Shinjuku Washington Hotel

3-2-9 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, 160-0023, Japan
(3 star hotel)
#85 of 541 hotels in Tokyo
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 11 reviews
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Shinjuku Washington Hotel Tokyo Japan

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 24, 2009

Offering superb location with good views of Tokyo landmark skyscrapers, Shinjuku Washington Hotel is only 8 minutes walk from the Shinjuku Station, 60 minutes from the Haneda Airport and close to the Shinjuku metropolitan government office.

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anonimous business hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 8, 2009

I spent here my last night in Tokyo. It is a big hotel not far from the popular Shinjuku station but it's also not so close to it. I paid the room about v45 euros without breakfast and it was a very good deal for the hotel location.The room was just very small but again, which is ok for the price I paid, I just think that more expensive rooms are not much better.

Unique Quality: The location and the automatic check out machine, it's the first time I see one.

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tokyo's 3 star hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 7, 2008

Unique Quality: The Shinjyuku Washington Hotel is one of the most famous hotel chains in Japan, opened in 1983. The hotel is located in Shinjyuku, which is the main attraction in Tokyo. Shinjyuku has many types of restaurants, shops, etc.

Since opening, the hotel has been highly appreciated as a base for sight seeing and business visits by a great number of guests. The hotel facilities include five restaurants, a bar, cafe, conference rooms, and banquet rooms.

The hotel provides comfortable rooms, convenient facilities, and an efficient system economically. All the rooms have high-speed Internet access.

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Shinjuku accomodation

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 13, 2007

Pros of the hotel : airport limousine stop right in front of the hotel, tunnel leading to the Shinjuku Station and shopping area, tunnel leading to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building for great bird's eye view, four choices of breakfast, helpful staff.

Cons: small room, quite a long walk to the shopping area on the eastern side of the Shinjuku station. You have to know the exact exit from the Shinjuku station back to the hotel, otherwise you end up walking a whole lot more just to get back at the end of the day .

Unique Quality: Loved the toilet which comes with water spray for the posterior!

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Shinjuku Recommended Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 25, 2006

We stayed in Shinjuku Washington Hotel. Part of tour packages. On our first night we were put up in rather small room. There is a stale smoking smell in the room and size of the room did not make our sleep any better.... Within 2 hours of my stay in the room, I could not take it... I ran down to the receptionist to ask for a non-smoking room as I am sensitive to the stench in the old room. They transfer me to a non-smoking new room. Wow... I could not belief my eyes, the room was new and to me it was of five star condition.

My advise, if you are staying in Shinjuku Washington Hotel, asked for the newer room.

Unique Quality: With the proximity to Shinjuku and the new rooms. Worth the money.

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The location is good but

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 12, 2005

Personally, I prefer the Century Hyatt or the nearby Hilton. The service is good. But, I just didn`t like the way the building looks. It has a real 60`s or early 70`s feel to it. It`s literally `square`. If you go there then you`ll know exactly what I mean. From the outside the hotel looks like a bunch of blocks put together. It offers small windows providing an insignificant view.

They do have non-smoking rooms, but a much smaller selection than the Hyatt and Hilton. It should be mentioned however, that I had to pay a higher price for a non-smoking room than for a 'regular' room when I asked to stay there.

Overall, I would only stay here again if there were no other choices... or I just wouldn't go on my trip. That should give you an idea about how likely I am to stay there again.

Directions: It`s located perpendicular to the street of the Shinjuku governmental office headquarters.

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Tiny rooms but great location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 26, 2004

Located in the heart of Shinjuku's business district, Shinjuku Washington Hotel is no doubt designed more for business men than tourists. The rooms are very tiny and very basic, but you can't really expect much more at this price range. The best aspect of this place is its location within short walking district of Shinjuku Station and the main shopping district. All in all, a comforatable place in a good location at a reasonable price... what more could you ask for?

Unique Quality: The are many restaurants, shops, and even a convenience store in the bottom 3 floors of the building. Don't bother paying for the breakfast buffet as there are plenty of great cheap local eats places in the vicinity.

Directions: 8 minutes walk from Shinjuku Station, adjacent to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office Building

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Washington Style, Shinjuku Hospitality

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 5, 2004

A comfortable hotel with reasonable amenities. Small rooms & bathrooms but then, this is Tokyo, one of the most expensive cities in the world, so what do you expect?

A convenient store at the lobby level (Level 3) and its own shopping mall and a number of restaurants all within the same complex.

Unique Quality: Close to major business district, shopping district, red-light district (Kabuki-cho) and also to the Shinjuku train station from where you can get to all other major Tokyo districts.

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Comfortable Business Hotel in Tokyo

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 1, 2004

Bath room & bedrooms were quite small, but overall I found the room to be clean, comfortable and quiet (despite running at 100% occupancy). The basic amenities were all there (including a small pot to boil water, some cups, adjustable air-conditioning, some hangers for your clothes, tv, small refrigerator, good quality shampoo and body wash, bedroom slippers and a Yukata casual kimono made of cotton).

Unique Quality: Three choices of breakfast : Western with some Japanese(Level 25 at the Manhattan Grill starts at 7 am), Japanese (2nd Floor) or Sandwich Set with small salad buffet at the Lobby Level (Bonjour on the 3rd Floor, starts at 6 am, a quick bite for those who have to leave early. It sounds small, but was enough for me).

I loved the electronic toilets that are so user friendly!

Limousine to Tokyo Disneyland is available every morning (80 mins journey)

Automatic check-out machines at Lobby Level (Level 3) - what great efficiency!!
Great location in the heart of Shinjuku and within walking distrance of a few major tourist attractions such as the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building & Observatory Towers, Shinjuku Times Square (Takashimaya Department Store) & the red-light district of Kabuki-cho.

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Sleepless in Shinjuku

by written on March 17, 2004

Stay in this respectable business hotel while you're in Shinjuku. It's cheap and near to the nighlife. For more details, click here

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4 Star Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 3, 2003

Prices range from \1,500 to \2,500 per night depending on size of room and if you are willing to share.

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Address: 3-2-9 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, 160-0023, Japan

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