Hotel Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku offers modest accommodations on the edge of Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward. The hotel is 15 minutes from Shinjuku railway station.
Guestrooms are furnished with contemporary Japanese décor and feature an en-suite bathroom. In-room amenities included LCD TV, refrigerator, hairdryer, and free Wi-Fi. Raised beds allow guests to store luggage below.
The hotel features a common room with computer stations and mobile phone charging facilities. Laundry facilities, a smoking room, and on-site parking are also available.
Located in the hotel’s annex building, Restaurant Floret serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A number of vending machines can be found within the hotel.
Hotel Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku is within 1.5 miles of the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and Meiji Jingu Shrine. A five-minute walk away, Shinjuku-sanchome Station – on the Marunouchi Line – offers easy access to central Tokyo.
Past guests staying at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku have praised the hotel for its strategic location close to Tokyo's rail network. The hotel is a five-minute walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station (metro), while Shinjuku Station - offering metro and mainline links - is less than 15 minutes away on foot.
Clean and tidy premises.
According to reports, the hotel is clean and well-maintained. Past guests are quick to praise the level of cleanliness at the hotel, reporting that tidy accommodations make it easier to rest at night.
Quiet location in a busy area.
The hotel is located on the edge of the Shinjuku ward, an area of Tokyo known for its shopping and nightlife. Despite its trendy location, the hotel is actually situated on a quiet side street, which eliminates some of the noise complaints expressed at other hotels in the area.
Some rooms require an update.
A number of guests have been dissatisfied with the state of accommodations at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku. According to these guests, rooms are somewhat outdated and would benefit from an update. Reports seem to indicate that this is a more common concern for rooms located in the hotel's annex building.
Rooms are on the small side.
Many visitors are surprised by the compact size of guestrooms. Regular travellers to the city have even gone so far as to state that rooms are small even by Tokyo standards.
Impersonal staff lacks enthusiasm.
Reports suggest that the hotel staff, while professional, is not always as friendly and enthusiastic as travellers would expect. This impersonal approach proves to be a minor hindrance for some.
Computer with Internet
WiFi in public areas
Free WiFi in public areas
Hand sanitizer provided
New safety protocols
Wellness / Spa
Bathtub (upon inquiry)
Free WiFi (rooms)
Arrival / Departure
Check in: 15:00
Check out: 11:00
5-15-8 Shinjuku , 160-0022 , Tokyo , Japan Telephone: +81(3)33560391 | Fax: +81(3)33561223 | Official Homepage