2-3-15 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan | map
Why this hotel? Popular hotel. Next to subway. Walk to gay bars. Free WiFi.
7.7 Very Good - based on 4394 Agoda reviews
Located next to the Higashi-Shinjuku subway station, the great-value E-HOTEL has just about everything you need – free WiFi, self-service laundromat, 24-hour convenience shop, computer station and Tully’s Coffee shop on the ground floor.
Guest rooms feature comfortable beds, flat screen TV with movies on demand, air conditioning, electric kettle. Laptops are available for rent at the 24-hour front desk.
The Kabuki entertainment district and the Ni-chome gay bars and clubs are just 10 minutes’ walk away.
venue: hotel (旅馆) | features: shop, massage, free wi-fi (铺子, 按摩, 免费无线上网)
The worst hotel
“While the room was clean it was tiny. If one person was standing the other person had to be on the bed. No place to sit in the room but on the bed. The bed filled the room. And no place to put clothes. And the bathroom was TINY. A large person would not fit on the toilet. I was so cramped in the bathroom that I could not poop for four days. And don't get me started on the "free breakfast". I don't know what your mama used to make you for breakfast but I sure hope it wasn't that. Other than that, a pleasant stay.“
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