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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

2-2-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo 160-8330 Japan

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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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Kunming Camellia Youth Hostel is a professional foreign-guests oriented hostel in Kunming city centre. With its beautiful scenery and convenient transportation, the Camellia Youth Hostel is an ideal choice for the overseas budget traveller.The hostel has 200 guest rooms ranging from standard rooms t...

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The closest hotel to Shinjuku Station's west side, the Keio Plaza is also West Shinjuku's oldest and biggest hotel, built in 1971. It has the distinction of being not only Japan's first skyscraper but also, at 47 stories high, still one of Tokyo's tallest and largest hotels. It's popular with both J...

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The Keio Plaza is one of the Japanese capital's most accommodating residences with everything you require for business or leisure. Though this is a large hotel with over 1441 rooms, there is a strong sense of Japanese hospitality throughout. Karaoke 47 invites you to sing your heart out high above t...

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The Keio Plaza Hotel is an impressive hotel in the heart of Tokyo. With its elegant chandeliers, traditional ikebana flower arrangements and sumptuous decor it presents a perfect combination of fine Japanese service and international style. With 1450 guest rooms, 20 restaurants and bars and a wide r...

No title - user review
A fine Tokyo hotel just 2 blocks from Shinjuku St...

Convenient and efficient, but too bland for the area - user review
Keio Plaza once was the first hotel skyscraper in what became Shinjuku's skyscraper district. It still fails to disappoint on service and location is supreme, but it does nothing to excite you, either. BOOKING Keio Plaza i...

A Great Hotel in a Great Location - user review
The Keio Plaza (No Longer Part of the Inter Continental Chain of Hotels) is a deluxe hotel right smack in the middle of the business section of Shinjuku, one of the entertainment and business centers of Tokyo. Being just a 5 ...

Affordable and convenient - user review
I found the Keio Plaza in the Shinjuku ward of Tokyo to be very convenient to nearby shopping, and to businesses I needed to visit both in Shinjuku and Shibuya, and within a 7 minute walk to the train station (I ended up taking a taxi in July when I visited, due to heat and humidity). The staff spea...

A++++ hotel - user review
I loved my hotel stay at the Keio Plaza. I definitely recommend this hotel. It is in an excellent location in Shinjuku. Across the street is the Tokyo Metropolitan Govt Building where you can go up for free for a panaromic view of the whole city. Through the back side of the hotel, across the street...

Totally Impressed - user review
Location very convenient, center to shoppings, metros, and local diners. I went with my 19 years of son, he had a great time inside the hotel, (spacious lobby, restaurants with variety food) and outside, area is safe enough for him to wander around by himself at odd hours. There is a convenient stor...

First Class Accomodations - user review
Short walk from the Shinjuko train station. A great place to stay. Great restaurants service and amenities. Highly ...

First choice in Tokyo - user review
Surprised to have the big size room in a 4 star hotel in the centre of Tokyo, for similar price to other 3 star hotels. The promotional price listed at Expedia is real bargain. Traveler's tip on getting the most out of your stay.close to JR, shopping area, restaurant, best hotel I have in Tokyo for ...

Hotel is quite OK - user review
the room in South Tower is quite reasonable in size. I stayed in the South Tower and quite enjoye...

great location and service - user review
we stayed in the South Tower with an upgraded room since there were no more superior rooms left. it was very big with a king size bed, big tub and awesome toilet (it sprays water). my six foot boyfriend even did yoga in there. the gym is very small for some cardio and two weight machines. the pool w...

No title - user review
If you are looking for a quality hotel with English speaking staff and guest friendly facilities that is located in an excellent district of Tokyo, this is it. The businesses and shopping is convenient, you get a sense of the modern Japanese culture and technologies just a few steps out of the hotel...

No title - user review
Overall very nice hotel with large rooms compared to other Japanese ...

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo: Convenient - user review
Is located in Shinjuku. The JR Station is in walking distance. Out from the hotel you can actually find lots of shop lot. Specially when you need some bite and just walk across the road you may find a convenient shop. Further down is the busy city that most asian likes to hang out there. All major f...

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo: 4 Stars Hotel - user review
Rooms come equipped with a futon, a closet, fan/heater and if you lucky an air conditioner. In the communal area you are likely to find a kitchen, shower, bath and in some cases a washin...

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo: Great location - user review
The Keio Plaza is great, nestled between the Metropolitan Offices and Shinjuku Station. You can just slip into the underground passage in front of the Hotel good if it rains... ...and in summer if the sun is shining the outdoor pool is great to crawl a couple of laps after a long day in the city. Th...

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo: Great business traveler´s hotel - user review
This is my most common place to stay when I go to Tokyo on business. It's a little pricey, no suprise there, but the location is convenient to several local restaurants, and to the JR Yamanote line. The hotel room is reasonably sized for business travelers...there's enough room to set out your lapto...

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo: Keio Plaza - user review
Very nice but also very expensive hotel. Fortunately I got it as part of an Air/hotel package but I would have hated to have seen what the bill would have been had I booked it seperate. Definitely did not eat my meals here. the average price of a meal at the hotel restaurants was 100 200 USD. Howeve...

I wish I could go back - user review
An excellent hotel,very clean and at a very convenient location. The stuff is very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend...

Overrated - user review
I stayed at Tokyo Hilton before and in comparison, rooms at Keio are narrower. Good for business people, not for tourists. Elevators can take forever if the...

i enjoy my stay - user review
I really enjoyed my stay here. It was really close to the Shinjuku station and many other places. The service was quick and painless. Anything you ask for will get to you...

Great Hotel! Will Stay Here Again. - user review
My room was a 323sqft Double on the Executive floor. Compared to other Tokyo hotels I've stayed in, this one was amazing. I'll be staying here on all my visits to Tokyo...

Too good for me! - user review
I spent 10 days at the Keio Plaza back in March '05. From the minute I arrived, I felt very comfortable with the hotel. It's quite large and very clean. The service was ex...

Keio Kool - user review
So convenient since in Shinjuku & near Shinjuku station. Staff friendly & thorough. I started each day by going to the concierge & they printed out everything that I nee...

Shop Around - user review
I Was Staying At This Hotel It's Ok But For The Money You May Want To Shop Around. It Was A Little High For The Value And I Thought The Room Was Out Of Date.The TV Only Has T...

^_^ - user review
The Keio plaza was wondeful. The sheets were a little paper like but the tub was HUGE...perfect for a warm bath after sight seeing all day long. The outdoor pool was awesome with...

Great Location and Excellent Service - user review
This hotel is in the first large highrise in Shinjuku (built 1979). It was the Intercontinental the first time I was there, and the service has remained high. There is a convie...

CONVENIENCE - user review

Great place to stay in Tokyo - user review
Very good service. All hotel staff understood english and were very polite. I only had 1 piece of luggage yet there were 2 bell boys to accompany me to my room. One was to carry...

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