If you don't spend a lot of time in your room, it is hard to beat the value of the Shinjuku Vintage.
You get access to Japan's (the world's?) busiest train station for convenient access to the rest of Tokyo, and you have access to the exciting Shinjuku area.
The only drawback is that the rooms are very, very small. Other then that, they are clean and the staff are very courteous (but note, they barely speak English, though this is common everywhere in Tokyo).
They could improve the value by not making people pay if they want more than two channels (or even one English channel). Feels like getting nickel and dimed.
Also, there is no wifi, but they include free Internet via a network cable. I brought my iPad so I was out of luck. They should get wifi!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Premier Hotel -CABIN- Shinjuku is well-located for sightseeing, business, and convenient to public transportation. About 90 minutes to Narita International Airport(Direct access by N'EX.) About 40 minutes to Haneda International Airport(Direct access by Airport Limousine Bus) ※Please note that actual time of your travel may differ from those duration shown. ... more less
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