Hilton Tokyo



Major venue


A luxury hotel in west Shinjuku, the Hilton opened in 1984 after vacating its previous premises in Akasaka. Rooms are of a good size, although the views, often blocked by other towers in the area, can be disappointing. As you’d expect, the standard of service is high. For business travellers, the hotel offers five executive floors, with separate check-in, a fax machine in each room and their own guest relations officers on hand to help out and advise. The Hilton is also one of few Tokyo hotels to have its own tennis courts.

Tokyo City Guide (Edition 5)


6-6-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku

Transport Nishi-Shinjuku Station (Marunouchi line), exit C8 or Tochomae Station (Oedo line), exit C8. Free bus from Keio department store (bus stop 21), Shinjuku Station, west exit.

Telephone 03 3344 5111

Admission Rates ¥20,700-¥34,000 single; ¥23,700-¥37,000 double; ¥32,200-¥120,000 suite.


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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