We stayed at the Citadines Shinjuku Hotel for approximately $160/night. There is ample space, the kitchenette is well equipped, and the staff is amazing. The hotel is situated in a quaint area of Shinjuku with many local restaurants- or even a Domino’s Pizza if you are feeling homesick. The streets hum with activity during the morning and afternoon work rushes, yet remain tranquil at night. It is a short walk to the Shinjuku-gyoemmae station on the Marunouchi Line. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is just south of the subway station. We will absolutely stay at this hotel when we return to Tokyo.
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นักฝัน (Nak Fan) translates to dreamer in Thai. I was 15 when I boarded a plane for the first time en route to Bangkok, Thailand- my home for the next three years. I had never left the country before, yet I found myself thousands of miles from my small hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana. Thailand would eventually open my eyes and heart to the world. And for that, I am eternally indebted. After high school, I returned to the United States. I married the love of my life- a wickedly patient man from El Salvador. We have opted for a child-free marriage in order to pursue our love of traveling. We are fortunate to take biannual vacations, which I hope to document in this blog. View all posts by nakfan