"Stayed 5 nights 10/14-19, good choice of hotel"
I booked this hotel a good 3 months ahead of my travel dates as they have pretty good deals for 3 and 5 night stays, I was given a room on the 31st floor with good views, hotel was too booked up to upgrade to a even better category of view rooms. All staff i came into contact with were helpful and personable, as a solo traveler i bypassed their daily breakfast buffet and instead went to nearby Gontran Cheerier for my breakfast needs, but i can easily see where traveling with family/kids the breakfast buffet option would come in handy. drink vending machine and ice machine on each floor. nice sized bathtub for either a late night or early morning soak to ease your bones after the usual 5 miles of daily walking. nice access to Shinjuku St. just be sure to take the correct station exit (clear signage in English) as there are many. this hotel suited my needs would have no qualms booking again here
Situated on the 20:th floor. Beautiful scenery from the hotel bar, were not able to book any of the restaurants in the hotel, just sneaked in and had a look and in looken nice. Quiet hotel whit all the neccessary services available.
"Great location and service"
Room had a very good view of Tokyo and are spacious (compared to normal Tokyo hotel rooms). Staff are very nice and speaks good English and are helpful. Got airport limousine service at the ground floor. Convenient location, across from New Woman/Shinjuku Bus Terminal/JR Shinjuku station and Takashima Department store (with Tokyu Hands), few minutes walk from the other department stores and central Shinjuku. Good price compared to other hotels in the area.
"Great views and great location"
The hotel is almost directly above Shinjuku Station which makes it very convenient to access all parts of Tokyo. There is also a terrace and walking bridge that rests above the station that has your basic necessities of travel (Starbucks, bakery, even a Krispy Kreme to my daughter's delight). This terrace is just outside the 2nd floor of the hotel building and leads to the Takashimaya department store (see inside for plenty of restaurants and a food hall). Since the hotel basically starts on the 21st floor, you will have an amazing view no matter what floor you are on and what direction you face. They even include a view map in the room so you know what you are looking at. The King room we stayed in was decent sized by Japan standards and a fridge which came in handy to keep my toddler's milk cold over our stay. I was even able to get my Chromecast to work on the TV using the room Wifi, a rare feat for a hotel. Since there are not any English channels, this was a nice treat at the end of a long day of walking the city. Further to the location, it is in a relatively quiet and tidy pocket of Shinjuku but is still a short walk to the hustle and bustle (and a safe but close distance from Kabukicho). All in all, we had no complaints and truly enjoyed our stay.
"Room with a view in a busy district"
The hotel is about 8 minutes walk from the Shinjuku JR station, 15 minutes from the metro lines. It's not right next to the station, you have to cross the street. Guest rooms start from 21st floor, so you won't hear the noise from the train or traffic. I got a scenic twin-bed room on 34th floor, room is pretty big in Japanese standard. Very nice view of the city, I can even see Tokyo tower at far distance. The hotel is very quiet, don't know if it's due to good sound-proofing walls or the quests are quiet. The comforter is a bit too thick & warm for the season. Lots of shopping & eating places near the station.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM