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Hilton Tokyo is located in Shinjuku, the heart of Tokyo's business, shopping and entertainment district, and is an ideal place to experience modern Japan. A complimentary shuttle operates between the hotel and Shinjuku station and the Tokyo Metro subway is connected to the hotel. Relax in one of the modern Japanese-style rooms and admire stunning city views. The hotel offers WiFi and internet access throughout all rooms and public space. Rejuvenate in the 24-hour on-site health club and relax in the sauna or soothing whirlpool spa. Play tennis on the rooftop courts or swim laps in the indoor pool. Exercise with Technogym equipment, the official supplier of the Olympics and Paralympics. TSUNOHAZU expresses folkloric traditions and boundless energy of the Shinjuku neighborhood in an open-format space composed of colorful materials, surprising design elements and four distinct dining and entertainment zones.
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Heated pool
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Non-Smoking Hotel
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Accessible rooms
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Shinjuku is the commuting capital of Tokyo, and contains the busiest train station in the world. To the west, there's an office district with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office at its center. To the east, there’s a district with long-established department stores, cinemas and theaters. Shinjuku Gyoen is a park originally built as the garden for the Imperial Household. It is quite famous as a venue for cherry-blossom viewing in March and April. In Shinjuku, many restaurants operate all night, and districts such as Omoide Yokocho (Memory Lane) or Shinjuku Golden Machi have back streets filled with tiny restaurants and bars that reflect each owner’s unique taste and style.
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This was just a lovely, comfortable and friendly place. We are pretty low HH status but were greeted by the duty manager, who was friendly and engaging with our kids. Everyone was super-attentive, friendly, and competent. The breakfast buffet was quite good, the dinner buffet
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This has been my first choice hotel whenever I travel to Tokyo. After a tiring red eye flight, i reached the hotel for checking in at about 11.00am. It’s like a welcoming back home feeling at the front desk, as they assisted me to find an available room so that I can get some
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Response from Hotel Services R, Hilton Tokyo at Hilton Tokyo
Responded 28 Nov 2018
Thank you for your generous post and we are glad that you enjoyed your stay at Hilton Tokyo and that you were able to enjoy our Executive rooms and access to the lounge. Japan in generally is a fantastic country for hospitality, and we are glad that you were able to experience this first hand. We hope you will choose to stay with us again in the future.
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There is nothing bad to say about this hotel - from the free hotel shuttle to Shinjuku Station to the Executive lounge staff, front desk, concierge, and cleaning staff, it's A++ all the way! If there is anything the hotel could improve, it would be the elevator service -
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Having stayed at the Hilton Tokyo in February 2018, I had nothing but fond memories from my initial 5 night visit. However, I wish I could say the same about our return 2019 stay. From start to finish, the hotel just didn’t deliver. We are Hilton Honours members but booked a
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Good service, staff were comfortable speaking English, and food was delicious. The restaurant was always packed with guests and locals alike. Would be great for hotel shuttle to have multiple stops to make it mor convenient for their guests as Shinjuku station is quite massive.
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We recently stayed and I got interconnecting rooms (deluxe King and standard Twin) for a family of 4. They are very decent size rooms. I would compare price of 2 interconnecting rooms against an Executive Suite.
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How to navigate train from Narita airport to the hotel ?
If this is your first time to Japan, and if arriving at night after a long trip - then to save stress and navigating the NEX from narita to tokyo, then to another station, and then to your hotel. I would suggest the easiest is the Limousine Bus Service (otherwise referred to as hotel shuttle). Very easy to find counter at Arrivals to purchase ticket and departure point is right outside T2. There are 2 counters at T2 and two departure points outside (north and south end). Counter staff will tell you which bus stop, and the hotel stops are also written on each bus stop. The bus will take about 1 and half hours, direct to the Hilton. The bus service is also relatively cheap.
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The beds are for one person only.
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We used global advanced Comm and it worked very well. They delivered the device to the hotel and it was waiting for us upon arrival. They included a prepaid return fedex style envelope and dropped off at the front desk at the Hilton in Narita 10 days later. Worked well in tokyo, Oska and Kyoto.
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Our room did not have a DVD player (but then, when we travel, we mostly like to watch whatever is on local television - they had a really good selection of shows, many in English). They are very helpful as far as email is concerned, so for any of your questions, best just to email them. We had a ton of questions before we booked and they emailed back to us right away. (And be sure to check out their fantastic dessert buffet in the lobby-lounge - I know you'll enjoy your stay).
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"Family Tip- there's a great park across the street with an amazing playground for kids"
"Don't stay here..."
"no view honestly even 36/F and don't take 36/F super noisy"
"Ask for a room facing mt fuji"
"Room 3708 is amazing"
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PRICE RANGE
US$ 277 - US$ 661 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
hilton tokyo hotel shinjukuhilton hotel tokyohilton international shinjukushinjuku hilton
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JapanKantoTokyo PrefectureTokyoShinjukuNishishinjukuShinjuku
NUMBER OF ROOMS
821
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