Hilton Tokyo Hotel
AddressShinjuku-ku, Nishishinjuku 6-6-2 TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The Hilton caters mainly to a business clientele. The shōji (sliding rice-paper screens) on the windows were designed to remind disoriented jetsetters that they’re in Tokyo. The rooms, renovated in 2009, are naturally attractive and spacious. The lounge and fitness centre are open 24 hours.
Our independent authors have visited Hilton Tokyo Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Shinjuku & West Tokyo.
Description provided by property
Offering free access to its indoor pool, sauna and fitness centre, Hilton Tokyo Hotel overlooks Shinjuku Central Park and the Shinjuku Skyscraper District. It offers a buffet restaurant and stylish rooms with movies-on-demand. Free WiFi is available on levels 1 and 2, the Marble Lounge and the Executive Lounge.
Rooms at the Tokyo Hilton are elegantly decorated and offer views of the cosmopolitan Shinjuku area. Guests can sip a drink from the minibar and enjoy satellite channels on their LCD TV. Complimentary WiFi is also provided.
Directly connected to Tochomae Subway Station, the hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Shinjuku Train Station is a pleasant 15-minute walk away, or a 5-minute ride in the hotel’s free shuttle. The Kabukicho area and Isetan Department Store are a 20-minute walk. A limousine bus from Haneda Airport and Narita Airport is available directly to the hotel (charges apply).
Guests can recharge with a game of tennis on the rooftop, unwind in the hot tub or browse the hotel's shops. The hotel’s beauty salon offers relaxation and refreshment. Guests can use the free-use PCs at the business centre, and SIM cards for mobiles can be purchased at the concierge desk.
The Hilton Tokyo Hotel offers a breakfast buffet with Western food and a range of Japanese dishes. Restaurants serve authentic Japanese cuisine, while drinks and snacks can be enjoyed at the bar or in the lounge.
The hotel's free shuttle is offered from Bus Stop #21 in front of Keio Department Store at Shinjuku Station. It is available every 20-minutes from 08:20-21:40.
The hotel's free shuttle is offered from the hotel to Shinjuku Train Station. It is available every 20-minutes from 08:12-21:52. For more details, please contact the hotel directly.
At the Executive Lounge a smart casual dress code is strongly recommended. Attires mentioned below are strongly discouraged and may not permitted: - Night attire (slippers, Yukata robe, etc.) - Gym clothes/sportswear (Tank tops, shorts, etc.) - Beachwear (flip-flops, sandals, etc.) and visible tattoos.
SIM cards for mobiles can be purchased at the concierge desk.
Free internet access speed is 2Mbs. Faster connection can be provided at an additional charge.
Services & facilities
- Barber/beauty shop
- Breakfast in the room
- Concierge service
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Tour desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Restaurant (buffet)
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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