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169-0073 Tokyo Prefecture, Shinjuku-ku, Hyakunin-cho 2-15-1, Japan – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Restaurant with Dining Menu
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying, VIP Room Facilities
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 282 reviews Good
|Open from April 2015, Hotel Gracery Shinjuku offers comfortable rooms, free WiFi and a restaurant, only a 5-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station’s east exit. Seibu Shinjuku Station is a 3-minute walk....|
location, staff, comfort of bed
advertised a lounge.. really wasn't a lounge, rather a very small smoking room with a vending machine and 4 chairs and barely any extraction
Value for money, great service from the staffs.
The stairs from the entrance to front desk... But the staffs willing to help carrying our bags & luggages
Great location and staff was helpful. Held concert tickets for me with no problem. Room was efficient and water pressure amazing. Would recommend!
Only had 3 electrical outlets but we made it work.
The location is great and it is located in the Korean street where one can get his meals, either breakfast, lunch or dinner easily. Moreover, the hotel is very near to the train station .. which is very convenient. The staff is great and they even have a weighing scale which we borrowed to weigh our luggage before we checked in. I would surely recommend it to friends..
haha... of course it's the stairs we didn't like as we had to carry our luggage all the way up to the first floor before checking in at the counter... Anyway, it's is not really a big problem..
location staff friendly food available every where
bathroom stinks like a porta loo and is an add on to the room. beds are very hard pillows are terrible
It's a fairly good location, but not a single restaurant on the street has any vegetarian options - and it's a long street... I did not eat in the hotel restaurant (only serves breakfast), so I can't comment.
I can only write about room 305, because that’s the room I was assigned. It was a small room, but that’s not the problem; the furniture was just thrown in without any thought for who would be staying there. A square table from the restaurant served as a table, and each time I wanted to pass I had to turn sideways and inch by - several times I smashed my hip when it was dark during the night. The windows didn’t open, the hotel entry rug is torn, dirty, and smelly. The staff are ok. I looked into some of the ‘love rooms’ and they seem spacious and well thought out, but when I asked to be transferred to a better room they said nothing is available. So, it’s basically only a ‘love hotel’ now, and not a regular- hotel anymore. I wound not stay there again.
Bathroom smells, it' s very small, the towells look ancient, you cannot watch anything on tv. The metro station near to this hotel has no escalators, it's difficult with the luggage
Tokyo Plaza Hotel is a very good place to explore Tokyo. We have enjoyed our stay very well and will come back a next time.
Wonderful city with friendly and helpful people. Excellent and reasonable shopping and dining areas. Attractions and tourist sites in Tokyo and surrounding areas are all easily accessible with public transportation. Beautiful temples and gardens. Safe and clean, including the air - unlike some other major cities in Asia outside of Japan.
There was wifi throughout the hotel.
Compared to Japanese-run hotels, it's not as clean.
Location is perfect. Many shops and restaurant around. That is my thrid time to stay here. The reception staff are very cheerful and friendly. They are awesome!
Very convenient for shopping and dining.
Located close to the train and the staff were very helpful
Nothing, all good
The location was excellent with only a 2 minute walk from the small shin okubo train station. With only one exit it was so easy to get out of the station (compared to the massive Shinjuku stn) and an easy 2 min walk to find the hotel. There were plenty of little restaurants to choose from, a 7/11 with an ATM to get cash, a 100 yen shop for anything, pharmacy etc. Great spot and the staff were extremely helpful and spoke good English. Thank you Jimmy :) I thought our room with a double and single was fine for my husband and I and our 15 yr old son. Yes the bathrooms are small and there is not much spare room in the room, but you are only sleeping there. Also, to the people they say you have to walk and carry your bags up a flight of stairs to reception... well get real... at the train stations you have to haul your bags up stairs but who complains about that??? A really good breakfast for 500 yen too. All in all a great convenient place to stay with easy access to all the main sights on the Yamanote train line which is covered by the JR rail pass to. Thanks for a great stay :)
Small rooms, broken but fixed bathtub, breakfast - the same menu every single day, quite expensive for the service provided
Right in the middle of Shinjuku (Korea-town) Clean, nice hotel Friendly staff
You have to walk up a long flight of stairs before you reach reception. Its absolute hell for those with heavy suitcases but a good work out I guess haha A bit cramped but so were all the hotels I stayed at
The hotel is in a good location and a 2 minute walk from Shin Okubo station - only one stop on the Yamanote line from Shinjuku. Shinjuku station is MASSIVE and hard to find your way around when you first arrive in Tokyo dragging baggage. I am pleased we stayed at Tokyo Plaza as it was so easy to find. THe staff spoke good English (not common in Japan) and were extremely helpful, especially Jimmy :) Thanks! Other reviewers have complained about having to walk up a set of stairs with their suitcase to reception. But get real, you have to walk up and down stairs with baggage at the railway station, but noone complains about that!!
Near to Shin Okubo station, Korea Town and lots of eateries nearby.
Small rooms, No coin laundry available, vending machine area is not well kept and shared as smoking room.
The shower and basin having to share one tap.
The staff were friendly and helpful, the train station was just a couple of minutes walk, great location close to Shinjuku, Shibuya, Harajuku. Lots of restaurants and convenience stores right outside the hotel. Very handy for takeaway when travelling with small children - when you can't always eat out!
The décor was a bit tired but perfectly adequate for a one night stay.
The apartment was situated amongst the bright lights, busy streets and many restaurants along the strip known as 'Korea Town'...and only a stones through from the Shin-okubo station, McDonalds and 7/11. Even though the street was super busy, from our apartment we weren't kept awake by any noise what so ever. The staff at the hotel were lovely, and were able to communicate great directions and help where needed. We stayed in a room which had 1 Double and 1 single. I was a little worried when I read some reviews about Tokyo Plaza and the size of rooms, facilities, but for the price and location I didn't have a problem, I actually found it rather nice and for someone who has a horrible sleeping pattern- I slept like a baby. I really enjoyed our stay, and If I ever travel back that way I'll be sure to book again!
Great location, friendly staff and good breakfast for 500 yen.
Bathroom was small
It is close to train station JR. Be aware that it is not subway system and you need separate ticket to get here. wifi is ok.
They charge you 1000yen per hour if you want to leave your luggage after 3pm. Room is very small.staff barely speak english
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