Shinjuku Tokyo Apartments

1-28-13 Shinjuku, Shinjuku Tokyo 160-0022 • From $330 Per Day
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  • Studio Units Available
  • One Bathroom
  • Multi-Level Garage
  • Laundry In Building & Laundry On Site
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

Synonymous with Tokyo’s unapologetically rambunctious nightlife and entertainment scene, Shinjuku is a city in its own right. With a slew of pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants from Irish pubs serving draught beer to a block of bars east of Kabukicho that preserves the Tokyo of the 1960s, there is never a dull moment in Shinjuku.

The central ward is divided into Higashi (east) and Nishi (west) Shinjuku by the train lines that run through Shinjuku Station, which is merely approximately 20 minutes away from Shinjuku Tokyo Apartments on foot. The apart’hotel sits in the midst of the action, making it an ideal location for first-time visitors to get their bearings.

East of Shinjuku station lies some of the city’s most iconic department stores. Each store was built and designed to cater to a specific customer, from the popular Marui or upscale Takashimaya to the always-entertaining Isetan, which is a mere 15-minute walk from the residence. Never miss a chance at exploring the basements of these shopping malls, which are often a paradise filled with Japanese snack sellers, fragrant bakeries and delicate sweet shops.

To catch a breather, step into Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, possibly Tokyo’s most beautiful green space. The park is split into French, English and Japanese gardens, complete with an idyllic teahouse. During the second quarter of the year, the garden turns into a beautiful delicate pink sea of blooming Japanese cherry blossoms.
Other nearby sites worth a visit include the Hanazono Shrine close to the intersection of Meiji-dori and Yasukuni-dori, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Center – an architectural masterpiece designed by noted architect Kenzo Tange, and a site for one of the best views of Tokyo. Visits to its observatory deck on the 45th floor are free.

At the end of an adventurous day, return to Shinjuku Tokyo Apartment to rejuvenate. The apart’hotel offers a variety of services to suit globe-trotting lifestyles. Apartments come with a range of cleverly designed studios fitted with a modern kitchenette, separate living and dining areas, quality bed "simmons" and en-suite bathroom.

To help guests feel right in home, they can enjoy full access to a comprehensive list of amenities available in-house such as a launderette, gymnasium, private carpark and breakfast lounge.

Amenities

24-Hour Front Desk
24-hour security & CCTV
Non Smoking Apartment
Air Conditioning
Fully Furnished
Wi-Fi Internet Access
Telephone with IDD Facility
Cable/Satellite TV Channels
Housekeeping Service
Gymnasium
Laundry & Dry Cleaning - Charges apply
Car Parking - Charges apply

Property Location

About Tokyo, Japan

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Tokyo may be looking toward the future but traces of the shogun capital's history can still be seen on the kabuki stage, at a sumo match or under the cherry blossoms. The city is built on the old ways, and its alleys have anachronistic wooden shanty bars, raucous traditional festivals and yakitori stands. In older neighbourhoods artisans sell crafts made much as they have been for hundreds of years.

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