What is the appearance of the hotel? Check the entrance and reception
The hotel is just a 3 minute walk away from JR Shinjuku Station South Exit, but it is far from downtown.
There is a big sign at the front of the hotel.
The hotel sign lights up at night, so it is easy to find the hotel.
There is a big sign.
It is convenient, because busses going and coming from the airport stops in front of the hotel.
The entrance had two doors.
If you go through the first door, there was a nice decoration of flowers.
The front desk was at the far left.
There was a sofa space at the lobby. The ceiling of the lobby is high and and there are large windows, so it was an open space with bright sunlight coming in during the day.
There were beautiful flowers being displayed in the lobby.
The lobby seen from the 2nd floor.
On the side of the stairs going up to the second floor was a nice modern-Japanese style light.
Front desk area.
Pepper, an emotion recognition humanoid robot, was standing in front of the front desk.
Inside of elevator.
Guest room floor elevator hall.
Guest room floor corridor.
There are cute paintings on hung on the wall.
What it is the Standard Twin Bed Room like?
Guest room door.
The door had a U-shaped lock.
The room was not so big, but it was a modern and calm room with dark brown furniture and warm gray based shades which was very relaxing.
I stayed in a twin bed room, so there were two semi-double beds.
There was information about a spa and a night wear on the bed.
There was a phone, memo set and an alarm on the bedside table.
There were also light switches as well.
There were drawers to the bedside table.
There paintings hung on the wall above the bed.
On the headboard was a notice about room cleaning and bout computer rental.
A plug-in outlet by the bed.
Across the bed was a TV and a desk.
A 40 inch TV.
Desk and chair.
There was information about the hotel, delivery service and tissue on the desk.
There was also a TV remote and a TV guide.
A plug-in outlet on the table.
There was a LAN cable and a laundry bag in the drawer.
Bottles/cans and combustible trash need to be thrown away separately.
There is a one person sofa and a table.
One person sofa and table.
There was a window at the back.
View from the window.
Bathtub, shower, toilet and sink was in the same room.
The bathtub was big enough and kept clean.
The shower was removable and the water pressure was strong.
You will need to adjust the cold water and hot water on your own, so it is a little complicated.
Shampoo, conditioner and body soap were prepared on the bathtub.
Bath towels were prepared.
A toilet with a Washlet function.
The mirror above the sink was big.
There was face & hand wash and an after shave prepared on the sink.
Amenity was a toothbrush set, razor, hair brush, body sponge, cotton swab and shower cap.
There was a plug-in outlet in the bathroom.
There were face towels prepared by the sink.
A small trash can under the sink.
Closet and safe
There was a closet on the right after entering the room. The closet door was a full length mirror.
The closet was not so deep, but it was not a problem for me. The closet contained hangers, a clothes brush, and a deodorant spray.
Clothes brush and deodorant spray.
There was a jeans press, slippers and a shoe horn as well. Unfortunately, there was no safe.
Mini bar and cafe
There was a cafe corner under the TV.
There were glasses, cups and tea bags.
There was also an electric kettle.
There was nothing inside the fridge.
Restaurants in the hotel
There is an Italian restaurant called the “VILLAZZA” on the first floor where I had breakfast.
It was a stylish restaurant.
Breakfast was buffet style, and there were a variety of Western-Japanese style dishes to pick from.
“VILLAZZA” also had a dining bar.
There was also a bar called “Kyujo” on the 2nd floor. You can enjoy drinks in a relaxing space.
Facilities in the hotel
There was also a relaxation salon called “Sanatio” in the hotel. It is open from 1pm to 10pm with a complete reservation system.
There were computers and printers in the business center at the lobby.
There was a currency exchange machine at the lobby as well.
There was also an ice machine and a room theater ticket vending machine next to the vending machine.
A convenience store near the hotel.
The city around the hotel.
Staff and guests
There were many staff standing at the front desk and they responded very quickly. Check-in was done using a pen on a tablet-type device. Pepper the robot gave various informations to the guests.
There was a time when there were a lot of group of guests who came by bus standing at the lobby. There were guests staying from all over the world.
Exit from the Southern Terrace Exit where Shinjuku Station Busta is located, go from the Southern Terrace side, continue along the Koshu Highway toward the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, get to intersection of LUMINE and then continue towards Yoyogi.
It was very satisfied with my stay at this hotel. It is close to Shinjuku Station and downtown, so it is convenient for shopping and dining in Shinjuku. The room has a desk and Wi-Fi, so I was able to work in the room. The room was quiet and I was able to sleep peacefully at night. I would like to stay here again myself, but also recommend this hotel to other people.