Shinjuku Kuyakushomae Capsule Hotel - Tokyo35.69377, 139.70387
Shinjuku Kuyakushomae Capsule Hotel is a budget 2-star property set 1050 meters from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and 4 km from Tokyo Shrine.
The hotel is set within a 20-minute walk from the city center.
Shinjuku Gyoemmae subway station is 5 minute walking distance from the hotel. Due to its location 20 km from Haneda airport, it will take about 25 minutes' drive to get there.
For a pleasant stay in Tokyo Shinjuku Kuyakushomae Capsule Hotel offers 344 guestrooms complete with wireless internet, an iron with ironing board and a work desk. The bathrooms come with a shower, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries for more comfort.
Eat & Drink
Guests can dine at Blackhole and Washunsai Kanae Shinjukuyasukunitoriten, about 50 meters away from the property.
Residents will benefit from 24-hour front desk, laundry and newspaper service.
A Jacuzzi and a sauna are available for guests' relaxation.
Wireless internet is available in the business centre for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 344.
Leisure/ TV room
- Newspaper service
- Business centre
Spa & Leisure
- Leisure/ TV room
- Public Bath
- Air conditioning
- Free toiletries
Rooms and availability
1 Single bed1 Single bed, 2 Single beds, 1 Double bed
1 Single bed1 Single bed, 2 Single beds
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Single bed
- City landmarks
The ultimate Tokyo experience, for one or two nights in a capsule, with very friendly english speaking staff. Walking distance from Shinjuku train station
The cabins are small, if you're above 1.85m, you have to sleep diagonal. Not mentioned on Booked.net and therefore suprising: every guest has to leave the building between 10.00am and 14.00am.
Perfect location 10 minutes walk from Shinjuku station and stff speak english
Early checking out..
Great capsule hotel experience! Very neat and the facilities are very good.
Area isn't great, but not an issue at all. Once you know that Kabukicho (red light district) is right behind it, you can easily avoid it and go elsewere.
Absolutely brilliant. If you want a 'Japanese experience', staying in a capsule hotel is a good move. And this is a very very good one--great location, friendly helpful staff.
Although it's in a great area, it's a bit hard to find (you need to take an elevator to the third floor to get to the lobby).
traditional capsule hotel. worth trying once.
location is at the edge the famous red night zone of tokyo.
I like the location and that is not as claustrophobic as I thought it was going to be, excellent price to be in a central tokyo area. I booked initially only for 2 nights, and finally i stayed 5. Really a truly Japanese experience.
Only bad thing is like on all capsule hotels you have to leave the hotel from 10:00 to 14:00, but if you know that you can plan accordingly.
Clean, friendly staff, nice baths and the whole capsule thing is great
It was a very different experience that was thoroughly enjoyable. You remove your shoes before entering reception, get handed a locker key for your shoes then a key for a bigger locker for your belongings. If your bag is too large they will keep it in a baggage area. You get to wear robes and toiletries are supplied to you. The baths and sauna are a great place to unwind after a long day. The capsule itself is very comfortable, though if busy you may here snoring from other capsules. Very worth trying this for at least one night.
Maybe a bit more TV channels. There is also no wifi.
Great location with friendly and helpful personel. The floors, toilets, bath and capsules very clean. Once you get used to the capsule hotel idea you can only enjoy this hotel. The bath is great it gives great relax after the whole day in town.
Hard to find anything. I can't realy complain about snorring neighbour... Can I? :-)
Totally clean and I feel like getting more than what I paid for. Very satisfied.
The restaurant don't have an English menu so it's quite hard to order. However the waiter are all nice and willing to explain each of every writing in the menu.
If you want a capsule experince you can choose.
I d prefer private shower instead of public bath.
I stayed first night at Internet caffe, they have small kind if cabins where you can sleep, but it was uncomfortable and extra charges for shower 20min. So not excited. Then hotel room for 8000 was great small but good, expensive though if you stay longer, so capsule is kind of perfect cheap option. If you dont mind hearing others snore. Shared showers, and powdering areas were very useful, no time limit and fairly clean.
No complaints realy, value for money is very good foe being in the heart of the city.
Everything i expected for a capsule hotel. Clean, friendly staff. Got a good introduction how you stay in a capsule hotel. A great experience. If you're +180cm the capsule might be alittle short if you lay down straigt.
The staff were very accommodating, I had a problem with my debit card when I arrived and they helped me sort it out by lending me money for the cab driver and letting me call my bank. The place is spotless. The hot baths and sauna are fantastic. The communal room is chilled and the kitchen service is very good. Towels and robes are provided freely and replaced as you wish. The location of the hotel is great. Recommended for solo travellers and groups of friends.
You can hear people snoring and alarm clocks going off through the night
The location is good since it's in a very busy part of the city with good transportation and the price is right.
There was a bit of an extra charge for a room with a plug, although not too much. Based on the pictures, I had thought all rooms had a plug to charge my phone.