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Yes, I would recommend this hotel as the views are spectacular. The room was very comfortable. The hotel is huge and it has a pool. There is a 24 Hour store nearby, Natural Lawson, with all kinds of things to buy for breakfast if you don't want to eat in the lounges. The metro is very close too and a huge electronics store. The Shinjuku neighborhood has everything, it is lively and there are always people on the street.
I could not get close to the Park Hyatt and have a drink like Bill Murray with the most stunning views of Tokyo background. The hotel is really impressive and the bar does not disappoint: there is a piano bar where you can enjoy live jazz and a very cosmopolitan atmosphere. When you look through the windows you can see the sights of Tokyo which are breathtaking, skyscrapers and skyscrapers, lights and life .... The drinks are not very cheap but absolutely worth it ....
From JR Shinjuku station we took a taxi (€ 8) because we did not know how close it was to the Metro Hotel: it's just three doors away. You can easily walk to the Shinjuku district, which is very lively at night, with lots of restaurants and a hidden maze of streets with yakitori taverns, selling the famous meat skewers. But, if you ask at reception for a sushi restaurant, they'll send you to a spectacular little place, absolutely tiny, where you can eat well for 9 euros, and the staff don't speak any English. The room was really tiny, but everything is very clean, and they give you a yukata (summer kimono) and comfortable shoes to wear inside. We hadn't asked for breakfast, and it looked very good, but it was very expensive (about 10 euros), so instead we went to a chain of cafes within walking distance, the Tulli's, where a coffee and some pastries were 6 or 7 euros. They have a self-service laundry area on the second floor with a coin-fed washer and dryer.