Lobby shop - I know some people thought not having room service was a negative but we were out sightseeing all day and wanted to eat out so that didn't bother us. The lobby shop is basically a convenient store in the lobby that's open until 11 every night. We used it to buy pour over coffee and snacks for the room but you can also buy sandwiches and rice balls etc there for a quick meal. We arrived there at 10pm after a 20 hour travel day and being able to quickly grab a sandwich was a life saver. Prices were maybe 5-10 cents higher than other convenient stores so they really didn't mark things up like you might expect. Basically, this was the best hotel ever and if we are ever lucky enough to come back to tokyo we will definitely stay here again.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM