Check it Out! “Hilton Tokyo” Explicit Review

"Hilton Tokyo" is located in Nishi-Shinjuku which has many tall buildings, and is a 10-minute walk from Shinjuku Station. A free shuttle bus runs between Shinjuku Station and the hotel, as well as a paid limousine buses that run between the hotel and Haneda and Narita Airports.

What is the appearance of the hotel? Check the entrance and reception

The hotel is a 38-story building with a unusually curved shape.

The hotel sign.

There was a doorman waiting at the entrance.


The entrance seen at night. The ground was lit up, creating a nice atmosphere.

The hotel seen at night.

The entrance seen from inside of the hotel.

There was a concierge desk on the left.

There is a large open space which is a marble lounge famous for its dessert buffet.

The front desk is next to the marble lounge.

There is a sofa in front of the front desk. It is beautiful and the atmosphere is nice, but it is not very big, so you may not be able to sit and wait even when it is crowded.

Front desk.

First floor elevator hall.

Guest room floor elevator hall.

Guest room floor corridor.

What is the Executive Twin Bed Room like?

Guest room entrance door.

There is a closet on the right and a bathroom on the left.

On the bathroom side wall is an air conditioner remote.

The room seen from the entrance. It is a bight, but relaxing room with a simple design.

The window was a modern Japanese style with shoji screens and bamboo tiles, with elements that make you feel like you are in Japan.

The bed was semi-double size, not too soft and not too hard, and comfortable to sleep on.

There was a bedside table between the two beds.

There was a radio alarm clock and a tissue on the table. On the wall was a light switch and an outlet.

Next to the bed, there was a relaxing chair for one person. There was also a side table on this side with an outlet.

Across the bed was a TV and a desk.


There was a telephone, notepads, hotel guides and an outlet on the desk.

The window had a shoji screen. Soft light comes in when you close the shoji.

The view from the room. You can see many tall buildings.

You can enjoy the lights from the buildings at night.


The bathroom was just to the left of the entrance.

There is a sink on the left and a toilet at the front.

The toilet has a Washlet function.


There is a magnifying mirror.

Amenities include a toothbrush set, comb, razor, shower cap, cotton set, Crabtree & Evelyn shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion and facial soap.


There were hand towels and an outlet.

There were also bath towels prepared.

Across the sink was a bathroom with a glass door.

There was a deep bathtub.

The shower was removable. Th water pressure was strong enough.

If you open the shoji in the room, you can see the room from the bathroom.

The shoji opened.

The shoji closed.

Closet and safe

There is a luggage rack on next to the closet.

There is a yukata in the drawer.

There were plenty of hangers in the closet.

In the closet was an iron, ironing board, shoehorn, clothes brush, and a sewing set.

There were also slippers prepared.

A safe was in the closet.

Mini bar and cafe

There was a cafe corner. Free water was prepared.

Teapot and cups.

There were tea bags and coffee.

The side of the shelf.

Glasses and cups were inside.

There was also an electric kettle, ice bucket, tea press and coffee beans.

There was a fridge with alcohol, sodas and snacks inside that cost money.

Restaurants in the hotel

Restaurant were on the 1st and 2nd floor.

The entire second floor was a restaurant, and each restaurants had no partitions, surrounded the atrium of the lobby and was spacious area.

Teppanyaki counter.

Sushi counter.

Bar & Lounge ZATTA.

There was a Chinese restaurant called “Dynasty,” and there was a Metropolitan grill on the second floor.

On the first floor is the Marble Lounge with a dessert buffet. I had breakfast at this lounge.

On the day I stayed, there was a dessert buffet called “Hoppy Honey Holic” with desserts honey, cheese and summer fruit. It was a very cute space.

Breakfast was buffet style with variety of foods to choose from.


Japanese side dishes and salad.

Chirashi Sushi and noodles. The condiments were well prepared.

Waffles, pancakes, French toast and etc. Various kinds of sauces were prepared.


Breakfast example.

Executive Lounge

I stayed in the Executive Room, so I was able to use the Executive Lounge on the 37th floor. The lounge, which was renewed in April 2019, is open between 6:00 and 21:00. It was quite crowded during evening cocktails and breakfast, but it was still a relaxing and cozy space.

Around 15:00 was tea time, so cakes and scones were provided.

Cocktail time was from 18:00.

Various types of liquor were prepared.

There were also sodas and hot drinks as well.

Snacks were also provided.

There were soup, gratin, and fish dishes.

I was able to spend a relaxing time while looking at the beautiful night view.

They also serve breakfast here.

Facilities in the hotel

There is a gym in the hotel. It is open 24 hours a day, and it includes an indoor pool and a sauna.

Tennis court.

There is a currency exchange machine on the first floor.

There was a rental cycle service.

Hotel surroundings

The hotel is located in an office district with many tall buildings, but it is a quiet area even though the busy area is nearby.

Shinjuku Central Park is right near the hotel.

You can walk to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

In the basement of the hotel is a shopping center called Hilltopia.

There are restaurants and convenient stores in Hilltopia.

Staff and customer base

The staff were very polite. There were many staff members standing everywhere, so it was easy to ask something when I had problems.

There were many foreign tourists, and I did not see many Japanese guests staying this time.


The hotel is connected to the subway Marunouchi Line Nishi Shinjuku Station and the Oedo Line Tochomae Station via an underground passage. It takes about 10 minutes on foot from Shinjuku Station, but there is a free shuttle bus the runs from the station. There is also a paid limousine bus between Haneda Airport/Narita Airport and the hotel, so it is convenient wherever you go.


I had a nice stay at this hotel. I stayed in the executive room this time, so it was nice to have access to the executive lounge. The lounge was quiet and relaxing. There was also a variety of drinks and the light buffet was satisfying, so I didn’t have to go out to eat at night, and just relaxed in the hotel. The room was not very big, but it was clean and cozy. It is a hotel built in a good location, close to Shinjuku Station, but not in a busy area.

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