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Hotel Wing International Shinjuku

1-21-7, Kabukicho, Shinjuku 160-0021 Tokyo Prefecture
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What you can expect during your stay
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
  • Daily temperature and symptom checks for staff
  • Individually wrapped toiletries
Updated 14/11/21 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
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Updated 14/11/21 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


#6 of 26 hotels in Kabukicho
Hotel Wing International Shinjuku is located in the middle of Shinjuku area. It takes just 6-7 minutes on foot from JR Shinjuku Station, and just 1 minute from Seibu-Shinjuku Station. If you would like to enjoy shopping, foods, entertainment, and nightlife in Shinjuku, our hotel is the right place. The reception is open 24 hours, and our original mattress will surely support your comfortable sleep.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Breakfast available
Vending machine
Self-serve laundry
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Room features
Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, Japanese
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Carlos_Ventures wrote a review Sep 2021
San Clemente, California18 contributions26 helpful votes
Giving this place 2 stars just because the location is great. The hotel itself not so much especially since we paid ive 150 usd a night. Our room was small and that does not bother me one bit, what bothered me was that the room smell like cigarettes even though we requested a non smoking room. The smell made me sick. If you can find it at a cheaper price and don’t mind the smell of smoke then it’s not a bad spot, otherwise I would suggest staying elsewhere.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
Robert C wrote a review Mar 2020
18 contributions18 helpful votes
Quite a hike to the train station. $10 taxi ride required. Room is small, and windows are locked shut. I was dying for fresh air. Had to prop open the door with a slipper. Breakfast is extra and is $18 and only Japanese style (no attempts at western breakfast). No coffe in the room. Had to go in pjs and slippers to the lobby and tackle the coffee machine which gives demi tassies only. Much better value out there.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
2 Helpful votes
BN S wrote a review Feb 2020
Atlanta, Georgia11 contributions7 helpful votes
I’d give it a 3/5: overall not a bad hotel. Not the best, not the worst I’ve ever stayed at in Shinjuku. Cons: - [ ] This hotel might as well be called a Love Hotel 🏩, you can even rent rooms by the hour. I know it’s in Kabukicho, but it’s in the corner of hooker hang out, there are literally prostitutes right outside trying to solicit clients and meeting their salaryman customers inside. Now I don’t have such an issue with this but if you’re a prude or have kids it may not be ideal. There’s also homeless people sleeping outside in this area, right at the corner. You can see both these eyesores right outside your window. I would describe it as the “dirtiest” I’ve seen Japan, as far as there just being trash outside etc. since Japan is a very clean country otherwise. - [ ] No free breakfast like other budget hotels such as nearby Super Hotel (it’s about $12 a person, $8 the first day with a coupon they give you, it’s very good though). - [ ] Even if you get a non-smoking room your room will still smell like cigarette smoke from the ventilation. - [ ] The temperature is controlled by the hotel. For example: they advised that the heat in the room would be on, which is fine during winter but what if you don’t want the room to be that warm? You can turn on the air conditioner inside the room but it’s counterproductive since the heat will be blasting too. However, if you tell them it’s too hot they’ll bring you a portable fan and that helps a lot - [ ] The bed is so-so, there’s only 2 pillows, not sure if you can ask for extra but it would have been much more comfortable if available - [ ] There’s not many lighting options, there’s either one really bright light or a very very dim one - [ ] Hotel Tonight falsely stated the breakfast is free, again, it is not. It’s about 12 USD per person except for one day they give you a coupon for the cost to be around 8-9 dollars. Pros: - [ ] If you want to experience Shinjuku and all the hustle and bustle Tokyo has to offer, you can’t beat the location. Everything is in walking distance -subway station, food, entertainment, arcades, there’s a bowling alley and arcade next door, there’s a bar next door, you’re in the center of all the action. You can easily walk to all the restaurants, touristy stuff like Golden Gai, Robot Restaurant, Godzilla Road, and all the shopping areas. - [ ] The breakfast is good. If you like traditional Japanese breakfast (or haven’t experienced it) I highly recommend paying for it at least once during your stay. They offer a variety of items including some western offerings like