Fraser Place Howff Shinjuku Tokyo
2-27-7 Hyakunin Cho
Nightly Rates: ( 130.18 - 351.91 )
Located in Shinjuku, Tokyos largest skyscraper district where some two million people converge for work and play on a daily basis, the fully furnished serviced residence is coveted for its strategic address, ultra-innovative concepts and Gold-Standard service levels. Each serviced residence is the epitome of style and comfort, with the most advanced facilities including high-speed broadband internet connectivity, Bose home-theatre audio system, and LCD television. A gymnasium and residents cafe, exclusively for residents, complemented by a retail mall, serviced offices with conference rooms are features within the mixed-development known as HUNDRED CIRCUS.
Amenities· Air Conditioned
· AM/FM Alarm Clock
· Coffee Shop
· Coffee Maker in Room
· Concierge Desk
· 24 Hour Front Desk
· Hairdryers Available
· Guest Laundromat
· Guest Laundromat
· Safe Deposit Box
· Secretarial Service
· Smoke Detectors
Guests are required to review specific rate information, guarantee and cancellation requirements prior to confirming the reservation.
· Japanese Yen is the native currency.
· 175 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 21 floors.
Closest to Fraser Place howff Shinjuku, Tokyo is the JR Okubo Station, a 3-minute walk away. Okubo area is a multi-cultural area with many different stores and restaurants around the world. Especially East Asian culture is seen strong in the area. There are any restaurants and shops including grocery stores, rental video/DVD stores, convenience stores, 100 yen shops that can aid your stay. A 15-minute walk will bring you to Shinjuku Station, one of the major train stations in Tokyo. With over 50 exits, it is easy to see why it plays such an important role in Japans rail system - and why it is the busiest train station in the world. Shinjuku is Tokyos largest sub-centre. To its west is the commercial heart of the city, with several major banking, insurance, and corporate headquarters. To its east lies the popular nightlife district that buzzes with life after dark. The east and south are also home to the main entertainment and shopping areas in Shinjuku. With the countries rich heritage, there is no shortage of museums, cultural centers and exhibition galleries. The Tokyo Opera City features a classical concert hall and contemporary art galleries while Koma Gekijo is an active arts performance theatre. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, an architectural attraction itself, features observation decks that provide magnificent views of Tokyo and Mt Fuji.
A credit card may be required to book online. Guests are required to review any specific rate information prior to confirming the reservation.
Subject to the discretion of the hotel, the credit card provided may be charged if the reservation is canceled after the cancellation deadline has passed or if the guest fails to arrive. The cancellation policy will appear after selecting rate rules.
There is a Subway sandwich store and TESCO supermarket in the HUNDRED CIRCUS facility, and scheduled to have an Italian restaurant and udon noodle restaurant to join. There are numerous restaurants at an economical price within 5 min walk, which ranges from Japanese food from sushi to small dish, to Korean, Chinese, Thai, Indian, and other ethnic food such as Turkish. Of course, there are fast-food stores for those who are in a hurry, and coffee and cafes for those who just wants a good cup of coffee or a slice of cake. The stores are all along the streets that lead to Shin-Okubo station and Shinjuku station, and once you are in Shinjuku station, name it, and you will probably find the cuisine of your choice.