Citadines Central Shinjuku Tokyo

Management company Ascott International Management Japan Co. Ltd.

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Ascott International Management Japan Co. Ltd.

Citadines Central Shinjuku Tokyo is located in the center of Tokyo, a 9-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station, which boasts the largest number of passengers in the world. Located diagonally opposite the Shinjuku Ward Office, it takes about 10 minutes on foot to multiple subways lines such as Shinjuku Sanchome Station on the Marunouchi Subway Line and Fukutoshin Line, and Higashi Shinjuku Station on the Oedo Subway Line enabling to convenient access to major areas of Tokyo. In addition, starting from Golden Gai, there are many restaurants and entertainment facilities as well as long-established department stores and fashion buildings nearby. Buffet & Restaurant Stella is available, so buffet style breakfast and lunch are also served.

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  • Toilet Male only
  • Toilet Female only
  • Bathroom
  • Bath tub
  • Shared lounge
  • Dryer
  • Hairdryer
  • Cable TV

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  • Private room property with basin area
  • Property that can accommodate two people

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Management company

    • Company name Ascott International Management Japan Co. Ltd.

      16th Floor Mitakokusai Building, 1-4-28 Mita, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 108-0073 Japan
    • Corporate Use Headquartered in Singapore, Ascot is one of the industry's leading companies as an owner and operator of global accommodation. Ascot's properties span more than 190 cities in 30 countries in Asia Pacific, Central Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the United States. Ascot has 14 brands of serviced apartments, co-living rooms and hotels, including “Ascot the Residence”, “Somerset”, “Citadines” and “Life.” Ascot is a wholly owned subsidiary of CapitaLand Investment and opened "The Ascot Singapore" in 1984, pioneering world-class serviced apartments in Asia Pacific. With over 30 years of industry experience and awards, it is now been recognized around the world.


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Area information of Shinjuku

Shinjuku station, in Shinjuku, is the busiest station in all of Japan. It is the terminal station for several train lines, serving many, many people working and studying. It is known for being a main center for youth culture and trends. It may have an image of a city that never sleeps, but taking a closer look, it is also sounded by the residential communities of Kagurazaka, Ichigaya, Waseda, Yotsuya, Okuba, Ochiai, and more. In Shinjuku you can find business, residences, places with long histories, recently booming areas, and international flavor. You can find nature in Shinjuku Gyoen park and Meiji Jingu Gaien park for an oasis in the overwhelming city. Needless to say, it is easy to see why Shinjuku is such a popular destination for overseas travelers.

Area information of ShinjukuStation

Shinjuku is in Shinjuku ward in Tokyo and extends into Shibuya ward as well, a huge station that is often called a "dungeon" due to its size, scale, and maze-like pathways reminiscent of a video game RPG. It handles a huge number of train lines, 5 on the JR alone, and has 16 platforms. Including the Metro, Toei, Odakyu, and Keio lines, average daily ridership is over 3.5 million, the largest in the world and certified by the Guiness Book of World Records. The station started in 1885, and became the busiest station in Japan by 1960. Since then it has seen many remodeling and reconstruction works to accomodate the demand. There are also several subway stations near the area, and the entire area is always bustling with transferring commuters and shoppers.

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