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Romantic Hotels Near Makaha

Romantic Hotels Near Makaha in Tokyo

4.5/5Excellent2081 Reviews
2.06km from Makaha
The room is really small and very Japanese in design. Although the sparrow is small and full of internal organs, the sanitary conditions are okay, especially the bathtub. It is very clean and tidy. It is suitable for one person to travel. The bus to the airport can be booked at the front desk. It is very convenient. The service attitude is good. There is Chinese service. What is amazing is that there is an ice machine in the corridor. The only drawback is that the sound insulation is not ideal.
FromUS$39
4.5/5Excellent1410 Reviews
3.06km from Makaha
You can take a bus from Narita to the hotel and get off at Odakyu Department Store, but the fare is very expensive. Adults are 3200 yen per person. It is cheaper to take JR, but the bus is more convenient. The area around the hotel is very lively and the transportation is very convenient. It is opposite to Kabukicho, and Shinjuku Station is downstairs. There are many convenience stores in the surrounding area.
FromUS$44
4.5/5Excellent24 Reviews
3.17km from Makaha
The room is large but old. The room is dark. There is no landscape at all. The window is very close to the opposite building and is very cramped. Cold air is not good. The room was a bit hot. The window can't be opened again. Will not stay again next time. This is a distance from the five stars. The location is not lost. Downstairs is the subway. Walking to Omotesando is not far away. About 20 minutes.
FromUS$258
4.6/5Outstanding3083 Reviews
3.26km from Makaha
The hotel has an excellent location, super convenient access, complete facilities and good service. It is recommended for those who love shopping. The only regret is the small area. We chartered the car around for four days and went back and forth every day. It was okay.
FromUS$51
4.2/5Very Good395 Reviews
3.54km from Makaha
Size of the room type: Considering the price point, it can be considered in Shinjuku area. After all, you can't expect a large area of 20-30 square meters for a few hundred blocks. By the way, if the luggage is too large, it may not be easy to expand. Transportation: It is close to the subway station Shinjuku Sanchome, but it is not particularly close. You need to walk a long way. There are various undocumented inside houses. Unfortunately, foreigners dare not look into it. It seems that there is no other comment on living at high levels at night It ’s so noisy, and the sound insulation of the room has not been actually tested, anyway, it is quite satisfactory From the perspective of personal travel, overall is pretty good
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4.1/5Very Good157 Reviews
Tokyo|2.2km from downtown
Cleanliness Top class with no holes. However, I didn't know the location and the extension number of the front desk for air conditioning during the night, so when I called with my cell phone, the cleaner mistakenly said that I was checking out or I couldn't call the front desk from the room. The staff, who were as ignorant as I thought, responded. Elevators are also not recommended as we do not know the entrance to the elevators to the lower and upper floors at all.
FromUS$149
4.7/5Outstanding888 Reviews
Tokyo Tower Area Tokyo|2.41km from downtown
The room is arranged on the 18th floor, facing the Tokyo Tower. It’s so happy 🥳...The breakfast is on the 33rd floor. It is not luxurious and exquisite. Facing the tower view, I feel comfortable and have a great appetite! There are Tokyo Tower, parks, gardens, and Zojoji Temple, the tomb of General Tokugawa’s family, so adults and children can stroll around. The room facilities are very pleasant: not to mention the separation of dry and wet, the bathtub and the shower are separated, and it feels great!
FromUS$158
4.7/5Outstanding789 Reviews
Tokyo|3km from downtown
The hotel location is very good, the traffic is very convenient, two subway stations are just outside the door, there are a lot of eating and shopping in the next two or three business districts, there is a shopping mall diagonally opposite, there is a Chinese restaurant on the ground floor, the cost is very high, the taste is also very good . The breakfast in the hotel itself is very good. There are three places to eat. The western breakfast on the top floor is the best, followed by the western food on the Lobby floor. The Japanese breakfast on the Lobby floor is exquisite but not full. The room is clean and hygienic. The area for two adults with one child is large enough. The bed is wide enough. The large bed is 2 meters wide. The garden inside the hotel is very beautiful, the garden is a standard Japanese garden, and there is an artificial waterfall. Generally speaking, it is very suitable for parent-child travel!
