Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku

Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku

5-15-8 Shinjuku, Shinjuku 160-0022 Tokyo Prefecture
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See why so many travellers make Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku their hotel of choice when visiting Shinjuku. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.

Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku is a hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.

The hotel features 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and 24 hour security. Plus, guests can enjoy breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Shinjuku. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Hanazono Shrine (0.1 mi) and Shinjuku West Exit Camera Town (0.8 mi), guests of Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku can easily experience some of Shinjuku's most well known attractions.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the steakhouses, including New York Grill, Ikinari Steak Shinjuku Nichome, and Teppanyaki Yamanami, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku.

If you are interested in exploring Shinjuku, check out one of the art museums, such as Yayoi Kusama Museum, Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Nippponkoa Museum of Art, and Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku as you experience all of the things Shinjuku has to offer.

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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Coffee shop
Banquet room
Massage
24-hour security
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Parking
Wifi
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Vending machine
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
Room features
Air conditioning
Housekeeping
Safe
Telephone
Coffee / tea maker
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Mid-range
Family
Languages Spoken
English, Japanese

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5-15-8 Shinjuku, Shinjuku 160-0022 Tokyo Prefecture
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Becky wrote a review Mar 2020
New South Wales, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel was only about 10 minutes walk from Shinjuku train station. Located in a quiet part of Shinjuku but easy access to surrounding shops and restaurants. The room was small, but good size for a Japanese hotel. Had all the basic necessities needed and was clean and tidy. Close to family mart a d 7/11 for snacks etc.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Yala wrote a review Aug 2005
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed there Aug'05 with family in triple room for 7 days avg@ JPY 17,820 /night in main bldg.
Hotel Main Bldg: Appearance = average. Overall, it's a very clean and efficient hotel. Rooms are OK sized (I've seen much smaller in Japan). Bathrooms are small (like all of Japan). Windows are good-sized (1½m x 1m) and can open. Room carpet colour could have been more cheerful.
Facilities = good. Main Bldg: Lobby is roomy (for Japan) with double height ceiling and presentably business-like. Lounge is small and cute with 2 PCs giving free high-speed internet access (yes, I said free).
Annex Bldg: Lobby is similar if a little smaller with standard height ceiling. Restaurant Floret (breakfast is served here) is medium-sized and quite nice in appearance. I am told the rooms in Annex bldg are smaller than main bldg.
Staff = good+. Most speak good english, are very helpful and courteous.

Location = average+: Hotel is north-east of Shinjuku JR station appx 15 mins walk. Shinjuku is an excellent location but the walk to the hotel can be tiring in the August sun. If you took the Airport Limousine Bus (JPY 3,000 to Shinjuku BusStop23), I'd take a taxi (JPY 750) if you have big luggage. Normally, you'd take Shinjuku JR station east-exit, go straight onto pedestrian walkway; at road, turn left and you'll be on the main road with the main Isetan dept store on your right; walk to Isetan and follow it round to the left; the hotel is now straight in front of you appx 7 mins walk. When taking a taxi, it helps to mention "Hanazono Jinja", the shrine in front of SunLite.

Useful Tips :
- Pre-buy some breakfast vouchers for JPY 1,050 as it costs more on the day. Breakfast choices are American [fried egg, sausage, salad, carb, big toast & a hot beverage], Japanese 1 [grilled fish, soup, rice, pickle] or Japanese 2 [grilled fish, rice porridge, soup, pickle].
- If you get bored of this breakfast, Cafe Veloce is nearby (cross the road, turn left) with coffee and danish.
- Nearly all restaurants will offer a lunch promotion which is excellent value. Nearby restaurant MiSenSo (exit hotel, turn left appx 20 steps) has korean-style cook-it-yourself BBQ meats with lunch buffet at JPY 1,000 (yes, all you can eat).
- Want to try Unagi (eel)? Go to nearly and inexpensive Meshiya-Don (cross the road, turn right, walk appx 100m) where you use a vending-machine to buy a meal-voucher which you hand to the chef [the vend-machine is the cashier].
- SunLite hotel's restaurant Floret a'la carte menu is medium priced. But for dinners, you can buy a dinner-voucher from reception which gives much better value for money.
- Get to know the big department stores like Takashimaya and especially Isetan (good for short-cuts through the store). Most dept stores have very reasonably priced restaurants and/or food court. I recommend Takashimaya's 13th floor Studio Fresco restaurant (italian).

