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Short stay apartments in Shinjuku

It's hard to beat the convenience of a centrally located apartment when you're travelling. Usually a little more comfortable than your standard motel or hotel room, an apartment can be an awesome option for adventurers with plans to stay in Shinjuku for more than a night or two (but short stays are OK too!).

Top family-friendly apartments in Shinjuku

Happy kids means happy parents, that's just fact. So don't cram them into a tiny hotel room on your next break. Consider a family-friendly apartment and all the gang will be cosy and content.

Shinjuku business apartments

Hear that? It's the sound of business and leisure mixing to create a little something called "bleisure." And you can experience what it's all about when you book an apartment for your next work trip. Make your business visit feel more like an escape at a homey Shinjuku property:

  • Palace Studio Shinjuku Tochomae (2 kilometres from downtown Shinjuku): Be a hub of productivity here or use it as a restful base. This place is a terrific mix of comfort and business.
What is the difference between an apartment and a hotel?

Hotels are a great choice if you just want a cosy place to sleep after a long day of adventures. But if you're looking for a place that feels like home, go for an apartment. Get cooking in your kitchen or kitchenette and watch your favourite films in the living area. It'll feel like you're turning the key in your own front door.

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