Rooms are tiny but i was traveling on business and it was perfect for 1 person. Rooms have a massive LCD TV and it didn't feel cheap. Very well thought out interior and fitments so I didn't mind the small space. Hotel is modern looking and very clean. Best feature of the hotel is the onsen spa on the top floor which includes an outdoor onsen (Free for all hotel guests). I would stay at this hotel again simply for this!
Traveller from Hong Kong
Located in Kabukicho, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Omoide Yokocho, Shinjuku Golden Gai, and Hanazono-jinja …More
Big rooms, excellent location. I just hate the boring and bland breakfast, which doesn't meet Japanese standards. Sure it looks nice, but there has been no variation for all the years I have had to visit here for business. I would go elsewhere for breakfast but as we travel as a group, it's easier to meet in the hotel.
Traveller from London
Located in Nakano, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall …More
Stayed at this hotel for 6 days in November 2017. The hotel is located near Waseda University. The nearest train station is the Metro Tozai line Waseda Station which is about a 9 min walk. There is also a shuttle service to the JR Yamanote Line Takadanobaba Station. The hotel is situated in a quiet part of the city. The hotel lobby is very spacious and is decorated in an older, classy, vintage motif. There are several desks located in one corner of the lobby where they sit you down and check you in. The rooms are bigger than Japanese standards and are as big as most of the rooms back in the US. For the most part, room 1016 was clean except for a dirty spot on the inside of the comforter and no top bed sheet. A call to the front desk quickly fixed that problem. All the tv stations were Japanese except for 2 American stations which were translated into Japanese using voice over. Staff were very polite and friendly.
During this stay, ate at the Naniwa Japanese Restaurant on the first night. I recommend skipping this restaurant during dinner and instead eat somewhere else. The prices are very expensive and the food is not that great. I would try UberEats instead. UberEats is a food delivery service that deliver many of the food places around the area.
Traveller from riverside, ca
Located in Shinjuku, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from Waseda University and within 3 mi (5 km) of Tokyo Dome and Yasukuni …More
The city’s largest, fastest, and biggest call this neighborhood home. In addition to the world’s largest automobile showroom (Toyota Amlux), it boasts the fastest escalator (at the Tokyo Metropolitan Building Art Space) and two of the world’s largest department stores. A 10-hectare garden, one of Tokyo’s best, is just three subway stops from here.