Keio Plaza Hotel

  • Japan, Tokyo

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Split between two towers and 47 floors the Keio Plaza Hotel has everything you could possibly need for an exciting stay in Tokyo. The streets of Kabukicho are a stone’s throw away and the transfer bus to Hakuba stops just under the hotel. Situated in Shinjuku’s Skyscraper district, 500m to Shinjuku station and 10 min walk to Kabukicho. The rooms in this hotel are comfortable and modern, offering customers fantastic views of Tokyo's skyline through the large windows.

This hotel is a great base for any guest wanting to spend more than one night in Tokyo.

Want to stay at this Hotel? Check out our Japan Ski Holidays page to pick an itinerary!

Added value

Tailor make your Japan holiday!

  • No. of rooms: 1450
  • No. of buildings: 2
  • No. of floors: 47
  • Official rating: 4


The comfortable rooms offer panoramic views of Shinjuku and have bath with shower attachment, minibar, flat-screen TV, kettle, luxury toiletries and Japanese-style yukata robes and slippers. There’s even a porterage service to deliver your luggage to your room!


  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Welcome to the Capital! Tokyo is a must visit on your Japan holiday. What began as a small castle town, has now become one of the world’s most exciting, food inspiring and populated capitals in the world. An impossibly large destination to complete in one visit, this is a great opportunity to immerse yourself in the metropolitan way of life. A visual feast for the eyes, night time can often be more exciting than the day with towering sky scrapers lit up through the night, hosting everything from convenience stores to karaoke bars and cat cafés.

Travelling long haul, you'll want to make it count, so for all our guests on holiday packages to Hakuba and Nozawa we've organised the first night of your trip to be in Tokyo. [If you'd like to travel directly to the ski resort please call our Reservations Team on 01483 79 11 12]

We can also introduce you to Kyoto, the old capital of Japan.

While our Japan holidays typically depart on a Saturday, the itinerary and duration is completely down to your needs!

Need any help ? Give our reservations team a call to speak to our Japan specialists, on 01483 676 800.

Skiing levels
Cross country

Mountain facts
Ski area 0 km
Longest run 0 Km
Lifts Drag lifts 0, Chairlifts 0, Cablecars 0
Slope direction
Ski/resort bus False
Things to Do

Our Top 5

  1. Sensō-ji - Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple, located in Asakusa. Take part in the Buddhist ritual of burning incense, purification at the water fountain and throw a coin into the offering box for the Buddhist goddess of mercy and compassion, Kannon. There’s also a bustling market to pick up some cheesy souvenirs.
  2. Find an Izakaya restaurant - A Japanese interpretation of a Tapas restaurant, the setting is usually informal (sometimes with seating on the floor) and consists of multiple courses. Some also offer “all you can drink” whilst you eat to sample the local beer, sake and whisky!
  3. Visit Harajuku - the trend setting district of Tokyo. Visit the Takashita Dori for a street full of shops, cafes and boutiques. You may also spot a Purikura- usually underground and mistaken for an arcade, what you’ll actually find are floor to ceiling photo booths where you and (up to 3 friends) can take an array of photos and decorate them after! Extremely popular with teenage Japanese girls, men usually have to be accompanied by a woman.
  4. Spend a day (and a night) exploring the Shinjuku district - Enjoy great (and free!) views from the 45th floor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, shop in the hundreds of technology stores, order a tea in one of Japan’s Maid Cafés (adult only), or cat cafés or even a hedgehog café! By night the bars and restaurants are endless- sushi-go-rounds are a must!
  5. Robot Cabaret Show – Enjoy (or endure!) 90 minutes of lasers, loud music and a sight unlike anything else you will ever see! You may question what you’ve just experienced but you’ll regret it if you miss out. Our top tip- eat before the show.

There's also the famous cherry blossom first blooms which usually start to show at the end of March.

  • 11 restaurants
  • 5 bars (including a Sake bar and Sky Lounge on the 45th floor)
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Fitness room
  • Outdoor Sky pool (payable locally)
  • Karaoke room
  • Convenience store
  • Salon
  • Currency exchange machines
  • Laundry service
  • Exclusive lounges (Luxe Rooms and Premier Grand Rooms)
  • Breakfast service:

    3 buffet restaurants to choose from each morning

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast
Location in resort
  • Longitude: 139.6944
  • Latitude: 35.6901
  • Location Description:

    Situated in Shinjuku’s Skyscraper district, 500m to Shinjuku station and 10 min walk to Kabukicho

For more information on travel and transport visit our Keio Plaza Hotel page

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