Conveniently located amidst the skyscrapers of Shinjuku and connected to Takashimaya Shinjuku shopping complex via a footbridge, this superb choice offers smallish rooms with a view, at a fraction of the price of nearby competitors. Luggage carts instead of bellhops and vending machines in place of room service seem like no sacrifice at all when rewarded with mesmerizing panoramas from the 20th-floor lobby lounge, the small exercise room, Tribecks restaurant (I like their Continental lunches), and rooms occupying the 22nd to 35th floors (ask for a room on a higher floor). The best (and most expensive) rooms face east or south, where views over central Tokyo take on a neon glow at night. Rooms on the west side take in Yoyogi Park, high-rises, and, from higher floors, Mt. Fuji in fine weather. Maps placed in each room help identify landmarks, while TVs have keyboards for Internet access free of charge.