Other General Tips :
- Japan isn't as expensive as it was but you have to look a bit. Especially with restaurants, you sometimes just have to walk in and have a look. We ate in some great restaurants where no-one spoke much english, where there wasn't even a restaurant-name in english, and we did things by pointing at the plastic foods in the window or the photo-menus. You have to be brave, then the fun starts.
- Instead of a few luggage bags, consider just one large luggage bag for Japan as rooms can be small and the luggage takes up space.
- Wherever you go, pick up any free maps/ brochures as these are really useful. It's quite easy to get lost... especially in Shinjuku station.
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Date of stay: August 2005
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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pablitoway wrote a review May 2005
Newport Beach, CA
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku was a quick start to Japan for my wife & I. We found our way in the rain to the hotel the evening we arrived in Japan, with help of maps and the recognizable hotel sign. The room we stayed in was in the main building not the annex, but was probably the smallest of our seven hotels while visiting the country. We kept running into each other while getting ready in the morning. There was no place to hang clothes (or wet raincoats), but the hotel served it's purpose - function and location. The hotel is on the wild shinjuku side of the tracks, and has plenty of nighttime activities nearby. The hotel bill ended up at 34,413 Yen for three nights in a double with no meals. Internet access was free in the lobby. Walking time to the main train station was no less than 5 minutes.
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Date of stay: March 2005
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Susan B wrote a review Jan 2020
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oh my goodness. This hotel was a shocker. The rooms were dark and dingy and smelled so bad. The stale smoke residue is still in our clothes. We asked to move from the smoking floor but they said the hotel was full and then said they would charge us extra to move. The staff were rude and unhelpful. The pictures I am seeing here on trip advisor bares no resemblance to our three room ( all different sizes even though we booked double rooms). We could not open our cases unless we put them on the bed one at a time and the spray bottle that was suppose to be a smoke diffuser was basically water and just added to the whole muggy ambiance of a windowless room that smelt like an ashtray. When there was an earthquake in the middle of the night I was sure we were doomed with a one person elevator and no access to the outside world. Still we survived and had a great time fighting over the two stale croissants that were on offer every morning to feed the supposedly full hotel. The actual reception for the hotel was across the road and I'm now wondering if we were actually in the hotel Sunlite at all or just thrown across the road in the foreigner's section. I have stayed in three star Tokyo hotels before and can assure you this was not a three star hotel.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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edyTBD wrote a review Feb 2020
malaysia
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We have asked for non smoking room but when we step into the room, there is this very strong cigarette smell. since it was late and we just need to take a quick rest. The room also very dusty. Better to avoid this hotel.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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ashchiang wrote a review Jan 2007
Sydney, Australia
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
I was on my first round the world trip in May/June 06 - 6 countries, 10 cities, 9 hotels throughout Asia, Europe and America. I was not backpacking, but still on the budget.

Tokyo was my second stop.

It was not my first visit to Japan, and certainly it will not be the last. Tokyo is one of the expensive cities in the world, with high-density population, each square meter of the land expectable costly. Therefore, I didn’t expect the hotel rooms would be specious and cheap. Especially I was trying to stay in the Tokyo city circle for my short visit. “City circle” I called, is the circle on the metro line where all the major places you should visit with most of the attractions such as Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Harajuku (where you can see Harajuku girls), Yoyogi, Shibuya, Ebisu, Tokyo and etc.

Hotel Sunlite is located in the heart of Shinjuku, less than 10 mins walk to all the shops, restaurants, karaokes, entertaining places and Shinjuku station. Although it is close to everything, the street where the hotel is actually located is quiet. So you don’t have to worry about the noises and be able to have a good night sleep.

Hotel Sunlite in Japan is classified as a business hotel and you do see a lot of business men in suits who look serious all the time.

The staff working at reception were very helpful and polite, although they looked just as serious as those business people, I guess it is the culture thing that they don’t really smile when it comes to work, however, they presented themselves professionally.

The room, as I mentioned, unless you are willing to pay for the top price, to get the room like the one in “lost in translation”, as a budget traveller, the room I got was small but not too bad. The room was clean and comfortable. The bathroom was small, it reminded me of the cabin toilet on the plane plus a small but deep bath tub. However, you do get everything else like, slippers, towels, toiletries, bath robe, hair dryer, coffee & tea etc.

The hotel facility, may be I didn’t explore much, I can only recall the free internet access in the lobby. You would thank them for having that, otherwise it would be so difficult to find internet café with little Japanese without knowing your way around.

The price for the room was not expensive, I paid approximately 7000 yen for one night with no breakfast included, I think it was pretty good for the hotel in Shinjuku.

