RIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo

Address: 1-104-19 Totsuka-machi, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 169-8613, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Shinjuku/Nakano/Suginami area of Shinjuku, is near Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Chinzanso Garden, Eisei Bunko Foundation, and Zoshigaya Missionary Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo Shinjuku

    Reviewed by fazyd

    Righa Royal

    Reviewed Apr 25, 2013
    by (1 review) , Malaysia Flag of Malaysia

    Excellent hotel and the rooms are good and very clean. The rooms are huge (based on Tokyo satndards), but it is far from shopping areas and not lcated right into the train station. It is only 5 mins walk (again, Tokyo standards) to the nearest station and the hotel provided free shuttle to Takandobaba station leaving the hotel every 30 mins.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews RIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo Shinjuku

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    A travel blog entry by ebroadfield on Sep 02, 2015

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    Not 'lost in translation' town

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Apr 10, 2015

    ... no shouting or calling others and no cars or trucks use their horn. Most often the subways are almost silent in the cars which are open from one to the next. Toilets in hotels and restaurants and shops all have heated seats with warm water sprayers to cleanse one's behind etc.. In the subway and the parks there were only pit toilets which was shocking. Japanese are all very fashionable. Young women all wear black tights, instead of nylons. Young men wear short ...

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    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Mar 01, 2015

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    We arrived! A little later than planned but that's ok as we had no actual plans anyhow! The flight was almost 12 hours it went by pretty fast but still it's hard to be such a big person in a little seat for that long!!! Going through customs was a breeze, we asked the easiest/cheapest way to get to Shinjuku and took the train into Tokyo! It was 3000 yen which is somewhere between 30/40 dollars for two. It was ...

    First day culture shock

    A travel blog entry by russellgibson on Dec 02, 2014

    Flew to KL and Tokyo uneventful. The Air Malaysia staff were continuously on microphone preaching about safety measures and keeping us safe, I couldn't help thinking that Malaysian Airlines should have been thinking safety prior to the two catastrophic incidents of their planes, but perhaps I’m pessimistic?

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    Japan in a microcosm...

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 20, 2014

    ... came out on top in the sparring bouts I watched. Even from outside the power of the impacts was palpable and it is jot one for the feint hearted. From here I returned to shinjuku for more insanity in the form of about 45 minutes in the cat cafe, which is two floors rooms filled with cats in a building in the centre. People, presumably without their only pets, go to stroke, play with and, in one serious looking guy's case, read comic books to the cats. ...