Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku Tokyo

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Locality: Shinjuku, price from: 127 € per night
Located in the city of Tokyo, the Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku offers modern amenities, beautiful rooms and quality services to make your stay a comfortable one. Location: This property is at proximity to most important locations and is just a few minutes walk from the South Exit of Shinjuku Station and the Southern Terrace Exit. A 15-minute drive from the hotel will take you to the Metropolitan Expressway. Rooms: Guests can have a comfortable stay in any of the spacious and well lit rooms of Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku Tokyo. High Speed Internet access is also available in all the guest rooms for the convenience of business travellers. Restaurant: The stylishly designed Villaza Restaurant serves the best of Italian cuisine for you to relish. After a tiring day, you can unwind at the Kukon Bar or at the Torattoria cafe and bar that serve refreshing drinks. General: This Tokyo hotel is equipped with a relaxation room and a guest lounge. You can soothe your nerves through various stress relief massages like foot care, body care and reflexology.

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Connecting to the Internet in a hotel: Practical Advice

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