5 Select Hotels in Shinjuku Area, Tokyo, Perfect as a Base for Sightseeing
If you are looking for a place to base yourself while seeing the sights in the great metropolis of Tokyo, consider the area around Shinjuku Station, which has many train lines going through it. This article will introduce five select hotels in the area with high ratings on online travel sites.
1. Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Premier Grand
Keio Plaza Hotel is a famous hotel located five minutes on foot from Shinjuku Station. This is the Premier Grand club floors of this hotel, with a sophisticated atmosphere and dedicated concierges. Everything from the bedding and amenities to the speakers are carefully selected items of the highest quality, and in addition, there are fantastic views from 160m above ground. There is also a 535 sq.m. club lounge that you can utilize as a tea room, bar, dining area, reading room and living room. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building and staff who speak English, Chinese, Korean, Italian, French and Spanish.
2. Nihon Seinenkan Hotel
This is a hotel that opened in August 2017 in a location surrounded by greenery despite being in the center of Tokyo. It is to the west of the baseball stadium, Jingu Baseball Stadium, with a view of the New National Stadium, which will be the main site of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. There is a wide range of room types, including single rooms, wheelchair accessible rooms and suites. There is a variety of facilities such as large public bathing area with jacuzzi and cold baths, and restaurants that serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building and staff who speak English.
3. The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel
This is a hotel that combines artistic design and state-of-the-art functionality in an environment filled with nature. There is a wide selection of rooms ranging from twins, kings, and 148 sq.m. suites, all with fantastic views from high up. There are also distinguished restaurants and bars and a fitness and spa area with a pool. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building and staff who speak English and Korean.
4. The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
This is a hotel with panoramic views of Tokyo, including the National Diet Building. All 251 rooms, which includes 13 suites, are 44.8 sq.m. or larger. The interior is based on traditional Japanese styles but incorporates modern elements. There is a selection of restaurants on site, including a Japanese restaurant, Chinese restaurant and an authentic bar. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building and staff who speak English.
5. Kyukyu Western style house
This is an accommodation within walking distance of Shinjuku Station. The rooms are equipped with kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves, so it is recommended for those who like to cook for themselves. Each room also has a TV, electric teapot, shower and free amenities for a comfortable stay. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building and staff who speak Chinese.
This time, we introduced hotels around Shinjuku Station that offer easy access to major tourist destinations in Tokyo. They are recommended as potential bases for sightseeing in Tokyo.
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.
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