This is a no-frill "business hotel" not far away from Shibuya. Honestly, the location is great: the bus stop is just 50m away, and the bus takes you in 5 minutes to Shibuya and in 10 to Harajuku. A nice park is in walking distance and, most importantly, the narrow streets just behind the hotel are a hive of hidden gems in terms of cozy restaurants and shops. Far away from the maddening crowds of Shibuya itself, you can experience local life in walking distance. The price of the hotel is lower than the average in the area (but still expensive, mainly because of vicinity to Shibuya) and the rooms are larger than average (that is, for Tokyo standards). Interesting fact: one of the reasons why the hotel is cheap is that it is known among the locals as "suicide hotel", because apparently many salarymen committed suicide there in the last years, so superstitious people don't like it. This was confirmed by local Japanese people I befriended in one of the nearby izakayas. Other than that, the structure is modern, and for me noise was not an issue. I asked in advance for a quiet room at a higher floor and they were so kind to accommodate my wish in a very satisfactory way. The only complaint is maybe the limited arrangement of power sockets in the room. Breakfast is not provided, but a convenience store is just next to the entrance of the hotel.