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Bellustar Tokyo, A Pan Pacific Hotel
4.6/517 Reviews

Bellustar Tokyo, A Pan Pacific Hotel

Shinjuku Tokyo|0.72km from JR Shinjuku Station

Latest booking 20 hrs ago

Bellustar is a new hotel in the Kabukicho district of Shinjuku; it opened just a couple of months ago, in May 2023. The reception is on the 18th floor of the building and the rooms and restaurant are on the 39-46th floors. (The intervening floors house a different, slightly less fancy hotel run by the same group.) The guest rooms are beautifully furnished and thoughtfully laid out and the views are spectacular with floor to ceiling windows. We had a North-West facing corner junior suite and we got an enjoyable view of the JR trains heading in and out of Shinjuku station. Unfortunately the soundproofing of the windows is not so great and even 40 floors up each train was distinctly audible. We have stayed in plenty of hotels in noisy environments (e.g. the Haneda Villa Fontaine Premier) with amazing soundproofing and so it is a pity that this new Bellustar couldn’t have done a better job on this front. It didn’t bother us so much, but lighter sleepers be warned. The main criticism we have of the hotel is the lack of warmth and kindness by the staff, particularly the restaurant staff. We had opted for a stay which included breakfast in the hotel restaurant every morning and each time we went up, instead of “Good morning”, the person at the restaurant reception would say “Stop!” or “Wait!” before asking for our room number. Very un-Japanese and not at all hospitable. The breakfast is a set menu (not a buffet) and it does not change — it is the same each day. On the first day my son ordered the French toast and it was nice but a pretty small portion. So the next day we requested two slices of French toast per serving. The waiter was reluctant to do this saying that an order has only one piece and when we pressed the issue, he said okay — but then when the order came, it was the same single piece, but sliced into two! This is really not what one expects from a high quality hotel. Overall, I would say that it is a fine hotel for a night or two. The staff need better training in hospitality — they fall short at this point. Perhaps the management will train them over time, it is still in its start-up phase.

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Book and Bed Tokyo Shinjuku
3.8/560 Reviews

Book and Bed Tokyo Shinjuku

Shinjuku Tokyo|0.65km from JR Shinjuku Station
It was the worst. The payment procedure on the website was completed the previous month and I received multiple confirmation emails for reservations with breakfast. It is okay to call the name if the check-in is 9 p.m. in the daytime, so when you go to 9 p.m., there is no name in the guest list. I showed all the driver's license for confirmation of the person, the email of the reservation confirmation, and the record of the exclusive site on the spot, but ”it is full today, so it cannot be stayed” and ”the reason of the airhost of the reservation system” It was the worst result that I was able to travel from the country to Tokyo and was driven out in the middle of the night during the bad weather when the typhoon approached. When I tell you that I'm paying my credit card, I say, ”Is it a day youth mistake?” The email presented and the confirmation page of the reservation site definitely write the date of check-in check-out, and there is breakfast (there are multiple evidence of reservation confirmation in front of you) So I was surprised that I couldn't stay at one point. If you complain to the receptionist, you can't help but complain, and because it is full, you will force someone out of the bad weather, so if you ask about the place where you can give up and stay nearby It is said that there is an Apa Hotel opposite, and when I go, the Apa Hotel is closed for a long time. It was quite a bit because the cheerful club at the west exit of Shinjuku Station, which another receptionist told me, was miraculously empty only one room, but this terrible experience is the first level in my life. The next day, I emailed you to tell you that I wanted you to disable the payment of your credit card, but there is no contact about apology or settlement processing. In that situation, I had an email that urged TripAdviser to post the impression ”how was the stay?” I thought that I would refrain from publishing it if I had a proper contact, but I will write it as a reminder so that I don't think I should do the same. It's horrible to think that if your child has the same experience.

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JR Shinjuku Station Hotel Guide

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• January to March: 8.98°C during the day, 5.13°C at night

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• October to December: 15.08°C during the day, 11.49°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 74.43 cm

• Summer: 141.07 cm

• Autumn: 175.03 cm

• Winter: 98.4 cm

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