October 2022: Please note Ibis Tokyo Shinjuku has now permanently closed. Please see our Shinjuku page for other places to stay in the district.
With a super-convenient location in West Shinjuku, just steps from Shinjuku Station, the Ibis Tokyo Shinjuku is an efficient business hotel that offers small rooms for very reasonable rates.
If location and price are your main criteria, you’ll be happy with the Ibis Tokyo Shinjuku. Shinjuku Station is just a couple minutes’ walk away. It’s all there at your doorstep.
The hotel is small but popular and busy. Rooms are small, as you’d expect in this price bracket (budget to moderate), but they have everything you need, including bathtubs (some places in this price bracket have only showers). So, that’s a plus.
So, if you don’t mind a small room and limited facilities, you’ll probably be very happy with the Ibis Tokyo Shinjuku. It’s one of the best bargains in Shinjuku.
ibis Tokyo Shinjuku
7-10-5 Nishi-shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 160-0023
Budget to Moderate
wifi and LAN cable access
Subway: 2-minute walk from exit D4 of Shinjuku-nishiguchi Station on the Toei Oedo line.
Train: 5-minute walk from the west exit of Shinjuku Station.
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