What is the appearance of the hotel? Check the entrance and reception
The hotel is located in the Shinjuku Toho Building, a complex facility built on the former Shinjuku Koma Theater, and is a 5-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station East Exit.
The hotel is the 8th to 30th floors of the 30-story Shinjuku Toho Building.
Godzilla peeks out of the left side of the building. This Godzilla is built on the 8th floor rooftop and is the actual size as the Godzilla in the movie.
At night, a blue light lit up as horizontal stripes on the outer wall of the hotel, and the Godzilla’s head was also lit up.
The hotel name was displayed at the back of the escalator.
Keep walking to the back.
The hotel entrance facing Hanamichi Street.
The entrance has a double door.
There is an elevator if you walk in.
The passage to the lobby floor which is the 8th floor was decorated with posters of successive Godzillas.
Godzilla fans will love this!
The lobby was spacious with a high ceiling.
In the corner of the lobby, there was a space with sofas, so you can relax there.
The font desk was very big.
Godzilla items were being sold by the front desk.
I got a hand towel at the front desk during check-in.
There was a concierge desk next to the front desk.
The checkout is done with a machine. Insert the guest room card key into the machine, complete the payment and you are done! It is very fast and easy.
Elevators leading to the guest rooms.
If you place your key here, the elevator will automatically stop at your floor.
Guest room floor elevator hall.
Guest room floor corridor.
What is the Double Bed Room like?
Guest room door.
A door with a U-shaped lock.
The room I stayed in was not very big, so if you stay with a large suitcase, it may be difficult to get things out of your luggage. The room was simple and modern, and it was kept clean.
The bed was a double size bed with a width of 140cm. Although it is large enough to sleep on alone, it may be a bit small to sleep on with two people.
There was an alarm and a note saying no smoking allowed.
There was also a light switch, outlet socket, and a USB port on the headboard which was convenient.
There was a TV and a storage space under the TV.
You can watch videos for 1000 yen per day.
Various notices were placed under the TV, and there was a laundry bag and a LAN cable in a drawer.
Information about the hotel and a TV remote.
A mirror and two free bottles of water.
There was a plug-in outlet behind the mirror.
A luggage rack under the TV.
There was a sofa, table and a fridge next to the bed.
Sofa and table.
On top of the refrigerator shelf was a phone, memo set and a smartphone that can be used freely during your stay.
A plug-in outlet and a LAN port.
A big window.
The view from the window.
The view at night.
There was a bath mat and towels hung on the bathroom door.
The bathroom was kept clean, and I was able to wash my body comfortably.
The faucet had a timer on it.
The shower was removable and water pressure was not a problem.
It was easy to adjust the water temperature.
There was shampoo, conditioner and body soap prepared.
Bath stool and bucket.
A toilet was a Washlet function located outside of the wash room.
There was face & hand soap prepared on the sink.
Hand towels by the sink.
Amenities and nightwear prepared under the sink.
Amenities included a toothbrush set, hairbrush, razor, and a shower cap.
Hair dryer in a bag.
A trash can under the sink.
A basket for dirty clothes.
Closet and safe
There was an open closet on the right side of the room. Because it has no depth, so you cannot hang that many clothes, but it was nice that the hangers were separated into two sections. In addition, there was a full-length mirror between the two sections, so it was convenient for checking my outfit.
There was a deodorant spray, a clothes brush and a shoe horn.
A trouser presser.
A safe was in the drawer next to the sofa.
Mini bar and cafe
There was a cafe corner under the TV.
An electric kettle, cups, glasses, instant coffee and tea bags.
Two free bottles of water.
There was nothing in side the fridge.
Restaurants and shops in the hotel
On the 8th floor is a cafe terrace called “Bonjour” where I had breakfast.
The ceiling was high and it was a very open space.
It would be nice to eat on the terrace on a sunny day.
You can look at the Godzilla while having your meal.
Breakfast was buffet style with Western dishes.
Bread and sandwiches.
Donuts organized in an interesting way.
Cereal and yogurt.
Fruit, juice, smoothie and salad.
A small shop selling Godzilla goods.
Facilities in the hotel
On the 8th floor terrace, there is an almost full-sized Godzilla standing. A sign showing you the direction.
The Godzilla was impressive! There is a “Godzilla View Room” in the hotel, and you can feel the size and realism of this Godzilla head from the best viewing position.
A relief under the Godzilla.
The Godzilla lit up at night was even more intense.
There was an information center on the 8th floor, and a free-use computer (with a time limit) and a printer was installed.
A currency exchange machine and a Godzilla name sticker machine.
A vending machine.
In the vending machine corner, there was also an ice machine and a video-on-demand ticket machine.
A public telephone.
A convenience store near the hotel.
A Don Quijote was also near the hotel.
Staff and guests
The staff who checked me in seemed new at her job. The front desk was big enough to deal with group guests, and there were also several staff who were able to speak different languages. There was a concierge counter and it was used by foreigners.
The lobby was crowded with guests from all over the world.
Buildings around the hotel.
The room, bath and toilet was clean and satisfying. However, it was difficult to work in the hotel on my computer, because the room was very small. There are various things such as restaurants, mass retailers, and department stores around the hotel, so after spending time outside, you can come back and relax in your room. The night view from the window was also beautiful.