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Get a good night's sleep only seconds away from the center of Tokyo's nightlife.
Shinjuku Station is not only a gateway to the vibrant city of Tokyo, it’s also the world’s busiest train station. Our HOTEL MYSTAYS Nishi Shinjuku, within steps of this thriving transportation and entertainment hub, is the perfect place to begin a top-to-toe exploration of this fascinating city.
With HOTEL MYSTAYS Nishi Shinjuku’s central location, you’re just 8 minutes’ walk from Seibu-Shinjuku Station and Shinjuku Station, with Shinjuku-Nishiguchi Station being a mere 2 minutes’ walk. Quick and easy access to both Tokyo Narita Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport means getting in and out of the city is stress-free. Shinjuku Electric Street is nearby and is a must-see for those wanting to browse the electronic goods that make Tokyo the tech capital of the world.
Impeccably designed Single, Double and Twin rooms are available. In addition, our in-room massage service can help knead away the strains of the day. For any assistance, our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always available with a helping hand.
The hotel’s Shinjuku Gourmet Club “AMANOGAWA” Tavern serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner to our guests, though dining options nearby the hotel are virtually limitless. The best restaurants in Tokyo can be found in this pulsing central neighborhood and, when it comes to nightlife, Shinjuku is the place to be. Kabukicho is easily reached from the hotel, and will fulfill your every expectation of the neon-lit city. Packed with restaurants, bars, shops and karaoke joints, this is one part of Tokyo that never sleeps. Don’t miss a show at the neighborhood’s famous Robot Café.
Perfect for business travelers, solo adventurers, families, or those looking to indulge in everything Tokyo has to offer, HOTEL MYSTAYS Nishi Shinjuku is the ideal choice for anyone wanting a fantastic getaway.
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