In the ever-lively Kabukicho district, this relaxed three-star hotel in a plain grey building is a ten minute stroll from the neon-infused streets of Shinjuku’s buzzing downtown area. Along with its impressive location, the Premier Hotel Cabin Shinjuku hotel boasts an on-site restaurant.
No-frills accommodations with plain decor feature flat-screen TVs and complimentary toiletries. Mini-fridges and tea/coffee-making equipment also come as standard.
Guests can make use of laundry and dry cleaning services (fees) and leave their luggage at the 24-hour reception. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the property; parking is offered for a charge.
A buffet-style breakfast is served daily in the airy restaurant. Vending machines proffer water and soft drinks. A plethora of cafes, restaurants and bars are close by.
The Premier Hotel Cabin Shinjuku hotel is a six-minute walk from Seibu-Shinjuku train station and a nine-minute stroll from Higashi-Shinjuku metro station. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a mile away.
WiFi in lobby
2-40-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, 160-0021, Tokyo, Japan
If you're keen to go out and experience exciting, neon-infused nights on the tiles during your time in Tokyo then this hotel will suit your needs completely. Why? Because it is right in the heart of Kabukicho and within an easy stroll (or stagger) of the very best ‘downtown' Shinjuku has to offer.
Breakfast is pretty good
Unlike many other Japanese hotels operating within this price range, this hotel delivers a really quite tasty western breakfast buffet each morning. The bacon - perfectly crisp - is the undoubted highlight of this pleasant morning offering.
Accommodations are blessed with good quality beds
Many guests have singled out the beds within the guest rooms as being particularly worthy of praise. Again, this isn't something that can often be said of that many Tokyo-based hotels operating in this category.
Area can be a little sketchy at night
It's worth highlighting the fact that this hotel is located inside the red light district. This means that there's a chance you'll be approached by the odd random, shady-looking guy on the street if you're a lone traveller...
Guest rooms are super-compact
Yes it's Japan and yes it's a three-star hotel. Even with those aspects in mind though, you're likely to find the rooms here very small indeed. Something to keep in mind if you're someone who likes plenty of space...
Wi-Fi isn't so good
Numerous guests have had cause to complain about the hotel's free yet persistently under-performing/absent Wi-Fi. Not what you need if you're someone who relies on the internet on a daily basis...
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
2-40-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku , 160-0021 , Tokyo , Japan Telephone: +33(20)56300 | Fax: +33(20)56311 | Official Homepage
New safety protocols
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