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160-0021 Tokyo Prefecture, Shinjuku-ku, Kabukicho 1-2-5, Japan – Show map
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WiFi is available in the business center and is free of charge.
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
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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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Opened in August 2014, this hotel is in a great location just a 3-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station, offering direct services to Harajuku, Shibuya and Akihabara areas, all within a 20-minute train...
Score from 540 reviews Wonderful
I liked the novelty of staying in a capsule.
Check-in was only from 4pm which was inconvenient. Also, the staff were a little abrupt. The layout of the property was very strange with simple tasks like having a shower and retrieving belongings from a locker taking a considerable amount of time. It was also rather expensive for what was, essentially, a bed.
Toilets and showers are immaculately clean and private. Location of the hotel is very tempting, close to JR, metro, Golden Kai and Kabukicho.
Nothing in particular.
right in the middle of Shinjuku good shared bathroom set up
recent price hike lack of hot water or pressure in shower
The description of the access to the hotel needs serious improvement. The attached photo presents the hotel but from the opposite (to the entrance) side. Very confusing.
Very efficient and informative staff who presented the details of our stay in perfect English. Capsules and bathroom very clean and organized. Quiet and respectful patrons. All made for an evening of good rest in a convenient location.
No bad experiences, but a word of caution so you know what you are getting yourself into. This is not a luxury hotel! The capsules are clean and comfortable, but no space for your luggage. You get a medium sized locker for valuables and then leave the rest of your large luggage on a luggage rack out in the open. For the women, this is all on the same floor. For the men, you may have to go to a different floor to get to your bags. Bathrooms are communal. Everything is functional and clean, but do not go here to be pampered!
location, cost, fast wifi and coin laundry facilities in the shared area. facilities were also clean
there appears to be a spa area on the reception level for men only...disappointing there isn't such facilities for women.
Always wanted to stay in a Tokyo capsule. The Onsen was actually the best I saw in my Japanese trip, better than the 5* hotel I stayed at in Nagano
having to check out at 10am every day and check back in at 4pm was annoying
women´s bathroom was extremely clean, and had all amenities, but men´s bathroom was smelling like pee the whole time (my brother told me). The staff was extremely helpful and kind, and spoke english fluently. I think it´s a nice experience to stay in a capsule and I recommend it for one night! More nights could be annoying because you need to check out an in again every single day.
the mattress in the capsule was way too thin. I really don´t recommend it for people above 1.70m, the capsule is broad but not so long and if you like to sleep with your body straight you´d have trouble if you are above 1.70m tall. that was the main problem for me I guess.
The free WiFi and the ladies powder room was very well laid out with toilets, showers, beauty products and hairdryers. It was also very very clean.
The fact that there is no door to the capsule only a curtain which means you hear EVERYTHING. The main room lights are never switched off so no darkness which means you cannot sleep.
Excellent location, safe and ultra cheap. Its the perfect short term accommodation and I wish we had these back home
The older man at the counter needed a lesson in customer relations.
The capsule was just roomy enough for me but the mattress was a bit thin. Excellent bathing facilities!
- Cheap and clean - Close to good food - Good Wifi
- One of the receptionists was very blunt/unwelcoming to our party when we wanted to drop our bags early
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
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