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160-0021 Tokyo Prefecture, Shinjuku-ku, Kabukicho 1-2-5, Japan – Show map
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No internet access available.
No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Air Conditioning
From 4:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 7 years are welcome.
One child or adult is charged 100 % of the room stay per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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ItS a nice place. But with 4500 yens you can find much better hostels.
Very cheap, good location near the Robot Show. All you need!
The capsule was really hot and with no way to adjust the temperature. Loud talkers at 0700.
Remember, it is a capsule hotel. It is an experience.
No sufficient space for locking your bagage, and if you leave your big lugage out of the lockers the hotel does not take responsibility on it. No space for changing, dressing, etc. (just on the floor in the lockers room).
It was clean, cheap and is exactly what it is meant to be (an overnight stay).
Not an issue for me but you cannot leave luggage there in the day time. If you are 6ft the. The cubical is just large enough.
There is a very tiny English sign outisde of the hotel so that you can easily miss it.
I slept well in the capsule. Female guests are generally well-mannered. They try to keep their noise level to a minimum. The width of the capsule is about single sized bed. It does not feel cramped at all. The feeling of sleeping inside this capsule hotel is exactly the same as sleeping on a mattress or bunk bed top level if you take the ceiling into consideration. Overall the experience is better than I expected. The place does not feel rowdy at all. All of the staffs should be able to converse in basic English (especially regarding check in/out,reservation,luggages matters). I can't say for all since I only spoke Japanese to the staffs and only eavesdropped unintentionally. Level 8 is females only area. At this level you have your personal locker (set of towels,slipper,pajamas replaced daily), the shower room, toilet and dressing room (toothbrush, hair dryer, cotton bud). Many people discouraged multiple days stay but I beg to differ. I stayed 2 nights from 30-1st. You have to check out DAILY by 10am. Subsequent hour is charged at a rate of 500y/hour. However if you are on a trip, I doubt you would want to sleep past 10am and have lesser time for your activities. I woke up at 8am and check-out about 8.30am. Since I am staying for multiple days, I was able to leave my bags at the shelves placed directly in front of the entrance to female only capsules at level 8. I came back to check in about 4pm again. The hotel is, as its name suggest, located directly in front of the ward office. It may seem far from Shinjuku station but if you get the right exit, it is merely 2 street across. Even though it is near kabuki-cho, it didn't felt like it was particularly dangerous although I would still advise female travelers to not stay outside too late. The listing stated no internet but they do have free wifi. If you arrive early,you can leave your luggage there and check in later. Your bags would be brought to level 8 (for the ladies) baggage shelves area.
To be honest none. But if I have to be picky, climbing up the upper capsule is quite a chore. Climbing down is worse and it is quite awkward.
This hotel is well located close to Tokyo night spots. Shared bathroom facilities were spotless despite so many guests.
Snoring neighbour. But not much you can do about that.
Well located and easy to access from the Shinjuku station. Clean and with friendly staff.
If you plan to stay more than one night you'll have to check-out with all your stuff every day at 10am and re check-in at 4pm
I was too curious about the experience of sleeping one night of these famous "capsule", so I was even ready to adapt to a not so comfortable stay... but in the end it has been all good! The bed in the capsula is comfortable - you have also TV inside and it is more intimate than a bed in the dorm of an hostel - common toilets and showers are clean and provided with all services. In a central position in Shinjuku.
The capsule hotel is a great experience that every Tokyo visitor should try. The capsules are clean and there is free wifi that works in capsules. You can charge your gadgets via the outlet on the capsule panel too. The hotel provides a locker to each visitor so that you can keep your valiables there as the capsules are not locked.
Not bad for one nighters but if you want to stay more than one day, that might be a problem especially if you are not used to sleep on hard surfaces. The bed is as soft as a mat at best. Additionally, although people are really careful not to make a noise, you can hear even the lightest noise due to the poor isolation (no doors on capsules, only screens) and close proximity.
The women's floor was very clean, the bed was decent for comfort, it was soft and not rock hard. The place is in a good location, and there was free wi-fi in our rooms.
The 4 P.M. check-in. A lot of people, including guests who stayed the previous nights, had to wait in the lobby until 4 o'clock to be checked in. Your capsule is only separated from other capsules by a curtain, so you can pretty much hear everything and every one, but most of the guests staying at the hotel were (or tried to be) quiet.
wifi not working at all
The CAPSULE INN experience!
We had to clear out our locker every morning and put our bags on an open shelf during the day (anyone could take/open them) and then in the evening check back into the hotel. It made no sense. Every day to unpack to get stuff for the bed/night, and the morning to re-compress it all back into our bags. No sense why we could not keep the locker for the four nights.
Excellent, clean hotel.
Convenient with a lot of shops nearby
The location is not really good, difficult to find it.
Good simple accommodation for a night or two. It's clean and very good value for money but don't come here expecting five star! Shower area was clean at all times and was never too busy that I had to wait.
Can be noisy depending on who is in the capsules nearby, not from music or loud conversations, but by other guest snoring! If you are a light sleeper I would suggest take some ear plugs.
I like the vendingmachines to buy breakfast from.
The temperature on the floors was too high, in my opinion. You can lower it a bit in my opinion.
Female floor very clean! All shampoo/soap, etc provided. + pyjamas and slippers lol Can pay by credit card
Checking in and out every day is a pain in the butt. One day check in time was delayed by 1 hour due to cleaning/elevator maintenance. No climate control in capsule. Very hot
Public bath, sauna, friendly staff.
There was nothing.
Thr bathroom have everything you need and is very clean. The bed is comfortable and usually quite.
It is a capsule hotel so it quit small and the bags are not near the bed.
I like the capsule...
I dont like the idea that you need to check out everyday though you are booked for a couple of days. Better book for 1 day only just to experience the capsule hotel and the spa. The hotel is hard to find. No proper markings or signages. This hotel is not in the corner of the street as it look in the picture.
Clea, well equipped bathroom and still pretty quit for such big hotel.
Each day you need to pack everything and you can't leave your valuables at the locker. The staff know basic english.
The position very close to shinjuku train station, nightlife
Is a total rushing cause you have to arrange your stuff quickly in tight spaces people need cross always walking over your open bag on the floor .. At the beginning booked for three nights but I had to checked out with the whole luggage every day to back at 4 p.m to check in again .. I woulded to put always my big luggage in the train station locker: it was crazy , so I changed in a more expensive hotel for last two nights. If in this place... is absolutely for emergency just one night and no more
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