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160-0021 Tokyo Prefecture, Shinjuku-ku, Kabukicho 1-2-5, Japan – Show map
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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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A capsule hotel is an experience in itself
Are prepared for the communal bath facilities. For me it came a bit as a surprices.
Nice experience, clean and well organized!
Manner of the reception staff. The guy was absolutely rude. He offered the worst customer service ever!
i liked its public bath place and toilet too.
they need to repair their capsules. they had some broken things in capsules. so i told them to change my capsules when i found out that mine has broken piece. then they did, but even the next one was broken too. so i told them but they said no. we can not let you change .
The location is great and the facility is very clean
You must check out and pack up every day which is very inconvenient. No lockers for leaving things during the days and extra charges for any little requests.
My advice to western travellers is to stay here for one night only just to get the experience. My sleep actually wasn't as bad as some other reviewers seem to have had - make sure you take along some earplugs though! Overall, a trouble free stay.
Locker rooms were rather small, as mentioned by others, and it wasn't very well signposted (not in English, at least).
The fact that I could find my way to the hotel by using a very accurate description printed from a booking.com review. The surroundings of the hotel. The capsule itself.
I was disappointed there was no public bath for women, only for men
It is very well organised and clean. Capsule hotels are a Japanese experience hard to find anywhere else (except in some airports).
- There is no sign with the name of the hotel on the facade of the building, just on the street level. Keep your eyes open. - The quality of the night will depend on how noisy are the people around you, and the hotel cannot do much about it. It is a pull out curtain who will close your capsule, so noise can go trough.
Location. Ok for one night with small luggage.
Required to check out during the day if you stay several nights. Small lockers, not enough shoes lockers and unsafe storage room.
I wasn't expecting much being that it was a capsule hotel, but the washrooms were clean, which was nice.
The staff were horribly rude and abrupt. Honestly won't be returning because of this. It wasn't only just one person being rude, at least three of them seemed stressed and impatient with the customers (and each other).
Big onsen Cheap Nice location
The capsule closes with a curtain, which can be noisy if someone around snores.
The shared bathroom is great. You have everything you need And its very clean.
The sheets on my bed had hairs!!!! People were very noisy And i couldn't sleep!
Clean and comfortable, very good location, unusual experience
Location was nice. I suppose it was an interesting experience, sleeping in a capsule.
Going in and out was a bit of a hassle; had to trade in your key for your shoes, which you had to place in a shoe locker. Somebody's alarm went off early in the morning and didn't know how to shut it off. (Units were not soundproof.)
location, facilities, cleanliness,
having to check out at 10:00am every day even if you are staying more than one night.
The capsules are surprisingly spacious, with room to sit up in. The fact that (three different kinds of) big baths, laundry facilities and a sauna are available for $20/night is great. The hotel is just a few minutes walk from Shinjuku station - very convenient!
The capsules do not have any kind of sound barrier, so noise (snoring) carries from other capsules on the floor. The baths could use some renovation. In the lounge the television was on, loud, all night and into the morning. With Japanese TV being exactly as annoying as its reputation, that is not pleasant.
Excellent location if you want to explore Shinjuku. It's also a good night stopover if you're passing through Tokyo. The female floor was clean and tidy to a good standard. They provide toiletries (even face lotion!), towels and PJs. You can leave your baggage there if you arrive early. Ladies if you want a capsule experience this is a good choice.
People coming in all sorts of time so unless you're a deep sleeper you're mostly going to be woken up a few times. I stayed twice for ease of location and a capsule experience, but I stayed for odd nights so a disturbed sleep was fine for me. Oh you need to check out every day so that might bother some people.
Staff is not nice. They have too many clients so they don't care. I ask menager where can I stopped my bike Handel answer was "that's not our business". Even if you stay few days you need to.checkout before 10am and than check-in after 4pm. Very inconvenient
Spa Very good price
No room for baggages near the rooms, must put them in the reception room Must quit the room everyday, can become tiring with time
The capsule hotel is a must! Very cool experience! Clean showers, great facilities.
It was difficult to find, look out for the British pub, it's a good landmark to help you find it. It's also a bit of a boys club in the common area. It made me a little uncomfortable so I just stuck to the female floor.
Good onsen, wi-fi everywhere, good as an experience and excellent value for money
Difficult to sleep because of the noise
The location is convenient as a stop over if you are heading to Hakone. It is right amongst the hussle and bustle so even if you arrive late no worries there are plenty of places to eat. I ventured here for a capsule experience and the all ladies floor was lovely. Impressed by the provisions, they provided all the ladies necessities to stay a night from Pjs to your face cream and cotton ear buds. Clean and comfortable with locker facility.
People coming in all times of the night. I stayed 2 times my first time the noise level was fine. However, the second time a group of girls came to stay, it was only after polite uh hum that things were a lot less noisy.
A pretty nice big capsule hotel in Shinjuku: - Has a women only floor - Good price for Tokyo and exceptional for Shinjuku - Not far from Shinjuku station (between Shinjuku & Higashi-Shinjuku stations)
- Walk-in price is twice higher than on the Internet - They don't accept credit card payments less than 2000円
super convenient if you travel with light baggage. All you need is new underwear. Toothbrush, razor and shaving foam is all provided. Big nice Onsen for men. Free porn on TV... O_o
The capsules are only "closed" with a small mat. Therefore earplugs are a must. I did not sleep very well. The capsule is only ~ 1,85m long. Don't book if you are higher than 1,90m. Staff was very impatient.
I couldn't fit in the capsule properly. Woken up by people coming back late all night. Woken up early by people waking up for work.
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