FromUS$114
4.7/5Outstanding1193 Reviews
Shinjuku Tokyo|6.74km from downtown
Many places have been amazed by just staying in this hotel for two days. Needless to say, the hygiene of most hotels in Japan is very good. The charm of this hotel is that the service is really good, whether it is the staff at the service counter or the reception staff at the door, they treat any guest with a smile on their faces and politely. I remember when I checked in, the young lady who received me talked and laughed with me with a smile on her face. The service was superb. And there is also a service to deliver food to the room, especially during the epidemic, it is very convenient without having to go out to eat. The cost of meals is a bit expensive, and the taste depends on personal preference. It looks more delicate. I have ordered some meals, they taste great and they taste very satisfying.
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Makaha hotels Review

4.5/519 Reviews
Shibuya
The front desk of the hotel is Chinese and can speak Chinese. It is a shopping street when you go out. It is very convenient to buy and buy. There are also many pipes for eating. Turn left when you go out. It takes 10 minutes to walk to the subway. The neighborhood belongs to the bar street area, and there are many people at night. The door of the hotel is not very obvious. The lights are dim like a warehouse.
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FromUS$54
4.8/533 Reviews
There is a Starbucks flagship store at the door. The cherry blossom season in April is super beautiful on this side. There are many places to eat, delicious and close, and the traffic is very convenient. The bus across the road is directly to Shibuya, and you can walk. To Daikanyama. The hotel is very quiet and clean. The shampoo and shower gel are all pola. The room type I set is 30 square meters. It is super convenient to have a washing machine and microwave.
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FromUS$48
4.5/538 Reviews
Shibuya
It is very close to Omotesando, Shibuya, Harajuku, the only thing that is not enough is to climb a crossover bridge every time I come back. Booked in advance for a twin room in March with more than 1,000 points a day, saving a lot of subway fees, and it is suitable to walk to live in a tide brand. There is no convenience store and a cafe next to breakfast. Eat a breakfast cafe You can smoke a few cups and even gadgets. Every day, the hotel will take two bottles of water at the front desk. They are all very polite. They take the bath ball with the men's oil free of charge. If you do n’t need water, they chase the elevator and ask if you want it. The twin room we booked is not big and can only open one big box at a time. It is very satisfying if we haven't lived too big. The most surprising thing is that there is a special Q kettle for makeup mirror, and soundproofing in the corridor. The 8th floor wallpaper is the kitten's 4th floor wallpaper is blue. The rooms are non-smoking ...
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FromUS$40
4.4/5139 Reviews
Shibuya
I stayed in the 25-meter twin room for the first three days. I didn't expect the design to be problematic. It was divided into several small areas and the room was not big, but the location was very satisfactory. It was ten minutes from the Harajuku Omotesando Shibuya. It’s just 15 minutes from going to Haneda Line in Shibuya to Haneda Airport. In particular, I have to push the baggage from the South Exit. There is a lift that I can’t find. I have to find a staff member to send us in the past. It is really dizzying. The navigation said 40 minutes, the actual use of 65 minutes, into the station is much better. There is no Chinese at the front desk of the hotel. Some English is very good, and the accommodation exchange is still successful. However, I would like to ask if I can go to the airport and go to the mouth of the valley. I can’t make it clear that I have gone out of my own sweat. It is also said that it takes 400 yen to call the car to help the taxi. I don't know if I understand the mistake. Every morning, the hotel has a car to the east exit of the Shibuya Yamanote Line. Unfortunately, we did not catch up at night. It is close to Meiji Jingu Shrine and Yoyogi Park. It takes at least 8 minutes before the subway Meiji Jingu Shrine. Fortunately, there are many shops nearby, and it is time to walk.
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FromUS$57
3.9/514 Reviews
Shibuya
Breakfast is not much, but if you don’t want to go out, you can only eat in advance.
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FromUS$88
2.6/513 Reviews
Shinjuku
It’s close to Shinjuku Station. It’s convenient to travel alone.
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FromUS$79
4.7/57 Reviews
Amazing little hotel. The staff, very professional. The room, fantastic for the size. They offer free soft serve ice cream and drinks ..... how cool is that!! Would definitely come back. Great location near train stops , shops near by for small things eg:7elev... some restaurants and McDonald’s near by also.
