This is simply a perfect hotel experience. The quality of facilities is impressive, the rooms are spacious and opulent, and the view from rooms is amazing (rooms start from 42nd floor and up).
Those that have seen the Lost in Translation movie will recognise features of this hotel in the movie, but it truly doesn't do it justice.
We travelled with 2 small children and the rooms/staff accommodated all our needs- baby cots, bed guards, quiet rooms, children's toiletries, bathrobes, and even small pyjamas. The kids were extra excited about new toys and snacks that were waiting for them in the room.
The hotel (buffet) breakfast was decent.
But at the end of the day it was the staff that accommodated for every request with great enthusiasm and commitment. Put simply, they treated us as if we lived there.
It was good experience to stay in that hotel. The auction was good, the sourwding erea and the views was great. But the breakfast for people not use to eat Japanese food its not that nice and there weren't vairty of choice.
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.
The Tokyo Stay Shinjuku opened in early 2015 and the facilities in the room are excellent. We only had a small double room, which was a little cramped by most Western standards. The aircon was good, the bed was very comfortable, the shower was great and the Japanese "washlet" toilet was fine once we got used to it. There was a TV (Japanese channels only), microwave, kettle, mini-fridge and washer dryer. A bit more room would have been nice, but that would have cost more than our budget. There are subway entrances to Shinjuku-Sanchome station close by including one with a lift to the street. It is one stop on the subway to Shinjuku station, which is a major rail hub for Tokyo. Breakfast was included in our package and this was a buffet breakfast at the adjoining Bar 371.
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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