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|"Great location, awesome rooftop bar!"||(in 159 reviews)|
|"Super friendly and helpful staff."||(in 231 reviews)|
|"Great location, clean, fantastic rooftop bar!"||(in 293 reviews)|
|"Very small room and totally overpriced"||(in 196 reviews)|
|"coffee shop was never open"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"The handy phone reception was horrible!"||(in 3 reviews)|
|room was small||in 1 180 reviews|
|great location||in 856 reviews|
|helpful staff||in 532 reviews|
|rooftop bar||in 485 reviews|
|great hotel||in 418 reviews|
|breakfast buffet||in 311 reviews|
|heart of shinjuku||in 293 reviews|
|shinjuku station||in 251 reviews|
|light district||in 191 reviews|
|nice rooftop||in 174 reviews|
|tokyo||in 148 reviews|
|bit far||in 132 reviews|
|value for money||in 95 reviews|
|japan||in 70 reviews|
|walking distance||in 64 reviews|
|handy phone||in 49 reviews|
|great view||in 46 reviews|
|coffee shop||in 14 reviews|
Need more elevators. Took one elevator off line for PM during the busy check-in/check-out time. Not very smart.
More elevators. They took one of the elevators off line for PM during check-in/check-out. Not very smart.
Room and bed extremely comfy , breakfast buffet with lots of choice and egg station to your liking. Staff knowledgeable and friendly.
Probably the best hotel you're going to get at this price in Tokyo
It's smart, comfortable, and well designed. Everything you need without having to stay at either a super-luxe hotel, or a grimy budget place. The location is great. It's 10 mins from a few different stations, but right by Shinjuku which has better access to other parts of Tokyo than staying where most 'tourist' hotels are (out near Asakusa). The rooms are not big... but they are big for Tokyo.
A LOT of tour groups use this hotel, making it feel very crowded at time (though the rooms are quiet!)
Great view and helpful staff. Restaurant was intermittently and unexpectedly closed, and the bar/lounge was depressingly lifeless.
Location amongst love hotels, gentlemen's clubs and prostitutes lends a certain downmarket feel to the neighborhood, though it's not at all uncomfortable, let alone dangerous. Room was worn and gloomy, with dingy colors. We paid a higher price for a room on the 16th floor, which had a fantastic view, but cost nearly as much as the Intercontinental Strings in Shinagawa where we had stayed for business and which was truly excellent.
great location, close to everything. the staffs are super helpful.
the hotel is perfectly fine, but the location is rather close to the red light district. but they are very discreet. My husband and i feel very safe and comfortable to walk around.
I asked if they could help me make a reservation at a restaurant and was told that they couldn't help me once I had checked out. They said if I had asked seconds earlier, they would have helped me. Bad service.
One of the female receptionist is unprofessional. After the room make up they forgot to put a teaspoon. When I informed her she told me that I should present to the front desk to ask for it! And she claims that they have rules (in disrespectful way). It is just a simple order (teaspoon)! I couldn’t understand what kind of rules that prevent them to bring a teaspoon! Totally unacceptable.
Small but cozy room. Perfect location.
Small and really not that good
Price was slightly below the competition, but in retrospect, I would've gladly paid more for a much better stay. Close to 7-11 and some fun areas in Shinjuky.
I've traveled to Tokyo for 3 straight years. This hotel is the worst by far. Even though it's advertised as a 4-star hotel, it is NOT a 4-star hotel. Here's what I think: Very small room, even for Tokyo standard. There were a few groups of rowdy tourists, and I can tell that the concierge was exhausted by them, and was not very friendly when she was helping me out. Even though it's in Shinjuku, location is not that good. It's right next to a bunch of love hotels and far from the main Shinjuku station. Overall, a big disappointment for me.
Good location, small space could be better used
Good location in Shinjuku within walking distance of major shops, restaurants and public transportation. Hotel looks new and has nice lobby, breakfast area, and rooftop lounge. Bed was very comfy.
Room is tiny but not a complete surprise in Tokyo. However, there were several small things that could have been done to make the space more useful such as more clothes hangers, a shelf over clothing rod, and towel hooks in the bath to name a few.
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Each room includes Wi-Fi, flat screen television with local cable channels, mini fridge, tea and coffee maker, comfortable furnishings, air conditioning, and hair dryer. The rooms are contemporary and every bed has comfortable and luxurious mattresses and linens.
There is so much to do in the area and the multi-lingual staff can help guests find out what to do and what to see. They can explore Shibuya Crossing, Meiji Jingu Shrine, Yoyogi Park, Tokyo Midtown, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo Dome, and Cerulean Tower.
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Haneda Airport is about a 1h ride from the hotel with public transport. Take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station and continue with the Yamanote Line to Shin-Okubo Station. From here, it’s about a 10m walk to the accommodation. From Narita Airport, the ride takes just marginally longer at 1h 20m. Hop on the Keisei Narita Skyaccess or Skyliner to get to Nippori Station. From there you can also change for the Yamanote Line.
Stunning views and international cuisine await at the Restaurant G, an eatery with glass walls and a contemporary and sleek design. A scrumptious breakfast is the ideal way to start your day in Shinjuku, and lunch and dinner are served here, too. The restaurant boasts weekly buffets, including all-you-can-eat pasta, pizza, burgers, and seafood. At the Live Café G, you can lounge outside on the patio in comfortable chairs and sofas, enjoying curry, pasta, and more alongside Japanese and international beers.
A green spot amidst the concrete jungle, the rooftop bar and restaurant give guests a unique experience and incredible views over the city. Designed by Hiroyuki Matsunaka, the bar exudes sophistication and elegance in a modern setting. Plants also fill the space to give the feeling of a garden. The Happy Hour takes place from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, including a free drink and Spanish-inspired food like tapas, tortillas, and garlic shrimp. The bar is open daily until 2:00 am and is the ideal place to spend the evening.
In order to see to all their guests’ wishes, the Shinjuku Granbell Hotel tries to provide early check-in or late check-out if room availability allows it. Contact the hotel as early as possible about these extra services and note that they incur a charge. If you check out later than 6:00 pm, a full night is charged to your final bill.
On the second floor of the hotel, guests will find prepay set laundry facilities with washing machines and dryers you can use at your convenience. One load of washing is charged at about ¥200 (approximately $2) and to use the dryer, another ¥100 (about $1) is added. Irons and pants presses can be rented from the reception desk if you need it.
Children aged 6 and under can stay for free with their parents at the Shinjuku Granbell Hotel. Extra beds for them do not fit into the rooms, so ensure your room has enough sleeping capacities. Baby beds are provided free of charge but subject to availability, so contact the hotel beforehand to reserve one.
About 50 parking spots are included for your convenience at the Shinjuku Granbell Hotel, so if you come by rental car, you can easily and safely store your car here. The hotel charges a fee of approximately ¥2,000 (about $19) per night. As the parking spaces are limited in numbers, reserve your spot in advance to ensure you can benefit from their onsite parking facilities. (Prices checked 28/06/19).
Shinjuku Granbell Hotel is located at 2-14-5 Kabuki-Cho in Shinjuku, 6 km from the centre of Tokyo. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is the closest landmark to Shinjuku Granbell Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Shinjuku Granbell Hotel.
Yes, Shinjuku Granbell Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Shinjuku Granbell Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Shinjuku Granbell Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Shinjuku Granbell Hotel is 17,8 km from Tokyo Haneda.
No, pets are not allowed at Shinjuku Granbell Hotel.
No, Shinjuku Granbell Hotel does not have a pool on-site.