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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
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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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The convenience of the location- right in the heart of where we wanted to be- 5 min walk from the main shinjiyku station- was great fun and must be tried- take your earplugs- you'll need them! Don't expect to get much sleep.
The crowdedness of the hotel. Capsule was quite warm- LOTS of inconsiderate guest coming in drunk banging about the place, talking and eating- despite signs everywhere in English saying to keep the noise down and don't eat- sounded like there were a few picnics going down!
bathroom was very clean and well equipped
the bed was not very comfortable
A littke tips: Google street this place before you come, it is not easy to find. But It is a clean tiny place to have an unforgettable capsule hotel experience. You will get anything for you stay: pajama, shower ammenities to body care.
Other guests can be very loud, but for one night it is okay
Bed Bedroom Facilities
I liked the experience, of course. But I'm guessing that the female capsule is far nicer than the male's? All because the shower area is clean, and the whole space on the 8th floor is quiet. But my boyfriend, who stayed on the 3rd floor, didn't seem satisfied with his stay.
maintenance was poor
bad staff, nasty toilet and capsule with bugs inside.
- cosy female capsules
- only porn channel in men capsules... akward :/
cleanliness, bathroom, location
The communal baths were great and open all night.
I'm 6ft, too long for the capsule and it got extremely hot. If you've had a few drinks you'll be ok. But if your tall and sober, you're in for a rough night.
good facilities (sauna, onsen, ) location is superb "japanese experience" cheap
not particularly good for any light sleepers
I was given a quiet area upon request. Relaxing sauna. Relatively spacious capsule space.
Front desk people not very friendly.
Superclean (at least on women's floor), they provide everything from pyajamas to make-up remover. In fact, i'd prefer capsules to a hostel dorm any time as you have at least some privacy. PS. Check out karaoke bar around corner:)
yes, there's the inconvenience of having to check out every day by 10, but unless you party until morning, it's actually not a big problem
Decent sauna and accommodations. I could imagine that it would be really stuffy during the winter.
The staff was so rude. Very strange for Japan...
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.
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