Shinjuku is a busy area, many restaurants, shops and entertaining places around, a fun place to hang out, but easily to get lost (lol), simply because they are many allies, the street signs are in Japanese, so many neon lights look the same, you sort of getting dejavu by just walking around. By the way, there is a local shrine just opposite the hotel, worth checking out.

Shinjuku station is another busy area, not joking, very busy, cause it is a big station, people are everywhere. The station itself is very confusing and complicated. Not to mention there are quite a few exits which lead you to the completely different directions. It is not like you get out and walk around the station and you will be back to where you were. The station has 14 platforms, here comes the confusing part, the station has many layers, it is not so easy to find platforms, although there are signs, but sometimes you do have to walk up and down, cross here and there, end up on the other side of the station, and then you have to walk back and walk around to find the right way and realise you are still lost. First time I arrived from the international airport via Narita express, it took me 45mins to 1 hour just to find the right exit. Thank to the concept that earth is round, eventually I got out of the station. Nevertheless, it was fun to experience the Shinjuku station maze.

Japanese metro is as confusing as Shinjuku station, and bare in mind that if you want to stay somewhere outside the “city circle”, although it seems not far on the map, sometimes it does take a while to get around.

Anyway, Hotel Sunlite is highly recommended, I enjoyed my stay.
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Date of stay: January 2007
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled solo
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traveller1972 wrote a review Jul 2006
London, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The Sunlite Shinjuku is in the heart of Tokyo's bustling entertainment district and a good 7 to 10 minutes walk from Shinjuku station (if your coming from Narita airport, Shinjuku station is on the direct JR Narita Express line).

Alternatively, the hotel is only a 3 minutes walk from Shinjuku Sanchome underground station (if you manage to find the right exit...).

When I booked the room for 6 nights (directly on their own website) I was lucky. They were offering all rooms at a discounted rate (during 2006) because the hotel had been open for 30 years. This meant I only ended up paying about 7200 yen per night for a single room.

My room wasn't big, but this is Tokyo so I didn't expect a royal suite before I arrived. The shower isn't big at all, but again, I didn't expect something big. With this in mind, I wasn't disappointed at all. There was a fridge, water cooker, slippers, night gown, tooth brush, soap and towel in the room. So all in all well equiped.

The cleanliness of the hotel and room was excellent. Housekeeping was excellent. Also, a big plus is the free internet access in the loby area. There are 2 pc's (with Japanese/English keyboards), but if you bring your own laptop, you can ask for a LAN cable so you can use your own pc.

I once made use of the hotel's breakfast facilities (I bought a breakfast voucher the night before for 1050 yen). I wasn't impressed by the breakfast. There are three choices; an American style breakfast (sausage, egg, toast, coffee) or Japanese style breakfast (fried salmon, rice). The quality was below average and the quantity quite meager. So have breakfast in Isetan or the nearby Starbucks. It might not be very 'cultural' but offers better value for money.

The hotel also offers a washing machine which you can use free of charge. You can buy washing powder in a nearby convenience store (open 24 hours a day) for only 120 yen.

The reception staff were very friendly and helpful.

I have to add one down point though. The doors of the hotel close from 02.00 to 05.30 in the morning, so if you're going out keep this in mind.

I would recommend this hotel!
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Date of stay: June 2006
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Cme1234 wrote a review May 2016
Singapore, Singapore
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Just checked out of this hell hole. There is really nothing positive about this hotel except for the location if you do not mind a 10 min walk to the subway.

First of all, the semi double room is extremely small and the cleanliness is sub standard. The carpet was stained and the bedsheets and towels were yellowish. The miniature toilet had a foul urine smell. Sound proofing is also poor. I got woken up by the flushing of toilet in the next room.

The most deal breaking issue is the hotel's curfew policy to lock everyone in the annex building from between 2 to 5.30 am. For those who stay in the annex building, make sure you return to the hotel before 2 am or you will have to wait until 5.30am to get in!! Besides the inconvenience caused by this curfew, the safety of the guests is also compromised. If there is a fire during those curfew hours, everyone will be burnt to death in the building. Their cost saving measure of not operating their front desk in the annex building during those hours is simply not acceptable as this compromises the safety of the guests.

Please also note that the luggage deposit service is not free. There is a 1000 yen charge per luggage.

Nobody at the reception seem to understand English or it was just my luck that I did meet anyone who could understand or speak English during my 6 day stay.

The staff here are mostly not polite and do not do justice to the Japanese hospitality we all are familiar with.