eggs, pastries, salad, dessert, etc. and additionally have rice, fish, a variety of Japanese salads like potato and macaroni salad, a few different soups including Phô and the service is good - [ ] The staff is very nice and helpful - [ ] The amenities such as toiletries 🧴 are abundant. They have beauty products such as face cleanser, moisturizer, cotton swabs, toothbrushes, shaving 🪒 cream, hairbrushes, hair ties, razors, bath 🛁 sponges 🧽 , etc and it’s all complimentary. You can also rent things such as a shoe dryer? And they have a “towel warmer” in the lobby. - [ ] The room with the full size bed is not uncomfortably small. It fit 2 people just fine. We had enough room to lay out our luggage. The bathroom is small but it’s typical for Japan. It has the standard Japanese toilet with some of the bells and whistles like washlet and the heated seat is nice. It’s a pretty clean hotel by acceptable standards. It’s not pristine and immaculately spotless but it’s not dirty. - [ ] They will give you the option to make the room up or they’ll just leave you a bag with new towels, robes and a bag of toiletries including tea. It’s very convenient because there’s 3 magnets on the the back of the door you use to advise them whether you want your room cleaned or not, or if you just want a bag of new towels, etc. - [ ] There’s plenty of drink vending machines available so if everything’s closed including the bar you won’t go thirsty - [ ] There’s 2 FamilyMarts right next door - [ ] Free wifi- it’s ok, a little spotty - [ ] You can pay extra to check out later up to 2PM (3 hrs later and it costs 1,000 yen an hour). All in all, not a bad hotel. The staff is very nice and helpful. For the price, it’s definitely worth it. We stayed 5 nights and paid around $400USD. We probably wouldn’t stay here again just because we prefer others in the area that are about the same price that offer a little more and are newer. We chose this hotel from Hotel Tonight since they have good recommendations and since Super Hotel was completely booked. I’d recommend it for adults for sure, maybe not so much for kids. For around $70 USD a night, you can’t beat it, I mean you can’t even get a decent motel at that price in the US usually.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
Tuwaiting wrote a review Dec 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands313 contributions63 helpful votes
Hotel is very clean, tidy and spacious (as price we paid in Shinjuku, Tokyo). It is very convenience to go shopping and local fodd. Staffs are very friendly and helpful. They offer free hot tea and coffee. We stayed just 01 night and the hotel helped to keep our lugguge until 10pm. I’m surely going to come back here for next trip to Tokyo
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
2 Helpful votes
Jason W wrote a review Dec 2019
Auckland, New Zealand49 contributions9 helpful votes
The hotel is nice - not flash - but comfortable. My room was small, but perfect for me as I wasn't going to be spending much time at the hotel as I was in Tokyo for business. As with all hotels in Japan, everything is very compact including the bathroom. There is wifi and cable internet - both are excellent speed. There is plenty of eating and drinking options surrounding the hotel, and a convenience store at the bottom. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly and it was very close to Shinjuku Train Station. I would definitely stay again !
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Date of stay: November 2019
Trip type: Travelled on business
US$46 - US$174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanKantoTokyo PrefectureTokyoShinjukuKabukichoShinjuku / Shinjuku / Nakano / Suginami
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Wing International Shinjuku
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Wing International Shinjuku?
Nearby attractions include Magical Trip (0.3 km), Magic Bar Tejinaya Shinjuku (0.1 km), and KUJIRA ENTERTAINMENT (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Wing International Shinjuku?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a hot tub.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Wing International Shinjuku?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Wing International Shinjuku?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Wing International Shinjuku?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mugi no Oto, Mo-Mo-Paradise Kabukicho Honten, and Teppan Baby Shinjuku.
Is Hotel Wing International Shinjuku located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 km away from the centre of Kabukicho.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hotel Wing International Shinjuku?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Wing International Shinjuku?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Wing International Shinjuku?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tokyo Central Railway Station (6.0 km), Nezu Shrine (6.0 km), and Sengaku-ji Temple (7.1 km).
Is Hotel Wing International Shinjuku accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.