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IBIS Tokyo Shinjuku (formerly Star Hotel Tokyo)

IBIS Tokyo Shinjuku (formerly Star Hotel Tokyo)

IBIS Tokyo Shinjuku (formerly Star Hotel Tokyo) IBIS Tokyo Shinjuku (formerly Star Hotel Tokyo)

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IBIS Tokyo Shinjuku (formerly Star Hotel Tokyo)
Just 150 metres from Shinjuku Nishi-guchi Subway Station and a 4-minute walk from Shinjuku Train Station, IBIS Hotel Shinjuku has rooms with free wired internet, an LCD TV and a private bath. A cafe and restaurant are on site.

The simply furnished rooms are air-conditioned and include a wood desk, a fridge and an electric kettle. Slippers and toiletries are provided.

A 5-minute walk from the lively Kabuk

Published on 4/8/12

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