Nishi Shinjuku HOTEL MYSTAYS


Nishi Shinjuku HOTEL MYSTAYS

7-14-14, Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 144-0023, Japan |   +81-3-6894-3939


Get a good night's sleep only seconds away from the center of Tokyo's nightlife.

Shinjuku may be the busiest train station in the world but 5 minutes after you leave the gate and arrive here, all of the rush will seem like it's worlds away. Convenient to the airport and anywhere in Tokyo, this is a great choice for guests who want to make the most of their stay in Japan's vibrant exciting capital.

Access from nearby stations

5 minutes' walk from south exit of Seibu-Shinjuku Station.
5 minutes' walk from exit E7 of Nishi-Shinjuku Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line.
2 minutes' walk from the west exit of Shinjuku-nishiguchi Station on the Toei Oedo Line.
5 minutes' walk from the west exit of Shinjuku Station on JR Lines.

Access from major transit terminals

70 minutes from Narita Airport using the JR Narita Express.
25 minutes from Tokyo Station using the JR Chuo Line Rapid service.
39 minutes by train from Haneda Airport.

Hotel Details


Check In, 3:00 PM

Check Out, 11:00 AM

Room Facilities & Amenities
  • High speed internet (Wi-Fi)

  • Memory foam pillow

  • Speakers for personal music players

  • Toilet with washlet feature

  • Nightwear

  • High speed internet (wired)

  • Air Conditioner

  • Modular bathroom

  • Bathroom Amenities

Facilities & Services
  • Laundry corner

  • Coffee Service

  • Cleaning service

  • In-room massage

Rental Equipments
  • Trouser press

  • Clothes iron

  • Portable Wi-Fi Router

  • Air purifier / humidifier

  • PC rental



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Nishi Shinjuku HOTEL MYSTAYS

Standard Single


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Deluxe Twin


Nishi Shinjuku HOTEL MYSTAYS

Standard Double


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May 17, 2016

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February 24, 2016

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  • Kabukicho

  • Kabukicho is one of the largest entertainment districts in Japan. The name is derived from previous plans to build a Kabuki theater in the area. Known as the town that never sleeps, the brightly-lit streets are filled with late-night visitors.

  • Shinjuku Electric Street

  • With numerous consumer electronic stores offering a wide variety of electronic goods and its prime location next to Shinjuku Station, a central access point of Tokyo, this new electric street is an extremely popular shopping destination.