Shinjuku CITY HOTEL NUTS Tokyo facility renewal has been completed.
Various room types are available to accommodate family, friends and remote working.
Shinjuku Gyoen is said to have its roots in a daimyo mansion given by Kiyonari Naito, a vassal of Ieyasu Tokugawa during the Edo period. After the Meiji Restoration, the state-owned Agricultural Experiment Station was established, and after passing through the Imperial Household Ministry, it was born as an imperial garden in 1906. Starbucks Coffee has also opened in the garden, and you can now take a walk while drinking coffee.
The hotel is located a 4-minute walk from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and has a safe and quiet environment. We offer our guests a quiet and comfortable stay in Tokyo.
A 2-minute walk from the nearest station, Shinjuku Gyoenmae Station, and a 13-minute walk from Shinjuku Station. Many department stores and other commercial facilities are within walking distance. Located in the center of Tokyo, it has excellent access to various sightseeing spots.
Facility renewal completed over a long period of time!
Congestion is alleviated with a small setting of 6 rooms or less per floor. We have prepared a variety of guest rooms, so you can use them according to your needs.
The large room accommodates 3 to 5 people and you can enjoy a girls-only gathering or a family trip.
In the 3rd year of Reiwa, we also expanded the wi-fi equipment to meet the demand for teleworking. Business stays such as day use and day trips are also possible.
We have introduced an automatic payment machine as a countermeasure against corona infection. We support from check-in to check-out in a non-face-to-face and non-contact manner. We also carefully disinfect the building, and all the staff look forward to your visit.