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FromUS$46
4.9/58 Reviews
ダブルを1人で利用しました。 部屋はコンパクトでシンプル。 設備には少し古さを感じるものの、清掃が行き届いているので快適に過ごせました。 フロントで充電器や爪切り等の貸出しや、化粧品のパウチも置いてあるので急な宿泊でも安心。 駅から徒歩5秒、1階はレストラン、近くにはコンビニがあるので便利です。飲み物に関しても、ミネラルウォーターやお茶はサービス、廊下に自販機もあるので満足です。 朝食のバイキングも和・洋揃っていて、美味しくいただきました。パンがすごく美味しかったです。 殆ど寝るだけですので、設備やサービスには満足しています。
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FromUS$59
5/516 Reviews
Shibuya
I went to the Tokyo exam. I lived in a single room on the first day. I didn’t sleep well one night. I went to the hotel on the third day the next day. The health was very good, the service was very intimate, the room was very new and clean, I I don't want to leave, and it is worth mentioning that it is very human, and there are hot springs on the second floor! All the shampoo and hair care brands are branded, the hair dryers are very tall, in short, I have lived in the best single hotel so far, so I fell in love with the capsule hotel, the hotel location is also very good, walking from the business district In 8 minutes, the guests were very conscious at night, very quiet, no very noisy situation, entrepreneurial is very comfortable, sleep until dawn, if there is a chance, will definitely go again! By the way, with the food you eat nearby, the tomato noodles must be tasted!
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FromUS$37
4.4/528 Reviews
Shibuya
I am fully satisfied. A washing machine with a drying function, a microwave oven, an electric stove, a frying pan, etc. in the room are nice facilities for a long-term stay. I think it's a little expensive to say that breakfast is a fixed price of about 1,000 yen. It may be because the corona virus has changed from a buffet style to a plate, but I personally feel that I might choose about 600 yen. This time, I found from the reservation comparison site that the cheapest plan included breakfast at a lower price than Rakuten, so I added breakfast.
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FromUS$47
3.8/528 Reviews
Shibuya
The hotel is very general, as a business trip is more convenient near the company. It was hard to eat before breakfast. At the front desk, there is a very tall man named "Sai San", there is a female "Yongjin San" and there are two short hair girls who are very good.
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FromUS$61
4.6/5139 Reviews
Shibuya
A direct bus from Narita Airport to the hotel downstairs takes a long time. Hotel service is very good and clean, English service at the front desk is very good. There are several restaurants in the hotel, so eating is convenient and tastes good. Just a few minutes away is Shibuya Pedestrian Street. There is a lot of people, but there are many places to eat and to go shopping. The size of the room is really quite large in a Japanese hotel, the floors are very high, with large windows, the view is very good, the night view is particularly beautiful, we can also see the Tokyo Tower. Overall it is very satisfactory.
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FromUS$149
4.5/5221 Reviews
Shibuya
The location is very good, just above the Shibuya subway. Japanese hotels basically have nothing to say, different grades but very clean. This is a five-star hotel. Maybe because of the location, the price is a bit high, the rooms are not large, and the facilities are complete. I live alone and the space is enough. You can see the landmarks of the net red outside the window, and also sent Kose's toiletries. Breakfast is also rich and very satisfied.
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FromUS$56
4.6/557 Reviews
Shibuya
The location is great. I'm glad it was clean, but I was worried that there was remaining hot water in the electric kettle in the room. I think I forgot it when cleaning, but I didn't feel like using it even though I wanted to make coffee. I used to stay at another hotel where there is lotion in the amenities, so I found it inconvenient to have no lotion and emulsion. I think it's natural that there isn't one. Thanks to the location, it was very easy to move, so I would like to use it again.
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FromUS$44
5/56 Reviews
Excellent location, lawson/7-11 are just right beside the building. There are many eateries nearby and train station is just 1min walk away. I love the studio style apartment where you have a mini kitchen area and washing machine. Room space is small but definitely much bigger than most of the hotels in Tokyo. Only downside is that there is no daily housekeeping but not much of an issue for us. Would definitely come back to stay again when I visit Tokyo the next time.
