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Offering a restaurant and a fitness centre, Odakyu Hotel Century Southern Tower is located in Tokyo. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with air conditioning. Very well located and appointed hotel. Rooms very clean and most adequate.
High above Shinjuku’s lively streets, the wide windows of Park Hyatt Tokyo’s spacious rooms offer beautiful views of Mount Fuji or Shinjuku. An indoor pool and 52nd-floor restaurant are featured. The staff are amazing. I felt very looked after.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nishi-Shinjuku in Tokyo features 3-star accommodation with a shared lounge. Overall we loved our stay here. The staff was friendly and helpfull, the location was at a good...
Opened in August 2014, this hotel is located just a 3-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station, offering direct access to Harajuku, Shibuya and Akihabara areas, all within a 20-minute train ride. The location ,the room and the smile of staff.
Just 150 metres from Shinjuku Nishi-guchi Subway Station and a 5-minute walk from Shinjuku Train Station, IBIS Hotel Shinjuku has rooms with an LCD TV and a private bath. Their staff are multi language and helpful. The location is huge bonus...
Right next to the lively Kabukicho area, Shinjuku Prince Hotel is a 5-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station. It features massage services and a Japanese restaurant with panoramic city views. I loved the location! It was located across from an alley with lots of restaurants and bars and very...
Nishitetsu Inn Shinjuku is a short 2-minute walk from Nishi-Shinjuku Subway Station and an 8-minute walk from Shinjuku Train Station. I mistakenly booked smoking room and I could smell it so I asked the staff whether it would be...
Located in central Shinjuku just a 4-minute walk from Shinsen-Shinjuku Station and JR Shinjuku Station, Hotel Sunroute Plaza features rooms with satellite TV and free WiFi. Great location 5mins walk to Shinjuku train station and express bus station to Fuji
Go there not only to visit the sightseeing platform on the 45th floor, but do have lunch in the publicly open canteen. (Ordering is done by dish numbers, the dishes are on display, and you can see what you get, so it's not super hard.)
Definitely worth a visit, especially as it was free! Fantastic views from the observation deck. There were also lovely English speaking volunteer guides who can take you on a full tour of the buildings. We unfortunately didn’t have time to do the free tour as it took 1 hour, but we’d make time if we knew about it.
I have been twice (once on each trip). It’s a great alternative to the Sky Tree as it’s free. They have signs near each window with QR codes which tell you a little bit about the main buildings and landmarks. If you go on a clear day you can see Fuji in the distance.
I would rate it higher for the view, however, the walk to get there was very far and unexpected. It was a covered walk though, so that helped. There is a cute toy store in the center and a restaurant if you want to sit and watch the view of Tokyo city. I enjoyed taking memory photos in the photo machine.
Remember to get up to the free observatory at the 45th floor of each tower! Opening hours of the two towers are different and shown in the building atrium. In the Northern side of the atrium is a hall with cultural activities aimed to tourists in order to let them know more about Japanese culture and traditions.