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Stayed here for 2 nights with my family and we had the family room with just the tatamis (futons). It's our first time to experience sleeping in that and it's surprisingly comfortable. Room is spacious enough for four adults and very well-maintained. There's a private...More
This is good location to stay and visit Tokyo! We went to Tokyo last year and stayed here for three days. All things are simple but good enough for us. If we come back Tokyo then we will stay here again.
They have a good location. Room is basic with no table or chair. You can get free water from the kitchen and use their facilities. You only get futon beds which for those who are not used to this type may have a hard time....More
Flooded kitchen in basement where the staff were cooking their own lunch
Steep steep steps
Communal shower shared with their laundry.
Doors to bedroom don't quite close as they are flexible and thin.
The only outdoor area is covered in hotel laundry.
Bathroom fit for...More
The room is very basic. They have a bath room and a separate toilet in the room. The hotel is located in a small alley. Make sure you print the map before going as you might miss the hotel the first time. I don't recommend...More
USD 18 - USD 160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Haru Hotel Shinjuku, Tokyo
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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.