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FromUS$49
3.9/520 Reviews
Location: About 150 meters from the Hatagaya Motor Show, the surroundings are quiet. There are various restaurants all the way from the station to the hotel. I live on the 7th floor and I can see the tall buildings of Shinjuku and Tokyo Tower from the window. Room: The sound insulation is not good. I feel like someone snoring in the next room at three in the morning wakes me up. There is a staircase on the right side of the room, and various noises can be heard in the morning. It was fine during the day. The kettle (boiling water is slower), cups, paper, umbrellas, etc. need to be requested from the front desk (the number is limited, first come first served), the house will not be prepared in advance. The air conditioner can always hear the sound of water filling. Meals: The cheapest single room also comes with breakfast. Breakfast is on the first floor (4:30-11:00). There is not much staple food (one person can only choose one), cabbage soup, bread, Coffee and tea are in unlimited supply. Some teas taste quite fragrant after brewing. After eating the plate, you must recycle it yourself. Luggage: can be stored. Will ask if there are any valuables etc. Overall, it is recommended that guests staying for one or two days are more suitable.
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FromUS$50
4.6/513 Reviews
The room was large, and it was not a problem to sleep three people on the bed. There was a balcony on the top floor to sit. This price is very high in Tokyo. There are also disadvantages. The room grows large, but the bed is too large and takes up a lot of space, resulting in very small seats. You can only sit on the bed to spend the day. In addition, the hotel should be a homestay renovation. You cannot feel the service of a regular hotel. The hotel is located in a relatively suburban area. Although I only need two stops to Shinjuku, I like it. The front desk is small, the service staff is still very kind, the Japanese girl is quite cute, the boss is very enthusiastic, and every time you come back, you need to disinfect your hands with alcohol.
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FromUS$83
5/510 Reviews
This was my third stay in this apartment, and I stress again that it is a great apartment that is spacious by Tokyo’s standards and well located. I stayed alone but it would easily fit up to 3 or 4 adults and maybe a family of 6 if they don’t mind being cozy. The apartment had everything I needed for my stay, amenities were provided and WiFi worked perfectly. There is a washing machine and ironing board which is great for longer trips. Location is great - just a 4-minute walk to Tokyo’s Hatagaya station with onward connections to pretty much anywhere from Shinjuku. Plenty of shops and restaurants in the neighbourhood where you can grab a quick bite. If you want to rent a Car there are many parking spots nearby. Make sure you speak with the host for advice on the most cost-effective options to park. The check in and check out very smooth and the host was incredibly helpful and responsive throughout our stay. Highly recommend this property for anyone (especially a larger group) considering a centrally located property in Tokyo. Would love to stay here again!
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FromUS$107
4.8/517 Reviews
The first time I stayed at the Capsule Hotel, the overall feeling was okay, as long as the quality of the guests staying is good, you will be lucky, everyone will pack their luggage quietly, live in their own small cave, and sleep quietly. But I also encountered some people walking very loudly in public spaces, and some girls continued to use the hair dryer to make noise after breaking the hotel rules at 11 o'clock. Geographical seats are very convenient and both subway stations are very close.
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FromUS$16
3.5/55 Reviews
Shibuya
This is a no-frill "business hotel" not far away from Shibuya. Honestly, the location is great: the bus stop is just 50m away, and the bus takes you in 5 minutes to Shibuya and in 10 to Harajuku. A nice park is in walking distance and, most importantly, the narrow streets just behind the hotel are a hive of hidden gems in terms of cozy restaurants and shops. Far away from the maddening crowds of Shibuya itself, you can experience local life in walking distance. The price of the hotel is lower than the average in the area (but still expensive, mainly because of vicinity to Shibuya) and the rooms are larger than average (that is, for Tokyo standards). Interesting fact: one of the reasons why the hotel is cheap is that it is known among the locals as "suicide hotel", because apparently many salarymen committed suicide there in the last years, so superstitious people don't like it. This was confirmed by local Japanese people I befriended in one of the nearby izakayas. Other than that, the structure is modern, and for me noise was not an issue. I asked in advance for a quiet room at a higher floor and they were so kind to accommodate my wish in a very satisfactory way. The only complaint is maybe the limited arrangement of power sockets in the room. Breakfast is not provided, but a convenience store is just next to the entrance of the hotel.
