Tokyo is a city worth visiting multiple times. It always leaves tourists amazed of its well-preserved culture, delicious food, scenic landscapes, and shopping destinations. This city blends modern and traditional Japanese culture so well through the various experiences it offers—skyscrapers, temples, quaint coffee shops, ramen restaurants, markets, and colorful streets. Indeed, it’s difficult not to fall in love with this city.
Staying in Shinjuku is a common choice for all types of travelers as one of the busiest and most vibrant areas in Japan. Nearby, there are wonderful sites to explore during the day and a lively nightlife after dark. Having restful accommodations in Shinjuku is a must if you want to maximize your stay in Shinjuku, and Citadines has got you covered. Here’s our list of reasons to stay in Citadines Shinjuku:
The Serviced Apartments
Citadines Shinjuku showcases the well-loved Japanese hospitality. The Japanese are known for their kindness and respectful demeanor. Staff are knowledgeable about directions, famous tourist spots to see, and must visit restaurants in the metro.
For tourists staying in this area, Citadines Shinjuku is the perfect starting point of any adventure. It is very near major train stations such as Shinjuku Gyoenmae (5-minute walk) and Shinjuku San-chome train station (10-minute walk). The hotel is also a stone’s throw away from supermarkets and local Japanese restaurants (such as Robot Restaurant).
Like any Citadines property around the world, you will be greeted by their trademark cozy and modern ambiance. The interiors of the hotel are vibrant yet elegant. Accent pieces with popping colors add brightness to the place. The fixtures complement each other, giving the hotel a polished look.
Citadines Shinjuku offers 5 apartment room types – Studio Double, Studio Twin, Studio Executive Double, Studio Executive Twin, and Studio Premier. All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi, LCD television, cable, and extra space for a living room and kitchenette.
This room is ideal for single travelers or couples. It includes a queen-sized bed and a sofa which can be converted into a sofa-bed if needed. The floor-to-ceiling windows will surely leave guests impressed with an unobstructed view of the Tokyo skyline. Similar to this unit is the Studio Twin, which offers the same amenities except it includes twin single beds – perfect for guests traveling for business or leisure.
Studio Executive Double and Studio Executive Twin
These units offer a bigger space, up to a maximum of 3 persons per unit (extra charges may apply). The Double room includes a queen-sized bed, while the Twin room includes 2 single beds. These units provide a slightly more spacious living and kitchen area.