There is also no bottled water provided and you will need to buy your own as the water from the tap may not be safe to drink.

The breakfast was nothing to shout about. The same stuff everyday with very limited variety. It is not worth the 1000 yen. The breakfast service time was between 7-10 am but when I got there at 9 am, the food was mostly gone and was not replenished.

In short, if you like to be nickel and dime for the most basic hotel services, compromise your own safety and do not mind staying in a dirty depilated room, then you can consider this. If not, then please do not pay something close to USD 100 for this hell hole.
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled solo
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mick b wrote a review Nov 2014
Surfers Paradise, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Short 5-7 min walk from J R station take- east exit. Plenty of good eating options nearby.
Hotel staff friendly & helpful,enough English to assist.
Room was clean & neat,average size for Japan.
Japanese breakfast was excellent.
Overall good value for money. Would recommend.
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Date of stay: November 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Little Grey Box wrote a review May 2014
Brisbane, Australia
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the Hotel Sunlite for two nights. It is located in Tokyo's red-light district, but I never felt unsafe or like I was in a 'bad' area.

The hotel rooms are very small, but fine for a couple of days. If you're on a budget and need somewhere to sleep, shower and chill out - this is a good place to stay.

My husband and I had to squeeze onto the bed, which is about the size of a double, but it wasn't uncomfortable at all! We slept just fine. The shower/toilet area is very small but fine too. The television doesn't get English channels, but you get free wifi so it all evens out.

The only real downside is the walls are very thin and we listened to a young couple have a huge fight about how he never does what she wants to do and "Tomorrow is MY day, Tom. We are doing what I WANT TO DO". It was very entertaining.

Don't book this hotel expecting luxury, it's a basic hotel at an affordable price and will suit you just fine if you go into it with that expectation.

Golden Gai, Robot Restaurant and the shopping and sights of Shinjuku are close walking distance. There some great food options up the road (near the starbucks) and it's easy to catch the train to everywhere else you need to go.

Staff are friendly, helpful and let us check in an hour early (after I slept off some of my jet-lag on the hotel lobby lounge chair).
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Date of stay: April 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We requested a room on a higher floor to ensure we got a little bit of a view out the window, it...
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Epin asked a question Jun 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia75 contributions37 helpful votes
How to ensure that your booking is in the main building? Thanks
Answer from Concetta P
London, United Kingdom23 contributions4 helpful votes
For what I know, the rooms are in the main building. Just the restaurant is located in the building next to the main one.
ap852015 asked a question Oct 2018
Bucharest, Romania34 contributions59 helpful votes
Hi, do you know if all room come with a mini fridge and a small kettle? Thanks
Answer from Bec F
Chuo, Japan27 contributions6 helpful votes
Yes they do
Answer from Highadventurer
Singapore, Singapore5,046 contributions752 helpful votes
my reply is 2 years later, i did the same and got a big rejection ! answer: no allowed to store luggage once are no longer a guest !!
Chris340301 wrote a tip Jan 2020
Manila, Philippines65 contributions92 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"The main building is better than the Annex"
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Concetta P wrote a tip Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom23 contributions4 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Shinjuku, small room, traditional breakfast"
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Graeme R wrote a tip Jun 2017
Devonport, Australia199 contributions98 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Think twice about even looking at this hotel. There are more around"
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jakewilsonreviews wrote a tip Aug 2016
Ipswich, Australia16 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"ask for a Updated room is possible"
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Mary N wrote a tip Jul 2016
Perth, Australia27 contributions11 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"We stayed at std economy which is small. Ask for non smoking room if need one, do not assume as there are smoking rooms."
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PRICE RANGE
₹5,762 - ₹9,354 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
sunlite hotel shinjuku
LOCATION
JapanKantoTokyo PrefectureTokyoShinjukuShinjuku / Shinjuku / Nakano / Suginami
NUMBER OF ROOMS
197
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
Nearby attractions include KUJIRA ENTERTAINMENT (0.3 km), Shinjuku Shisha Club (0.5 km), and Sake Market Shinjuku (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and breakfast buffet.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
Yes, paid private parking on-site is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
Conveniently located restaurants include Craft Beer Factory Shinjuku Ale, Mugi no Oto, and Nihonshu Genka Sakagura Shinjuku East Entrance.
Is Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 km away from the centre of Shinjuku.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tokyo Central Railway Station (5.4 km), Nezu Shrine (5.6 km), and Yasukuni Shrine (3.3 km).
Is Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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