The new look Godzilla themed Hotel Gracery in Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward is dedicated to the mutant dinosaur that first destroyed the city in the 1954 film, and then went on to further destroy the city in numerous remakes over the years. In fact, the giant reptilian creature has crushed just about every famous building in Japan including Tokyo Tower and the Parliament building.
Hotel Gracery spreads on from ninth floor to 31st floor of Shinjuku Toho Building which is a complex facility with shops, restaurants and theaters (TOHO Cinemas Shinjuku). The building has 130 meters-high which is the highest building around there and has become the newest landmark standing on the former Shinjuku Koma Theater.
Hotel Gracery Shinjuku introduces self-check-in machine at the entrance as well as ordinary front desks with clerks in order to receive the guests with effective and speedy check-in.
Single rooms are a spacious 18m2 and are outfitted with a range of modern facilities including comfortable beds, bathrooms with separate toilet, a TV that can access helpful information, and all rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi.
There are two types of Godzilla-themed rooms. The Godzilla Room, located on the top floor and the only room of its kind, enjoys a Godzilla-themed interior including wall panels and a trick wall with special effects, a life-size replica of Godzilla’s claw looming over the beds, and a Godzilla figure standing in the room. Godzilla Room guests can bring home original Godzilla memorabilia not available anywhere else.
Guests can also choose one of six Godzilla View Rooms, where they can see from their windows a life-size replica of Godzilla’s head on the hotel’s eighth-floor terrace. The View Rooms have the same interior as the hotel’s other guest rooms.
For lunch or dinner you can choose the italian restaurant, Bonsalute KABUKI, where you can try their delicious home baked pizzas or you can enjoy coffee, snacks or afternoon tea at Cafe Bonjour.
Rates start from EUR 123 per night.