Shinjuku Prince Hotel

1-30-1 Kabukicho , Shinjuku, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 160-8487, Japan | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shinjuku


A travel blog entry by larryhq


We arrived in Tokyo and headed straight to our hotel in the district of Shinjuku. The home of the second busiest metro station in the city with four million commuters travel through this station every day. This week it including Sarah, Larry and our other 7 companions, Justin, kate, Meagan Fitzgerald and Peta, Anthony, Ian and tony. For the next 3 …

Airport Roulette, Toilets, & MSG

A travel blog entry by cbruff


I've always wanted to head to the airport & hop a plane, destination unknown, and just go with it!
So... I found a cohort in adventure... and we did! Our mission: whatever flight my friend Molly & I could get last second standby seats on (in 1st class of course) -we were getting on! How do you spell AWESOME?! I've dubbed it "Airport …

Airport Roulette and the Mecca for Toilets

A travel blog entry by meclayt

For the first time in several years, I missed my goal of going to 3 new countries every year. I did however still make 5 trips overseas between Europe and this trip to Japan. So, not a bad year for travel. This trip literally started as a game of roulette at the airport. My friend Cathy and I went to ORD not knowing what plane we would get on, what …

The Shinjuku Experience

A travel blog entry by dorisys


We arrived in Tokyo after a long flight from LAX with no tour guide planned, no driver to meet us at the gate, none of that - we were doing this all on our own! In a foreign country that we have never been to nor did we speak the language!! So, yes these two women are quite the independent variety of traveler....well, at least at the beginning of …

Leg 2 of the world tour starts here

A travel blog entry by the-gibbons


30th November we left to start the second leg of our world tour.
Temperature was 2*C when we left and it was snowing, so glad to be heading for warmer weather.
We were upgraded to a suite at the Raddisson Heathrow which was a bonus.
After a very comfortable 12 hour flight we arrived in Japan.
It took approx' 90 mins to get to the …

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Shinjuku/Nakano/Suginami area of Shinjuku, is near Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office (TMG), Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, and Shinjuku.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsShinjuku Prince Hotel

    Reviewed by larryhq

    Tokyo hotels are cheaper than dubbo hotels

    Reviewed Feb 18, 2013
    by (2 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    Pros: Centrally located, clean, friendly staff, cheap $113 for a double room.
    Cons: charge for Internet, no free breakie, staff have poor English.
    I will stay there again.

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

    This was our first stay in Tokyo, and we were very pleasantly surprised by the value in this gem of a hotel. The room, as expected was a bit cramped when compared to US standards, however, we were comfortable for the nights we stayed. We did not find the beds to be as hard as many Asian travellers indicate they are.

    The location is fantastic - there is an entry to one the train lines right outside of the exit of the hotel, and other lines (the one we took more often) were 2 blocks away. This station accommodates 1.3 million people per day - it is huge - and you can connect to any form of transportation from here - subways, buses, and even the Narita Express to the airport.

    In addition to the proximity of travel options, the hotel is steps away from hundreds of shops, restaurants (Local as well as the Golden Arches and Burger King) and department stores which are actually the large buildings that anchor the edges of the station. 7-11 style stores are also within easy walking distance to buy any items you may have forgotten or to pick up a bottle of wine for your room ;)

    The staff was very friendly and had enough knowledge of the English language to be of any assistance that we needed as far as giving us guide maps, showing us how to get to our desired destinations, and providing some good recommendations for eateries.

    The had a currency exchange desk downstairs that was convenient and provided a fair rate as we compared around town later.

    This was one of the lesser priced hotels that I found in Tokyo and I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality and value we received.

    They have a fantastic sky bar lounge upstairs which provided beautiful evening views of the lights of all the surrounding sky rises and shops. (Beware however that they may charge a cover charge...we were there late in the evening and were surprised by this, since we were hotel guests. But maybe the charge is only in effect at night).

    They also have a few menu items available in this top-floor lounge. But a word of advice to first-time travellers to Asia...when they say something on the menu is chicken, do not ASSUME they mean cleaned white chicken could be chicken liver, or chicken with fatty skin and joints and cartilage...our chicken dish we ordered up at the top-floor lounge was not what we were expecting....but that is just part of the gastro-cultural differences as we learned throughout our weeks in Asia.

    Overall, I would highly recommend a stay at the Shinjuku Price hotel as a home-base for any of your Tokyo ventures.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Shinjuku Prince Hotel

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good