Comfortable and budget-friendly! 10 Recommended Business Hotels in Shinjuku

Shinjuku is the center of Tokyo. It's not just a great place for sightseeing, but is also a business neighborhood. Here are some business hotels that are great for staying in Shinjuku on a budget.

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1. Enjoy Koreatown! International Hotel Kabukicho

This business hotel is just 5 minutes away from Higashi-Shinjuku Station in Kabukicho. It's of such great quality you won't believe it's a business hotel, despite costing around 3000 yen a night. The next station, Shin-Okubo, is home to Koreatown, so when you're done with your work you can enjoy some sightseeing! This is a business hotel that's great for people who are in Tokyo for work or for play. It's inside Kabukicho, so that might be a great point for male businessmen.

2. Well reviewed online! Tokyo Business Hotel

Tokyo Business Hotel is just a 2-3 minute walk away from Shinjuku Gyoenmae Station, and it's a business hotel complete with huge public bath. You can completely refresh your body that's tired from your. Isn't that great for business people? The reviews all mention how the building and rooms are clean and how women can stay here and feel safe. One night at this hotel costs around 3000 yen. It's modestly priced but good quality.

3. Enjoy both cuisine and shopping! Tokyu Stay Shinjuku

Tokyu Stay Shinjuku just opened in 2015, and is easily accessible from Shinjuku Sanchome Station while having a top-class security system. In the area are shopping areas like Isetan and Marui, as well as a wide variety of restaurants, so you can enjoy both shopping and cuisine. The interior is wide and mostly made up in white, and the rooms all have free Wi-Fi, air purifiers, and electric kettles so this hotel is great for people that want to spend a leisurely time in their room.

4. This business hotel is only 2 years old! APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoenmae

This hotel has only been in business for two years so it's completely new. It's great because of its clean rooms, fully stocked facilities, a nice facade unexpected of a business hotel, and of course, it's easy on the wallet. They have late check-in and check-out, and you can stay without prior reservation. Even if you miss the last train, you can stay here without problem. The service at the front desk is also commendable. Not every business hotel has such service, so that's a plus. The fee is only 3241 yen! 

5. Great free breakfast! Keio Presso Inn Shinjuku

Keio Presso Inn Shinjuku was completely renovated in 2013, and is easily accessible from the south exit of Shinjuku Station. It's in a great location for both business and sightseeing. The rooms are made for comfortable stay, so they're mostly decorated in white and have a calm atmosphere. The breakfast corner on the first floor has freshly baked bread, salad, and coffee made every morning by the hotel staff, and you can partake in it for free. 

6. Great for business and sightseeing! Super Hotel Shinjuku Kabukicho

Super Hotel Kabukicho is just a 2 minute walk from Seibu Shinjuku Station. It's won the top spot of highest customer satisfaction in 2 years, so it's a business hotel that's very trusted by guests. The best parts about it are definitely the free public bath and the breakfast. Some of the hidden services in this budget-friendly hotel would make anyone want to stay here. It's a great hotel to stay in for both tourism and business. If you stay here, you'll understand why it's number one.

7. Travenling in a group? Oyado Cocochi

For groups, this hotel comes recommended! This hotel boasts about its big rooms, so it's great for groups of 3-4 people. The rooms come not just with a bed area but also a relaxing space, so you can spend a relaxing time in your room. However, the price is reasonable at around 3000 yen. It's not just for businessmen, it's also great for groups of women or couples. If you're looking to stay in Hyakunincho, this is a great option!

8. Great Japanese-Western buffet! Hotel Listel Shinjuku

Hotel Listel Shinjuku has a breakfast buffet offering both Japanese and Western options that you won't be able to resist! Starting the day with a luxurious meal is the best. Since it's a buffet, you can eat as much as you want. The location itself is also fantastic. It's very close to Shinjuku Gyoenmae Station, Shinjuku Sanchome Station, and Higashi-Shinjuku Station! There's also a paid parking lot and coin parking in the area, so it's also convenient for people traveling in cars.

9. The standard of all business hotels! Hotel Shirakawago

Everything in this hotel is standard. You might hold a somber image of the place just from the name, but actually many people have a different experience from what they expected. It may not be the nicest of hotels, but it's good quality for the price. It's not fantastic, but it's not bad - it's exactly standard! So it's great for people who just need the basics. It's a good option if you want to stay in Shinjuku.

10. What a great location! Hotel Mystays Nishi-Shinjuku

Hotel Mystays Shinjuku, just 5 minutes from the west exit of Shinjuku Station, is in a great location. It's just 5 minutes from the skyscraper area of Shinjuku, and 10 minutes from the lively area of Kabukicho, so it's great for both business and sightseeing. The stylish rooms have air purifiers and humidifiers, speakers that will play music from your cell phone, and free Wi-Fi. The beds have low-resistance pads, quilts, and low-resistance pillows on them so guests can sleep soundly and erase the day's tiredness.

 

These business hotels can be used not just by people on business trips but also both foreign and domestic tourists. They're especially great for people who find themselves unexpectedly without lodging or for those that want to stay somewhere on a budget.

 

 

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The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.

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