My wife and I very much enjoyed our stay at the Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku the first week of November, 2015. This was our first time in Japan and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the hotel & Shinjuku prefecture.
The hotel is well situated close to the Shinjuku transit station, the "busiest station in the world" according to one of our tour guides. It's very well situated a block or two away from the main roads & station itself, but with the huge underground station complex, there are seemingly endless entry and exit points to the station and excellent transit system.
The hotel is a full service hotel with a good restaurant. It has a large modern and well-appointed lobby. Our specific room was tiny by North American standards, but we both found the room to be one of the cleanest we have ever stayed in regardless of the price or star rating of the hotel.
The decor in our room was not new, but subtly modern & well maintained. Despite it's tiny size with the double bed against one wall, we felt quite comfortable once unpacked & settled. I found everything, especially the bathroom to be very efficiently planned and more practical than other larger places we have stayed. The Japanese are definitely very good at making the most of space available.
The bed was quite firm - suitable for Asian preferences - but may be a bit hard for some North American tastes. We both had no problems and felt relaxed in the morning. The room & AC were quiet, with no sound from neighbours.
Traveller from Calgary, Canada
Across the street from Shinjuku Station, the hotel is one km (one-half mile) from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building.More
I booked the hotel since I read the rooms are of good size and it has good star rating. It is also close to Shinjuku station.
The hotel was a bit of a walk from Shinjuku station but just check the map at the station if you are unsure. The hotel is shown there if I'm not mistaken.
Check in process was smooth. The room was spacious and we were very happy when we open the window in our room.
We have the view of the city. Right across is Takashimaya and they provided a paper to show what buildings are there that might be of our interest.
The service is top notch. The lady in the hotel shop kindly assisted us with sending our luggage to our next destination in Disneyland area.
The location is very convenient and we definitely will be staying in this hotel again if we are based in Shinjuku.
The only suggestion I would make is it would be good if they can provide a laundry room with washing machines and dryers for customers.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
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First hotel on arrival in Japan. Staff very welcoming, especially after long flight and travel from airport. A good hotel with useful facilities such as coin laundry. Best to book well in advance as very popular.
Traveller from UK
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Hotel was interesting as it is having a minion theme now. Room was clean and comfortable. A good gesture by the hotel to provide bubble bath. The lobby with the fish tank is eye-catching. Compared to other hotels around the region, this hotel is more interesting.
Traveller from Singapore
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"Central for walking to the Imperial Palace & other"
Staff were very friendly and helpful. Ask and it is delivered with a smile. Easy walking to key sites and the subway to others is around the corner. Nearby restaurants and convenience stores abound. The reception desk arrange a seamless door to door airport transfer at a very reasonable rate. Cold Asahi available on your floor.
We loved it.
Traveller from Bendigo, Australia
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