Prices are in Australian Dollars.
Five blocks from Shinjuku Station and across the street from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, this hotel is located in the city's business and political power center.
Three elevators for 34 floorsPros: Close to Shinjuku station. Fun restaurants nearby.Cons: Waited on average 10 minutes for elevators, which were full and stopped almost every floor. No seating in lobby. Restaurants in hotel very overpriced. Would not stay there agin.
Pros: The only good thing about Keio Plaza Hotel that they have a shuttle bus line direct to Disney Resort, but need reservation 1 month earlier before the date. Cons: The front desk for check-in and check-out really really really not friendly (especially to foreigner), no smile at all and very bad in english. Very old hotel, we've paid for the premier room (recently furbished they said) but still looks old, they're only put more lighting inside the room and LED TV. Better stay at International Brand Hotel.
Good value, great servicePros: Great location near the Shinjuku train station. Service was excellent (although perhaps average for Japan). Pillows not so comfortable - would have liked a selection of hard/soft (therefore the OK rating on comfort). Room A/C worked very well (I like to sleep in a cold room).
Great view of Mt. Fuji and Tokyo government buildings.
I prefer the Hyatt Regency Shinjuku when the cost is reasonable but this time it was considerably higher. Have stayed at Keio plaza about 5 times and at Hyatt about 20 times.
Pros: LocationCons: The room and the hotel are not so modern
Very unimpressedPros: The location was amazing but that's about it Cons: Rooms very outdated, very pretentious staff, everything that has to do with this hotel is ridiculously overpriced!
We to check out one hour later than planned after a 6 night stay and they asked us to pay a fee... very disappointing
Pros: Breakfast options are good.Cons: The South wing room bathroom had a slight sewer odor at times.