Family/Child friendly ryokans in Shinjuku
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Hotel Empire In ShinjukuShinjuku,Shinjuku - View on map
"Within 7 min walk from JR Shin-Okubo station as well as JR Okubo station. More closer to Okubo station though which also has elevators & escalators so use that station if you have a lot of luggage. Okubo is a great place to live. It is surrounded by a lot of convenience stores, 7-11, pharmacies and 100 yen shops which is great for everyday living. There is mcdonalds nearby. The restaurants are also very cheap compared to other areas. I personally recommend the Yoshiya (or something) 24 hour shop for their affordable rice set dishes, the udon shop on the other side of the road.. There is a police box close by which is very convenient if you need to ask for directions or anything else. It is one stop away from Shinjuku. 3 stops away from Harajuku. 4 stops away from Shibuya. Known for its night-life, teen fashion and street performances on weekends and shopping respectively. At Shinjuku station you can go to the Tokyo Metropolitan Tower (I recommedn South Observatory) for free and get a panoramic view of the area. There is also a Korean member of the staff who speaks fluent English, the others speak adequate English so you'll find your stay very comfortable. There is also a free water dispenser and vending machines. The hotel is located very close to a shrine. "
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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Premier GrandShinjuku,Shinjuku - View on map
"We prefer to stay in Ginza when it Tokyo, but we wanted to experience the vibe in Shinjuku so we booked a night here at Keio Plaza. If you are decided about staying in Shinjuku, this is a great option. Service was great. We ran into a bit of inconvenience when there was suddenly no water coming from the faucet just as my husband and I were getting ready for bed (close to midnight). The hotel staff was responsive. Ultimately, they could not fix the problem and we had to move to another room. It was not the best experience, but the staff was attentive and apologetic -- and the when we checked out, the manager was there to offer his apologies and handed us with a special token. We appreciated this -- because not everything will go perfectly all the time, but how the staff responds to the situation is what makes all the difference. If you like cocktails, make sure to try Brilliant, a wonderful bar right inside the hotel. They make excellent and reasonably priced cocktails."
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Ryokan IchinaoShinjuku,Shinjuku - View on map
Tadaima Japan Shinjuku RyokanShinjuku,Shinjuku - View on map
"The staff is lovely. This is certainly the place's best point, as we spent hours chatting with Shinji and Kana, who also took me out for dinner and organized another one at the ryokan. The bath is nice too. The rooms are small and open at the top so if you have noisy travelers next to you, you'll hear them. There were chinese guests who were loud during the last 2 nights. As I stayed 4 nights the price was good for that though. I did have a great experience overall, and the location is excellent: in a calm residential neighborhood, close to the station and on a train and metro line that goes straight to Shinjuku, Tokyo station, Akihabara, ikebukuro... Recommended if you don't mind sharing the shower, etc. with other guests."
Keiunso HotelShinjuku,Shinjuku - View on map
"I had only booked one night at this hotel and wished that I had stayed here for my entire trip to Tokyo. The location and value of the hotel cannot be beaten. It's only a 5 minute walk from JR Shinjuku station and walking distance to all the different attractions in Shinjuku. Furthermore, the staff was extremely nice and allowed me to store my gigantic suitcase at their place for 2 days even though I had no other reservations at the hotel. Will definitely stay here again on my next visit to Tokyo. This hotel does have a curfew, but if you are running late, just give them a call and they will wait for you."