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Shinjuku is one of the most important commercial and business centres in Tokyo. It's home to Shinjuku Station, the world's busiest railway station. This is also where you'll find many of Tokyo's skyscrapers. Shinjuku is the address for many of Tokyo's ritziest hotels. Shopping, dining, and entertainment options here are also on the upscale side. While hotel rates in Shinjuku remain pricey all year-round, you're likely to score great hotel deals between September and December. The weather is more pleasant, and the tourist crowds begin to thin out. Just avoid the area around New Year's Day, when hotel prices start skyrocketing again.

What are the Top Hotels in Shinjuku

Hotel Gracery Shinjuku is a high-end hotel in Kabukicho, Shinjuku's red light district. It caters more to business travellers and leisure tourists travelling solo or as couples. The hotel has 14 restaurants, a computer station, ATM/banking services, and free Wi-Fi. If you're visiting Shinjuku with children, Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is a good option. It provides in-room babysitting services and has a kiddie pool. Amenities for adults include a spa, business centre, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Shinjuku Prince Hotel is another family-friendly lodging, as if offers cribs, and has a computer centre and free Wi-Fi. It also has a restaurant that serves breakfast.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Shinjuku?

If you're looking for a luxurious lodging option in Shinjuku, your best bet is the the area west of Shinjuku Station, near the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. This is where many of Tokyo's 4- and 5-star hotels are located. If you want to stay in the centre of Shinjuku nightlife, accommodations in Kabukicho, the red light district, are a terrific choice. Some of the hotels in this neighbourhood can be expensive, but you can easily find reasonably priced rooms. If you're trying to save on lodging costs, you can check out the capsule hotels near the Shinjuku town hall. The town hall is just south of Kabukicho.

What are Hotels like in Shinjuku?

Shinjuku attracts mostly business travellers and tourists looking to explore the district's shopping and entertainment spots. Thus, many of the pricier hotels in Shinjuku have high-end amenities such as outdoor swimming pools, spas, fitness centres, and gourmet restaurants. They also have features designed to help business travellers get work done, such as business and computer centres with free, high-speed Wi-Fi. Accommodations near and within the Kabukicho area are mostly for adults only, which is understandable, given the neighbourhood's reputation. At the outskirts of Shinjuku, there are capsule hotels and guesthouses for backpackers. They typically offer only basic amenities.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Shinjuku?

Hotels in Shinjuku are expensive all year-round, especially in summer and around New Year's Day. Prices are slightly lower in the autumn and early winter. A night's stay at a luxury hotel in Shinjuku can set you back anywhere between S$270 to S$750. Mid-range hotels in Shinjuku have a price range of S$70 to S$120. If you're looking for accommodation that's a little easier on your budget, you can try capsule hotels or guesthouses. Capsule hotels typically charge around S$30 to S$40 a night. Guesthouses, on the other hand, have an average rate of S$30.

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