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FromUS$73
4.5/510 Reviews
Shibuya
I love it comfortably in a style suitable for the times Easy to work in the lounge on the 4th floor, I want to stay longer Park shopping restaurant too satisfied I am only confused about self check-in Also, I will definitely use it when I go to Tokyo on business
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FromUS$54
4.5/513 Reviews
Shibuya
So I’m going to start by saying something nice. The staff here is super friendly, there’s a large number of people you see working here, and they are all very kind and helpful. I’ve also stayed at the Millennials in Kyoto and the only thing I really missed was the lock on the curtain of the pods, because here you only get a (very) small safe under the bed, but it doesn’t even fit a laptop. It didn’t hold my DSRL either. They have bigger ones on the 3rd floor available, but it’s only one elevator and 10 floors, so getting there takes time! Which is unpractical to say the least. Also, unlike the Kyoto one, here everyone gets a free breakfast (and by that they mean free coffee and pastries, but hey it’s something!) The lounge and communal kitchen are great, the beds and pillows are comfortable. And the bathrooms are clean and well kept. Now let’s move on to the real problem: the rest of the guests and the hotel’s inability to make them respect the rules. When you come to hotels like this one, you obviously expect and tolerate “normal” sounds. Like people walking, organizing their stuff, sneezing, coughing, snoring, whispers or even communicating in a low voice. I can even understand an alarm because I guess some people don’t trust themselves to wake up with the hotel’s system (which personally I found very efficient). But people take calls, talk very freely in their pods or through out the corridors, they come in late at night and keep talking with their friends, giggling at a volume which ends up being annoying in this type of pods. What does the hotel do? Offer you earplugs. The hotel has no system whatsoever that prevents this type of behavior from happening, if the guests talk or scream or whatever, it really doesn’t matter, because it kept happening several times. (FYI, every time this happened, the people making loud noises were foreigners. Japanese people actually respect a lot other people’s right to sleep peacefully.) I stayed for 10 nights and I wouldn’t recommend it for more than 3 honestly. Although I had a couple of rough nights on account of this issue and I guess it could happen at any moment, so I’m not sure I would recommend it at all. It’s a shame the hotel doesn’t make sure that the guests follow through with the rules, otherwise it would really be up to the 5 stars reviews.
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FromUS$33
4/525 Reviews
Shibuya
Located within walking distance between Shibuya and Harajuku Station, the hotel is convenient for shopping in Shibuya and Harajuku area. The hotel is small in size, the rooms are small but the facilities are complete, the service is good, and it is very quiet without facing the street. Breakfast is not generous but everything is available. For me personally, the only flaw is that the mattress is too hard. Of course, this is just a personal preference. If you like to sleep on a hard bed, it is just fine. It is convenient to have a full-time supermarket downstairs. Overall good value for money.
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FromUS$25
4.5/566 Reviews
Shibuya
Breakfast is a regular set meal, there are 4 kinds, you can choose, you can not add an extra bed, sleep in a single room for two people can make it crowded, check in how many people you live in hotel no one cares, take the elevator in the lobby. I couldn't find the hotel with Ben according to Ctrip's map. Later I called the hotel and found it. It took two hours to find this hotel. Hotel location is good, about 8 minutes from the subway. There is a convenience store outside downstairs. Let me tell you about the route. When the subway exits, first find another nearby MODI mall. This goal is easy to find. Go up the left hand side of the mall and see that MUJI continues to move forward, and then walk for another 3 minutes. The same direction as MUJI. The first picture is the subway entrance. The second one is MODI mall
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FromUS$49
4.4/543 Reviews
Shibuya
The overall feeling of the hotel is OK, very Japanese hotel features, small and full, toiletries or POLA, shampoo and bath in the bathroom, facial treatment in the hotel lobby free to pick up, there are various bath salts, it is too Bravo. The location of the hotel is actually very good. The lobby is on the 4th floor. From the 3rd floor of the hotel, you can go directly to the subway entrance. The JR subway station and the hotel are one, but it is a waste of time because you are not familiar with the environment in the subway. I saw in the comments that a friend said that it took nearly an hour to find it after JR Shibuya Station. My friend and I actually found it for nearly an hour. The mobile phone's own navigation is not very sensitive in the local response, so it is not very useful, but it also leads to a long time to find. I will be familiar with the subway line in the next few days to know what is going on. If you take the JR Yamanote Line and other routes that can reach Shibuya Station, you need to transfer to the Saikyo Line platform in the subway station before you can find the new South. Export. Later, I found that I took the JR Yamanote Line or other lines and got off at Osaki Station. Then I can transfer to the Tokyo Metropolitan Line and then get off at Shibuya Station. The exit is the hotel, which saves a lot of roads, especially when carrying the suitcase. Very convenient and labor-saving. There is a McDonald's and convenience store downstairs, and there are many restaurants and izakayas. It is very convenient to eat. And away from Shibuya intersection, it is very quiet and shopping is relatively convenient. It takes about 7-10 minutes from the hotel to Shibuya intersection and BicCamera electrical store. I hope to help this hotel partner.
