Great hotel with great views over the city. Spacious rooms and very helpful staff. I cannot fault the hotel at all. They had a free shuttle bus to the station every 20 minutes.
The only problem for us was location we should have stayed closer to Tokyo and Disneyland. As we promised our daughter a couple of days at Disneyland.
Staff gave us a detailed sheet on how to get to Disneyland via the trains.
We stayed at this hotel since we were meeting our tour group here to climb Mt. Fuji. The location is close to Shinjuku station which was nice when arriving from Narita airport. The staff were friendly and helpful, especially when we forwarded our luggage to Kyoto. The restaurant where we had breakfast was fine and opened at 5:00 AM which worked out well since our tour started at 6:15 AM. The room was clean and the beds comfortable. If I was staying in Shinjuku again I would not hesitate to stay at the Keio Plaza Hotel.
We could afford to stay here only thanks to a big-discount coupon -- special treat! The lobby is spartan and not inviting, but with the spectacular views from the rooms, who cares? Those overlooking Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bldg. (Tōkyō Tochō), are especially pleasing. That building has two observation towers that are free and one is open into the evening for the night views.
"Excellent Hotel in the Heart of Exciting Shinjuku."
My wife and I stayed four nights in Hotel Gracery Shinjuku in late July. The hotel amenities were excellent. Staff were very friendly and helpful. We had a "Superior Twin" room that had two single beds. Typical Japanese style extra firm mattress and thin pillow, but was sufficiently comfortable. Room size was reasonable for Tokyo. Room was very quiet at all hours. Several modern restaurants in the hotel complex and even a 7-11 on the ground floor. Internet reception was excellent in our room on 27th floor. Very close to east exit from Shinjuku Station. Very vibrant location with lots activity well into the night. I would definitely stay in Hotel Gracery Shinjuku again and recommend it to others?
We stayed here for 5 nights on a vacation trip to Tokyo. The hotel is very modern and has a good number of restaurants and other services on the property. This includes an underground mall area that has a 24 hr convenience store and a tunnel that leads directly to the nishi-shinkjunku metro stop. There is also a bus service from the hotel that runs directly to Narita. The staff is excellent and the level of service is what you would expect at a high end business hotel. I would particularly recommend the bar on the 2nd floor where we stopped everyday after sight-seeing. The cocktail menu was great and the bartenders were very nice and attentive.
It was a wonderful experience to stay 4 nights at Hundred Stay Shinjuku in our trip to Tokyo. There was a big Wow factor when we enter the triple beds suite 1612. It is specious compared to even American size hotel room. Nice view to look down at Tokyo metropolitian. Staff were friendly. Breakfast, though same everyday, was nice to wake up to. Very accessibe to Okubo and Shinokubo station. My daughter loved the Udon restaurant downstairs. Highly recommended. Will come back here next time.
This sprawling business, commercial, and entertainment center never lets up. It is a modern Japanese phenomenon with shopping arcades, flashing neon signs, stand-up noodle bars, and side-street video screens. Some two million people pass through the train station alone. Futuristic-looking City Hall offers a free observation deck with great city views.
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