Hotel Listel Shinjuku
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Member Reviews (3)
- Hotel Listel ShinjukuNov 18, 2013
If you wanna be in the thick of the shit but not spend too much money AND be able to sleep well at night, Hotel Listel Shinjuku is the perfect place for you. Private rooms are affordable and there's free wi-fi in them so that you can finally have some private time with internet porn. What? Don't pretend you don't know what I"m talking about. Everyone needs a little "special" time for themselves and wi-fi helps a lot with that…
Anyways, Hotel Listel Shinjuku is close to pretty much all the dope things you wanna see, do and drink in Shinjuku. It's dangerously close to Golden Gai which is either a good thing or an incredible detrimental thing depending on how you look at it.
- Hotel Listel ShinjukuMember ofAdventure TravelersArt & Design LoversFirst to ReviewOct 14, 2013
If you just need a clean place to sleep in Shinjuku, this is a good deal. It's cheap for being in Shinjuku. It doesn’t smell like smoke on the non-smoking floor, and there’s a beer vending machine. How much time are you really going to spend in your hotel anyway? It’s a little bit of a walk into Shinjuku station if you want to take J.R., but it’s a straight walk, and almost impossible to get lost. People interested in cheap hotels but not interested in the hostel scene, or in sharing a toilet and shower, should consider a hotel like Hotel Listel. It’s about the same price as a private room at some of the hostels in town.
- Hotel Listel ShinjukuJul 05, 2012
It's a really cheap hotel for staying in Shinjuku, so don't be too critical. The outside looks kind of run down, but in the rooms the carpets and bedding look fine. In the rooms, they have a mini-fridge and video on demand. There are lots of rooms, so it's likely you can get one without much notice. There's a breakfast, and you can walk to Shinjuku station in about twenty minutes or take the subway if you need to. It's a little weird inside by check in and the breakfast area, but the rooms are nice and no one spends much time in their hotel when they're looking around Shinjuku.
Mediocre620 reviews across the web.
- Service95% found the staff to be very friendly.
- Internet94% thought it was a great value.
- Hotel87% thought it was clean.
- PriceExcellent value for money, said 83%.
- LocationNear to public transport, according to 79%.
- AmbianceAmbiance is ok. Only 69% of guests had positive things to say about it.
Dining options at Listel Shinjuku Hotel Tokyo include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Additional property amenities include multilingual staff.
Refrigerators and coffee/tea makers are offered. Bathrooms feature hair dryers. Televisions have satellite channels. Air-conditioned rooms also include clock radios.
- The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and to keep the photocopy on file.