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FromUS$65
4.7/514 Reviews
Shibuya
On the first day of the visit, the toilet leaked, but I found the front desk and said that I could fix it in the afternoon. I will fix it when I come back. The equipment is very complete, very close to jr, but Shibuya standing in the road is a bit inconvenient to go. There is something to do next to it but the core is not too noisy. There are many restaurants in the vicinity.
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FromUS$43
4.6/552 Reviews
Shibuya
The location is very convenient. Booked a twin room, but at first the room was too small, the bed was still against the wall, and the room was upgraded at an additional cost. The room was very comfortable! Bathing is also good, suitable for younger customers. The most favorite is their bathrobe, which is very simple and comfortable, but unfortunately not available! In addition, there is a family of Japanese food downstairs must try, and overall very satisfied.
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FromUS$74
4.5/516 Reviews
Shibuya
The location of the hotel is very good, quiet in the middle of nowhere, it is very convenient to visit Harajuku and Shibuya, it is a little walk to the subway station. There is a convenience store next to the hotel, and there is a restaurant with a roast bird at the door of the hotel, open until 11pm. I will stay in the next time, just a little popular and not very good room.
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FromUS$247
4.8/556 Reviews
Shinjuku
My first impression of staying at Park Hyatt Tokyo is that it is a bit unlike Japan because most hotel guests are foreigners. In terms of hotel services, the hotel staff are friendly, professional, considerate, fluent in English and willing to assist hotel guests. Once when we were going out, it was pouring rain, and the hotel staff immediately took the initiative to arrange a hotel shuttle to Shinjuku Station. The scenery of the hotel is superb. There is no doubt that you can see the entire Tokyo city from the window of the hotel, including the Skytree, Tokyo Tower, etc., and even the entire Mount Fuji can be overlooked when the weather is fine. In terms of hotel facilities, the fitness room and swimming pool are located on the 47th floor. The fitness room is fully equipped, and you can enjoy the beautiful view of Tokyo while exercising. In addition, the fitness room has professional resident instructors to teach residents the correct fitness posture. The fitness room is basically open 24 hours, but it should be noted that if guests use the fitness room after 10pm, they need to inform the hotel counter staff in advance to open the door to the fitness room. In addition, the hotel’s bar is definitely worth a try, especially the New York Bar, where you can enjoy the night view of Tokyo while enjoying the glass. At the same time, indulging in the famous jazz music performance of the bar is definitely a great pleasure, the famous Hollywood movie "Lost in Translation" was shot in this bar. The breakfast provided by the hotel is very rich. The restaurant is located on the 45th floor. You can choose Western buffet or Japanese breakfast to enjoy a delicious breakfast while enjoying the Tokyo city view. However, I personally think that the lack of breakfast is due to the limited space in the restaurant and no egg station. In addition, if guests want to order desserts such as pancake, an extra charge is required. Finally, in terms of the location of the hotel, it is indeed a bit away from Shinjuku Station. It takes about 15 to 20 minutes to walk from the hotel to Shinjuku Station. However, I personally think that quietness and prosperity are one of the characteristics of the hotel. The hotel also provides free buses between the hotel and Shinjuku. station. In general, it is a very unforgettable experience to be able to stay in the world-class Park Hyatt Tokyo. I hope I can stay in Tokyo again next time.
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FromUS$283
4.5/5781 Reviews
Shinjuku
Sometimes I stay when I want to be alone. I walk quite a bit from Shinjuku, but I find it useful because I can stay in a large and clean room at a reasonable price. There aren't many hotels with a Brooklyn-like atmosphere at this price, so I'm glad to be nearby. Also, the people at the front desk are very attentive and helpful. Although it is an automatic check-in, you were able to see it properly. Amenity is also handed over at the front desk, but we kindly responded. Everyone is fashionable and dandy!
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FromUS$42