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This contemporary hotel features a prime situation just a few steps from Higashi Shinjuku subway station, in central Tokyo. Other important tourist attractions and dining venues can be found in the surrounding area. Haneda International Airport is about a 30-minute driving distance from the complex. This exclusive hotel provides its guests with the most exclusive service to make visitors’ stay as pleasant as possible. The different accommodation units have been decorated in soothing tones featuring wooden furnishings. They all come with all the essential elements for a comfortable and memorabl...More details
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Good location, affordable but extremely small
Reviewed 23 february, 2020
Location: in Shinjuku, 10 minutes walking distance from all the restaurants, shopping, sex district, Shinjuku train station. The hotel is above a subway station. Easy access and safe. I would recommend staying in Shinjuku if you are visiting Tokyo as at night all the action is steps away. Price: booked in advance at a reduce rate which was around $140CAD per night. Size: Hotel in Japan are usually small but this was very small, the bathroom is the smallest I have seen, The room and bathroom together are smaller than a cabin on a cruiseship. The sink faucet is shared with the shower (up is the shower down is the sink). When sitting on the toilet, my knees were touching the door. Our bags were in a pile, the double size bed (not queen) was touching two walls. The room had a small fridge which was useful and it was clean. If I was going back I would try to find a hotel with larger room but if I would consider staying there again
Great staff, terrible rooms...
Reviewed 21 january, 2020
Wow! We had just been up in the snow and came to this hotel, after a long day travelling. The check in and check out was easy enough with a great front desk staff. We got up to our rooms and boy oh boy was it tiny. There was 2 of us with 1 large suitcase each and 2 smaller bags each. There was no where we could put our suitcase. We unpacked all our clothes onto any space we could find. The bathroom was terrible. Our toilet seat was wonky so when you sat on it your bum would touch the inside of the toilet. Knees touch the door when on toilet. No hot water in shower. To get hot water you had to flush the toilet. Whole bathroom was soaked after we had used the shower. Hairs on the wall. When staff came to clean our room and gave us knew water bottles, they completely pushed my clothes (that were folded and stacked nicely) out of the way so they could place 2 water bottles and a sign on the table. The pillows were rocks and for days I have had such a sore back, it’s crazy!!! We will definitely not be staying here again!! I highly recommend others to stay away.
Great location, helpful staff, clean room and a wonderful stay!
Reviewed 8 january, 2020
A 15 minute walk from Shinjuku Station and also Shinjuku Higashi Subway Station is literally on the doorstep, which makes it the perfect base for travelling around Tokyo. The staff on the front desk were very friendly and helpful and the cleaning staff were lovely too. The room was small, but perfectly functional and didn't feel cramped at all. Overall, we had a fab time staying at E Hotel and would highly reccommend it!
Tine but cozy rooms
Reviewed 8 january, 2020
Hotel is situated in a very convenient and strategic location, with the entrance of Higashi-Shinjuku metro along E02 Oedo and F12 Fukutoshin lines just next to the hotel. There are many eateries and convenience stores in close proximity. The hotel rooms are tiny and compact but cozy and clean. Hotel staff speak English and are helpful and friendly. It can be quite noisy at night, with the sirens of the ambulance and the police cars. Recommended if you do not mind the tiny space. 😁😊
Reviewed 10 december, 2019
This place is amazing,from the exquisite food to the vibrant night life Shinjuku and nearby Shibuya should be on everyones travel list and don,t forget to check out all the back alleys where you will find some hidden gems,Japan ! you rock