Easily accessible by subway. Walking distance to Shinjuku district and rail station. Hotel is clean and comfortable. Room small compared to North American standards. Small breakfast buffet area with not much selection. Great little bathroom with amenities and heated bidet toilet. Room has washer dryer combo and pant press. A few restaurants nearby but little or no English spoken. McDonalds's located next door. Small markets nearby.
Spent a pleasant 3 nights here at the end of my holiday in Japan, the staff were very friendly and the room was comfortable.
Unfortunately my room had generators outside the window which gave off noise all the time but it wasn't too bothersome, I'm a poor sleeper and I managed to sleep fine with the sound. Other than this the hotel was very quiet.
Location is great, about 10 minutes from Shinjuku station and right next to Shinjuku-sanchrome (underground). There's plenty to do in easy walking distance such as shops, food, parks, sightseeing and nightlife.
I chose APA Hotel Shinjuku Kabukicho because it was located right in the heart of Shinjuku and was priced fairly based on the prices I was seeing in the area for the days I was staying. I had read reviews and some said the rooms were small. I didn't realize just how small until we walked into our shoebox of a room. It was tiny! Me and my husband could barely walk into the room with our luggage. We didn't even have space to put down our luggage. I had to squeeze mines in between the bed and the table. My husband had to put his precariously in the walkway outside of the bathroom. The room is as long as the length of a full size bed. The bathroom is small too. No room to even dry yourself off outside the tub. Size issue aside, the room has all your basic amenities (except closet). It's newly renovated and everything feels updated and new. Unfortunately, our room faced the street so it was a little noisy at night and we had a hard time getting a good night's sleep.
Overall, I would recommend this hotel if you're looking for a fairly priced small hotel located right in the heart of Shinjuku. If you are very particular about comfort and sleep however, I would suggest finding a bigger and more expensive hotel room.
Keio Plaza was a good base to explore Tokyo from. Lobby area is very busy in the morning as a lot of tours seem to leave from here and there is only minimal seating. Restaurants busy in the morning and we had to queue for breakfast, but the queues cleared quickly. Room was very comfortable and quiet. The lifts seemed very speedy for a hotel of this size. I would stay here again.
We picked this hotel because it was close to Shinjuku station but still resonably cheap. It delivered on both counts there. Like a lot of Tokyo hotels, it looks pretty dated inside, but of you're not concerned about the decor this is a good place to stay.
An amazing hotel super close to shinjuku station. The staff were so polite and the room was always cleaned to the highest standard. The breakfast buffet was a little pricey, but super good and worth the money.
Very well located in Shinjuku, minutes away from the station and a plethora of shopping and dining options. Room was large and very comfortable. The only downside was that you needed to elevators to reach your room but this is only a small problem. Overall highly recommended.
The bed was quite comfortable, good wifi, decent breakfast (the pumpkin and corn soup was wonderful), good shower. Only negative was the size of the room: very, very small. No room for suitcase to be left open and no place to unpack.
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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