The Galois Hotel Shinokubo is a fantastic-value business hotel just one stop up the Tokyo Loop Line (Yamanote Line) from the major hub of Shinjuku. It’s way more stylish that most hotels in this price range and it’s got some good triples and quads for families.
Galois Hotel Shinokubo
If you want a relatively convenient location and super reasonable prices, the Galois Hotel is a great choice. It’s in the Shinokubo neighborhood, which is on the north side of the bustling hub of Shinjuku. You could easily walk there, or jump on the Loop Line for one stop.
Galois Hotel Shinokubo
This stylish new business hotel (opened in 2020) welcomes families, with both quad rooms and triple rooms. The triples have a bunk bed over a full bed, so they’re good for three-person families, while the quads have two large full beds.
So, if you’re looking for value on the popular west side of Tokyo, this is a good choice.
Galois Hotel Shin-Okubo
2-4-9 Hyakunin-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 169-0073
Train: 2-minute walk from Shin-Okubo Station on the JR Yamanote line.
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