If you saw the movie Lost in Translation, you might remember a scene of an intersection that's crazy busy with pedestrians walking in all directions when the light turns red. That's Shibuya Scramble, and it's just a stone's throw from this hotel, located across from bustling Shibuya Station and connected by underground passage and a footbridge. (Tip: The footbridge is a good place to photograph Shibuya Scramble.) Located above Mark City shopping mall, with reception on the fifth floor, it's a business hotel that also appeals to women with its women-only floor accessed by a special key and offering extras like face cream, jewelry boxes, and face steamers. Rooms are on the 7th to 24th floors, with those higher up facing Shinjuku costing more but providing great night views; the 25th-floor French restaurant also has great views along with reasonable prices. There are many dining options near the hotel, including the Center Gai nightlife district, a pedestrian lane lined with restaurants and bars, and the Hikarie complex.