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From journal Tokyo and Beyond, Ancient Meets Modern
August 28, 2005
From journal Trapped in Tokyo
November 6, 2004
The room is clean and efficient. We stayed in a twin room, and there was just enough room to maneuver around the beds and sit in the small chairs by the shoji screen window to watch TV or look out over the city skyline. I'm sure each room has a great view of the Shinjuku Business District. The bathroom is clean and neat, but nothing fancy.
The service was wonderful. The staff is comfortable speaking English and will go out of their way to answer any of your questions, of which I had many.
The hotel has many amenities. The Kinko’s in the lobby is very convenient if you want to log in and check your email. The fee was ¥200 for 10 minutes. There are several restaurants in the hotel and in the shopping mall below the hotel, but we found that the 24-hour Denny's across the street met our budget and served great American or blended coffee. They also serve a variety of Japanese and American meals. There is also a Starbucks next door to the Denny's. I understand that there is a tennis court and a pool, but I did not have a chance to try them out.
This hotel can be somewhat pricy, but if you book it as part of an airline package, like I did, it is a wonderful deal.
The only drawback of staying here is that you are in the middle of the Shinjuku Business District. You will step out among tall skyscrapers. Just a few minutes away, however, you can visit exciting Shinjuku station, enjoy great shopping at Takashima Times Square, or view the city from the top of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building.
From journal Tokyo-Tokyo Hilton in Shinjuku
Depew, New York
February 7, 2004
There were several restaurants in the hotel. Shinjuku Station and many stores within a 10-minute walk or you could ride the free shuttle, which also took about 10 minutes. There were stores and restaurants on the lower level of the hotel. A Kinko’s was located on the ground floor. You could use the computers to access the internet for a reasonable fee.
The people at the desk spoke English and were very helpful. They had maps and directions to reach various sights. There is a concierge also. The airport bus drops you off and picks you up at the front exit for a fee.
The breakfast buffet is excellent and consists of traditional Japanese food as well as American breakfasts. It is pricey, though, at about $28 per person.
From journal Tokyo-Cosmopolitan and Friendly
by Sally Reed
September 25, 2000
From journal Japan