Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
Towering over the famed fashion, commerce, dining, and nightlife of Japan’s lively Shibuya District, Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu is truly in the center of all the action. With direct access from the hotel to Shibuya Station via the on-site walkway and the ward’s iconic attractions, including Hachiko Crossing, steps from your room, you can enjoy Tokyo however you choose. Dine sky-high at the on-site restaurants on the 25th floor, experience serenity in the city at the nearby Yoyogi Park, and take in the intoxicating energy of the world’s busiest pedestrian crosswalk during your Japanese journey to Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu.
At a Glance
- Located in the heart of Shibuya, the district is a hub of trendy shops, renowned restaurants, and lively nightlife
- Traveling through Tokyo is a breeze with the hotel’s direct pathway to the well-connected Shibuya Station
- Take a short stroll to Tokyo’s Times Square, Hachiko Crossing, or enjoy a break from the bustle at nearby Yoyogi Park
- Hop a train to Nippon Budokan for a concert or to watch people practice sumo and karate
- Three on-site eateries serve everything from French cuisine overlooking the city to authentic Japanese dishes
- Function rooms hosts small groups of 10 and larger gatherings of 200+ people for events and conferences
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- All 408 non-smoking rooms boast minimalist, modern designs and various views
- Every room includes a flat-screen TV, refrigerator, sitting area, and tea and coffee-making facilities
- Accommodations are split into four categories including: standard, park view, ladies floor, and excel floor
- On-site walkway to Shibuya Station provides easy access to greater Tokyo
- Conference rooms, banquet halls, free WiFi, and coin laundry available to guests
Begin your day with a breakfast buffet and as the sun sets, make a reservation for a traditional Japanese dinner while watching over the glittering city of Tokyo from the 25th floor of the hotel.
A Bientot — Soar above the city as you dine on French-inspired cuisine at the hotel’s top-floor hotspot. Serving a Western-style breakfast buffet, lunch, and dinner, we suggest snagging reservations to guarantee a seat.
Shunsai — Enjoy the bright lights of Shibuya after dark at this Japanese-style eatery with a signature set menu on the 25th floor. We recommend reservations.
Estacion Cafe — Come by for coffee and cake at this all-day cafe when you’re ready for a well-deserved break after traversing through bustling Tokyo.
Harajuku District — Hop in a car or the subway to visit the fashion-forward Harajuku District. Considered the birthplace of extreme youth fashion and subcultures in Japan, Harajuku is a prime destination for shopping everything from independently owned boutiques to more mainstream “fast fashion” outlets. If you’re looking for something a bit more mature, make like a model and strut through the brand-name shops of downtown Omotesando, AKA Tokyo’s Champs-Elysees.
Yoyogi Park — The former Olympic Village from the 1964 Tokyo Olympics is home to everything from a covert dog park and live entertainment to peaceful trails and a sample garden. Despite its location in the city center, the towering gingko trees, cherry blossoms, greenery, and fountains of Yoyogi Park’s forest area block the nearby chaos and provide a serene escape that feels millions of miles away from the metropolis. Meanwhile, the park’s south side (the area is split by a road) is a well-known hotspot for festivals, concerts, and sporting events
Hachiko Crossing — Arguably Tokyo’s most iconic feature (you may even recognize it from hit films), the busiest pedestrian crosswalk in the world awaits just steps from your room. Pop into the nearby Starbucks for a panoramic view of this awe-inducing sight or look up at the surrounding TV screens for live action shots from above the “scramble.” The vibrant vibes, large crowds, and flurry of fashion and entertainment surrounding the crossing are reminiscent of New York’s Times Square.
Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
You couldn’t ask for a better location than Tokyo’s lively Shibuya district. The hotel is located right next to the famed Hachiko Crossing, serene Meiji Jingu Shrine, and oodles of dining and shopping. With a direct walkway to Shibuya Station, you’ll have effortless access to the best of Japan’s capital city.