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Shinjuku Granbell Hotel - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Shinjuku Granbell Hotel

2-14-5 Kabuki-cho, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"Beautiful hotel"
Stunning hotel and room, with fantastic views of the city and mountain range from the restaurant and terrace bar (and the rooms above these). Friendly staff who speak great English and who are very helpful. Shinjuku is a great area with lots of restaurants, shopping and nightlife. The hotel is conveniently located near 3 train/subway stations, nishi-Shinjuku is the closest on foot. Many of the taxi drivers said they didn't know where the hotel is, BUT taxis in Japan can often say this to foreigners as they have had problems with getting the fare owed at the end of the journey.
Simon
Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku

5-15-8 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel right in Shinjuku"
Located near Shinjuku sanchome station. Short walk from most of Shinjuku's shops and restaurants.
A Traveller
Hotel Monterey La Soeur Ginza - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Monterey La Soeur Ginza

1-10-18 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"Service Exemplified"
After making the initial reservation I realized I had to add a day to the beginning of the stay. I mistakenly reserved the first day at Hotel Monterey Group's other hotel, the Hotel Monterey Ginza. I did not realize this and was in the second day of the reservation when I realized I was in the wrong hotel! I went down to the front desk and inquired as to why I was not told of my error. The response was "We had the room available and did not want to inconvenience you." This is how customer service is done properly. They could have asked me to relocate to the other hotel that I had reserved but did not. I will not even consider staying anywhere else on my next visit to Tokyo.
Vinny from Raynham, MA
Centurion Hotel Ikebukuro - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Centurion Hotel Ikebukuro

1-8-9 Higashi Ikebukuro, Tokyo - Map
 
 
Capsule and Sauna Oriental - Male Only - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 1.5 Stars

Capsule and Sauna Oriental - Male Only

6-9-9 Ueno, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"great experience in the middle of it all"
This was something different! When we wanted to take a shower, we found out that there aren't any western style showers around, everything is communal! We were a little apprehensive at first (being naked around others), but no one cares, no one will look at you. The idea is that you're a guest at the sauna with a sleepover (capsule). You'll be requested to walk around in their attire (robes), and you'll have free use of the sauna facilities, which is great. There's a hot & cold pool, as well as a sauna. What is irritating is the procedure you have to go through when going out/coming in. At arrival, take off your shoes after leaving the elevator to the 4th floor. Go to the desk, check in (some staff don't speak english though), and you'll have to place your shoes in the shoes locker. After that, you'll be handed the luggage locker key (they're small, you may have to place any suit cases in the locker area). Each time you go out, you'll have to hand in your locker key, and you'll be given a piece of paper on which is written your locker number. When coming back, you have to hand them the piece of paper, you'll be given the locker key, and you'll have to change to the sauna robes... The place has a late 70s, early 80s feel to it, which I thought was great. The capsules are OK to sleep in.Do bring your ear plugs if you're a light sleeper. They don't have a lock! So keep your valuables in the locker.
Martijn from Netherlands
Imperial Hotel - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Imperial Hotel

1-1-1 Uchisaiwaicho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"I did not want to leave."
It was the most relaxing, comfy and luxuriating experience I had during my visit to Japan, staying at this hotel! I had stayed at three other hotels and this hotel was the best! I knew it was going to be a hectic trip for me, so I booked a room at this hotel for the latter part of the trip to recuperate. What a wonderful stay it turned out to be--I deserved it and I got it, and then some! I did not want to leave!
Fumiko from Los Angeles
Hotel Monterey Hanzomon - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Monterey Hanzomon

23-1 Ichiban-cho, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"Excellent location & value for money"
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the hotel Monterey hanzomon and had very few complaints. Firstly the location is excellent with the underground being right across the road. Also it was close to a very nice bakery just up the road and Starbucks not that much further. The room was spotless and the bathroom was very attractive and was very well appointed with handy things like shaving kits and toothbrushes and toothpaste. The bed was great too and room service was very efficient. The only 2 complaints I have was there was no gym and the breakfast was ok but this didn't matter too much with the bakery being so close.
Stephen from Perth Australia
In downtown Tokyo’s Hanzomon Area, this 13-story hotel is 56 km (35 miles) from Narita International Airport.Hotel Monterey …More
Shinjuku Prince Hotel - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Shinjuku Prince Hotel

1-30-1 Kabuki-cho, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"Great hotel close to Shinjiku station."
Everything about this hotel is good from my experience. Having been to Japan several times I know what to expect from hotels. Clean, efficient, great location. As a single traveler it's perfect. As a couple or family, you may want to go for the larger rooms as things are pretty tight in Japanese hotels. You will have to learn to live out of your suitcase as there are no draws or cabinets for clothes. A minor issue for me.
Archie from Melb, Australia
Keio Plaza Tokyo - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Keio Plaza Tokyo

2-2-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"Close to downtown."
Checked in and out and in and out and in and out. Smooth every time.
Joe from Stevens Point, WI
Hilton Tokyo - Tokyo Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Hilton Tokyo

6-6-2, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo - Map
 
 
"Great service - quiet location on weekends"
We had a special request ahead of our visit to buy one of the hotel's yukatas. The housekeeping team were tasked and delivered beautifully! Shuttle bus to and from the amazing Shinjuku station worked seamlessly, and the location was pretty easy for newbies to access the subway and therefore all of Tokyo! The breakfast room on Sunday was the busiest I'd seen in a long time!
Margie from Sydney Australia

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    Where to stay in Tokyo?

    Tokyo is a vast city with so much for visitors to see and do, and Expedia.com.au’s range of hotels in Tokyo makes it easy to experience the city to the fullest. Whether you are here for pleasure or business, you will certainly be staying in comfort, thanks to the excellent facilities on offer.

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    The metropolitan area of Tokyo covers more than 2000 square kilometres, and there is plenty to discover around every corner. The sprawling Imperial Palace in Chiyoda district has exquisite gardens and parts of the interior are accessible to the public when the royal family are not in residence. The country’s indigenous Shinto faith is still widely respected, and the city has many temples that can be visited, notably the Meiji Jingu shrine in Shibuya district.

    To get an idea of the true scale of the city and for some incredible views, head to the top of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building in Shinjuku.

    Living Tokyo

    Tokyo is most famous for its culture and subcultures, and visits to the city’s different neighbourhoods are real journeys of discovery. The excellent mass transit system makes it really easy to hop around the city. It is clean, safe and efficient, with information in Japanese and English, although it can be a bit confusing, so take some time to get used to it and ask your Tokyo hotel for advice if unsure.

    Chuo district, north of the centre, is known as a high-class area, with luxury shops and restaurants. The Ginza Blossom theatre puts on regular shows in the area. Chiyoda district, next door to this, is Tokyo’s “Electric Town”, where you can buy any technology products and gadgets you want, and has attracted many gamers as a result. The anime/manga subculture is particularly prevalent here.

    For a taste of traditional Tokyo, head to Taito district in the heart of Old Tokyo, which is well known for its temples, especially the magnificent Sensoji, Tokyo’s biggest Buddhist temple. Or for the ultimate in youth fashion, visit Yoyogi Park in Harajuku (East Tokyo) on a Sunday, where the various subcultures display their trends and socialise.

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