I had 2 nights in the Lonestar. It was very convenient to the subway, the shopping, and the nightlife of ni-chome. The room was tiny, but acceptable, and very clean. Free wi-fi in the lobby (and in your room, if they had a special wi-fi box available to lend -- all of them were lent out on my first night, but I had one the 2nd night), and a simple breakfast to at least get your day started.
Communication with the staff was relatively limited, as most of them didn't seem to speak much English, and I didn't speak much Japanese -- but they were very nice and helpful.
I walked with my luggage from the train station at Shinjuku, thinking it wouldn't be a very far walk, (which it's really not), but I would definitely take a taxi next time instead of wheeling my roller suitcases around the city streets.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Shinjuku: Tokyo's second city center. There is a place to relax in this bustling neighborhood, center of many of Tokyo's main transportation routes. The lobby features a modernist touch, with black Italian tile and leather stools. Guest rooms have a minimalist, modern design, accented by framed artwork selected by our own graphic designer. The location offers easy access to the rest of the city, perfect for both business and sightseeing. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- City Hotel Shinjuku
- City Hotel Lonestar Shinjuku, Tokyo