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Shinjuku Prince

Tokyo
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General

A mere five minutes' walk from Shinjuku station, this hotel puts all of the city at your disposal. It is set amid a bustling entertainment district, Kabuki-cho, and shopping and business hubs are also a short stroll away. There's plenty of sightseeing opportunities nearby, and the transport options are endless, meaning easy access to the subway or routes to the airport.

Room Description

Cosy and inviting, the standard rooms here come with LCD TVs, complimentary high-speed internet access, and an assortment of handy bathroom amenities. Stylish work desks with adjustable lamps, and a decor of rich colours are pleasing on the eye. In deluxe rooms, the comfy living areas are perfect for enjoying inspiring views of the city rooftops.

Activities

At the hotel's dedicated tourist information desk you can not only get help on navigating your way around the city but also book train tickets and limousine buses. It's open 24 hours a day. If you're heading out to explore then right around the corner is Hanazono Shinto Shrine: this familiar guardian dates from the 17th century. You can also spend a relaxing few hours in the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, created in 1906 for the imperial household. Japanese, French and English styles are combined to impressive effect.

Dining

An exclusive setting in the sky, Fuga-Wafu restaurant is the place to sample delectable Japanese cooking made with seasonal ingredients. A gorgeous panorama awaits as you tuck into the likes of fish and pickles, tempura and sushi. Come here for lunch, dinner, or simply to enjoy a drink at the bar while soaking up the incredible views.

Address

30-1, KABUKI-CHO 1- CHOMETOKYO160-8487JP

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