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Apa Hotel Shinjuku Gyoen-Mae Hotel

2-2-8 Shinjuku, Shinjuku 2-2-8 Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0022, Japan Show Map | Official Site

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About Apa Hotel Shinjuku Gyoen-Mae

APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoemmae is set in Central Tokyo and is a 10-minute walk from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. It also offers an express check-in and check-out feature, laundry facilities and valet parking.

The hotel features an all-hours reception, as well as a safe and wireless internet access in public areas. For added convenience, it offers meeting rooms, a currency exchange and massage services.

Each room is well-equipped to make guests comfortable and has tea and coffee making facilities, movies-on-demand and a refrigerator. They all have a bathtub and wireless internet access.

A buffet breakfast and dinner is served every day in APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoemmae's restaurant.

Attractions close to APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoemmae include Shinjuku Southern Terrace, Shinjuku Golden Gai and Kabukicho. It is within a 20-minute walk of Shinjuku Train Station, which allows easy access in and around Tokyo.

Excellent 8.0
4,624 guest reviews

Hotel Features


Massage, Public bath, Streaming service


Pets not allowed


Currency exchange on-site, Laundry service, Meeting/Banquet facilities, Daily housekeeping, Fax/photocopying, Wake-up service, Spa


Disabled access, Laundry facilities, Hot tub, Restaurant, Express check out, Hairdryer, Cable or satellite TV, Air-conditioned, 24-hour front desk, Refrigerator, Storage available, Non-smoking rooms available, Linens, Towels, Lift, Accessible by lift, Accessible parking, Adapted bath, Alarm clock, Bathtub, Bidet, Body soap, Conditioner, Desk, Electric kettle, Entire unit wheelchair accessible, Flat-screen TV, Free toiletries, Heating, Higher-level toilet, Key card access, Kid-friendly buffet, Lower bathroom sink, Newspapers, Non-feather pillow, Open-air bath, Pyjamas, Trouser press, Parking garage, Private bathroom, Private check-in/check-out, Private parking, Secured parking, Shampoo, Shower, Shower cap, Slippers, Smoke alarm, Socket near the bed, Soundproof rooms, Telephone, Toilet, Toilet paper, Toilet with grab rails, Toothbrush, Dustbins, TV, Upper floors accessible by lift, Vending machine (drinks), Wardrobe or closet, Yukata (Japanese bathrobe), Spa and wellness centre, Parking (surcharge), Designated smoking area, Safe


Free Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi available in all areas, Free Internet


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Apa Hotel Shinjuku Gyoen-Mae reviews

Apa Hotel Shinjuku Gyoen-Mae
from 4,624 reviews

Rating summary

  • Cleanliness 8.5
  • Comfort 7.8
  • Location 8.3
  • Services 8.0
  • Staff 8.3
  • Value for money 7.4

Recent reviews of Apa Hotel Shinjuku Gyoen-Mae

  • Jul 2019

    Clean rooms and free access to onsen in basement was a nice touch. Well located within Shinjuku and close enough to public transport

  • Aug 2018

    nice but the room is small

  • Victoria T. G

    Apr 2018

    Great Location and good value for money. In a relatively quiet part of Shinjuku but close to the train station, the subway, the park, the shopping district, and the bars, clubs and jazz dives (and the LBTQI+ friendly area) that give Shinjuku its vibrancy. Lots of konbini (convenience stores) nearby, and a variety of Japanese cuisine options (from cheap to expensive). Friendly staff, all with good English, and a decent size room by Japanese standards; reliable internet, a soft bed and an even softer pillow. It was a pity I wasn't able to test the waters of what looked like a comforting onsen/spa because I have tattoos, which have personal and cultural significance to me, although I was aware of that restriction when I booked and I appreciate they have a different significance in Japan.