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Hotel Gracery Shinjuku

Hotel Gracery Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

Hotel Gracery is located in the heart of Shinjuku, built on the site of the old Shinjuku Koma Theatre. Making a statement in Shinjuku’s skyline and paying tribute to one of Japan’s most iconic films, the hotel is housed in a 130 metre, 30-storey building featuring a large statue of Godzilla, with his body wrapped around the top of this building. Boasting clean, well-appointed rooms and an appealing aesthetic, the property has a large lobby and lounge area, as well as a self check-out kiosk. Hotel Gracery makes a great base for seeing all of Tokyo's sights, with plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area and excellent shopping and restaurants nearby.

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